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Jesus tells of the Kingdom being like a tiny Mustard Seed. This sermon explores what something so small could mean in describing something so majestic
Shared: 10/8/2001
Kingdom living means: 1. We live with an awareness of the kingdom. 2. We understand that the kingdom is within. 3. We experience the blessing of his reign. 4. We are a part of a subversive movement. 5. We wait for it expectantly.
Denomination: Methodist
Scripture: Luke 13:18-13:21
Shared: 10/6/2002
An Expository Message On How God Works Mightily Through Small Things.
Series: Luke Series
Shared: 5/9/2002
This message focuses on the way God is able to use small things in order to do great things. Using the Text from Luke 13:18-21, Jesus gives two examples of small things God can grow into great things.
Scripture: Luke 13:18-13:21
Shared: 6/11/2010
Part 1 in series Kingdom Stories, the first in a series of four messages that examine Christ’s parables about the Kingdom of God.
Denomination: Free Methodist
Scripture: Luke 13:18-13:21
Shared: 3/13/2007
This is a sermon about Jesus parable of the mustard seed, and how it relates to the growth of the church.
Scripture: Luke 13:18-13:21
Shared: 4/15/2005
What exactly is the Kingdom of God like? Learn about its primary traits from stories about trees, yeast, and doors.
Scripture: Luke 13:18-13:35
Shared: 10/26/2006
How you treat people is perhaps the greatest evidence that God reins in your heart.
Series: Luke
Denomination: Baptist
Scripture: Luke 13:18-13:21
Shared: 10/7/2005
A fairly short talk given at an all-age baptism service as part of a series of talks entitled Jesus The Storyteller
Denomination: Anglican
Scripture: Luke 13:18-13:21
Shared: 7/18/2010
Principles of the kingdom of God.
Denomination: Wesleyan
Scripture: Luke 13:18-13:21
Shared: 10/8/2008