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William J. Subash

Luke 15:11-32

Sermon: The Father Bible Passage: Luke 15:11-32 I. A few highlights on the “father” character in the story 1. A leader who is in command of the family affairs 2. Not overbearing or dictatorial but is present for family affairs 3. Compassionate toward the prodigal son despite all the negatives (15:20) i. The son disposed his father’s…

Philippians 3:5-14

Sermon: New Focus in Life Bible Passage: Philippians 3:5-14 I. Paul underwent a complete transformation when he became a follower of Jesus Christ 1. Prior to his conversion, Paul had many credentials to his advantage—assets/gains (vv. 5-6) a. After his conversion, Paul deliberately distanced himself from those credentials (verses 7-9) b. He de-emphasized his self-promoting heritage and personal…

Genesis 13:8-13; 14:16; 18:22-25

Sermon: Decisions Bible Passage: Genesis 13:8-13; 14:16; 18:22-25 I. The narrator juxtaposes Lot with Abram and shows how they had antithetical character traits 1. Lot’s style of decision making (13:10-11) a. “Lot lifted up his eyes and beheld” the plains of Jordan (Sodom and Gomorra) b. What Lot saw was a “well-watered land like the garden of…

Psalm 130

Sermon: From the Depths Bible Passage: Psalm 130 I. The psalmist, who was in a believer, landed in “the Depth”  (verse 1) 1. “The Depth” refers to a deep place which is close to Sheol or the Abyss—a place far from God a. A deep bottomless hole that does not have a stable bottom (a…

Acts 27-28

Sermon: Divine Disruptions Bible Passage: Acts 27–28 I. Primary destination, Italy (27:1; cf. verse 6) II. Temporary destination, Phoenix a harbor in Crete (27:12) III. Reliable ship with the team of reliable crew 1. In the course of their voyage, their direction changed, and ship was not in their control because of a wind called “northeaster” 27:18-20)…

Philippians 4:15-20

Sermon: Giving and Receiving Bible Passage: Philippians 4:15-20 I. Philippian Christians supported Paul’s ministry financially when he left Philippi for Achaea via Thessalonica (verses 15-16; cf. Acts 17:1) 1. Paul calls their financial support koinonia 2. Paul mentions about it in 2 Cor 8:1-5 where he uses different terms for their financial support a. Grace (verse 1) b….

Luke 2:41-52

Sermon: Gospel Centered Upbringing Bible Passage: Luke 2:41-52 This narrative is a great model for Luke’s readers with regard to Jesus’ identity and His mission I. Jesus had developed deep passion for the Scripture (2:46) (He loved Scripture so much that He was separated from His earthly parents for three days in order to study from teachers!)…

Luke 24:13-35

Sermon: New Beginning Bible Passage: Luke 24:13-35 I. Introductory remarks II. Following Jesus’ burial, the followers of Jesus were pushed into a deep crisis 1. On the first day of the week, i.e., on the day of resurrection, two followers of Jesus were traveling to Emmaus 2. While on their walk, they were talking and debating (verse…

Luke 23:44-46

Sermon: God’s Atonement for Sinful Humanity Bible Passage: Luke 23:44-46 I. Two portents For three hours—from 12 noon to 3 pm, there was darkness over the whole land (verse 44) 1. The sun stopped shining (verse 45) 2. It is impossible to have a solar eclipse on the Passover Day because the Passover happens on a full moon…

Zechariah 9:9-10; Luke 19:28-44

Sermon: Jesus the King (A Day of Enthronement of King Jesus) Bible Passage: Zechariah 9:9-10; Luke 19:28-44 I. Luke presents Jesus as the expected Jewish King in various places: 1. Luke 1:32 He will be great and will be called the Son of the Most High. And the Lord God will give to him the throne of…