Posts tagged Ryan Eagy
God's Promise, Power, and People

Acts 8:4–40. We say that God’s Promise is his Pleasure in Peoples on purpose because God is after the multifaceted display of his glory through many different people groups. And he does this by keeping his promise through the power of his Holy Spirit.

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Spiritual Gifts

1 Corinthians 12:1–11. 1) The Holy Spirit: THE Gift from God. 2) Spiritual Gifts: Unique Expressions through Unique People. 3) Expressions: Glory to God and grace to us. 3) Pursue: All these expressions!

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The Death of the Son of God

Luke 23:26–49. Don’t run past the death of Jesus. Don’t miss Jesus’s mission. See the grotesqueness of our sin in light of a Savior on the cross. Know that Jesus is for you, even to your end. And come wanting more—for his death leaves us wanting and needing hope.

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I do, you watch — You do, I help

Luke 18:15–19:10. Have you made your receiving of the kingdom of God too complicated? Do you think there are countless books to read, confessions to memorize, nuanced theological points that you need to have settled before you can have faith in Jesus?

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Jesus' Identity: Sending of the 12 and Feeding the 5,000

Luke 9:1–17. We’ve been exploring the question, “Who is this Jesus?” And we’ve seen that Jesus is the Son of God come in authority and power to save and empower his people through the cross. And as Christians, we are left with the charge: “Return to your home and declare how much God has done for you.” (Luke 8:39) What we see today is that Jesus unpacks how we are to do that: in his power in utter dependence! He has empowered us to take this message forth to the entire world.

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Jesus' Parables

Luke 15:1–32. Jesus tells the Pharisees and the scribes three parables, all about the sinners and those who are lost. The three truth’s that Jesus shares are meant to shape the way we think about the lost sinners we know. And they beg the question: Are you seeking the lost that you might rejoice with God?

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Jesus' Parables

Luke 13:18–30 and Luke 14:25–35. Even when it may not look like it, Jesus is building and expanding his Kingdom with his disciples. Jesus is building a Kingdom of disciples, and we should strive to enter through relationship with Jesus! Jesus’s disciples are to count the cost to enter his Kingdom—it will be everything. A disciple can be useless and of no value to the Kingdom. Let us delight that we have been called as disciples into the Kingdom of Jesus! Let us come to him thankful that we have a role to play in this magnificent plan of God’s as a disciple creating disciples.

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Advent & The Gospel of Luke

Luke 1:26–38. Luke, the writer of the Gospel of Luke does something no other writer of a gospel does—He juxtaposes the promises of Jesus’ birth with the promise of the birth of John the Baptist. He records John’s backstory in as much detail as he does Jesus’s birth and the events leading up to it. As we look at the birth of our Savior and compare it to what God was doing in John the Baptist’s narrative, we will see the same amazing picture that Luke wants us to see as well—that our God is working and our God is coming!

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