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Many profess to love the lord but with reservations. Their mantra is “I love you Lord but...” Excuses arise when they are called to follow Jesus Christ in sacrificial discipleship or to live separated holy lives.
Denomination: Baptist
Scripture: Luke 14:15-14:33
Shared: 10/26/2014
“The Parable of the Great Banquet” tells us three things about the wonderful invitation of God.
Denomination: Baptist
Scripture: Luke 14:15-14:25
Shared: 11/25/2002
Contributor: Roddy Chestnut (132 sermons shared)
Scripture: Luke 14:15-14:24
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Shared: 10/18/2000
It’s time to quit the excuses before we miss the party. This sermon was presented at an on-going Breakfast Ministry for the Homeless
Shared: 8/26/2002
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
A sermon to look at the excuses we use in our life that hinders the move of God in our lives
Denomination: Christian Church
Shared: 4/22/2003
A message on responding to God’s invitiation to an abundant life with Him.
Series: Luke Series
Scripture: Luke 14:15-14:24
Shared: 6/11/2002
Continuing a series on the minor Prophets
Denomination: Presbyterian/Reformed
Shared: 7/17/2002
The Bible teaches us that the things we are passionate about will be the things we act upon. Evangelical Passion is the sign of a true believer, because he or she is busy telling everybody they meet about their faith.
Denomination: Pentecostal
Shared: 9/10/2003
God’s invitations are open to everyone.
Denomination: Presbyterian/Reformed
Shared: 4/23/2003