Gospel of Luke (Part #39 of 76)  deals mostly with Jesus Christ rebuking the unruly Pharisees with six "woes" specific to their transgressions of the Mosaic Law. This sermon is rather important because it outlines the behaviors of the hypocrite and further proves these same actions exist amongst the tares today. Find out who is responsible for the blood of the Saints and why they oftentimes pretend to be Bible teachers.
Gospel of Luke (Part #38 of 76)  details the two different opinions of blessedness from Luke's Gospel and continues to expand on why Christ would repeatedly denounce the Pharisees. In this sermon Yahshua uses the Old Testament examples of Jonah and the queen of Sheba to rebuke an "evil generation" (or people) for requiring a sign. Also discussed is His parable of the lighted candle and what it represents today.
Gospel of Luke (Part #37 of 76)  continues to explore Yahshua's teachings regarding the demonic realm by discussing the concept of "backsliding" and what devils do after being cast out of an unclean vessel (or person). Does Christ teach self defense? What's the difference between gatherers and scatterers? These questions are answered in this sermon focused primarily on the reality of unclean spirits and Satan.
Gospel of Luke (Part #36 of 76)  discusses the certainty of answered prayer and the infinite Fatherhood of Yahweh. Also detailed in this sermon is Christ casting out a silent demon while the masses who witnessed the act accuse Him of doing so with the power of Beelzebub "the Lord of the flies." Why do false prophets offer serpents or scorpions to those who request "fish" (or the assurance of God's Word)? Find out!
Gospel of Luke (Part #35 of 76)  thoroughly examines "the model prayer" (or Lord's Prayer) taught by Jesus line by line and provides valuable keys into how we should pray to Yahweh. What is God's "Will" and how can it be done on earth? What is meant by daily bread? Should we make specific requests of our Father or just ask for His leading? This upbeat sermon provides the answers into nearly every aspect of prayer.
Gospel of Luke (Part #34 of 76)  examines Yahshua's parable of the Good Samaritan to answer the question "Who is my neighbor?" Are works more important than knowledge? How should we conduct ourselves in our everyday Christian walks? Jesus provides these answers in the most simplistic terms imaginable in this tranquil sermon that only begins to contrast the differences between Martha and Mary of Bethany.
Gospel of Luke (Part #33 of 76)  deals mostly with the seventy disciples returning and being bestowed additional powers over Satan by our Messiah. In this segment we cover Christ's teachings on the simplicity of Yahweh's Word and the promised rewards for those who believe and live according to the Gospels. We only partially detail a testy scripture lawyer who asks Jesus "What must I do to inherit eternal life?"
Gospel of Luke (Part #32 of 76)  explains why certain antichrist cities will have less of a chance in judgment than Sodom or Gomorrah and why. What exactly are "the sins of Sodom" and what do they represent for today's modern society? This sermon continues to outline the conduct of Christian pastors and finds Yahshua once again foretelling His own death to the misunderstanding of His disciples and the multitudes.
Gospel of Luke (Part #31 of 76)  covers Yahshua's lesson on retaliation and His "testing" of the disciples. Should Christians go from door to door trying to convert people? Are the faithful allowed to live among the godless? This sermon finds Jesus ordaining an additional seventy apostles and sending them forth "amongst wolves" to preach the truth and His detailed orders regarding their reception and personal conduct.
Gospel of Luke (Part #30 of 76)  finds Jesus foretelling His own death for the second time in Luke's Gospel causing the powerless disciples to question "who is the greatest among them?" Are demons literal or are they just simple sicknesses? This somewhat discombobulated sermon details how Yahshua could cast a demon out of a young boy and (more importantly) the reasons His own disciples weren't able to.
Gospel of Luke (Part #29 of 76)  begins by defining the word "transfiguration" from the Greek before providing several passages from the latter epistles dealing with the Shekinah Glory of our Redeemer. Why did this act scare some of the faithless disciples? Was Christ a Jedi or form of ghost? This sermon explains why Jesus was seen conversing with Moses and Elijah and the Biblical symbology of the word "white."
Gospel of Luke (Part #28 of 76)  focuses mostly on Yahshua feeding five thousand Israelites with "five loves and two fishes" and showcasing a deeper meaning of this miracle that the listener might not have noticed before. This sermon also deals with Peter's confession of Jesus being "the Christ of God" and the precise three steps - or commandments - taught by Him in order to even be considered a Christian.
Gospel of Luke (Part #27 of 76)  completes Luke's narrative dealing with Jesus' ability to heal the sick with a touch and His ordaining of the twelve disciples with two specific powers; the ability to preach and heal others. Towards the conclusion of this relaxed sermon we study the superstitious Herodians to prove king Herod was haunted by his beheading of John the Baptist (there's "no rest for the wicked").
