April 22, 2018

Salvation Has Come to This House

Bible Text: Luke 19:1–10 |

If you grew up going to Sunday School, chances are you sang, “Zacchaeus was a wee little man, and a wee little man was he…” And if that’s true for you, you’ll agree that it’s impossible to read Luke 19:1-10 and not hum the tune. Zacchaeus was short, rich, and hated. He was also a spiritual seeker. He was drawn to Jesus and sought to find out more about him. The brief account ends with Jesus at his place proclaiming, “Salvation has come to this house.” Zacchaeus’ evident change of heart and lifestyle was a demonstration of his genuine faith and conversion. And that puts a pressing question in front of me: If Jesus came to my house and saw my life and that of my family, would he say, “Salvation has come to this house”? As we unpack Zacchaeus’ story this weekend, we’ll ask some hard questions of ourselves and get very specific on evaluating the evidence of genuine faith in our own homes.

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The Gospel of Luke | Pt. 5
Salvation Has Come to This House
Pastor Todd Dugard // Luke 19:1–10
April 21–22, 2018

Has salvation come to my house?

• Do I have a whatever-it-takes attitude about getting it? (v. 1–5)

• Do I have joy in hearing what Jesus says to me? (v. 6–7)

• Do I see big changes happening in my life? (v. 8–10)