Today the pastor preached on Luke 11:33-36, and had the following four points:
- God’s light shines everywhere.
- Unbelief is the problem for not seeing the light.
- Believing you see when actually you do not.
- The blessing of really seeing.
In the first point, the pastor talked on how Jesus is, “God’s light,” by taking us to John 1:1-5. In the second point, he talked on how unbelief is the cause for an unbeliever to not be able to see Christ. He used the Pharisees as an example of this, by referring to how they (in the previous passage in Luke (Luke 11:29-32)) asked Jesus for sign to prove that He was the Messiah. Of course, He had already done many miracles that proved Him to be the Messiah, and so it was their unbelief that blinded them.
Unfortunately the memory of the other two points has somewhat faded from me, but overall it really was an enjoyable sermon, which was centered upon Jesus.