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Sermons about Luke 3

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I Am Whose I Am  Click here Click title to view sermon Luke 3: 15–22
Summary: In the movies, many characters learn about themselves by learning about a parent. In baptism, we too learn who we are by knowing whose we are.
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We Don’t Need a Little Christmas  Click here Click title to view sermon Luke 3: 7–18
Luke 3: 10–18 for LFM
Summary: Seek the great Christmas, not the little Christmas.
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The Terror of History  Click here Click title to view sermon Luke 3: 1–6
Summary: The phrase “the terror of history” might make us think of how we feel before taking a history exam in school. Its deeper meaning, though, refers to the unease that comes just from being historical creatures in a world where things begin and pass away. Many cultures and religions try to escape from that terror. But today’s gospel sets us down squarely in history with some names, dates and places and prepares us for the coming of God’s Son as a historical figure to correct the course of history and turn it back to God’s intended goal.
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The Great Expectation  Click here Click title to view sermon Luke 3: 7–18
Summary: The Jews have always awaited the coming of the Messiah. Christians believe that Jesus was the Christ. What do Christians await? We expect to see God at work in the world. We believe the kingdom of God will finally be a reality. We believe God’s ultimate victory over evil is certain.
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Shopping with God in Mind  Click here Click title to view sermon Luke 3: 7–18
Summary: Five questions help us when shopping to also glorify God.
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Second Banana  Click here Click title to view sermon Luke 3: 1–6
Summary: In every canonical gospel, John the Baptist, Jesus’ mysterious cousin and harbinger of God’s gift, steadily points away from himself and toward the one who is to come. As such, he willingly plays the role of “second banana” to the Messiah in God’s great salvation drama. He also serves as a model for the times when we are called to take a supporting role in someone else’s life.
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Season of Decision  Click here Click title to view sermon Luke 3: 1–6
Summary: In this season of Advent of 2009, we find ourselves faced with the same choice that faced those first hearers of John, son of Zechariah, in the wilderness.
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Remembering Who, and Whose, You Are  Click here Click title to view sermon Luke 3: 15–22
Summary: In our baptism, God affirms us as his chosen children, in whom he is well pleased. When we know who we are — sinners saved by grace — and know whose we are — children of God created to glorify God — then life can never be the same. Fears and problems may abound, but we can remain true and strong.
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Radical Moderation  Click here Click title to view sermon Luke 3: 7–18
Luke 3: 10–18 for LFM
Summary: John the Baptist proclaims a radical demand for repentance, but his directions for people’s lives after their baptisms are quite moderate. They are to share what they have with those in need and to do their jobs honestly. The coming of the Messiah to whom John points will not abolish God’s world or our work in it. We are called to preserve and protect it as God brings his reign to fulfillment through the work of Christ.
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No More Than 10 Percent  Click here Click title to view sermon Luke 3: 1–6
Summary: When the ways of the world are chosen over the ways of God, the road to God becomes crooked. John the Baptist is not the only one called to straighten the road, fill the valleys and level the hills that stand between God and those who claim to believe in God. The events in our nation and our world constantly challenge us to either accept that call or to separate our faith from the decisions we make. The choice we make in this matter will determine the legacy we leave our children.
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I Know That Voice!  Click here Click title to view sermon Luke 3: 15–22
Summary: The voice of encouragement that spoke to Jesus at his baptism is the same voice speaking to us. Let us speak to each other the same way.
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Jesus' Birthday Song  Click here Click title to view sermon Luke 3: 15–22
Summary: The baptism of Jesus reveals and celebrates the unique identity of the Son of God, as well as the meaning of baptism for those who follow him.
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Advent Preparation ... Yet Again  Click here Click title to view sermon Luke 3: 1–6
Summary: When we try to juggle too much, it all comes crashing down. Advent calls us to decide what is important in life and to give priority to the things that matter, the things of faith. It also gives us opportunity to keep growing into the people God calls us to be.
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