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  • Rebound From Sin (Confession)

    Contributed by Frank Gallagher on Oct 18, 2000
    based on 83 ratings
     | 8,096 views

    Believers can rebound from carnality to spirituality by naming their sins to God.

    REBOUND FROM SIN (Confession) (Luke 15:11-32) [HTML formatted version of this sermon is located at: http://members.aol.com/abidingitw/rebound.html] Jesus Himself tells us in John 8:31-32, "...if you abide (live continually or be at home) in My word, then you are truly disciples (or ...read more

  • The Temptation To Be Perfect Series

    Contributed by Chris Appleby on Oct 18, 2000
     | 3,972 views

    To be perfect as God is perfect, paradoxically, requires us to understand our own weaknesses and failures the way God does, and to love ourselves, despite those weaknesses and failures, the way God does.

    It may sound like a contradiction in terms to have a sermon on the temptation to be perfect. After all aren’t temptations about being imperfect. Doesn’t God want us to be perfect just as he’s perfect? But you know, there is such a thing as the temptation to be perfect. All of us are subject to it ...read more

  • The Model Father

    Contributed by John Kapteyn on Oct 18, 2000
    based on 154 ratings
     | 31,067 views

    Introductory Comments 1.

    Introductory Comments 1. Today is Father's day - a day on which we look at the role of fathers. Our the image of a perfect father is someone we can trust and who can tell us what is right and what is wrong. Someone who can take care of us. Someone to answer our many questions. Someone we can come ...read more

  • Stay In The House

    Contributed by Jehnon Johnson on Oct 18, 2000
    based on 222 ratings
     | 18,689 views

    One of the most discouraging phrases you can say to a child is ìstay in the houseî.

    One of the most discouraging phrases you can say to a child is ìstay in the houseî. Most children would agree that they would rather get a whipping instead of being told to ìstay in the houseî. I remember getting in trouble in school and praying that I would get whipped. For I knew that if I were ...read more

  • How To Overcome Intentional And Unintentional Hypocrisy

    Contributed by Paul Fritz on Oct 18, 2000
    based on 16 ratings
     | 4,724 views

    1. Recognize any personal or organizational Pharisaical tendency to view people through the law rather than through grace.

    1. Recognize any personal or organizational Pharisaical tendency to view people through the law rather than through grace. The Pharisees' values were rooted in their traditions, laws, and culture. They found a great sense of their identity in their clique. They resented anyone who failed to live up ...read more

  • It's Time For A Change

    Contributed by Michael Allen on Oct 18, 2000
    based on 24 ratings
     | 6,853 views

    My brothers and sisters in a world where men and women have left their love for God,the things of God, and the people of God.

    My brothers and sisters in a world where men and women have left their love for God,the things of God, and the people of God. In a world where the love of many have waxed cold. In a world where men haave become egotistic, self centered and selfish. In a world grown socold until even our prayers ...read more

  • 5 Questions Part 4: Am I Relevant?

    Contributed by Troy Bohn on Oct 18, 2000
    based on 9 ratings
     | 3,476 views

    Luke 15:11-32 11 Then He said: "A certain man had two sons.

    Luke 15:11-32 11 Then He said: "A certain man had two sons. 12 "And the younger of them said to his father, 'Father, give me the portion of goods that falls to me.' So he divided to them his livelihood. 13 "And not many days after, the younger son gathered all together, journeyed to a far country, ...read more

  • You Didn't Get A Goat?

    Contributed by Richard Jones on Nov 1, 2000
    based on 179 ratings
     | 5,311 views

    A perspective on the prodigal son and his brother.

