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Sermons on “Luke”

Jesus’ last words: Paradise

Jon finishes this mini-series on Easter Day, looking at Jesus’ promise to the thief in Luke 23.43 “I assure you, today you will be with me in paradise.” The bad thief rejects Jesus, but the good thief throws himself on the mercy of Jesus and receives this promise. What are you going to do?

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What Would Jesus Undo? – Spiritual Pride

Jesus tells as story of two people going into the temple to pray in Luke 18.9-14. One, the Pharisee, has spiritual pride – comparison, attention seeking, fault-finding, whereas the tax collector (the bad guy!) humbles himself before the Lord. Jesus would undo Spiritual Pride because when we’re full of ourselves there’s no room for God.

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The Story Continues: Extravagant in Giving

God has given us many blessings and thus many ways we might give to others. Jane explores 3 different giving mindsets – the bag (Haggai 1.6), the basket (Luke 6.38) and the barn (Proverbs 3.9-10). We’re called to give extravagantly and trust that God will give to us abundantly.

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The Story Continues: Faithful in Service

Jon looks at three examples from Scripture (1 Sam 17.17-18, Lk 19.28-35, Jn 13.4-5), recognising our identity as servants of the Most High God, and the invitation to join with God’s story by serving. When we serve others we are serving Jesus (Mat 25.40) and in the Kingdom of God the little things are big things.

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Miracles – Healing

Jon explores miraculous healing, looking at Luke 7.1-10 and lots of other texts. Our God heals but He doesn’t heal everyone all the time, so what do we do with that? Should we continue to pray for people? Ultimately it comes down to the truth that our faith isn’t based on what God does, it’s based on who God is.

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Lord’s Prayer- Our Father

Cathy introduces our new mini-series looking at the prayer Jesus taught us in Matthew 6.9-13, starting with ‘Our Father’ and the ways in which our relationship with God can inspire our prayers.

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Hope Killers: Letting go of distractions

Jane talks about letting go of distractions, using the story of Mary and Martha. What does it mean to say that ‘only one thing is needed’?

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Hope Killers: Stuff

In this Worship for Everyone talk, Philip takes us through the parable of the rich fool in Luke 12.13-21 illustrating the tension between worldly wealth and heavenly wealth that faces us all.

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Hope Killers: Past

Jane talks about letting go of the past: what does it mean for our hope that God offers us healing, forgiveness and freedom?

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