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Sermon Wrap Up for July 22

I honestly thought about not posting yesterday’s sermons, because yesterday morning just did not come off as the sermon I thought I should be preaching. Such is life, though, and rather than hide a dud, I’ll admit that some days are not so good.

Morning audio link (alternate here)

Evening audio link (alternate here)

Morning outline:

(The first story is the healing of the Centurion's Servant. I preached the parallel passage in Matthew back in January. ) (Alternate Audio here)

July 22 AM Luke 7:1-17

Worthy or not--who deserves the healing and provision of Jesus?

The miracles:

I. The Centurion: the healing of his slave at from a distance

II. The Widow of Nain: the healing of her son up close

The crowds

I. The Centurion: 

II. The Widow of Nain

Evening Outline:

Note: Much of the general idea of this series is drawn from J. Scott Duvall's Experiencing God's Story of Life and Hope. I would recommend you grab a copy.

Ephesians 4:20-25

Ephesians 4:17-27


I. Came to Christ not through sensuality or greediness


II. Cast off the old self


III. Commit to the truth


IV. Clear away falsehood and anger


V. Cling to the Lord

Becoming a person of truth

Truthfulness with God

Truthfulness with others

Truthfulness with ourselves

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