February 22, 2009 Message Now On-Line

Posted: February 24, 2009 in Doctrine, faith, Living Stones Church, Preaching

The podcast from this past week’s message is now on line.  It is the first week of a seven week series on the Gospel of Luke entitled, “Luke:  A Story of Jesus.”

In this first week we talked about a brief introduction to the Gospel of Luke and then began with the public ministry of Jesus in 4:1 – 6:11.  The first week’s title is “Who is This Jesus?”

I’ve had more response and feedback from this message than any I’ve given in awhile.  If you haven’t yet, I would recommend reading the first three chapters of Luke, maybe listening to this podcast and this one from the first couple of chapters of Luke, then listening to Sunday’s message, and then reading for yourself 4:1-6:11

You can find Sunday’s message here.

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Comments
  1. Jennifer C says:

    I must say that all of your sermons are very interesting and always get me thinking about where I am in life, and how I can try to change some things or do them differently; however, this was the best “lesson” (I say that because I was truely a student on Sun.) that I have EVER heard about Jesus. It was life changing for me and I am grateful to you and LSC for that. I know why God has placed me at LSC, and Elisaih and I are blessed to be around great, but “normal” people. Thank you very much. I have been reading Luke and Elisaih has been listening (sometimes against his will but……). Our house has been forever changed. I look forward to what is coming next!

  2. Cj says:

    I loved the sermon on the ‘Life’ of Christ. Actually made me WANT to go home and read. But when I turned on the PBS station mid-afternoon last Sunday, low and behold, the story of Luke (or an erie amout of the same scripture) was on in a Classic Movie. Charleston Heston was John the Baptist. Didn’t catch the name of the movie because it was about half over.
    Regardless: I am SURE it was a push in the right direction for me!

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