    You Didn’t Get a Goat? (Good Song: When God Ran) Luke 15:11-32 A group of well-intentioned people met to discuss ways and means of helping a friend who had been down on his luck recently. Knowing him to be an extremely proud person, who would not accept money, they decided to arrange a bogus ...read more

  • What It Means To Be Lost

    Contributed by Bud Martenn on Nov 3, 2000
    based on 171 ratings
     | 3,978 views

    Jesus gives us three vivid pictures in this chapter of what it means to be lost

    Pastor Bud Martenn Bethel Memorial Baptist Church LaFayette, GA WHAT IT MEANS TO BE LOST Lk.15:1-32 Personal need for Christ To give clear distinctions between being lost and saved Key Thought: Luke.19:10 BEGINNING 1. Jesus gives us three parables in this chapter to show us what it is like ...read more

  • The Prodigal Son And His Home

    Contributed by Owen Bourgaize on Nov 4, 2000
    based on 186 ratings
     | 9,514 views

    The Prodigal Son is a classic story of God’s love in a parable of a hippie, Sick of Home, who went out into the world but finding disillusionment was Homesick, and coming to his senses, came Home.

    THE PRODIGAL SON AND HIS HOME The parable of the Prodigal Son (Luke 15:11-32) is one of the classic stories of Jesus in sketching out bit by bit his message of the kingdom of heaven or, in other words, eternal life. The parable teaches us a lot about ourselves. It’s a parable that says we’ve ...read more

  • The Older Brother

    Contributed by Edgar Mayer on Nov 10, 2000
    based on 89 ratings
     | 7,234 views

    A sermon on Luke 15:11-32.

    The Older Brother "Once a man had two sons. The younger son said to his father: 'Give me my share of the property.' So the father divided his property between his two sons." That's the dramatic beginning of a story that Jesus told. Who doesn't like to hear the end of it? Jesus had a knack for ...read more

  • When You're Waiting For The Prodigal To Return To His Father's House

    Contributed by Jim Butcher on Jan 22, 2001
    based on 364 ratings
     | 12,762 views

    Encouragement for the parents of prodigals.

    Introduction: Listen to the following statement and consider the type of young man who would say such beautiful words: “Union with Christ imparts an inner elevation, comfort in affliction, tranquil reliance and a heart which opens itself to everything noble and great, not for the sake of ...read more

  • Our Purpose - Seeking The Lost Series

    Contributed by Melvin Newland on Jan 31, 2001
    based on 254 ratings
     | 31,995 views

    Let’s understand why we seek the lost. Secondly, let’s look at how we seek the lost. Thirdly, let’s see the reward of searching. (Powerpoints available - #131)

    MELVIN M. NEWLAND, MINISTER RIDGE CHAPEL, KANSAS, OK (The Powerpoints used with this sermon are available for free. Just email me at mnewland@sstelco.com and request #131.) A. During the next few weeks I want to speak on subjects that we, as a congregation, need ...read more

  • A Portrait Of Fatherhood

    Contributed by Melvin Newland on Feb 21, 2001
    based on 1,197 ratings
     | 197,001 views

    In these few verses we see a portrait of fatherhood that is worth examining. So let’s consider 5 wonderful traits a father needs today. (PowerPoint available - #106)

    MELVIN NEWLAND, MINISTER RIDGE CHAPEL, KANSAS, OK (Revised: 2018) (Powerpoint slides for this sermon are available at no charge. Just email me at mnewland@sstelco.com with your request - #106.) TEXT: 1 Thessalonians 2:7-12 A. Do you remember when men were men & you could tell ...read more

  • The Loving, Waiting Father Series

    Contributed by Garth Wehrfritz- Hanson on Mar 2, 2001
    based on 104 ratings
     | 7,513 views

    The parable of the prodigal son is equally as much a parable of the Loving, Waiting God, whom we call Father.

    Sermon for IV Lent, Year C Based on Lk. 15:1-3, 11-32 By Pastor Garth Wehrfritz-Hanson “The Waiting, Loving Father” Today’s parable is regarded by many as the greatest parable Jesus ever told. It is a parable that fits in well with one of the favourite themes of Luke’s Gospel, namely: that ...read more