Sermons on Luke (Page 14)
Luke 4:1-13 ~ Pastor Rod Bunton concludes his study of the temptations of Christ and shows how we can apply these lessons in our own lives.
Luke 4:1-13 ~ Luke records three temptations experienced by Jesus and describes His perfect responses to them. Pastor Rod Bunton starts to look at each temptation and how Jesus’ resistance gives us the power to do the same.
Luke 4:1-13 ~ The humanity of Christ is a major theme in the book of Luke. Pastor Rod Bunton introduces the temptations offered to Jesus by Satan and answers the question, “Could Jesus have sinned?”
Luke 3:23-38 ~ “For as by the one man’s disobedience the many were made sinners, so by the one man’s obedience the many will be made righteous.” (Romans 5:19) Pastor Rod Bunton teaches the importance of Jesus’ genealogy in the gospel of Luke.
Luke 3:15-22 ~ John’s ministry involved the baptism of men in need of repentance, but he also baptized Jesus. Pastor Rod Bunton explains why a perfect man had to do what seemed unnecessary.
Luke 3:7-20 ~ John the Baptist preached repentance because he knew that the messiah was coming. Pastor Rod Bunton explains the consequences of that coming event for those who do not repent.
Luke 3:1-14 ~ Repentance is the essential doctrine of salvation because you need to see your sin to turn away from it and towards God. Pastor Rod Bunton follows the ministry of John the Baptist and explains that true repentance, granted by God, produces fruit in our lives.
Luke 3:1-9 ~ Luke provides a view into the ministry of John the Baptist. Pastor Rod Bunton explains how that ministry, leading up the to coming ministry of Jesus, was focused on repentance.
Luke 2:39-52 ~ The Gospel of Luke records the period of Jesus’ life from a small child to the beginning of His public ministry in only 14 verses of Chapter 2. Pastor Rod Bunton teaches from this passage about the perfect humanity of Christ and His increasing in wisdom.
Luke 2:25-38 ~ Pastor Rod Bunton takes us through the prophesied meeting between Simeon and the promised Messiah whom he considered precious.
Luke 2:21-26 ~ Pastor Rod Bunton introduces us to the next events recorded in Luke after Jesus’ birth wherein the wisdom of God is evident in the actions that ensure that Jesus is innocent with respect to the law.
Luke 2:8-20 ~ Pastor Rod Bunton continues teaching from this passage that tells us about the most important announcement in the history of the world.