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Dan Westman - August 7, 2016
When a notoriously sinful woman disrupts a dinner party to honor Jesus, the religious leaders are disgusted. Jesus, however, receives her with grace. Through this story, we learn the lesson that changed this woman’s life: understanding the depth of our sin showcases the magnitude of God’s forgiveness and empowers us to love him with extravagant love.
Scripture References: Luke 7:36-50
From Series: "Invited: Stories of Welcome in the Gospel of Luke"
Sermons this summer will focus on portraits of Jesus found in Luke’s gospel. Our recent studies in the life of David pointed forward to Israel’s true sovereign and now we turn to accounts of Jesus whom David called, ”my Lord”. We quickly discover that the ‘son of David’ is much greater than any of the ancients had anticipated. Israel’s king is in fact the savior of the world, the Lord of all. Luke is an apt herald of this message. As the only Gentile among the gospel writers Luke is especially attuned to Jesus’ welcome of those who were outside, unworthy and rejected. The “beloved physician” wrote his account of Jesus’ life as the first of two volumes, knowing he would also recount the story of witnesses who told the world of its savior. After a summer in Luke we will begin the journey of Acts in September.
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|29 Apr 1956||The Christian and Worldliness||1 John||2||1 John 2:15-17||Stedman||Ray||Ray Stedman||Stedman, Ray||Main Service||The Christian and Worldliness|
|29 Apr 1956||The Christian and Worldliness||2 Corinthians||6||2 Corinthians 6:14-18||Stedman||Ray||Ray Stedman||Stedman, Ray||Main Service||The Christian and Worldliness|
|29 Apr 1956||The Christian and Worldliness||James||4||James 4:4||Stedman||Ray||Ray Stedman||Stedman, Ray||Main Service||The Christian and Worldliness|
|31 Dec 1958||Doing What Comes Unnaturally||Stedman||Ray||Ray Stedman||Stedman, Ray||Main Service||Doing What Comes Unnaturally|
|31 Dec 1958||The Lord and His Church||Stedman||Ray||Ray Stedman||Stedman, Ray||Main Service||The Lord and His Church|
|31 Dec 1958||The Supreme Need for Fruit||Hebrews||6||Hebrews 6:1-12||Stedman||Ray||Ray Stedman||Stedman, Ray||Main Service||The Supreme Need for Fruit|
|31 May 1959||DeGaulle, Dulles and Destiny||Stedman||Ray||Ray Stedman||Stedman, Ray||Main Service||DeGaulle, Dulles and Destiny|
|12 Mar 1960||How Should A Christian Combat Communism?||Stedman||Ray||Ray Stedman||Stedman, Ray||Main Service||How Should A Christian Combat Communism?|
|24 Apr 1960||Songs of Saints||Stedman||Ray||Ray Stedman||Stedman, Ray||Main Service||Songs of Saints|
|30 Apr 1960||The Christian and Capital Punishment||Stedman||Ray||Ray Stedman||Stedman, Ray||Main Service||The Christian and Capital Punishment|