Luke 9:51-56 The eight days, from Palm Sunday to Resurrection Sunday, have changed the course of not only world history, but the eternal destiny of all who have placed their faith in the Jesus who walked that course for us. Today, let’s review the first 5 days of the 8, to prepare our hearts for […]

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The search of the Shepherds – Luke 2:8-20

The search of the Shepherds – Luke 2:8-20 When you set out to search for something, it’s easier if you have clues to guide you. Treasure hunts are based on signs. If you follow them, you find the treasure you’re looking for. V8-9,The situation of the annunciation – Pay attention to who got the announcement […]

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Easter: Which kind of thief would you be?

Luke 23:33-43 Our Spirit-inspired scripture this Easter morning is well known and it’s basic teaching comes readily to the lips of most Christians, it is so stark and simple. It’s an incident recorded only by Luke the historian, among the 4 gospel accounts, and reflects Luke’s heart for the spiritually needy who find resolution and […]

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Luke 2:1-7a God’s playbook of the events and people that are central to His divine plan of the ages is nothing like ours. Our playbooks measure, and we are taught, history from the perspective of major events, important stand-out individuals, migrations , nations, wars, invasions, competing interests, disease outbreaks and cures, discoveries, travel, technology and […]

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The Thief on the Cross

Sunday, June 7th, 2015  |  Luke 23:33-47 The sure and certain promise of Jesus to the dying thief is powerful proof that grace from God does the work of converting, and then begins the work of working out sanctification, even in the last hours of a life saved by Christ. Hugh McCann takes us from […]

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Sunday April 5th, 2015  |  Luke 24:13-35 Our Easter day sermon. The two disciples on the road to Emmaus show the tragic personal result of not believing the difficult passages of Scripture, and show us what happens when we pick and choose the “happy” passages for ourselves. Jesus uses the Old Testament to straighten them […]

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