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A teaching message on Luke 15:1-10.
Shared: 8/15/2002
Like the father in the parable of the Prodigal Son, God regrets your rebellion but loves you so much he will let you walk out of fellowship with him. But He is also a God who runs to you when you return and restores you when you repent.
Denomination: Baptist
Scripture: Luke 15:11-15:24
Shared: 4/4/2003
This in-depth view of Prodigal Son parable focuses on the elder son and the bitterness and resentment he displayed upon his brother’s return and how we sometimes have the same inflated sense of goodness and faulty understanding of our Father’s grace.
Denomination: Baptist
Shared: 4/4/2003
What can we learn about lost people?
Scripture: Luke 15:1-15:32
Shared: 9/11/2001
A teaching Message on Luke 15:11-32.
Scripture: Luke 15:11-15:32
Shared: 8/15/2002
If it hadn’t been for his stubbornness we might never have known what the older brother was really like. So let’s look at him, & then look at ourselves. "What kind of person am I?"
Scripture: Luke 15:25-15:33
Shared: 7/17/2002
The Church should be the place of celebration.
Denomination: United Methodist
Scripture: Luke 15:1-15:32
Shared: 3/19/2004
These are a series of messages in order to help encourage and strengthen the home as a unit
Scripture: Luke 15:11-15:24
Shared: 11/19/2004
Prodigals still exist. These individuals rebel, stepping away from God’s blessings, indulging in reckless living and ruining their lives. But God runs to meet those who are at the point of total desperation and who are willing to repent and return home.
Denomination: Baptist
Scripture: Luke 15:11-15:24
Shared: 4/4/2003
It’s the job of Christians to search for the lost.
Denomination: Lutheran
Scripture: Luke 15:1-15:10
Shared: 11/28/2004