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Sermons about Luke 7

You searched for sermons from the Book of: Luke 7
 
You Might Not Want to Hear God This Way, But …  Click here Click title to view sermon Luke 7: 36–8:3
Summary: Sometimes God speaks to us through the criticism we receive from others. It pays spiritual dividends to at least consider whether criticism aimed at us is justified.
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Safety Net  Click here Click title to view sermon Luke 7: 11–17
Summary: Compassion moved Jesus to ignore his society’s restrictions against touching the dead. He became involved in something that he could have considered none of his business in order to provide for a widow who had no safety net. We are part of God’s safety net for the suffering, the marginalized and the hopeless. We come with hope.
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The Powerful Prayers of the People  Click here Click title to view sermon Luke 7: 1–10
Summary: Our prayers with and for one another and our actions on one another’s behalf offer life-changing power.
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When God Comes to Visit  Click here Click title to view sermon Luke 7: 11–17
Summary: Pain is part of life. Although modern medicine has made great strides in treating it, a pain-free life is unimaginable. God visits us in our pain, bringing strength and consolation.
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What Do You Think of Jesus Now?  Click here Click title to view sermon Luke 7: 36–50
Summary:  “A woman in the city, who is a sinner.” You know this woman. Maybe you know her better than you let on. Maybe you are this woman. Jesus, the one we call “Lord,” tells her that her sins are forgiven and sends her on her way. How does this affect what you think of Jesus?
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The Place Where Two Crowds Met  Click here Click title to view sermon Luke 7: 11–17
Summary: Any crowd can become a sacred gathering when Jesus is there.
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God Doesn’t Get Even  Click here Click title to view sermon Luke 7: 36–8:3
Summary: It’s a common idea that God is always on the lookout for an opportunity to condemn sin, and that he insists on strict payment for it. That seems to be the attitude of Simon, who has invited Jesus to dinner, and into whose house a “woman ... who was a sinner” comes. Jesus’ response to Simon’s criticism makes it clear that God’s forgiveness of sins doesn’t require payment but is freely available to those who accept it in faith.
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Finding the Right Church Member  Click here Click title to view sermon Luke 7: 36–8:3
Summary: Although the woman who weeps at Jesus’ feet and anoints him with oil surprises us with her strange actions, she teaches us about grace. Unlike the Pharisee, she understands that God has forgiven her sins. We might assume that the Pharisee is the kind of church member we need, but the woman teaches us true devotion and worship from the heart.
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