Sermons on Doubt
Luke 4:18-19 Jesus was raised in Nazareth, a community of God-fearing people. This was nothing to be ashamed of. Yet, God-fearing does not mean immune to doubting what one believes. In Luke 4, Jesus returned to his own people. Despite making a good impression through His wisdom, power and use of Scripture, this homecoming ends in anger, frustration and violence. Jesus’ attempts to help his hometown see God’s truth, but they choose to reject Jesus as God’s Messiah. Doubt does not have to end in disbelief. We can be faithful in uncertainty. We can also accept the challenge of aligning our beliefs with what is true and pleasing to God.