27 The Walk to Emmaus


Sermon Outline


Mt 27-28, Mk 16, Lk 24, Jn 19-21

I.              Walking to Emmaus (Lk 24:13-14)

II.             A Stranger joins the conversation (Lk 24:15-17)

III.           The beginning of the instruction (Lk 24:25-27)

a.    Jesus makes three very important statements after calling the brothers foolish.

                                               i.     The Christ was going to be a suffering servant before being glorified.

                                             ii.     The OT scripture prove this.

                                            iii.     Shows how all the scripture points to him, (Jn 5:39)

b.    I would like to do some of the same:

                                               i.     Gen 3:15

                                             ii.     Zech 12:10 (Matt 26:28)

                                            iii.     Isaiah 53 (1Pet 2:21-25, Acts 8)

                                            iv.     Passover lamb (Exodus,  1Cor. 5:7)

                                              v.     Manna (Exodus 16, Jn 6;33, 41)

                                            vi.     The Sabbath (Hebrews 4:8-10).

                                           vii.     Nazirite (Num 6, Mt 2:23).

                                         viii.    Vicarious offerings listed in the law, (Hebrews 10:4, 12)

                                            ix.     Matthew 1, Hebrews

                                              x.     Proof for the resurrection (Ps 16:8-11, Acts 2, and 13:35-37)

                                            xi.     The stone the builders will reject (Ps 118:22-24, Mt 21:42)

                                           xii.     Virgin birth (Isa 7:14, Mt 1:22-23)

                                          xiii.    Zech 9:9, 11:12-13

IV.           The Messiah Opens our Eyes (Lk 23:30-31)

a.    The Rez of the Messiah changed the world by changing one human heart at a time. (HC45)



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