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Thirteenth Sunday after Pentecost, September 2, 2001, Title: “True Humility.” Luke 14: 1, 7-14
Denomination: Lutheran
Scripture: Luke 14:1-14:14
Tags: Character
Shared: 8/11/2001
God’s ways turn the world on its head
Denomination: Anglican
Shared: 8/28/2001
God doesn’t cause trouble and adversity, but He uses trouble to refine some humility in us. While trouble causes some people to raise their faces to heaven and become bitter, others bow their knees before God and become better.
Denomination: Baptist
Scripture: Luke 14:1-14:11
Shared: 4/9/2003
Why did Jesus heal the man with Dropsy? Was it merely a man who happened to be there at the banquet, or was there something more?
Shared: 10/21/2001
Jesus’ sense of humor shows up in a big way during some awkward dinner table moments, esp. when He talked about people and the excuses they offer. Link included to formatted text, audio, and PowerPoint template.
Denomination: Baptist
Scripture: Luke 14:1-14:24
Shared: 3/14/2007
Jesus uses two parables about banquets to teach that the truly righteous live by grace, which means humility and love.
Denomination: Lutheran
Scripture: Luke 14:1-14:14
Shared: 9/17/2004
Luke 14 Jesus describes the Kingdom of god as a Great Banquet Table. Who belongs at the table and how inclusive is the table?
Denomination: Free Methodist
Shared: 1/30/2003
A message on how judgmentalism, pride and selfishness are unwelcome at God’s table.
Series: Luke Series
Scripture: Luke 14:1-14:14
Shared: 6/11/2002
This parable sets forth the great truth that the gospel of our Lord Jesus Christ is truly "a whosoever" gospel.
Denomination: Baptist
Shared: 8/6/2003
A sermon for the 14th Sunday after Pentecost Taking care of the poor
Denomination: Lutheran
Scripture: Luke 14:1-14:14
Shared: 8/27/2007