Grace Church Abu Dhabi Sermons
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In this passage Jesus explains why it is urgent that each of us repents, and how he helps us repent.
In this passage, Jesus gives us a command with a warning, to be ready for his return. He also provides us with reasons and promises to build our life upon as we seek to obey this command..
In this passage, Jesus speaks toward our anxieties and gives us reasons not to worry.
In this passage Jesus exposes the dangerous lie of covetousness, explains why it's a lie, and tells us what to pursue instead.
In this passage Jesus gives his disciples two reasons to avoid hypocrisy, and five reasons to be bold in witness.
In this passage, Jesus reveals the sin of the Pharisees and lawyers.
In this powerful teaching passage Jesus gives us five reasons to motivate us to read, study, trust, and obey the word of God.
Here Jesus explains how his casting out of demons shows that God's kingdom is here, which means Jesus has started a war to save Satan's captives. He explains that there's no neutrality in this war; we are either gathering with him, or against him.
Jesus explains what topics should be the focus of our prayer, how we should pray persistently, and why we should pray persistently.
In this passage, Luke shows us two contrasting actions of Martha and Mary when Jesus is at Martha's house to highlight an important truth for us to see.
In this message we dig into Jesus' teaching, and ask: What does it mean to love God? And to love our neighbor? And why are these necessary for inheriting eternal life?
In this powerful passage Jesus teaches us where true joy is and is not found, and why we who live in this New Testament period are blessed with such joy.
In this passage, Luke shows how Jesus sent out more disciples to go before him and announce that the kingdom of God has come near.
In this section of Luke Jesus teaches about what makes someone in ministry great, the importance of unity among believers, how to respond to unbelief, and what it means to follow him.
Jesus has told the disciples that he would be arrested and killed, and rise again. This was hard for them to accept, so in today's passage we see what God does to strengthen their faith, and what the disciples could do as well.
In this passage we learn that following Jesus not only means trusting that his death forgives our sins, but also trusting that his glory satisfies our hearts.
In this passage Jesus shows us that we are all called to share the gospel and minister to lost people, and how, as we do that, God will give us everything we need, and more.
In this passage, Luke draws our attention to two amazing miracles of Jesus displaying his power over sickness and death. Yet, the focus is on the faith shown and commanded in the passage.
In this passage we see not only the horrifying ways demons oppress people, but also the astonishing power of Jesus in freeing people, and how freed people respond to Jesus.
In this passage we see Jesus displaying his authority over wind and waves, and learn why the disciples never should have been worried, and how we can overcome worry.
In this passage, Luke shares a teaching of Jesus that challenges us to truly hear the word of God and respond in faith.
What causes lack of love for Jesus? And what can we do to increase our love? Jesus' words about this sinful woman, who wept at his feet in the Pharisees' house, answer those crucial questions.
In this passage Jesus not only persuades us that he's the Messiah, he also explains why the kingdom of God is so valuable that it's worth pursuing above all else.
During this season when many are feeling anxious and unsettled, Luke gives us three powerful reasons why we should come to Jesus and believe him him.
In the Resh stanza of Psalm 119, we see how the psalmist runs to God for life through His word.
In this sermon we learn that the reason we sin so much is because we are bad trees, whose nature produces only the fruit of sin. But we also see how serious this is, because judgment will come to all bad trees. But there's good news: God loves to change bad trees into good trees. Here's how that can happen to you.…
In this passage Jesus shocks us by calling us to love our enemies and give to those who ask from us. He also gives us two powerful motivations for living this way, while also pointing out a crucial step we must take if we are to help others get free from their sin.
The path of obedience can be costly. And sometimes the possibility of cost can keep us from obeying. But in this passage Jesus explains why all those who endure cost for his sake are richly blessed now and forever.
In this passage Paul not only corrects the Corinthian church's practice of Communion, he also teaches us the purpose of Communion, and how we should celebrate Communion.
In this passage, we see that the forgiveness Jesus offers is our greatest need and how grace demands a response.
In this passage Paul gives a summary of the gospel, and explains how we can know it's true, all to motivate us to hold fast to the gospel and not drift into sin and unbelief.
In this passage Luke tells us what Peter experienced, and saw in Jesus, that made him want to leave everything to follow Jesus.
In this section of Luke's gospel he teaches us that Jesus has absolute authority in teaching, over demons, and over sickness -- and how his authority is beautifully mingled with tenderness and compassion.
In Luke 4 Jesus declares that he is the Messiah, and all the people rejoice about this -- but for the wrong reason. In this sermon we explore what that wrong reason was, and what this teaches us about the right reason.
Zechariah is filled with the Spirit and prophesies that the Messiah will be the prophesied horn of salvation, who frees us from all our personal and spiritual enemies, establishes God's covenant with us, and brings forgiveness of sins.
Luke's focus in this section is the joy Jesus gives to Mary, Elizabeth, and her baby, explaining what this joy is and is not, and how we can all experience it.