Lesson 35: The Heart of Unbelief (Luke 7:29-35)Related Media
Since Jesus entered our world, people have been forced to ask the question, “What am I going to do with this Person named Jesus?” Because this question must be answered, those who look like Jesus in their ministry also have to be dealt with. John the Baptist was a prime example of such a one about whom people needed to make up their minds. In this message, Pastor Daniel emphasizes the point, “the unbelieving heart must humble itself and repent of its rejection of Christ.” Examining the characteristics of an unbelieving heart, the following is observed: Such a heart refuses to repent (this is what is seen in the Pharisees and the lawyers), demands that God dance (the entire “generation” reveals such), and finally, the unbelieving heart rejects God’s revelation (despite the fact that it might come as something easily observable).
Summary by Seth Kempf, Bethany Community Church Staff
Related Topics: Soteriology (Salvation)