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On the road again - Luke 24:13-35

This is a sermon from the morning service on 31st October 2021.

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Luke 24:13-35 – On the road again

Introduction

            The journey of faith

            The Pilgrim’s Progress

 

Emmaus: A Hopeless Highway (24:13-29)

 

            “We had hoped…”

 

 

                        ‘Kitchen Maid with the Supper of Emmaus’

 

 

                        Peter Hitchens and the future of civilisation

 

 

 

Calvary: The Road to Redemption (24:25-32)

 

            The Narrow Way before the Golden Streets

 

 

 

 

 

Jerusalem: The City of Conviction (24:33-35)

 

            Courage and Conviction

 

 

Conclusion

 

Questions: What part of the Christian journey are you on? How would you evaluate your current spiritual state? Is it obvious in your life that the eternal has collided with the temporal because of Jesus’ resurrection? How is the cross impacting your journey of faith? What difference should it make to know that we follow the ‘Crucified One’ who has ‘Risen’?    How do we navigate a path full of obstacles and pitfalls? What will it look like in your life to live with courage and conviction?

Luke 24:13-35 – On the road again

Introduction

            The journey of faith

            The Pilgrim’s Progress

 

Emmaus: A Hopeless Highway (24:13-29)

 

            “We had hoped…”

 

 

                        ‘Kitchen Maid with the Supper of Emmaus’

 

 

                        Peter Hitchens and the future of civilisation

 

 

 

Calvary: The Road to Redemption (24:25-32)

 

            The Narrow Way before the Golden Streets

 

 

 

 

 

Jerusalem: The City of Conviction (24:33-35)

 

            Courage and Conviction

 

 

Conclusion

 

Questions: What part of the Christian journey are you on? How would you evaluate your current spiritual state? Is it obvious in your life that the eternal has collided with the temporal because of Jesus’ resurrection? How is the cross impacting your journey of faith? What difference should it make to know that we follow the ‘Crucified One’ who has ‘Risen’?    How do we navigate a path full of obstacles and pitfalls? What will it look like in your life to live with courage and conviction?

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