Category: Luke

Welcoming Jesus in
December 23rd, 2012

Luke 2:1-7 We are very familiar with the Christmas story. Is this the story you know? 2012 years ago, at the end of December, Mary and Joseph traveled to Bethlehem to register for the Roman census. Mary was pregnant, about to give birth at any moment and when they arrived in Bethlehem, they discovered there […]

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Waiting with the Shepherds
December 9th, 2012

Luke 2:8-20, Matthew 2:7-17 In each life, in each generation, there are unforgettable moments. My father remembered where he was when he heard that the Japanese had bombed Pearl Harbor. He remembered where he was when he heard that the war in the Pacific was over. In my life I remember where I was when […]

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How Can I Be Sure?
December 2nd, 2012

Luke 1:5-25 How do you know that what you believe about God is true? Charles Blondin, a Frenchman – as you can tell from my superb pronunciation, was a famous tightrope walker back in the 1800’s. He would accomplish unbelievable things on a tightrope and became famous for his feats across Niagara Falls. He was […]

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Being Thankful
July 22nd, 2012

Psalm 136 Luke 17:11-19 Acts 27 (Started with story of The Ungrateful Tiger  for the Children’s Chat) Being thankful is a universal value. The story I told about the Ungrateful Tiger comes originally from Korea or maybe India and on the internet, there are stories from around the world about the importance of being thankful. […]

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Using Money
April 15th, 2012

Luke 16:1-13 When I asked a couple months ago for suggestions of what parables we should preach from, one suggestion was the parable of the Shrewd Manager. The person who suggested I preach from this parable said it was difficult to understand and that is certainly true. If you go online and look for sermons […]

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