Jesus hears another complaint from some Pharisees Jesus welcomed tax collectors and sinners and ate with them Would have made him ritually unclean The younger son asked for his share of the inheritance early (which was acceptable). But He took his inheritance and squandered it on various pleasures. NIV…
Palm Sunday is traditionally celebrated as a time of joy. And yet it leads directly into a great tragedy. How do these fit together? What message was Jesus trying to send through the way he staged his entry into Jerusalem? Join me as I explore this puzzle.
INTRODUCTION We have the wonderful privilege of looking at 2 John again this morning Please take your Bibles and turn with me to 2 John Today we’re concluding our study of this short letter to the “chosen lady and her children” We’ve had a rich time in this letter these past two weeks and look forward…
Unstoppable: A Study of Acts
Brian Magnuson • Vaughn Hill Church • Sermon • • 16 views • 31:42
As we finish with the book of Acts, we see the power of fellowship. Four different times we see as people welcome one another with kindness. That same fellowship is what through out the book of acts and through out history, has lifted up the name of Christ and shared His love.
Book of Luke
Pastor George Coon • ELBC • Sermon • • 22 views • 33:47
Luke 4:31-44 Each one of us, in our lives, will experience a day of visitation. A time when God, through various means, will call or direct us to what He has for us to do. The question then is, how will we respond in that day of visitation? In this passage from Luke we will explore the four ways in which people respond to that visiting or calling of God.
Parables & Prophets
We wrestle with this difficult text in order to find a meaning for ourselves and a calling to share the good news with others. You and me, we are invited...and that invitation is to be received in obedience and then shared so others can join in too.
A Letter from the End of the World - Revelation
4 John to the seven churches that are in Asia: Grace to you and peace from him who is and who was and who is to come, and from the seven spirits who are before his throne, 5 and from Jesus Christ, the faithful witness, the firstborn of the dead, and the ruler of the kings of the earth. To him who loves…
Joshua Erdtsieck • Sermon • • 0 views
Topic: How God Welcomes Us My topic is really simple and well known But with familiarity comes indifference Like many simple truths of the faith, over time with familiarity, things become cliche An Imaginative Practice So this morning we are going to do something a little different Instead of me teaching…
Be The Church
Dustin Mace • Sermon • • 4 views
This morning’s sermon is entitled “The Welcome of God”. What does the word “welcome” mean to you? Last summer, a Congresswoman from California, Maxine Waters, a Democrat, spoke at a political rally in Los Angeles. When she had the crowd sufficiently riled up, she gave them her instructions. If you want…
Romans: Righteousness Set Forth
Will Livingston • Sermon • • 0 views
Study of Romans: Message Thirty-One Wednesday Nights at MFBC Romans 15:1-13 . ETS: Paul explained why believers are considerate of and welcoming towards other believers. ESS: Believers consider and welcome others because God is most glorified and His glory is most furthered in doing so. OSS: [Ethical]…
Rev. Brian Weinberger • Sermon • • 201 views
It is that time of year again when I present the people of Grace with a theme to live by for the year. The first year we talked about and lived out the idea of Tapestry of Grace. The focus was on the idea that we are all connected together through faith and that those connections draw us together and…
The Gospel of Luke
Matthew Round • Sermon • • 7 views
Big idea: Jesus welcomes the dependent - don’t hinder them Big application: Come as you are - needy, helpless, nothing to offer There’s absolutely no other way Don’t hinder others (too unimportant, nothing to offer) Outline: Introduce me Ever been turned down ? applying for funding - a huge US church…