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Sermons on Luke 1

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Leaping for Joy  Click here Click title to view sermon Luke 1: 39–45
Summary: Mary and Elizabeth shared a bond of miraculous pregnancies and being blessed by God. Their visit strengthened each of them and gave them joy as they obediently followed God’s commands. That same joy is available for us today.
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Mary Had a Little Lamb  Click here Click title to view sermon Luke 1: 26–31
Summary: In a rearrangement of the time-honored "Mary had a little lamb" nursery rhyme, we can bring a new perspective to motherhood and mothering. The virtue is not the sole province of women, but a characteristic to be nurtured in all. Christ's embodiment of "nurturing" gives a radical new perspective to the concept of the Lamb of God and by that lamb we are led.
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Ready for Christmas?  Click here Click title to view sermon Luke 1: 26–38
Summary: A few days before Christmas, people may be wondering if they’re ready for the holiday. Real readiness is a matter of being open to receive God’s gift that we celebrate that day. Mary, the young woman who first received that gift, can help us to be prepared. She is surprised by being favored by God, but willing to rely on that favor and the God who gives it.
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The Woman Who Went  Click here Click title to view sermon Luke 1: 39–57
Summary: Though we don’t know the details of Mary’s assumption, it has much to tell us of this woman who had already been lifted up in many ways. When God called, she did not simply say, “Yes”; she actually went. She brought God with her wherever she went and God did great things for her — as God will do for us as well.
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The Thinker Mary  Click here Click title to view sermon Luke 1: 26–38
Summary:  A person does not need to be able to agree with every detail doctrine to be Christian. A person does need to submit himself or herself to Christ to be a Christian
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The Heroism of Small Steps  Click here Click title to view sermon Luke 1: 26–38
Summary:  Although many of today’s Christmas observances are based in fantasy, and although even the story of the Annunciation has fantastic elements, at Christmas all of us still face the burdens and decisions of living life in the real world. Mary, in taking her first small but heroic step toward God’s destiny, is a model for our faithful living in whatever real circumstances we face. When we take those steps with her, we begin to know the true dimensions of Christmas joy.
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The Gospel From a Coffee Klatch  Click here Click title to view sermon Luke 1: 39–45
Summary: Mary and Elizabeth share a time of joy, but they also teach the church. Luke offers his initial interpretation of the far-reaching significance of Jesus’ birth not from a dramatic event, but from the most ordinary of circumstances: two women talking together in a house. Luke celebrates the contribution of women. From this tender and humble conversation, the church learns that the birth of Jesus changes everything.
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Perceiving God’s Presence and Answering the Call  Click here Click title to view sermon Luke 1: 26–38
Summary: As Christmas approaches, the story of the Annunciation challenges us, as the angel Gabriel challenged Mary, to find God in unlikely places and to courageously respond in positive ways to his call.
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Important Names  Click here Click title to view sermon Luke 1: 57–68
Summary: Throughout the Bible, when people are called to a way of life in God’s plan, their names are often highlighted. Abraham, Sarai, John the Baptist, Simon Peter and Mary Magdalene are some examples. But you and I are no less called, and in God’s plan, our names are every bit as important as theirs.
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Prepare Him Room  Click here Click title to view sermon Luke 1: 26–38
Summary: Incarnation is what Christmas is all about. God took the initiative to establish room in us for him to dwell, so that we can be the people he wants us to be.
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Cooperating With God’s Plan  Click here Click title to view sermon Luke 1: 57–66
Summary:  God’s plan of salvation includes each of us. God wishes to save all, but along the road we may be called upon to take a detour and/or endure some difficulty. But we must cooperate with God’s plan. Then and only then will we be ready for the gift of eternal life.
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Christ Is Coming, Ready or Not  Click here Click title to view sermon Luke 1: 39–45
Summary: We’re close to Christmas and most of us aren’t really prepared for the birth of Christ. Neither Elizabeth nor Mary, who meet in the gospel, was prepared for what happened to them, but they believed God’s promises. Faith is not something we naturally have, but is brought about by the creative word of God. And it is that saving word that will come to us at Christmas, however unprepared we may be.
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