Doubting Generation video. What happens when a generation doubts Jesus is God? What happens when a nation’s leaders doubt? I want each of us to ask, “Where are our generation and our nation’s leaders concerning Jesus? It makes a huge difference not only what our spiritual leaders believe, but also what our national leaders believe. Together they determine where our generation and the future generations go.

THE GOSPEL ACCORDING TO LUKE CHAPTER 7

By Delbert Young

Doubting Generation video (Luke 7:29-35)

Doubting Generation video

Sermon notes

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Doubting Generation video Luke 7:29-35

Scriptures: Scriptures: Luke 7:29-30; Luke 7:31-32; Luke 9:41; Luke 11:29; Luke 11:50; Luke 11:51; Luke 17:25; Matthew 23:36; Matthew 24:34; Luke 7:32; Luke 7:33; Luke 7:34; Daniel 7:13-14; Matthew 16:27-28; Matthew 24:21, 27-28, 34; Luke 7:34; Luke 7:35

 

You understand, I can’t say much in a political nature, but I can ask you where our generation, meaning nation, is going. Either way you think, good or bad, can we say it’s because our “experts” have or have not rejected God’s purpose for themselves?

It makes a huge difference not only what our spiritual leaders believe, but also what our national leaders believe. Together they determine where our generation and the future generations go. They are leaders leading you and me somewhere. Though the people “acknowledged that God’s way was right,” it didn’t matter.The leaders – “experts” – were leading their entire nation to doom.

Sometimes, we’re not interested in our national leaders and their belief in God’s purpose for themselves. Jesus shows us neglecting this will eventually produce an adverse effect on a nation. Eventually, this will come down on a generation and that generation will pay the judgment. Jesus said in the next verse,

Luke 7:31-32 “To what, then, can I compare THE PEOPLE OF THIS GENERATION? What are THEY like? They are LIKE CHILDREN sitting in the marketplace and calling out to each other: “‘We played the flute for you, and you did not dance; we sang a dirge, and you did not cry.’

Notice it’s the people of this generation. This is about real people. It’s about an entire generation of people – a nation of people who will be ravaged and destroyed because their leaders “rejected God purpose for themselves.” (continue sermon notes)

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