We’ve made even more improvements to our online Bible to make your sermon prep even better. Read the release notes here.
Sermons

Summary: A sermon that will give the saved a burden for the lost and give the lost inspiration to get saved

How to Mend A Broken Heart

Luke 4:18 (quickview) 

Jesus had just returned from the wilderness and the Mount of Temptation where he had struggled with Satan and faced temptation and had not bowed to compromise. The Bible says that Jesus returned in the power of the Spirit to Galilee. His fame was spread abroad and he began to teach in the synagogues. On the occasion of our text we find Jesus in the synagogue quoting the famous passage from Isaiah the prophet that spoke of a great Messiah who would come and heal and deliver the people of God who were held captive by sin and the devil. Jesus read this great text and sat down and said, “This scripture is now literally fulfilled.”

His message was first of all to proclaim the good news of the gospel

Secondly to “Heal the broken hearted and Set the captives free.”

Third, “To set the captives free and give sight to the blind.”

I want to focus on the second purpose of Jesus ministry this morning paying particular attention to the words he came to Heal the broken hearted.

Tuesday evening I had the opportunity to visiting with one of our deacons to memorial hospital. While we were visiting with Mrs. Ponder in ICU pediatrics, I heard something rather unusual. I heard some gospel singing coming from the room next door. Someone had a video of a lady singing And he walks with me and he talks with me and he tells me I am his own…I couldn’t stand it any longer, I walked next door and found a middle aged lady rocking in a rocking chair watching a video and when I looked down, I saw a sweet baby boy with big brown eyes, looking up at me. When I asked her what was wrong with her little boy I found he had a very rare disease which had caused him to have a serious problem with his colon and to complicate matters, he had serious heart problem. This lady had a lot of faith in the Lord, but I could tell that she was suffering from a broken heart.

I want you to think with me this morning. Our Lord Jesus Christ left the Ivory palaces of glory to come to this world with the express purpose in mind of healing broken hearts. He was born in a manger, wrapped in poor man’s rags, walked among us and ministered among us and was mocked, and whipped and hung on a cross to suffer, because he loved you and me enough to want to save us and mend our broken hearts. OH WHAT A SAVIOUR, OH HALLEJUAH!

With this in mind, I want you to consider this morning that we as church have a ministry that has been handed down to us through our savior. It is the ministry of helping to heal broken hearts. It is the ministry of pointing people to the only one who can heal a broken heart…. the KING OF KINGS AND LORD OF LORDS, OUR LORD JESUS CHRIST.

How do we mend a broken heart?

I. First by Considering the Great Need All Around Us

The Bible says that when Jesus saw the multitudes he was moved with compassion.

Broken hearts are found in all classes of people. No one is exempt from the possibility of experiencing a broken heart.

The word broken hearted in our text literally means to be pressed down upon by calamities. To heal those hearts who are broken down upon by a sense of sinfulness or affliction. The next line explains the purpose in healing broken hearts…”To preach deliverance to the captives…to set at liberty them that are bruised.


Browse All Media

Related Media


Agape
SermonCentral
PowerPoint Template
Defining Love
SermonCentral
PowerPoint Template
Talk about it...

Nobody has commented yet. Be the first!

Join the discussion