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Sermons on Luke
Faith is a leap, even Jesus' disciples had a difficult time believing, Christians, with a message, are the hope of the world.
Brad Zinn kicks off the Empowered Spirituality series by examining Jesus' resurrection and its ramifications for the redemption of the world.
It's not about having no doubts, but having better doubts.
Just like the disciples we find ourselves between the resurrection and the return of Christ. As the centuries have ticked away, have we given up hope? We are convicted that God’s Kingdom has already manifested now, but can become bonded to despair at a lack of “results” from our labors. The reality of God’s Kingdom is that it is both “now” and “not yet.” Can we with hope still look for the Kingdom-yet-to-come?
Connecting your story with the true story of the Risen Jesus.
Each of you has a story which has been written on your heart by your experiences, family, teachers, friends and culture. This story shapes everything about you: how you view God, how you respond to the news, how you spend your time and money, how you relate to other people, and how you view yourself. Connecting your story with the true story of the Risen Jesus gives you a radically new story of death, life and yourself.
In Luke 24:36-53 Luke tells us whether we need evidence to believe in Jesus' resurrection (we do), and spells out how Jesus' resurrection changes our lives today.