Live in the Light
Live in the Light
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Robbie Symons is the founding Pastor of Harvest Oakville, and the voice of Live in the Light. His greatest passion is to see Jesus Christ glorified as people realize their potential only through His amazing power. Robbie went on air in 2014, and has been speaking of the power and grace of the Lord and sharing His teachings through Live in the Light since. Robbie and his wife Gillian live in Burlington, Ontario with their four children.
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We're in the middle of our Let Me Tell You A Story series, delving deep into the amazing parables unique to the gospel of Luke. Today, we're learning about God's amazing grace in the well-known, life-changing story of Two Sons: one rebellious, one self-righteous... both in need of salvation. Discover once again God's insatiable longing for our salvation, His unending mercy and His incredible love for us, though we are all sinners who straybuy series
C.S. Lewis said, ʺThe business of heaven is joy...ʺ and today, through two of Jesus' wonderful teaching stories, the Parable of the Lost Sheep and the Parable of the Lost Coin, we learn that heaven's joy is God's joy becoming our joy! Rest assured: God searches out those who are truly lost and truly repentant... and have no doubt, He will find you. That's why we must sing out to Him with all of our hearts, today and every day. If the business of heaven is joy, let's give heaven our business!buy series
You may be surprised to learn that the second most taught virtue in the New Testament, after love, is humility. Today on Live in the Light, we're taught through another parable unique to Luke about the dangers of living pridefully. At its core, pride is self-exaltation. When we promote, worship and exalt ourselves, then we place God second... and He is the only answer, the only truth, the only One worthy of our worship. You can't win with pride... and you can't lose with humility!buy series
Throughout Scripture, our Lord makes it abundantly clear the importance of His followers bearing fruit for His glory... and yet He is patient. In today's lesson, we learn more about God's great patience through our examination of the parables unique to Luke. The metaphor in Luke 13:6-9 is crystal clear: the fruit Jesus longs for in our lives includes repentance and a complete embracing of our Saviour by faith and faith alone. ʺBut the day of the Lord will come like a thief and the heavens will pass away with a roar...ʺ (2 Peter 3:10) Are you ready?buy series
One of the great temptations of the human heart is the love of money. As we continue in this awesome series, Let Me Tell You A Story, we hear in another parable unique to Luke that we must constantly guard our hearts against greed. Jesus says ʺ...for one's life does not consist in the abundance of possessionsʺ in Luke 12:14-15, and yet in this fallen world, it seems that our possessions are the only measure of our success.
Time for a heart check! Are you giving to God's glory? Are you giving sacrificially? Why not?Buy series
Colossians 1: 21-23
2 Corinthians 4: 1-18
1 Peter 2:4–10
2 Timothy 4:1–5