Sermons on Luke
The Holy Spirit permanently indwells us, teaches us, reminds us, comforts us, guides us in truth, convicts us of sin, enables us to bear much fruit, heals us, and empowers us.
Dani- Luke 13:18; Isaiah 9:6 He is increasing His Kingdom Jonathan-Romans 8:28-31 If we are surrendered to a life of loving God, ALL means ALL things work together for good and conform us to His image.
How we can apply what Jesus is willing for today: to touch people, look at people and listen to people. Luke 11:1; Hebrews 3: 13; 10: 24 & 25; Matthew 18: 19 & 20; I Corinthians 14: 26
Jesus was willing to 1) touch people Matt. 8: 1-4 2) look at people Luke 19: 1-10 3) listen to people John 4: 7-27 You cannot do life together one day a week; what do you compartmentalize in life and what do you do together? Luke 11: 1 prayer John 5: 19
Luke 2: 8-20; Matthew 2: 1 & 2, 10-12; Daniel 2: 48; 6: 28. A rudder can’t steer a ship unless it is moving. Action-Risk–Reward
God has called us to be agents stirring hope in others. Luke 1: 31-40 Mary declares the promises of the Lord over her life. Her SOUL magnifies the Lord and her SPIRIT rejoices in God her (and our) savior.