The Woman with an Issue of Blood (10 of 13) by Brad Whitt
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Series: One Extraordinary Life
Dr. Brad Whitt
INTRO: Take your Bibles now this morning and be finding your place at Luke chapter 8 if you would. It's going to be a great day at Temple and I'm not only excited, I'm expectant, about what Jesus is going to do in and among us here today.
Alright. Luke chapter 8 this morning as we continue in our series of studies on the greatest life that has ever been lived, the life of the Lord Jesus. We've entitled this series of studies, "One Extraordinary Life."
And this morning as we pick up in our study together we're going to make a transition from looking at the events that preceded His earthly ministry to looking at the events that made up His earthly ministry.
Now, just so you don't misunderstand, what we're going to be doing from this point forward is not so much covering every single event and instance in His ministry in a chronological fashion.
What we're going to be doing from this point forward, until we come to the climax and conclusion of this series on East Sunday morning, is this - we're going to be looking at some of the things that He did and learning from some of the things that He said to see what kind of application and instruction His life can have for our life.
That's why I'm excited about beginning this new section in our series of studies together by digging into and disovering what the Lord would have us to learn from Luke chapter 8.
Luke chapter 8 really is one of the great chapters in the Bible because in these 56 fantastic verses we are presented with a powerful, practical and personal portrait of the character and grace of God.
You see, here in Luke chapter 8 we are given a trilogy of miracles.
We're told about:
• A demonized man.
• A diseased woman.
• A dead girl.
And in every single one of these miraculous healings we see the passion of Jesus' heart and the power of Jesus to heal.
These th ...
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