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· This sermon in Luke 6, along with the sermon in Matthew 5, 6 and 7, are the instruction manuals for Christ-followers. If you desire to follow Christ, these chapters tell you how. They contain truths that Christ practiced and lived by, and as imitators of Christ, what we also should live by.
1) They saw the triumphs. 2) They saw the captives. 3) They saw the treasure. 4) They saw foreign kings in chains. 5) They saw generals receiving adoration. 6) In the wake of the army was a broken, subjugated people. 2. To those who knew conquerors he invited to be more than conquerors!
Matthew Henry Commentary on the Whole Bible (Complete) /. Luke /. Luke 19. Luke 18. Luke 20. Chapter 19 In this chapter we have, I. The conversion of Zaccheus the publican at Jericho ( v. 1-10 ). II. The parable of the pounds which the king entrusted with his servants, and of his rebellious citizens ( …
· Jesus broke the bread. Many believe it was because at that instant they saw his nail-pierced hands. The breaking of bread, as in the feeding of the 5,000 and at the Passover table, was an unforgettable gesture of self-revelation. Resurrection light dawned. Truth pierced their hearts. Hope abounded. The face of Jesus was recognized. B.
But the angel said to them, “Do not be afraid. I bring you good news of great joy that will be for all the people. Today in the town of David a Savior has been born to you; he is Christ the Lord.” (Luke 2:10-11 NIV) Thus the birth of God’s long-awaited redeemer was introduced to …
If Christ saw all those kingdoms ‘with His bodily eye, still it must have been his spirit which took in the prospect. The devil is reported to have said something which seems most plausible. All appearances in that time confirmed his words.
” But, during those hours of darkness, Jesus suffered the worst of His torments. For, it was during those dark hours that your sins and mine were transferred to Him, 2 Cor. 5:21; Isa. 53:6, 9. B. All the pain of Hell and the undiluted wrath of Almighty God were unleashed on the Person of the Lord Jesus Christ.
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The NIV’s translation “spread the word” seems to miss the point, which is rendered well in the KJV and NRSV: “They made known what had been told them about this child.” The angel’s announcement of “a savior, Christ the Lord” is spread throughout the area, resulting in amazement in the hearers. Mary Ponders the Shepherd’s Report (Luke 2:19)