The Gospel according to Luke is one of the most important books of the Bible ever written. It is the fullest account we have of the birth, life, death and resurrection of Jesus.
Because it is so large, we are going to focus entirely on the second half of the Gospel. We will take a chapter a week, beginning at chapter 13, and look at it through the lens of The King and His Cross.
As we will see, the twin themes of the kingdom of God and the cross of Christ – which are often set again each other, sometimes in unhelpful ways – are both at the heart of Jesus's life and work. The Gospel is the story of a kingdom, but a kingdom that is established through suffering; it is the story of a substitutionary death on a cross, but the one who dies on the cross is the King of the world.
02 Feb Paradoxes of the Kingdom
09 Feb Excuses and the Cross
16 Feb Lost and Found
23 Feb Using Money Wisely
01 Mar The Coming of the Kingdom
08 Mar Kingdom People
15 Mar The Fruit of Repentance
22 Mar The Stone the Builders Rejected
29 Mar The Destruction of Jerusalem
05 Apr Christ on Trial
10 Apr The Crucifixion
12 Apr The Resurrection
The book of Psalms is the songbook of the Bible containing songs for every season of life – songs of celebration and sorrow, grieving and thanksgiving, disappointment and dedication, praise and prayer.
Join us online as we explore a number of Psalms in our series PSALMS – Songs for All Seasons.