Jesus appointed his apostles to be the authoritative witnesses to his words, his works, and his resurrection. In the New Testament we have a record of their testimony that is not only historically reliable but which is also powerfully transformational.
The New Testament: The Transforming Record of the Apostle's
December 17, 2017 • Larry Kroon • Luke 6:12-16
Healthy Eyes and Bad Eyes
October 21, 2018 • Larry Kroon
As Jesus journeyed to Jerusalem for the last time, the crowds grew and the reactions intensified as people who had only heard about him now actually saw him in action. Some marveled, others declared him demonic, and still others pressed him for a sign “from heaven”. He addressed the varied responses, and then he spoke about eyes that let light in and eyes that keep light out. Three proverbial sayings with one application: Be Careful!
The Kingdom Has Come
October 14, 2018 • Ashley Brown
As Jesus heads toward Jerusalem and His crucifixion, the cosmic battle between Him and the spiritual forces of evil are coming to a head. In the midst of this conflict, Jesus continually demonstrates His power over Satan’s demonic forces. Jesus points to His power as proof that the Kingdom of God has come, and the rule and power of Satan is being broken in Jesus’ ministry.
The Lord's Prayer
October 7, 2018 • Ashley Brown
Throughout the Gospel according to Luke we read of Jesus praying. At times it is in the midst of a large crowd. At other times it is in the seclusion of night on a mountain top. Regardless, one thing Luke wants us to understand is that Jesus was a man of prayer, so it should not surprise us that Jesus’ disciples asked Him to teach them to pray as well. Today we will study Jesus’ lesson on prayer.