Luke 21. The events of the end times have already budded in this world. Let's be set apart from this world and hold to Jesus Christ.
The Resurrection Separates Us from Those Who Live for this World
Luke 20:27-47. Without belief in the resurrection, people become rooted in money, possessions, social esteem, and physical comforts. There is eternal life through Jesus, the Son of God.
Money, Especially the Digital Currency, Belongs to the Government, but Give to God what is His
Luke 20:20-26. The money supply is becoming digital, which will indisputably belong to the government, meanwhile, give to God what belongs to Him, which is our mind and heart.
Jesus Christ is the Most Important Building Piece, Whom this World Rejects
Luke 20:9-19. Jesus Christ tells about the destruction coming to Israel and to all who reject Him to build their own world.
The Churches of Today Oppose the Gospel on Grounds of Who Has Authority
Luke 20:1-8. The leadership of the churches oppose the Gospel of Christ based on what authority Jesus has in today's world.
The Temple of God, Our Body, has Become a Den of Thieves
Luke 19:45-48. Our body is the temple of God, but today it has been robbed of the Holy Spirit and prayer.
Humility Prepares a Place in Our Soul for Jesus to Set
Luke 19:28-44. The humility within us prepares a place for the Spirit of Christ to set. Without humility and praise to God turbulence and tribulation comes.
Heaven is not a Place on Earth, Be Faithful to the Gospel and Holy Spirit
Luke 19:11-27. Heaven is not a place on earth. God wants us to be faithful to Jesus Christ and the Holy Spirit. There are eternal treasures in Heaven for faithfulness. There is eternal torment for the unfaithful.
Climbing Above the Crowd to See Jesus, Humbly Coming Down to Serve Him
Luke 19:1-9. The masses block the ability to see Jesus, but we have to humbly come apart from the crowd and live for Jesus.
What Does it All Mean? Jesus Has Mercy on us As He Walks to His Crucifixion and Death
Luke 18:31-43. Jesus has mercy on us as the crowds are bustling and He walks towards his crucifixion and death.