Series: The Gospel of Luke: A Story for Sinners and Sufferers
September 21 2022
There are a thousand different challenges we face as believers. It’s easy for a momentary excitement to be followed by shaken confidence. Our efforts, try as we might, can be overshadowed by inadequacy. Like us, Jesus’ disciples felt the same way after being confronted by a large hungry crowd with nothing to feed them. However, despite their lack of confidence and inadequacy, Jesus teaches us that He is faithful, sufficient, Lord, and our provider.
September 11 2022
In Luke 9:1-11, we see Jesus doing something he does often, sending reconciled people to broken people to reconcile them. We see His message being carried by ordinary people and His power being magnified in their ordinary nature. Ultimately, the world can’t help but take notice when they see Jesus’ Kingdom being built and His name being made famous. In this Sermon from the Hallows Church in Seattle, WA.
September 7 2022
Here in Luke Chapter 8:40-56, we find ourselves at this capstone moment of three interconnected stories where Jesus displays his power over sickness and death. A desperate father and desperate woman find their faith fused together in the ministry of Jesus. Two stories, altogether opposite in circumstance, display the beauty of Jesus as he reveals how faith is a showcase of His action, grace, and power. In this sermon by the Hallows Church in Seattle, WA
May 30 2022
Join us this week as we examine Luke 8:26-35. In this passage, Jesus will confront and rescue a man who has been held captive by demonic forces. The confrontation reveals that this man has been controlled by a master that forced him into isolation and pain. We will see Jesus as the true Master exercise his authority over darkness and bring peace to a weary soul. Wallingford Expression, Seattle, WA 98102
May 22 2022
In this Sermon from Mark Smith, we will see how Jesus demonstrates His lordship over read more…