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Luke 19 - NIV

40 “I tell you,” he replied, “if they keep quiet, the stones will cry out.”




Sermons on Luke 19 More sermons: Luke 19

GARY ELLER avatar
O What A Savior
Shared by: GARY ELLER on Nov, 2016
Summary: We have a Wonderful Savior in Jesus
Scripture: Luke 19:28-40
Denomination: *other
Views: 46
Mark Mitchell avatar
The Necessity of the Praise of God
Shared by: Mark Mitchell on Apr, 2016
Summary: It would be unjust for God not to be praised.
Scripture: Luke 19:29-40
Denomination: Baptist
Views: 156
Garth Wehrfritz- Hanson avatar
Jesus the Messiah-King
Shared by: Garth Wehrfritz- Hanson on Mar, 2016
Summary: Jesus enters Jerusalem on that first Palm Sunday, riding on a donkey, symbol of humility and peace. Jesus as the true Messiah-King is different than all would-be Messiahs and Kings.
Scripture: Luke 19:28-40
Denomination: Lutheran
Views: 164
Kerry Haynes avatar
Mandatory Worship
Shared by: Kerry Haynes on Mar, 2016
Summary: The whole creation--including us--is designed to worship the one true God. If we don't cry out, the stones will worship God. We need to become 24/7 worshipers, constantly aware of God's presence and guidance.
based on 2 ratings
Scripture: Luke 19:28-40
Denomination: Baptist
Views: 506
Kenneth Sauer avatar
"The Shouting Stones"
Shared by: Kenneth Sauer on Mar, 2016
Summary: A sermon for Palm Sunday.
Scripture: Luke 19:28-40
Denomination: United Methodist
Views: 403
Darrell  Stetler II avatar
#2 - When God Cganges Your Plans
Shared by: Darrell Stetler II on Mar, 2016
Summary: God sometimes changes our plans, and not always the way we think He should.
Scripture: Luke 19:28-40
Denomination: Holiness
Views: 145
Freddy Fritz avatar
The Triumphal Entry
Shared by: Freddy Fritz on Sep, 2015
Summary: The triumphal entry of Jesus into Jerusalem in Luke 19:28-40 shows us that Jesus was indeed the anticipated, coming king.
based on 1 rating
Scripture: Luke 19:28-40
Denomination: Presbyterian/Reformed
Views: 775
Craig Condon avatar
Jesus, Our Hero
Shared by: Craig Condon on Jul, 2015
Summary: Jesus calls on us today to be heroes like him. We can be heroes like Jesus by doing things such as making our beds, washing the dishes, helping our parents with chores around the house or doing things for our friends or neighbours.
Scripture: Luke 19:28-40
Denomination: Anglican
Views: 172
Martin Ellgar avatar
An Easter Sermon
Shared by: Martin Ellgar on Dec, 2014
Summary: A perspective on Easter. When one is spiritually exhausted and even physically exhausted from wrestling with God in prayer, then there is only one way to go. That is, to surrender to the will of God and say, “Not my will, but your will be done”.
Jerry Flury avatar
Praise the Lord!
Shared by: Jerry Flury on Apr, 2014
Summary: God's Word teaches us clearly we are to praise the Lord. God wants to hear our praise. But what is praise? Do we really understand what is involved in praising the Lord? How does praise effect God? What effect does praise have on us?
based on 3 ratings
Scripture: Luke 19:29-40
Denomination: Baptist
Views: 1,017
Christopher Holdsworth avatar
Peace Be With You
Shared by: Christopher Holdsworth on Sep, 2013
Summary: In Bethlehem's fields the angels sang, "Peace on earth." The crowd in Jerusalem reply, "Peace in heaven."
based on 4 ratings
Scripture: Luke 19:28-40
Views: 345
Gerald Roberts avatar
Chosen ONE
Shared by: Gerald Roberts on Mar, 2013
Summary: Jesus rides into a town claiming He is the Chosen One.
Scripture: Luke 19:26-40
Denomination: United Methodist
Views: 1,077
Ron Tuit avatar
The Arrival of THE King
Shared by: Ron Tuit on Mar, 2013
Summary: One of the bittersweet events of Jesus' life and ministry is "Palm Sunday": on this Sunday they were singing the song, "Bless HIM who comes" and several days later: "Crucify Him!.
Series: Palm Sunday
Robert Dovenmuehle avatar
Glory in the Highest
Shared by: Robert Dovenmuehle on Mar, 2013
Summary: The story of Jesus' triumphal entry into Jerusalem as told by a businessman from Jerusalem who is thrust into the path of Jesus as He enters the city. A first person tale of Christ changing a life.
Byron Perrine avatar
The Provocative Entry
Shared by: Byron Perrine on Mar, 2013
Summary: Palm Sunday helps us correctly understand humility in relationship to man and vocation in relationship to God.
based on 1 rating
Scripture: Luke 19:28-40
Denomination: Methodist
Views: 344
Gaither Bailey avatar
Glory
Shared by: Gaither Bailey on Mar, 2013
Summary: Sermon for Palm Sunday, Year C, 2013
based on 1 rating
Scripture: Luke 19:28-40
Denomination: Presbyterian/Reformed
Views: 314
Matthew  Blau avatar
Pushing Their Buttons
Shared by: Matthew Blau on Mar, 2013
