Christ of God Two Questions sermon video. While Jesus prayed with his disciples he asked two questions. Who do people say I? Who do you say I am? Peter said, You are the Christ of God. Have you ever been praying and felt God asked you questions? I have. Actually, I think it’s every time I seriously pray in private. Why does Jesus ask us questions?


Christ of God Two Questions sermon video Luke 9:18-25

By Delbert Young


Sermon notes


Christ of God Two Questions sermon video Luke 9:18-25

Scriptures: Luke 9:18-20; Luke 9:21; Luke 9:22; Luke 9:23-24; Philippians 2:12-13; Matthew 6:33; Luke 9:25

Luke 9:18-20 Once when Jesus was PRAYING IN PRIVATE AND HIS DISCIPLES WERE WITH HIM, he asked them, “WHO DO THE CROWDS SAY I AM?” They replied, “Some say John the Baptist; others say Elijah; and still others, that one of the prophets of long ago has come back to life.” “But what about you?” he asked. “WHO DO YOU SAY I AM?” Peter answered, “The Christ of God.”

Jesus asked two questions. So, why are these two questions so special every Bible teacher I know references them two millennia later? Usually, their emphasis is Peter’s response, but the emphasis was the questions stimulating the response.

I think it interesting Jesus asked these questions. Even more interesting he asked these questions when Jesus, the center of the trinity and God himself, was praying in private and his disciples were with him. If it’s important and critical for Jesus, the Son of God, to pray, it’s beyond critically important for us to pray. Do you agree prayer is critically important for the Christian? (continue sermon notes)

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