Walk To Emmaus

Sorry, forgot to record the service, but here is a short recap.
Psalm 78 notice: the theme of rehearsing the miracles in times past.
Luke 24 Jesus revealed on the walk to Emmaus: notice the same theme
Jesus comes to the two who are talking about what he had done and said, so much that they thought everyone was thinking about it
Notice how they characterize Jesus: the devoted one, the prophet, mighty in DEED and word
Notice they were sad, they speak of the hope, now forlorn
Notice they were bewildered at the women’s story
Jesus rehearses all the Scripture, how the Messiah was to suffer and rise again
Jesus did the usual blessing before the meal, hosting presumably because he was the teacher
in this, He revealed Himself
Then, the two were so excited, they went all the way back, in order to tell the eleven
Jesus came again, when they were rehearsing what He had said and did
He tells them they are to be witnesses, but wait for the power to come on Pentecost
In the same way, we have the key to rehearse what God has said and done, and inquire as we walk and talk, and now, look for Jesus
And expect power to be a witness, coming on Pentecost
Since we have seen such apocalyptic happenings this Spring, such a great rescue this Passover, not surprising we expect a Pentecost to mirror the first one.
expecting to meet face to face soon, expecting to focus on evangelism soon

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