Teaching from Pastor Luke at JLP.church in Anchorage, Alaska.
The Road Out
Have you ever wanted to get out of a bad place but didn't know when or if you'd be able to leave? We're starting a new series of messages about the time when God's people found the Road Out ... the road out of Egypt. Pastor Luke looks at Exodus 2:23-3:10 in "The Road Out," the first message in a new series, "The Road Out."
The account of Easter that Peter tells Cornelius in Acts 10 lacks many of the details we are familiar with from other tellings. Even so, this story may speak most clearly to a modern audience wondering how something that happened 2000 years ago could it means we can trust all his other promises. Pastor Luke teaches from Acts 10:34-43 in "Universal."
Caution to the Wind
What is the best way, in light of what God has done for us in Christ, for us to live now? Are we supposed to straighten up and fly right? Does it even matter, if we live under grace? John suggests a third option in his telling of the Palm Sunday story. Pastor Luke teaches from John 12:1-17 in "Caution to the Wind."
We've been talking about false testimony. But sometimes testimony might be true, and still unacceptable? What should we do when the truth is simply insufferable? Pastor Luke looks at Acts 26:24-32 in "Viewpoint Diversity," the concluding message in his series, "Loose Lips."
The baseball player Dizzy Dean said, "It ain't braggin' if you can do it." Maybe not. But bragging (by whatever name) can still be false testimony, even if you *can* do it. Pastor Luke teaches from 2 Corinthians 11:30-33 in "Blessed," part 4 of his 5-part series, "Loose Lips."
We've been studying the commandment against testifying falsely, and we've learned we don’t have to be in a courtroom setting to do it. But it's possible to testify falsely without saying a single word. Pastor Luke teaches from Acts 15:36-39 in "Spin Control," part 3 of his 5-part series, "Loose Lips."
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Caution to the Wind
Super good! I want to partner with The LORD, and the lesson to move forward with the next thing, that I am free, not paroled having to keep my nose clean, that God will work with me and my actions helps me get unstuck.