Of Midgets and Messiahs: Luke 19:1-27
If you have been raised in the church you have surely heard the story of Zacchaeus and Jesus.
It is a flannel-board classic. It even has a Scottish themed song (It has to be Scottish because it contains the phrase “wee lit’le”) In Luke 19, we follow Jesus as he retraces the steps of Israel from the Jordan, to Jericho, and on to Jerusalem. As Jesus makes this historic journey, the pharisees grumble about Christ’s actions. This sermon explores the expectations we have of God. Often times, these expectations have more to do with our dreamed up messiah, not who Christ actually is. Click here to download the sermon or listen using the player below.
About futonreformerI am a pastor in the PCA serving in Myrtle Beach, SC. I am a sixth generation Tampa native and I love the Rays and Bucs!
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