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  • Luke's Narrative Of The Day Of Pentecost Series

    Contributed by Ron Freeman, Evangelist on Jun 17, 2022
    based on 4 ratings

    To establish that the 12 apostles alone received the baptism of the Holy Ghost with power on the first Pentecost after Jesus’ death, burial, resurrection, and ascension into the heavens. This lesson identifies the "subjects" of this baptism and its empowering on Pentecost.

    INTRODUCTION Outline. 1. Luke's Narrative of The Day of Pentecost Introductory Remarks. 1. First, to avoid preaching again, the sermon entitled: "Ye Shall Receive Power.” I have removed point three of that lesson, which reviews Jesus' promise to the 11 apostles about the Holy Ghost more

  • Infancy Narratives| A King Is Born Series

    Contributed by Shine Thomas on Dec 6, 2023

    We can find the birth or infancy narratives prominently in the Gospels of Matthew and Luke. Both, Matthew and Luke devote the first two chapters to the infancy narrative of Jesus Christ.

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  • Weaponised Narratives

    Contributed by Michael Stark on Apr 6, 2019
    based on 3 ratings

    We must guard against creating a narrative as a mask of the truth of God's Word.

    “If our unrighteousness serves to show the righteousness of God, what shall we say? That God is unrighteous to inflict wrath on us? (I speak in a human way.) By no means! For then how could God judge the world? But if through my lie God’s truth abounds to his glory, why am I still being more

  • A Slave Narrative Series

    Contributed by Antonio Torrence on Feb 16, 2003
    based on 45 ratings

    This sermon is about the importance of telling our personal testimonies of faith even in oppressing situations.

    A Slave Narrative by Rev. A. L. Torrence, Pastor of Cross of Life Lutheran Church "She said to her mistress, ’Would that my master, Namaan, were with the prophet who is in Samaria. he would cure him of his leprosy’..." (Please note that this sermon was an effort to celebrate the rich African more

  • Joseph, A Narrative Series

    Contributed by Andrew Beatty on May 1, 2012
    based on 4 ratings

    A first person narrative of Joseph and his story.

    The Story: Chapter 3. Joseph, a first person narrative You may not recognize me without my coat. I used to have a coat of many colors that my father gave me. But something happened to that so I can’t wear it anymore. It was given to me by my father, he thought very highly of me. I guess you more

  • Changing The Narrative

    Contributed by Vic Folkert on Aug 15, 2019
    based on 3 ratings

    The paralyzed man at the Bethesda pool needed a change, and Jesus could heal him! Jesus can change our lives, but we have to respond to him in faith.

    CHANGING THE NARRATIVE—John 5:1-18 Read John 5:1-3. For many years, skeptics said there was no pool called Bethesda by the Sheep Gate of Jerusalem. However, excavations in the 1800’s found 2 pools, with a 5th portico between, as John said. Evidence of the pool being called Bethesda finally emerged more

  • Transforming Our Narratives Series

    Contributed by Tim Smith on Mar 17, 2011
    based on 1 rating

    Our lives are made up with stories. We are a people of the story. We love stories. We’re raised with stories and when something happens to us, we turn it into a story. This series is based on James Bryan Smith’s study, Apprentice of Jesus.

    Transforming Our Narratives Romans 12:1 Ben Hooper was born in Newport, TN in 1870 out of wedlock, to Sarah Wade. As a result, he had a tough childhood, being taunted by others. When he went into town, he could see people staring at him, making guesses as to who his father was. At school children more

  • "The Passion Narrative"

    Contributed by Dr. Jerry Morrissey on Mar 16, 2002
    based on 36 ratings

    March 24, 2002 -- SUNDAY OF THE PASSION -- Palm Sunday Title: “The Passion Narrative” According to Matthew 26: 14-27: 66

    March 24, 2002 -- SUNDAY OF THE PASSION -- Palm Sunday Title: “The Passion Narrative” According to Matthew 26: 14-27: 66 This can be read at the service. The commentary, based on solid exegesis, avoids scholarly detail. The questions after each scene or station, sixteen of them, attempt to apply more

  • Luke Series

    Contributed by Roshelle Brenneise on Oct 18, 2021

    The Role of Women

    October 16, 2021 And now…. Luke. As with the other Gospels, Luke does not identify himself as the author of the book that bears his name. Biblical evidence, however, points us to Luke, the Physician, as the author {see Acts 1:1 and Colossians 4:14}. Luke: • Was written in Greek • Was written more

  • Luke’s Introduction To The Gospels Series

    Contributed by John Lowe on Jun 2, 2017

    We must be confident that all those things that are spoken of in the Bible are true. That is the starting point for any study of scripture. If any part of it can be shown to be false, then all of the Word of God is suspect. The truth is very import....

    Scriptures (Acts 1:1) Luke 1:1-4 Luke wrote both Acts, and of course, the [1]Gospel that bears his name. Here is what he had to say by way of introduction. Inasmuch as many have taken in hand to set in order a narrative of those things which have been fulfilled among us, just as those who from more

  • Looking At Luke

    Contributed by David Dewitt on Oct 31, 2001
    based on 15 ratings

    This is an inductive Bible survey of the gospel of Luke that examines major themes and topics with a study of major divisions.

    Luke Book Survey I. Divide and Title A. Sectional Divisions 1:1-4 Preface 1:5 - 2:52 Birth Narrative 3:1 - 4:13 Preparation of Jesus 4:14 - 9:50 The Ministry in Galilee 9:51 - 19:27 The trip to Jerusalem 19:28 - 21:38 The Ministry in Jerusalem 22:1 - 23:56 The Death Narrative 24:1 - 53 The more

  • A Chronological Exposition Of The Christmas Narratives Series

    Contributed by Bob Marcaurelle on Dec 3, 2019

    Each event in the Christmas narrative is explained and applied to our lives.

    A SHORT EXPOSITION OF THE CHRISTMAS STORY IN CHRONOLOGICAL ORDER From the Book, “Every Day with Jesus”, a one year’s journey through the Life of Jesus in chronological order with devotional comments for each day. An E-Book is available at bob maraurelle A. The Birth more

  • Peter Speaks - A First Person Narrative Series

    Contributed by Jamie Bogaard on May 2, 2017

    Peter speaks about some of his experiences with Jesus over the past three years. He recounts the struggles and emotions of what happens during Holy Week. Where is Jesus? Is he really alive? What does the mean?

    Peter Speaks Various accounts from the gospels about Holy Week EASTER – April 16, 2017 You are welcome to use this first person narrative. It was a joy to write and a joy to share. I was just finishing a series on Peter but it could be used anytime but especially around Good more

  • The Infancy Narrative: Zechariah & Mary Series

    Contributed by Shine Thomas on Dec 6, 2023

    Zechariah in the temple and Mary in Nazareth. They will all be pregnant. The same angel will visit Zechariah and the same angel will visit a woman, Mary in two different places.

    Luke in chapter 1 presents the first part of infancy narrative of Jesus: The subjects (Zechariah & Mary) are informed that two sons will be born. Zechariah in the temple and Mary in Nazareth. They will all be pregnant. The same angel will visit Zechariah and the same angle will visit a woman, more

  • Joseph - Husband Of Mary - In First Person Narrative

    Contributed by Dr. Fred W. Penney on Dec 12, 2016
    based on 1 rating

    Christmas or Advent message about the birth of Jesus

    You Believe in Miracles?” Joseph-- {Eyewitness of his Majesty} “My name is Joseph; you know my wife better; she is much more famous than I. I’m the lesser half some might say. We were very average people--at least in the beginning, until all the attention. We were from a small tribe lived in a more