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Luke

Sermon on Dec 7, 2008

Luke 1:1-7

The Lord's Day Morning

December 7, 2008

Luke 1:1-7

“Gospel Beginnings”

Dr. J. Ligon Duncan III

If you have your Bibles, I'd invite you to turn with me to the Gospel of Luke, chapter one. We begin today a study through this great Gospel of the Lord Jesus Christ. I was on the phone on Wednesday in a conference call in which John MacArthur was participating, and he...

Luke

Sermon on Dec 14, 2008

Luke 1:5-25

The Lord's Day Morning December 14, 2008

Luke 1:5-25 “Scared Stiff by an Angel, Struck Dumb by Unbelief”

Dr. J. Ligon Duncan III

Amen. If you have your Bibles, I'd invite you to turn with me to Luke, chapter one, as we continue to work our way through the Gospel of Luke and as we give attention to the things that led up to the Christmas story.

Today...

The Greatest Story Ever Told

Sermon on Dec 8, 2002

Luke 1:26-45

Turn with me now to the gospel of Luke, chapter 1, and we'll pick up the reading at verse 26. Hear now the word of God.

‘Now in the sixth month, God sent the angel Gabriel to Nazareth, a town in Galilee, to a virgin pledged to be married to a man named Joseph, a descendant of David. The virgin's name was Mary...

Christmas Series: Nine Lessons and Carols

Sermon on Dec 16, 2007

Luke 1:26-38

The Lord's Day Morning

December 16, 2007

Luke 1:26-38

Nine Lessons and Carols

The Fifth Lesson

Offspring of a Virgin

Dr. Derek W. H. Thomas

Now turn in your Bibles if you would to the Gospel of Luke We are looking at this extraordinary liturgy that's been around now for over a hundred years or so from Cambridge, the Nine Lessons and Carols, and these Lord's Days...

Christmas Series: A Festival of 9 Lessons and Carols

Sermon on Dec 14, 2005

Luke 1:26-28

I'd invite you to turn with me to Luke, chapter one. There are outlines of the message tonight and if you don't have one, raise a hand and we’ll get you one. There are a couple in the back, OK?...Luke, chapter one, beginning in verse 26.

This is an extraordinarily rich passage. This is the fifth of the Nine Lessons and Carols. We’ll do Lesson...

Veiled in Flesh

Sermon on Dec 3, 2017

Luke 1:26-38

Well, this morning is the first Sunday in the Advent season, so we are taking a break for this season from our usual studies in Paul's first letter to the Corinthians as we are reminded of the meaning and the significance of the birth of the Lord Jesus and as we celebrate together His first coming. We're taking a break to consider the message, the meaning of the...

Christmas Series

Sermon on Dec 21, 2008

Luke 1:26-38

I'd invite you to turn with me to chapter one, as we continue to work our way through the Book of Luke. We’re in the passage which is known as the annunciation; that is, where the angel Gabriel comes to announce to the Virgin Mary God's purposes. It is a well-known passage to us.

Luke is of course pointing to the greatness of Jesus in all...

Luke

I'd invite you to turn with me to chapter one, as we continue to work our way through the Book of Luke. We’re in the passage which is known as the annunciation; that is, where the angel Gabriel comes to announce to the Virgin Mary God's purposes. It is a well-known passage to us.

Luke is of course pointing to the greatness of Jesus in all...

Luke

Sermon on Dec 28, 2008

Luke 1:39-45

The Lord's Day Morning

December 28, 2008

Luke 1:39-45

“Communion in God's Providence”

Dr. J. Ligon Duncan III

If you have your Bibles, I'd invite you to turn with me to Luke, chapter one, as we continue our way through this Gospel. The text of the beautiful song that was just sung is not only appropriate for the end of the year, it's appropriate for the passage we're...

Veiled in Flesh

Sermon on Dec 10, 2017

Luke 1:39-45

On this second Sunday in Advent, we are continuing to consider the Christmas story through the lens of the experience of the virgin Mary. It is a fascinating and, I think, important fact to notice that both at the beginning of the story of Jesus’ first coming and at its conclusion, both at the incarnation and at the resurrection, the first witnesses are women. At a time when the news is filled...

The Greatest Story Ever Told

Sermon on Dec 14, 2002

Luke 1:46-54

If you have your Bibles, I'd invite you to turn with me to Luke, chapter 1, the 46th verse. We're working through this greatest story ever told this month, the stories immediately prior to and about the birth of Jesus Christ recorded in Luke chapters 1 and 2, and there are four particular passages that we're looking at. Derek has already introduced us to the passage in...

Luke

Sermon on Jan 4, 2009

Luke 1:46-56

The Lord's Day Morning

January 4, 2009

Luke 1:46-56

“Mary: On the Christian Life”

Dr. J. Ligon Duncan III

Great is Thy faithfulness Lord. This is our song as we come into Your house this morning to meet with You, to hear Your word; for You to speak Your truth deep into our heart, for our hearts to overflow in gratitude and praise to You. We say, “Great...

Veiled in Flesh

Sermon on Dec 17, 2017

Luke 1:46-56

Over these weeks of Advent so far, we have walked with Mary through the events of Christ’s first coming and listened in as the angel, Gabriel, announced to her, her miraculous pregnancy. We went with Mary on her journey last Lord’s Day Morning to visit cousin Elizabeth in the hill country of Judah and we saw the explosive joy that characterized their meeting. You remember Elizabeth was so...

Christmas Series: Luke's Christmas Liturgy

Sermon on Dec 3, 2006

Luke 1:46-55

The Lord's Day Morning

December 3, 2006

Luke 1:46-55

“Luke's Christmas Liturgy:

Magnificat: Mary Was a Shorter Catechism Girl”

Dr. Derek W. H. Thomas

Amen, and as Ligon was saying earlier, of course, the choir has just been singing what is the text this morning, The Magnificat, the song of Mary. So turn with me now in your Bibles to Luke 1, and we're going to read...

Advent Songs

Sermon on Nov 29, 2015

Luke 1:46-55

Well it has come faster than you thought, right? Thanksgiving’s over; Advent has begun. It seems to come faster every single year. It is nevertheless, I think, useful for us in the Sundays leading up to Christmas to make use of the time and remind ourselves of the great mystery that stands at the heart of the Christian message - that God became man for us...

Luke

Sermon on Jan 11, 2009

Luke 1:57-66

The Lord's Day Morning

January 11, 2009

Luke 1:57-66

“His Name Is John”

Dr. J. Ligon Duncan III

Amen. If you have your Bibles, I'd invite you to turn with me to Luke, chapter one, as we continue to make our way through the Gospel of Luke together. The last time we were with Zechariah, he had literally been struck dumb. He was mute because he struggled to...

Advent Songs

Sermon on Dec 6, 2015

Luke 1:67-79

We continue our Advent series looking at the four songs with which the opening chapters of the book of Luke begin. There is, as we said last time, a real sense in which these four songs could be called the very first Christmas carols, songs of praise, the first songs of praise in response to the coming of the Lord Jesus Christ. And last Lord’s Day...

Christmas Series: Luke's Christmas Liturgy

Sermon on Dec 10, 2006

Luke 1:67-79

The Lord's Day Morning

December 10, 2006

Luke 1:67-79

“Luke's Christmas Liturgy:

Benedictus: Covenant Mercy and Remembrance”

Dr. J. Ligon Duncan III

Amen. If you have your Bibles, I'd invite you to turn with me to Luke 1, as we continue to work through Luke's Christmas Liturgy, this set of four songs in the early chapters of The Gospel of Luke that give us a unique window into...

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