Lessons From Luke: The Death of Christ completes our year-long study into Luke’s Gospel by examining his account of Yahshua’s sacrifice and comparing it to Matthew, Mark and John to prove the similarities. This final sermon explains several Old Testament prophecies that were fulfilled on the Cross by Jesus and why He had to “lay down His life willfully” in order to provide the final sacrifice for His Israelite people.
Lessons From Luke: The Life of Christ outlines “Luke’s Special Section” of chapters 9 to 19 which cover parables found only in this apostle’s Gospel. This sermon probes Yahshua’s teachings of The Good Samaritan, The Prodigal Son and The Unjust Steward’s often-abused statement; “Those enemies of mine who did not want me to be king over them–bring them here and kill them in front of me” (Luke 19:27).
Lessons From Luke: The Youth of Christ clarifies several important deeds done by the young Yahshua Messiah using the Gospel of Luke and Gnostic text of Thomas’s Gospel of the Infancy of Jesus Christ. This sermon illustrates numerous key points mentioned in The Birth of Christ like His birthplace, circumcision and creating of clay golem (Hebrew “galmi” meaning “my unshaped form”) and commanding they live.
Lessons From Luke: The Birth of Christ examines key points from the so-called “nativity story” that are often overlooked and seldom taught by mainstream Churchianity. Were the three wise shepherds Israelites? Was Jesus born in a barn without a midwife? What specific prophecies did He fulfill during his birth and death? This enthusiastic sermon attempts to answer these questions from Luke’s extensive Gospel.
Lessons From Luke: The Beloved Physician observes the apostle Luke himself and his specific reasons for writing his expansive Gospel. How do we handle the flesh? Is prayer important? How do we obtain healing? This sermon explains why this medical doctor would remain faithful to Paul and felt led to transcribe the most detailed account of Yahshua’s ministry with particulars unavailable in the other narratives.
Lessons From Luke (Promo) is a “teaser” for our upcoming three-part series from Luke’s gospel showcasing the Birth, Life and Death of Yahshua Messiah. Statistics relating to our completed series on Luke are provided! This sermon showcases the songs of both Mary and Zechariah from the Amplified King James version in order to explain some lesser-known facts pertaining to our Redeemer and John the Baptist.
Luke Bloops! (Part #2) is a collection of outtakes, bloopers, alternative takes and unreleased material considered either too hardcore, needless or amateur for broadcast. This final segment was recorded between May and September 2014 and covers the Gospel of saint Luke chapters 18 to 24 respectively. The last of a two-part series designed to show how name-dropping takes away from teaching Yahweh’s Word.
Luke Bloops! (Part #1) is a collection of outtakes, bloopers, alternative takes and unreleased material considered either too hardcore, needless or amateur for broadcast. This first segment was recorded between January and May 2014 and covers the Gospel of saint Luke chapters 1 to 18 respectively. The first of a two-part series designed to show how name-dropping takes away from teaching Yahweh’s Word.
Gospel of Luke (Part #76) completes our lengthy study into the Gospel according to Luke by examining Yahshua’s final works and promise of the Holy Spirit. Christ makes himself known to the remaining disciples and proves He resurrected in bodily form in accordance with “Moses’ Law and the Old Testament prophets.” This final sermon teaches on our Messiah’s ascension and leads up to the first chapter of Acts perfectly.
Gospel of Luke (Part #75) sermonizes on the three women that discover Christ’s empty tomb and report it to the unbelieving disciples. Why does Peter run to Jesus’ vacant grave to see “linen clothes” and walk away stunted? Why does Luke use the words angels and men interchangeably? In this lecture Yahshua appears in the flesh to two disciples on their trip to Emmaus who provide an overview of His recent Crucifixion.