Stick with this one – it gets really good at the end (but you need the whole thing to get that part). Matt Rundio preached this sermon on June 30, 2019 at Scottsdale First Church of the Nazarene.
In this sermon, Matt weaves together insights from Luke 8:26-39, 1 Kings 19:1-15, and Galatians 3:23-29. The sermon begins by talking about a story of a man possessed by demons, in chains, living among the tombs. We wonder, “who is this man, this person possessed by demons?”
The sermon from Pentecost Sunday, 2019 (June 9, 2019). Matt wonders, “Why and how does Pentecost matter now?” In answering that question, Matt recaps the entire work of Luke-Acts and shows how we might continue to live into this story. Here is the written summary of Luke-Acts that Matt provides partway through the sermon: One […]
Matt Rundio preached this sermon on the Sixth Sunday in Easter, 2019 (May 26, 2019). It includes a brief introduction to the genre of the book of Revelation, then looks at some of the imagery of “the end,” what many think of as “heaven.” We are drawn into hope, hear an invitation to remain faithful, […]