1. The Sin Committed
2. The Role of Satan
3. The Holiness of God
4. The Fear of God
1. Apostles Arrested
2. Apostles Proclaim Christ
3. Authorities Respond
1. The Place of Jesus’ Birth
2. The Humility of Jesus’ Birth
3. The Announcement of Jesus’ Birth
4. The Reaction to Jesus’ Birth
1. The Nature of the Kingdom
2. The Call to Action
3. The Motivation for Action
1. Jesus’ Last Words
2. Jesus Ascension
3. Significance of the Ascension
a. Jesus is enthroned
b. Jesus is interceding for us
c. Jesus has sent the Holy Spirit
d. Jesus will come again
Luke 24: 36-48
1. Jesus Appears
2. Jesus Preaches
a. A Biblical Sermon
b. An Evangelistic Sermon
c. A Missional Sermon
Luke 19:28-40 and Genesis 1:2-4
The One Big Idea: The original mission for God’s people as his light of truth to all nations has never changed and will continue until Jesus Christ returns.
1. God will never be without a witness. It is our privilege as living stones to be his witness.
2. The worldviews we face today are essentially the same as those Jesus faced in the first century.
3. The basis of the Biblical worldview that drives the vision and mission of God’s chosen people is found in Genesis one.
Luke 24: 13-35
1. A Hopeless Walk
2. A Lesson In Scripture
3. A Joyous Revealing
4. An Excited Testimony
The One Big idea: God’s promise of true peace is reserved for those who are lowly in spirit and brokenhearted.
1. The announcement of the birth of Jesus reveals the beginning of God’s work in history to reunite heaven and earth.
2. The angels unique message is of a Savior who will restore God’s image in us, reconcile us to Him, and bring us a true and lasting peace.
3. The promise of peace in all circumstances is for everyone who has received God’s gracious gift of faith in Christ.