Sermons on Luke 15

This Man Receives Sinners and Eats with Them

Luke 15:1-2

by John Piper

The Son of Man came to seek and to save that which was lost. He sought them, he received them, he ate with them, and he saved them.

Mission: The Gladness of God

Luke 15:1-10

by John Piper

God's invitation to the banquet of his eternal joy is sent through the church indiscriminately to all people.

The Happiest Days of Heaven

Luke 15:1-10

by John Piper

Jesus is the seeking heart of God going out after sinners and winning our repentance.

Coming to Yourself and Coming to The Father

Luke 15:11-24

by John Piper

When sinners turn from their sin and accept Jesus' fellowship as the joy of their lives, they have come home to God. And God is glad.

The Blinding Effects of Serving God

Luke 15:25-31

by John Piper

It dishonors God to treat him as a master in need of slave labor. What honors God is not slave labor, but childlike faith in his all-sufficiency.

A Tender Word to Pharisees

Luke 15:25-31

by John Piper