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Sermons about Luke 10

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Distracted  Click here Click title to view sermon Luke 10: 38–42
Summary: Jesus points us away from our worry and stress and toward a single-minded focus on the deepest hope that is in us.
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And Who Is My God?  Click here Click title to view sermon Luke 10: 25–37
Summary: When Jesus has said that the greatest commandment is love for God and the second, love for neighbor, he is asked, “Who is my neighbor?” His answer is to tell the story of the Good Samaritan. What if he had been asked, “Who is my God?” The answer might be a parable that sounds quite a bit like the story of the Good Samaritan because the kind of thing the Samaritan did in that story also shows us the kind of God who is revealed in Jesus Christ.
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Do You Want to Be Right? Or Do You Want to Be Effective?  Click here Click title to view sermon Luke 10: 1–20
Summary: In a culture that needs to always be right, Jesus calls his followers to share the good news of the Gospel by choosing instead to always love.
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We’ll Leave the Light on for You  Click here Click title to view sermon Luke 10: 1–20
Summary: Hospitality is a Christian virtue. That’s because it gives us an opportunity to give of ourselves — to love our neighbor.
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The Dust on Your Shoes  Click here Click title to view sermon Luke 10: 1–20
Summary: Jesus sends his followers out to proclaim the Good News of the kingdom of God. As they go, he prepares them for both success and failure in their efforts. Even doing God’s work carries with it the possibility of failure.
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Passing By on the Other Side  Click here Click title to view sermon Luke 10: 25–37
Summary: Jesus uses a carefully constructed story to criticize any and all worlds of narrow exclusivity.
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Mission, and the Problem of Samaritans  Click here Click title to view sermon Luke 10: 25–37
Summary: In the story of the Good Samaritan, Jesus expands the definition of neighbor and challenges us to realign ourselves with the values of the kingdom of God.
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Love Unlimited  Click here Click title to view sermon Luke 10: 25–37
Summary: Love triumphs over legalism.
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Keeping the Main Thing in Mission  Click here Click title to view sermon Luke 10: 38–42
Summary: The story of Martha and Mary illustrates the importance of achieving the proper balance between loving God and loving neighbor. God’s mission is advanced by embodying both in unison.
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How Near Is the Kingdom?  Click here Click title to view sermon Luke 10: 1–20
Summary: Jesus sent his disciples out to proclaim the same basic message that he preached: “The kingdom of God is near.” The very fact that our text comes right after Jesus has announced his coming passion and death and has started for Jerusalem indicates that this is not to be a typical kingdom. He is not seeking political rule. Rather, all the world, the secular realm as well as the church, is God’s, who rules in those two realms in different ways and by different ministers. As Christians, we’re called to be citizens of both realms.
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Good, Better, Best  Click here Click title to view sermon Luke 10: 38–42
Summary: Jesus’ treatment of women was a break with Jewish tradition of that day and an example of the radical power of the Gospel to set us free from tradition.
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From Belly Talk to Busy Times  Click here Click title to view sermon Luke 10: 38–42
Summary: Life demands that we be occupied with the things of daily existence, but we can lose ourselves in the busyness. The Christian Sabbath — Sunday — and the extension of the Sabbath spirit into our weekdays provide pull-back opportunities for rest, reflection and spiritual renewal.
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Free to Worship, Free to Witness  Click here Click title to view sermon Luke 10: 1–20
Summary: We should be exceedingly grateful for our country. We are free to worship and we are free to witness on behalf of Christ. In many countries Christians are hampered, even persecuted, sometimes killed for their faith. Be glad for America. Jesus knew that witnessing would not always be easy. That is why when he sent the group of 70 followers out, he told them that he was sending them out “like lambs in the midst of wolves.” Being a true and zealous Christian has its problems. Nevertheless, Christ told us to let our shine.
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Acting on Obvious Conclusions  Click here Click title to view sermon Luke 10: 25–37
Summary: There are plenty of times when we know what to do to solve certain life problems, but where we simply do not want to do what’s right. The challenge for us from this parable of the Good Samaritan is to act on what we do understand of the call to follow Jesus.
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A Magnet for Marthas  Click here Click title to view sermon Luke 10: 38–42
Summary: The story of Mary and Martha is not the story of Mary versus Martha. This story shows us the different but complementary forms that discipleship can take.
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