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The Final Step: Blessing Your Enemies

Loving your enemies is the final step in forgiveness. When Jesus walks with us, we will find the strength to love our enemies and to bless those who curse us.

Text: Luke 6:27-36
Sermon Series: Total Forgiveness
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The Man Who Would Be King: Christ Speaks to the Problem of Frivolous Curiosity

Light received leads to more light. Light rejected leads only to the darkness.

Text: Luke 23:1-12
Sermon Series: Conversations with Jesus: Christ Speaks to Modern Problems
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The Host Who Forgot His Manners: Christ Speaks to the Problem of Spiritual Pride

We might call this story “the preacher and the prostitute” because it’s a lesson about pride and humility. It’s also about how God welcomes those who aren’t ashamed to admit how much they need him. Only those who understand the depth of their own sinfulness can look with compassion and mercy on the men and women they meet every day.

Text: Luke 7:36-50
Sermon Series: Conversations with Jesus: Christ Speaks to Modern Problems
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The Three Rookies: Christ Speaks to the Problem of Convenient Excuses

We don’t belong in this world. We’re not supposed to be comfortable here.

Text: Luke 9:57-62
Sermon Series: Conversations with Jesus: Christ Speaks to Modern Problems
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The Frustrated Fisherman: Christ Speaks to the Problem of Limited Vision

God prepares us for his call by allowing us to endure personal failure.

Text: Luke 5:1-11
Sermon Series: Conversations with Jesus: Christ Speaks to Modern Problems
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The Harried Homemaker: Christ Speaks to the Problem of Compulsive Busyness

Work is not an end in itself – not even work for the Lord.

Text: Luke 10:38-42
Sermon Series: Conversations with Jesus: Christ Speaks to Modern Problems
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The Lawyer Who Wanted a Loophole: Christ Speaks to the Problem of Religious Hypocrisy

Remember that when everyone else passed by, Jesus stopped to save you.

Text: Luke 10:25-37
Sermon Series: Conversations with Jesus: Christ Speaks to Modern Problems
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Playing with Fire: Can We Still Believe in Hell?

No one goes to hell except those who truly deserve to be there.

Text: Luke 16:19-31
Sermon Series: Final Questions: A Biblical View of Life After Death
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‘Twas the Day After Christmas

Our text tells us how to celebrate Christmas. In its most literal sense, this passage describes the various responses of […]

Text: Luke 2:17-20
Sermon Series: Christmas Messages
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How to be Right With God

If you are willing to admit that you are a sinner, you can be saved today.

Text: Luke 18:9-14
Sermon Series: How To Be Right With God