Author Archives: Scott Lane

About Scott Lane

Executive Pastor, Ministry

Terrifying Thought

Re:Verse reading–Luke 24:1-12, 33-49 (day five)  There are several times mentioned that the disciples were scared, troubled, afraid, and confused. However, the most terrifying thought comes at the end of this passage in verse 45 (Then He opened their minds … Continue reading

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Hearts Ready to Respond

Re:Verse reading–Luke 23:1-27, 32-49 (day five) There is an interesting similarity and a dramatic contrast between Herod and the second thief on the cross. Both had heard the stories and testimonies of who Jesus was. Vs. 8 Now Herod was … Continue reading

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Re: Verse reading–Luke 16:19-31 (day five) ‘They have Moses and the Prophets; let them hear them.’ ‘If they do not listen to Moses and the Prophets, they will not be persuaded even if someone rises from the dead.’” The message … Continue reading

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Heart Check

Re:Verse reading–Luke 15:1-2, 11-32 (day five) The effects of sin are clearly portrayed in the heart and life of the younger son. His sin separates him (by his own choosing) from his father. The older brother has sin he must deal … Continue reading

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One Affects the Other

Re:Verse reading–Luke 7:36-50 (day five) The story of the Pharisee in Luke 7 starts off on a high note. He invites Jesus to eat at his house. This is gonna be a good night. Time with the savior, teaching from … Continue reading

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Eternal Perspective

Re:Verse reading—Luke 6:17-45 (day five) It’s a hard lesson to learn,  children and teens experience it too- the rejection and tension that living like Christ in the world causes. We often times believe that living with purity, integrity, and holiness … Continue reading

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Re:Verse reading–Luke 5:1-11 (day five) The world has it wrong…  It says “Meekness = Weakness”.  Our current culture has distorted humility to mean that “I am lowly, insignificant, and incapable of being productive in any facet of life”.  What Jesus … Continue reading

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Re:Verse reading–Luke 4:14-30 (day five)  vs. 16 “and as was His custom, He entered the synagogue on the Sabbath, and stood up to read.” The first week in January is when many of us will make resolutions.  Changes, course corrections, … Continue reading

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Re:Verse passage – Luke 4:1-13 (day five)  3 And the devil said to Him, “If You are the Son of God, tell this stone to become bread.” There is striking similarity in the strategy of Satan in the temptation of Jesus … Continue reading

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Re:Verse reading–Luke 3:1-20  (day five) What is an indicator of a repentant and forgiven heart?  What evidence is there for a soul and life that claims to follow Christ and His Word?  It has been the same throughout scripture.  FRUIT.  Look at … Continue reading

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