Mar 27, 2016
Luke-Broiled Fish and the New Beginning
"Luke-Broiled Fish and the New Beginning" by My Recording. Genre: Unknown.

Luke 24:41-49

 

  1.     All of Scripture's past predictions have been confirmed and fulfilled by Christ's death and resurrection.     (Luke 24:41-46)

 

  1. God the Father's plan for man (His written Word) was predicted to be accomplished by His Son, His Living Word.

 

  1. Christ risen from the grave fulfills all Scripture's predictions about Him.

 

  1.     All Scripture's future promises are assured by Christ's death and resurrection.       (Luke 24:47-49)     

 

  1. Christ alive from the dead is our Peace on earth.

 

  1. We have been dressed in power from heaven to declare our Risen Lord to all on earth.

 

 

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  • Mar 27, 2016Luke-Broiled Fish and the New Beginning
    Mar 27, 2016
    Luke-Broiled Fish and the New Beginning
    "Luke-Broiled Fish and the New Beginning" by My Recording. Genre: Unknown.

    Luke 24:41-49

     

    1.     All of Scripture's past predictions have been confirmed and fulfilled by Christ's death and resurrection.     (Luke 24:41-46)

     

    1. God the Father's plan for man (His written Word) was predicted to be accomplished by His Son, His Living Word.

     

    1. Christ risen from the grave fulfills all Scripture's predictions about Him.

     

    1.     All Scripture's future promises are assured by Christ's death and resurrection.       (Luke 24:47-49)     

     

    1. Christ alive from the dead is our Peace on earth.

     

    1. We have been dressed in power from heaven to declare our Risen Lord to all on earth.

     

     

  • Mar 20, 2016Luke-DOMINI FLAVET-A Drama
    Mar 20, 2016
    Luke-DOMINI FLAVET-A Drama
    "Luke-DOMINI FLAVET-A Drama" by My Recording. Genre: Unknown.

    Luke 19:28-44

     

    1.     Those who submit themselves to Christ the King become part of His Royal Family.    (Luke 18:35-43; 19:37-38)

     

    1. The person recognizing Jesus is King is invited to submit to His rulership.

     

    1. Those submitted to the King are His Royal Family.

     

    1.     Those serving the King march in His triumphal procession.       (Luke 19:35-38)

     

    1. The resurrection turned the tragic entry into the triumphal processional.

     

    1. Those following the King are marching in His triumphal procession.

     

    III.     Those who have marched in His procession have a place in His Royal parade.   (II Corinthians 2:14; Zechariah 14:1-9)

     

    1. Christ has been crowned and enthroned in the heavens.

     

    1. The King will return to earth to complete His Royal parade.
  • Mar 13, 2016Luke-The Camel Club
    Mar 13, 2016
    Luke-The Camel Club
    "Luke-The Camel Club" by My Recording. Genre: Unknown.

    Luke 18:15-30

    1.     Those worshiping what they posses cannot pass through heaven's  narrow gate.   (Luke 15-23)

     

    1. Eternal life is inherited, not earned.

     

    1. Those who enter the narrow gate let go of all their things for one thing.

     

     

    1.     Those worshiping their material wealth are members of the Camel  Club. (Luke 18:24-27)

     

    1. Members of the Camel Club find it humanly impossible to enter  the Kingdom of God

     

    1. God alone is able to rescue us from the Camel Club and bring us  into His Kingdom.

     

     

    III.     Those who let go of everything to enter the Kingdom's door find so much more on the other side.   (Luke 18:28-30)

     

    1. Those who leave all at His door find many times more in this age.

     

    1. Those who have left all to enter the Kingdom have eternal  life in the age to come.
  • Mar 7, 2016Luke – The Good IRS Agent
    Mar 7, 2016
    Luke – The Good IRS Agent
    "Luke - The Good IRS Agent" by My Recording. Genre: Unknown.

    Luke 18:9-14

     

    1.     People lifting themselves up as righteous before God don't know who He is or what they are!   (Luke 18:9-14)

     

    1. People convinced they are righteous in themselves see  themselves as better than others.

     

    1. People convinced they are righteous in themselves don't know God.

     

    1. Those lifting themselves up before God will be humbled by Him.

     

    1.    People humbling themselves before God know what they are and who He is.  (Luke 18:9-14)

     

    1. People recognizing what they are will be shown who God is.

     

    1. Those knowing who God is humble themselves before Him.

     

     

    1. Those humbling themselves before God will be lifted up by Him.

     

  • Feb 22, 2016Luke-Thy Kingdom Come
    Feb 22, 2016
    Luke-Thy Kingdom Come
    "Luke-Thy Kingdom Come" by My Recording. Genre: Unknown.
     

