Sermons on Luke
In the crucifixion of Christ, we have a King on a cross by his enemies in order that he brings us into His Kingdom, changing us from enemies of God to friends of God, holy, pure, and faultless. We need to hear that and to proclaim it.
Lesson from Amos: We are not to let our pride keep us from ministry to those around us.
Like Paul, believers in Jesus receive mercy that the grace of our Lord overflows with the faith and love that are in Jesus Christ.
St Augustine gave us this recitation to calm our stress: “O Lord Jesus, I praise you this day. I give myself to you this day. I ask you to guide me this day.”