In our text today we find two disciples on the road to Emmaus discussing the many things that had happened over the past several days with Jesus' crucifixion and then the empty tomb when Jesus appears to them. We can know that Jesus is a risen Savior who ...
1.) Comes to Us Vs.13-16
2.) Cares for Us Vs.17, 25-27
3.) Challenges Us Vs.31-32, 45-49
In our text, Luke shows us four powerful stories. In this passage, Luke shows us...
1.) A Story About Disaster Vs. 22-25
2.) A Story About Depravity Vs. 26-39
3.) A Story About disease Vs. 43-48
4.) A Story About Death Vs. 40-42, 49-56
In our text, Luke shows us three powerful stories concerning faith, hope and love. Please note that the text shows us...
1.) A Centurion's Slave vs.1-10
2.) A Widow's Son vs.11-17
3.) A Brokenhearted Sinner vs.48-50
In our text, Luke shows us the great truth that Jesus is Lord of all. We see this truth illustrated by three stories. In these stories, we see that...
1.) Jesus Holds Authority Over Creation Vs. 1-11
2.) Jesus Holds authority Over Disease Vs. 12-16
3.) Jesus Holds Authority Over Sin Vs. 17-27
In our text, Simeon and Anna see the salvation of the Lord through their encounter with Jesus, In this passage we see ...
1.) The Presentation of Jesus Vs.21-24
2.) The Promise to See Jesus Vs.25-35
3.) The Praise Because of Jesus Vs.36-38
In our text, preparation is made for the Savior to be born. This preparation begins with the announcement of John the Baptist's birth. This passage can be understood as we note...
1.) The Setting Vs.5-7
2.) The Surprise Vs.8-17
3.) The Sign Vs.18-23
In our text today, salvation comes to a man named Zaccheus. We can understand this great story by noting ...
1.) An Unusual Reaction Vs.3-4
2.) An Unconditional Response Vs.5-7
3.) An Unmistakable Redemption Vs. 8-10
In our text this morning, we learn a couple of valuable lesson from Saul, Israel's first King. These lessons can be divided into two categories. Please note...
1.) The Positive Traits of Saul Chapters 9-11
2.) The Problematic Traits of Saul Chapters 13-15
In our text, we learn how uniformity can get in the way of our calling to be unique followers of God. In this passage, we find...
1.) A Disgruntled People vs.1-5
2.) A Depressed Prophet vs.6-18
3.) A Determined People vs.19-22
In our text, e find Israel trusting in a created thing more than in the Creator of all things. In these chapters we see...
1.) God's Glory Departs chapter 4
2.) God's Name Is Defended chapters 5-6
3.) God's People Are Delivered chapter 7
In our text, the Lord reveals Himself to Samuel, His chosen servant. This revelation teaches us some important lessons. We can understand these lessons by noting...
1.) The Lord Calls To Samuel Vs.1-10
2.) The Lord Communicates Through Samuel Vs.11-18
3.) The Lord Cultivates A Young Samuel Vs. 19-21
In our text, Abraham shows great faith as he obediently hears and responds to God's call. In this passage we find ...
1.) A Proving Vs.1-2
2.) A Progressing Vs.3-8
3.) A Providing Vs.9-14
4.) A Proclaiming Vs.15-19
In our text, David offers a prayer of repentance. We can better understand this prayer by noting three things. Please note...
1.) A Recognition in the Text Vs.1-6
2.) A Request in the Text Vs.7-12
3.) A Result in the Text Vs.13-17
What do you do when you can't se the Lord? David teaches us to focus on two great truths when we can't see God's activity. Please note, when we can't see the Lord, we should remember...
1.) The Truth About The Lost vs.2-11
a.) The Pride of the Lost vs. 2-4,6-7,11
b.) The Prosperity of the Lost vs.5
c.) The Practice of the Lost vs.8-10
2.) The Truth About The Lord vs.12-18
a.) The Lord Looks vs.14
b.) The Lord Leads vs.16
c.) The Lord Listens vs.17-18