For These We Give Thanks

(Luke 17:11-19)

All of life should be an endless giving of thanks.

I.  The tenth leper gave thanks to God.

II.  How might we give thanks?

     A.  For Christ and salvation

     B.  Through personal and corporate worship

     C.  For God’s leading of our lives

          1.  Through the enjoyable moments

          2.  Through the difficult moments

     D.  For all eternity






The Need for Prayer
(Luke 18:1-8)

To live faithfully in the now and not yet
we must devote ourselves to prayer.
I. The parable of the judge and the widow.
II. What the story means and does not mean.
III. What the story means to us.
Praying for:
A. A life of anticipation
B. Daily strength of faith
C. Things we are commanded to pray for
D. Things that seem in agreement with God’s character
E. Help when God seems silent


John Knox: The Thundering Scot
John Knox was a difficult man that God used greatly.

I. A little about his life

II. A little about his beliefs

A. Protestant through and through

B. Christian Worship

C. Christian resistance/rebellion

D. Women and authority

III. Some lessons we can learn


Good Grief
1 Thessalonians 4:13-18
In grief, comfort one another with hope.


I. Grieve with hope. (13)

II. Believe with hope. (14)

III. Trust with hope. (15-17a)

IV. Rest with hope. (17b-18)


An Alarm to The Unconverted

(Luke 16:19-31)

Four things the unconverted should think about:

I. One’s place in life has no bearing on eternity.

II. The future reversal of the human condition (23)

III. The reality of future judgment (24-26)

IV. Salvation is a matter of the will, not empirical
evidence. (27-31)


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