Questions in the Gospel of Luke (sermon series 1987)

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The introduction/preaching schedule for this unit of preaching is here.

1. Luke 1:5-20 "How shall I know this?": The importance of accepting the Word of God (Doug Weeks) 1-11-87
2. Luke 1:57-66 "What shall this child be?": The significance of each human life (Doug Weeks) 1-18-87
3. Luke 2:39-52 "Did you not know that I must be in my Father's house?": Priorities of the Son of God (Al Gurley) 1-25-87
4. Luke 3:1-18 "What then shall we do?": Real repentance (Jeremy Jackson) 2-1-87
5. Luke 4:31-37 "What is this word?": The source of Christ's power (Jeremy Jackson) 2-8-87
6. Luke 5:27-32 "Why do you eat and drink with tax-collectors and sinners?": The scope of the Gospel (Jeremy Jackson) 2-15-87
7. Luke 6:46-49 "Why do you call me 'Lord, Lord' and do not do what I tell you?": True religion (Jeremy Jackson) 2-22-87
8. Luke 8:22-25 "Who then is this?": The person of Christ (Doug Weeks) 3-1-87
9. Luke 9:18-26 "For what does it profit a man?": The place of the Cross (Doug Weeks) 3-8-87
10. Luke 12:49-53 "Do you think that I have come to give peace on earth?": The two humanities (Al Gurley) 3-15-87
11. Luke 18:1-8 "When the Son of Man comes, will he find faith on earth?": Expectant believing prayer (Rick Wellman) 3-22-87
12. Luke 20:1-19 "What then is this that is written?": Man's estimate of Jesus (Jeremy Jackson) 3-29-87
13. Luke 22:66-23:5 "Are you the king of the Jews?": The meaning of the Son of David (Jeremy Jackson) 4-5-87
14. Luke 23:26-43 "Do you not fear God?": The challenge of the Cross (Jeremy Jackson) 4-12-87
15. Luke 23:56-24:12 "Why do you seek the living among the dead?": The Resurrection (Jeremy Jackson) 4-19-87

For a more comprehensive treatment of the Gospel of Luke, see the sermons from 1998-2002 on chapters 1-8, 9-14, 15-20, and 20-24.

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