A Meal to Remember

Morning Service
Nov 27, 2022

When Jesus accepted an invitation to dine with a Pharisee, it quickly became a meal few would forget! An uninvited, despised woman created a stir when she intruded upon the scene and offered an extravagant demonstration of devotion to Christ. Walking us through the extraordinary event, the various reactions, and Jesus’ intervention, Alistair Begg explains that love, not morality, is the measure of forgiveness. Only when we humbly acknowledge our sin and our need for a Savior do we discover true and lasting peace.

Topics: Conviction of Sin, Forgiveness, Jesus Christ, Judgmentalism, Legalism, Morality

Luke 7:36-50


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