Geoff New • Sermon • • 1,888 views
Luke 18:9-14 This parable is simple. And devastating. It strikes at a spiritual condition that anyone who has been a believer for some time can suffer from. The sense of security in God morphs into personal smugness. What once was thanksgiving to God becomes self-congratulation about one’s life of faith.…
Jesus' teaching on prayer here is in context of His coming Kingdom. This is a call to look beyond what we see and experience to see God’s great purpose. It is a call for us to fix our prayers not in what is but what will be. Jesus is encouraging us to keep praying and not get discouraged because He will answer His people's prayers.
Advent According To Luke
Jeremy Norton • Mountainview Church Whitehorse • Sermon • • 19 views • 37:02
Christmas can become a season of comparisons. Some people brag about having the perfect Christmas. Some self-deprecate about having the worst Christmas. But in both of these scenarios, the focus is not on Jesus. And yet, He's the one we should put our trust in. And when we do, nothing else should matter.
Luke Simmons • Sermon • • 4 views
The Younger Son Luke 15:11-24 You Can’t Out-Sin God’s Grace The Younger Son’s Request The Younger Son’s Rebellion The Younger Son’s Result The Younger Son’s Resolution The Younger Son’s Reconciliation This weekend, we’re going to look at one of the most well-known and well-loved stories in the whole…
McCauley Austin • Friendswood Baptist Church • Sermon • • 2 views • 32:46
We look at the Parable of the Pharisee and the Tax Collector as we enter Advent. We learn that the Pharisee forgot his purpose and that the tax collector humbled himself before God. We're reminded that we need Jesus even on our best day.