The Gospel of Luke

Also on Rumble – Watch our May 15, 2022 Worship service, Dr. Sohrab Ramtin on the Ascension of Jesus

Also on Rumble – Watch our May 15, 2022 Worship service, sermon by Dr. Sohrab Ramtin on Ascension of Jesus. It includes prayers, singing, announcements, special music, and a sermon by Sohrab Ramtin on the ascension of the Lord Jesus Christ from Luke 24:51-53.

The Chapel emphasizes the Lord Jesus Christ through Missions, Prayer, and the Word of God.

Mission Valley Community Chapel a small multigenerational Bible believing Christian church, an Open Plymouth Brethren (Christian Brethren) assembly. All leadership is volunteer, enabling the majority of our giving to go to evangelists and missionaries worldwide. There are opportunities to serve for those interested in participating, including outreach, hospitality, and music.

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Watch our May 15, 2022 Worship service, sermon by Dr. Sohrab Ramtin from Luke 24:51-53

Watch our May 15, 2022 Worship service, sermon by Dr. Sohrab Ramtin from Luke 24:51-53. It includes prayers, singing, announcements, special music, and a sermon by Sohrab Ramtin on the ascension of the Lord Jesus Christ from Luke 24:51-53.

For our musical special, José H. played “Because He Lives“ on the harmonica. I always enjoy how He is able to play the tune and accompaniment of a piece. I don’t know how he does it!

Dr. Sohrab Ramtin spoke on the Ascension of the lord Jesus from Luke 24:51-53. Sohrab showed how the beginning and end of the book of Luke fit together with its teachings about the Lord and how they balanced each other. He noted that the ascension is only in Luke. Also, it is in both of the books written by Luke, his Gospel and the Book of Acts. It is the end of his Gospel and the beginning of Acts.

Sohrab Ramtin broke the Ascension into three parts, event, response, and significance. A good points Sohrab made was that the preaching of the Gospel began in Jerusalem. He noted was where the Lord Jesus had taught and many of the events have taken place. This was a way of showing that it was true. It is very different from saying something happened long ago and far away. The Gospel was first proclaimed where it could be best tested.

Sohrab taught that all will bow to the Lord, either now or as a defeated enemy. He also noted that true worship results in obedience to the Lord. He concluded his sermon with 10 points about the Ascension and a call to commitment.

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Watch Our December 12, 2021 Worship service, sermon by Sam Burton

Watch our December 12, 2021 Worship service, including singing, announcements, a musical special, and a Christmas and Gospel sermon by retired missionary Dr. Sam Burton.

Sam gave a Christmas message from Luke 2:8-9. He then connected it to Exodus 3:13-14 (I am who I am) and the “I am” sayings in the Gospel of John. He also spoke on the feeding of the 5000 (John 6:3-11) and how the Lord Jesus is “The Bread of Life. He brought up John 20:31 and concluded with a Gospel presentation and appeal.

Listen to “The Good Samaritan, a Story Jesus Told” by “Grandma” Joelee

Listen to “The Good Samaritan, a Story Jesus Told” by “Grandma” Joelee, a free children’s Bible audio, at SermonAudio

The PDF is also available there.

“This tells the story of the Good Samaritan and also gives the background for it — why Jesus told it. It includes applications for us now and, of course, connects to the Gospel. For children 4-10, though adults may also enjoy it.” – from SermonAudio

This and her other audios are on SermonAudio and many other podcast sites including iTunes Google Podcasts and Stitcher

These can be just listened to for enjoyment (Psalms 1:2) , used for homeschooling, or in other formal instruction. Some kids like to listen to them while they fall asleep.