Dan Luck - May 31, 2020

Now, part 4: Bloody Hands

The gift of the Spirit prompts the witness that Jesus is the prophesied Messiah. Oh, and also that the whole house of Israel, including all of those listening, is guilty of killing Him. That includes you and me. By denying God’s lordship over any part of our lives, we say, in effect, that we wish He wasn’t God, and that we would be better off without Him. We are still rebellious. God still forgives. He welcomes us into life the same way He always has--- through repentance that flows from our baptism into the death and resurrection of Jesus.

From Series: "Now"

The Gospel of Luke is Luke’s biography of the life of Jesus up to His ascension. This 5-week series kicks off the book of Acts, which is Luke’s recording of the Acts of the Apostles, beginning with Jesus’ marching orders for the disciples before He leaves. This series is centered on what has changed and the reality NOW that we see God’s plan for salvation accomplished in Jesus, and Now that Jesus is in Heaven and the Holy Spirit has been sent to power the continuing mission. Clearly connecting is a great summary of the Chrisitan life. How does the Gospel connect with real life and real people? How will we be prepared to give an account to others of the life we know and experience in Jesus? These 5 weeks begin during the season of Easter, includes Pentecost Sunday, and ends with Holy Trinity Sunday.

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