Luke 17:1-10

  • faith is marked by actions
  • turning to God to rely on
  • recognize its not me, but God

If we are doing what we’re supposed to do – our duty – what we are indebted to do – obligated… it’s not above and beyond, & we’re not all that, but still unworthy servants. We need Jesus! He did the hard things, the above & beyond – died on the cross paying the price for all sin – my sin. Therefore, he gets all the glory! All the credit. We are restored to God.

We are indebted to Jesus and that’s why we need to turn to Him & trust Him because He can do so much more than I can imagine with a greater love and compassion for me that I can imagine!

Apostles’ Final Teachings

When you are at your worst, who is walking with who?

Luke 22 is all about the upper room.

v.35-38: Before they were so full of faith, they lacked nothing. God provided. Remember those days of faithfulness in the darkness…

v. 47-51: What are you relying on?

God or the sword? Kingdom of God or kingdom of darkness? Faith or things of this world? There are only two options!

You are either working in and advancing the kingdom of one or the other.

Nothing is impossible for God. God still provides!

Jesus walks with us even at our worst… and doesn’t leave us that way.

These are my notes from this sermon message.