    Luke 17:20-37

     

    1.     The Presence of the King is the place of the Kingdom.   (Luke 17:20-25)

     

    1. The location of the King determines the place of the Kingdom.

     

    1. In the King's absence His servants long for His Presence.

     

    1. The return of the King will be sudden, shocking and seen by all on earth.

     

     

    1.     The King will come on a day it seems Satan has won.  (Luke 17:26-37)

     

    1. The return of the King will happen on the day evil and upheaval  appear to reign supreme.

     

     

    1. When upheaval and evil seem to have won, Christ's disciples are to leave what they have and hold on to Him.

     

     

    1. In the day when it seems Satan has conquered Christ, our King will return.
  • Feb 15, 2016Luke-The Thankful Samaritan
    Feb 15, 2016
    Luke-The Thankful Samaritan
    "Luke-The Thankful Samaritan" by My Recording. Genre: Unknown.

    Luke 17:11-19

     

    1.     Christ came to heal the incurable.    

    (Luke 17:11-13)

     

    1. Christ wants the hurting and helpless to come to Him.

     

    1. Christ's compassion and power draws the helpless, hurting, and hopeless to Him.

     

     

    1.    Christ's healings are His invitation to Salvation.   (Luke 17:14-19)

     

    1. Christ's temporal healings are His identification and offer of eternal Salvation.

     

     

    1. Those healed totally return to thank and worship the Healer.
  • Feb 7, 2016Luke-Point of No Return
    Feb 7, 2016
    Luke-Point of No Return
    "Luke-Point of No Return" by My Recording. Genre: Unknown.

    Luke 16:19-31

     

    1.     Prosperity can hide the way to heaven and keep one on the road to hell.  (Luke 16:19-21)

     

     

    1. Prosperity can keep us behind the gates of hell.

     

    1. The poor at our door are signposts pointing to heaven.

     

    1.     Our decision about heaven and hell is made here not in the hereafter.   (Luke 16:22-26)

     

     

    1. Where death finds us eternity keeps us.

     

    1. There is no change of condition or location for those in hell.

     

    III.     God has given us enough evidence to leave hell's road and go heaven's way.   (Luke 16:27-31)

     

     

    1. God has shown us the way to heaven in His Word.

     

    1.         The way to heaven revealed in His Word is entered by Faith.
  • Jan 24, 2016The City of God…Sometimes
    Jan 24, 2016
    The City of God…Sometimes
    "The City of God...Sometimes" by My Recording. Genre: Unknown.

    Luke 13:31-35

     

    1.     In Jerusalem Jesus was crucified to bring salvation to the earth.   (Luke 13:31-35)

     

     

    1. Jerusalem is the City of God . . . sometimes.

     

     

    1. Jerusalem is the city where Christ completed His Mission.

     

     

    1.     To Jerusalem Jesus will return to restore and rule the earth.    (Luke 13:31-35)

     

     

    1. Jerusalem will be desperate and desolate until she receives Her King.

     

     

    1. Jerusalem will welcome the King who from the City of God will bring  restoration and salvation to the earth.
  • Jan 18, 2016Luke – The Narrow Door
    Jan 18, 2016
    Luke – The Narrow Door

    Luke 13:22-30

     

     

    1.     The Kingdom that has no end is entered by the narrow door. (Luke 13:22-24)

     

    1. The narrow door is the only entry way into the Kingdom of God.

     

    1. Those who would be in the Kingdom must put aside all else and make every effort to enter through the narrow door.

     

    1. The narrow door is only open for the acceptable time.

     

     

    1.     The King will shut the narrow door at the end of the Day of Salvation.  (Luke 13:25-30)

     

    1. Entry into the Kingdom ends when the King shuts the narrow door.

     

    1. Those demanding entry after the door is shut will claim to have known  about the King.

     

    1. Those locked out will forever be in torment because they did know about the King.
  • Jan 11, 2016Luke To Whom Much Is Given
    Jan 11, 2016
    Luke To Whom Much Is Given
    "Luke To Whom Much Is Given" by My Recording. Genre: Unknown.

    Luke 12:35-48

     

    1.     Christ's faithful servants will be found ready and watching when He comes.     (Luke 12:35-40)

     

    1. Faithful servants are ever ready and watching for His coming.

     

    1. Blessed will be those servants on the alert and ready when He comes.

     

    1. The Lord will come in the hour we don't expect.

     

     

    1.    Christ's faithful servants will be found working His will when He returns.  (Luke 12:41-48)

     

    1. Faithful servants are working His will while waiting for His return.

     

    1. Blessed are those servants doing His will when He returns.

     

    1. Those servants to whom much has been given much will be required at His return.