Summary: Palm Sunday was the beginning of Jesus Plan to take our place on the cross. He knew how the pharisees would react and he came to push their buttons so that we could be saved. .
based on 1 rating
Scripture: Luke 19:28-40
Denomination: Methodist
Views: 870
Revd. Martin Dale avatar
Jesus enters Jerusalem on a donkey
Shared by: Revd. Martin Dale on Mar, 2013
Summary: Palm Sunday - a meticiously organised operation.Why? The key lies in the ownership of the donkey
based on 5 ratings
Scripture: Luke 19:28-40
Denomination: Anglican
Views: 7,431
Thomas Swope avatar
The Rock Group – The Stones
Shared by: Thomas Swope on Dec, 2012
Summary: A study of the Gospel of Luke chapter 19 verses 29 through 40
Series: Luke
Scripture: Luke 19:29-40
Denomination: Calvary Chapel
Views: 1,015
Paul Clemente avatar
Palm Sunday 2012
Shared by: Paul Clemente on Apr, 2012
Summary: There were three types of people there during the First Palm Sunday; who should we copy?
based on 1 rating
Scripture: Luke 19:26-40
Denomination: Evangelical Free
Views: 2,323
Revd. Martin Dale avatar
Midland Leg of the Walsingham Pilgrimage 2011
Shared by: Revd. Martin Dale on Apr, 2011
Summary: The key to understanding Holy Week can be found in the ownership of the donkey
Ajai Prakash avatar
The Donkey King
Shared by: Ajai Prakash on Apr, 2011
Summary: In a day when Christians in America are increasingly in a crusading posture to capture more political, social, and economic power, the picture of Jesus riding into Jerusalem on a lowly donkey and anticipating intense opposition, rejection, and death makes
based on 5 ratings
Scripture: Luke 19:28-40
Views: 1,009
Rodelio Mallari avatar
IF THE STONES COULD TALK
Shared by: Rodelio Mallari on Dec, 2010
Summary: Israel is filled with stones. Jesus had a lot of contact with stones during His earthly life. He walked, sat, prayed, wept, and even bled on them. Houses and roads were made of piled stones. I wonder if those stones could talk, what stories would they tel
based on 8 ratings
Scripture: Luke 19:37-40
Denomination: *other
Views: 1,317
Bobby Stults avatar
Jesus weeps over Jerusalem and Jesus clears the Temple
Shared by: Bobby Stults on Aug, 2010
Summary: Jesus enters Jerusalem on the colt to the praises of a throng of followers and under the scrutiny of the religious leaders, but His mind is focused on the souls of the city of Jerusalem, which represented God's chosen nation.
based on 5 ratings
Scripture: Luke 19:40-48
Denomination: Baptist
Views: 6,608
Bobby Stults avatar
The Triumphal Entry into Jerusalem
Shared by: Bobby Stults on Aug, 2010
Summary: Jesus encountered many people on His way to Jerusalem for the sin of the world, in our study tonight we will see Him viewed as the coming King, but not from a godly perspective, but from the perspective of Jewish teaching about Messiah
based on 2 ratings
Scripture: Luke 19:28-40
Denomination: Baptist
Views: 2,273
Daniel Habben avatar
Ponder the Palm Sunday Paradox
Shared by: Daniel Habben on Mar, 2010
Summary: Ponder the Palm Sunday Paradox 1) An almighty king rides to his death. 2) A humble king commands our praise.
based on 1 rating
Scripture: Luke 19:28-40
Denomination: Lutheran
Views: 765
Warner Pidgeon avatar
Easter: Jesus the King - Fully Prepared to Fail (in the eyes of the world)
Shared by: Warner Pidgeon on Mar, 2010
Summary: Prepared for Palm Sunday 2010 but also focusing on the Cross and beyond, this sermon affirms the fulfilment of prophecy on ’Palm’ Sunday and suggests that Jesus was fully prepared to fail in the eyes of the world, as he knew God would ultimately vindicate
Scripture: Luke 19:28-40
Denomination: Anglican
Views: 488
Jerry Blaxton avatar
#5-Jesus Came to Rule as King
Shared by: Jerry Blaxton on Mar, 2010
Summary: Fifth in a series leading up to Easter about why Jesus came.
based on 1 rating
Scripture: Luke 19:28-40
Denomination: Baptist
Views: 892
Gregory Mc Donald Sr. avatar
THE TRIUMPHAL ENTRY
Shared by: Gregory Mc Donald Sr. on Feb, 2010
Summary: I'd like to look back at Psalm 103 because I believe that here we'll find six things for which we are to praise the Lord...six things that the disciples could relate to...things that I believe are what prompted the spontaneous praises that echoed through
based on 4 ratings
Scripture: Luke 19:28-40
Denomination: Church Of God
Views: 772
Eloy Gonzalez avatar
His Course Was Charted
Shared by: Eloy Gonzalez on Apr, 2009
Summary: Palm Sunday: As we contemplate the joyous reception that Jesus got as He entered Jerusalem, our thoughts go to the reason that He entered in the first place - to save us by dying on the Cross.
based on 8 ratings
Scripture: Luke 19:28-40
Denomination: Lutheran
Views: 1,417