The Necessity of Faith and its Object
Description:In Luke 7:18-35, we see that saving faith is...1) Not a matter of your certainty, but involves questions2) Not a matter of your comfort, but of difficulty3) Not a matter of your works, but of repentance
Description:In Luke 7:11-17, we read of the widow of Nain and how Jesus supplies ALL our needs:1) Emotional2) Physical3) Spiritual
Description:In Luke 7:1-10, we see the importance of:1) Knowing you have a problem you can not solve2) Knowing you are not worthy to have Jesus solve this problem3) Knowing that Jesus had authority to solve the problem
Description:In Luke 6:43-49, we see learn how our faith must have integrity in terms of its consistency and its soundness.
Description:In Luke 6:37-42, we see a trio of statements by Jesus that though they are widely familiar to Christians and non-Christians alike, they are widely misunderstood.
Description:As we consider Luke 6:27-36, we see:1. What it is that Jesus says to do2. Why it is that we should do it3. How it is that we can do it
Description:In Luke 6:12-26, we see that:1. Jesus called people to be part of God’s kingdom2. Jesus healed people as a sign of God’s kingdom 3. Jesus taught people about the nature of life in God’s kingdom
Description:In Luke 6:1-11, we see that Jesus does not eliminate the Sabbath, but redefines the way it is observed. For the people of God…• Jesus determines the right way to follow rules• Jesus is the way to God instead of rules• Jesus is the point and focus of the rules
Description:In John 20:1-18, we see that when we come to the tomb:There are certain things we seeThere are certain reasons we weepThere are certain words that are said
Description:Preached at Tyrone Covenant Presbyterian Church (http://tyronepca.org/) in a joint service involving Calvary, Tyrone, Berean Baptist Church and Pathway Community Church.In Matthew 27:15-26, we see that Christ's blood is on: Those who are actively against himThose who are seemingly neutral toward himThose who are ultimately trusting in him15 Now at the feast the governor was accustomed to release for the crowd any one prisoner whom they wanted. 16 And they had then a notorious prisoner called Barabbas. 17 So when they had gathered, Pilate said to them, “Whom do you want me to release for you: Barabbas, or Jesus who is called Christ?” 18 For he knew that it was out of envy that they had delivered him up. 19 Besides, while he was sitting on the judgment seat, his wife sent word to him, “Have nothing to do with that righteous man, for I have suffered much because of him today in a dream.” 20 Now the chief priests and the elders persuaded the crowd to ask for Barabbas and destroy Jesus. 21 The governor again said to them, “Which of the two do you want me to release for you?” And they said, “Barabbas.” 22 Pilate said to them, “Then what shall I do with Jesus who is called Christ?” They all said, “Let him be crucified!” 23 And he said, “Why, what evil has he done?” But they shouted all the more, “Let him be crucified!”24 So when Pilate saw that he was gaining nothing, but rather that a riot was beginning, he took water and washed his hands before the crowd, saying, “I am innocent of this man's blood; see to it yourselves.” 25 And all the people answered, “His blood be on us and on our children!” 26 Then he released for them Barabbas, and having scourged Jesus, delivered him to be crucified. (ESV)
Description:If you had but one day more to live, how would you spend that one day? In John 13:1-20, we see from Jesus the perfect example.
Description:There are many ways we can respond to the coming of the Christ. In Luke 1:39-55, we see (and hopefully learn from) the response of three individuals:John the BaptistElizabethMary
Description:Nothing is impossible with a God who:gives his children grace, not karma gives his children salvation, not judgmentgives his children miracles, not just logic
Description:The people of God are called to believe the promises of God, even twhen they seem unlikely...because we have to wait a long time for their fulfillmentbecause circumstances seem set against thembecause they are simply too grandiose in nature
Description:We are introduced to the Gospel According to Luke, written that we might:See Jesus more clearly,Love Jesus more deeply, andWorship Jesus more confidently
Description:Ascribing to the Lord the glory that is rightfully due his name is ultimately, what worship and life are all about. And it's ultimately what The Lord’s Prayer is all about. Rev. Scribner concludes our series on The Prayer of Jesus, speaking about "Kingdom, Power, Glory."ALL GLORY BE TO CHRISTWords by Dustin KensrueArrangement by KINGS KALEIDOSCOPEVerse 1Should nothing of our efforts stand, no legacy survive—Unless the Lord does raise the house, in vain its builders strive.To you who boast tomorrow’s gain, tell me, what is your life?A mist that vanishes at dawn; all glory be to Christ!ChorusAll glory be to Christ our king! All glory be to Christ!His rule and reign we’ll ever sing, all glory be to Christ!Verse 2His will be done, His kingdom come on earth as is above,Who is Himself our daily bread, praise Him the Lord of love.Let living water satisfy the thirsty without price.We’ll take a cup of kindness yet; all glory be to Christ!ChorusVerse 3When on the day the great I Am, the faithful and the true,The Lamb who was for sinners slain is making all things new—Behold, our God shall live with us and be our steadfast light,And we shall e’er his people be; all glory be to Christ!Chorus (3 times) 2012 Mars Hill Music™ Some rights reserved under theCreative Commons Attribution Non-Commercial 3.0 License.CCLI# 594962
Description:We consider three things that lead us into temptation & evil, and two things that protect us from them.
Matthew 6:12; 18:21-35
Description:Rev. Scribner covers the petition, "Forgive us our debts as we forgive our debtors," by preaching through The Parable of the Unforgiving Servant in Matthew 18:21-35.
Description:Implied in the fourth petition of the Lord's Prayer are the following ideas:We have only those things that God provides.We deserve no good thing whatsoever.We receive in Christ, all that we need.
Description:In the petition "Your will be done" we affirm our need and seek God's assistance in:1) Desiring God's will2) Discerning God's will3) Doing God's will
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Description:In Matthew 6:5-15, we see that ptrue prayer is not:Not full of concern for appearances,Not full of meaningless words, andNot full of selfish desires
1 Corinthians 13
Description:In one of the Bible's most familiar passages, we are reminded in 1 Corinthians 13 of: Love's MandateLove's Meaning, andLove's Mission
Description:Hebrews 13:20-21In this beautiful benediction, we see a picture of:A God of PeaceA God of PowerA God of ProvisionShould nothing of our efforts standNo legacy surviveUnless the Lord does raise the houseIn vain its builders striveTo you who boast tomorrow’s gainTell me what is your lifeA mist that vanishes at dawnAll glory be to Christ!All glory be to Christ our king!All glory be to Christ!His rule and reign will ever sing,All glory be to Christ!His will be doneHis kingdom comeOn earth as is aboveWho is Himself our daily breadPraise Him the Lord of loveLet living water satisfyThe thirsty without priceWe’ll take a cup of kindness yetAll glory be to Christ!All glory be to Christ our king!All glory be to Christ!His rule and reign will ever sing,All glory be to Christ!When on the day the great I AmThe faithful and the trueThe Lamb who was for sinners slainIs making all things new.Behold our God shall live with usAnd be our steadfast lightAnd we shall ere his people beAll glory be to Christ!All glory be to Christ our king!All glory be to Christ!His rule and reign will ever sing,All glory be to Christ!Words by Dustin KensrueArrangement by Kings Kaleidoscope 2012 Mars Hill Music (TM) Some rights reserved under the Creative Commons Attribution Non-Commercial 3.0 License