Gospel of Luke (Part #26 of 76)  is an expansive sermon dealing mostly with Christ casting a Legion of demons into swine causing the farmers of the Gadarenes to become upset with him because those same pigs committed suicide. Are medical doctors or surgeons inherently evil? Towards the conclusion we discuss faithless Israelites that spend all their money on physicians as opposed to seeking Yahweh for healing.
Gospel of Luke (Part #25 of 76)  finds Yahshua calming a raging storm for His faithless disciples and only begins to deal with Luke's take on the "maniac of Gadara" and his Legion of demons. What does the Bible mean by unclean spirits or simple devils? Who are Satan's literal children? Some of these answers are provided in this broadcast that deals mostly with the SPIRITUAL side (or realm) of Jesus' own ministry.
Gospel of Luke (Part #24 of 76)  provides Jesus' reasons for speaking in parables by establishing He fulfilled Old Testament prophecy pertaining to forceful blindness. What does "light" represent in scripture? Who IS that same Light or the Sun of Righteousness? This upbeat segment deals with our Savior's parable of the lighted candle and His parable of the sower is explained in vivid detail by the very mouth of Yahshua.
Gospel of Luke (Part #23 of 76)  outlines Yahshua's parable of a creditor and two debtors by proving Yahweh's forgiveness is equally fair when pertaining to His chosen people. This sermon also deals with the aftermath of Christ forgiving an iniquitous woman of her sins during His fourth tour of Galilee and only the first part of His parable of the sower (the surface piece) which can be applied to every facet of life.
Gospel of Luke (Part #22 of 76)  probes deeper into why Jesus resurrected a widow's dead son and provides an often overlooked reason for this miracle. We also find John the Baptist sending messengers to question Yahshua as to His deity and what our Messiah said about him "amongst all the prophets born to women." This sermon clarifies why Christ deplores unbelief and his dealings with Simon the Pharisee.
Gospel of Luke (Part #21 of 76)  covers Yahshua's warning against following blind leaders and His teachings on the hypocrisy of man when they attempt to judge other Israelites. This segment provides the "secret" of discerning by expanding upon Jesus' parable of the two foundations. The latter half of this broadcast deals with Christ healing a gentile centurion's faithful servant and His exact reasons for doing so.
Gospel of Luke (Part #20 of 76)  details the four laws of love and retaliation according to Yahshua's Words in the sixth chapter of Luke. This sermon outlines His golden rule ( "do unto others..." ) explaining why observance of this teaching is so important to latter-day Christians. Coverage is also provided on the four laws of mercy and justice instilled by Jesus and further expanded upon by the author of this Gospel.
Gospel of Luke (Part #19 of 76)  looks deeper at Yahshua's calling of the twelve apostles and briefly outlines each chosen Israelite (of which the author Luke is NOT one). What are Jesus' thoughts about the rich and foolish? Find out by listening! Also detailed are four special beatitudes that have four accompanying "woes" that await the disobedient and clarification into genuine Christian persecution is presented.
Gospel of Luke (Part #18 of 76)  espouses on what Christ meant when He claimed to be "Lord of the Sabbath" and why His act of healing an Israelite's withered hand caused many of the Pharisees to begin plotting His crucifixion. Why would Jesus use king David's Biblical example of "stealing" showbread as a defense to the charge of His enemy? Discover why in this sermon that begins to clarify the twelve disciples.
Gospel of Luke (Part #17 of 76)  completes the fifth chapter of Luke's gospel by scrutinizing Christ healing a palsied man that was lowered before Him on his sick bed in Capernaum. We analyze why Yahshua would dine with "sinners and publicans" and the negative effect this had on the Pharisees who attempted to trap or tempt Jesus. We further expand on the "types" of rivals from Luke which are still with us today.
Gospel of Luke (Part #16 of 76)  covers Jesus teaching on a borrowed boat and His calling of the first four disciples. In this segment Yahshua also cleanses a life-long leper! What is meant by the term "fishers of men" and what does it represent today? The answers are provided in this sermon that explains our Messiah's first three tours through His local township and the different ways He dealt with the multitudes.
Gospel of Luke (Part #15 of 76)  finds Christ casting out devils and healing Peter's mother-in-law of a specific illness. This segment shows the author Luke always differentiates between mere sickness and demon possession when detailing his narrative concerning the early miracles of Yahshua. In like manner, this sermon proves the reality of Satan and explains why false prophets dismiss the reality of his children.
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