Fred Thomson
November 11, 2018
Fred Thomson
Elder

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Luke 16:19-31

100 years ago this Sunday, the "war to end all wars" was officially over.  It was a defining moment for all humanity.  It is important to remember the dead and the survivors, but also to contemplate our present lives and prevent future conflicts.  In Luke 16, Jesus told a parable of a man of wealth and a man of poverty.  As we study this passage, we will consider how we can live our lives better.  But take note... It's not really a story about wealth, so don't expect a sermon about money.  For that matter, Balmoral doesn't even take up an offering!

The Gospel of Luke
The Gospel of Luke

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Luke 24:50-53

The last thing Luke writes about in his Gospel is what has been called the ascension of Jesus.  How might you have felt if you had witnessed this event?  Why do you think there was so much joy at Jesus' ascension?

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Luke 23:32-43

The day Jesus died was filled with drama.  There was conscription, prophecy, sharp words, forgiveness, abuse, promise and even conversion.  What a day!  What was going on? 

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