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When you get to know the object of your faith, mountains can be removed. But until then, it’s just faith.
Denomination: Assembly of God
Shared: 1/24/2003
"I would rather see a sermon than to hear one any day: I'd rather one should walk with me than merely tell the way. Beloved, You may be the only Sermon that your neighbor ever Sees!
Denomination: Anglican
Shared: 9/20/2013
A sermon examining our service to The Lord.
Denomination: Baptist
Scripture: Luke 17:7-17:10
Shared: 2/23/2014
A semon series focusing on Time, Talents, and Finances. Focusing on: God has been so great, has given us so much.. let us give back to him of our Time, Talents, and Finances.
Denomination: Presbyterian/Reformed
Scripture: Luke 17:5-17:10
Shared: 12/1/2007
The disciples asked for faith but what they really needed was faithfulness.
Scripture: Luke 17:1-17:10
Tags: Faith
Shared: 11/3/2000
There are four important things to know about basic training for disciples: A disciple never puts a stumbling block in others’ spiritual path; a disciple forgives quickly—and often; a disciple exercises faith; and a disciple demonstrates faithfulness.
Denomination: Baptist
Scripture: Luke 17:1-17:10
Shared: 4/3/2003
The healing of 10 lepers and the Samaritan in particular illustrates Jesus response to the disciples request for increased faith. "If you have faith as a mustard seed . . ." Jesus said, the impossible will become possible.
Denomination: Assembly of God
Shared: 4/3/2002
A sermon for the 18 Sunday after Pentecost Proper 22
Denomination: Lutheran
Scripture: Luke 17:5-17:10
Shared: 10/2/2001
I want to be a good servant for Jesus, but in this passage Jesus says I can do all kind of great ministry and still be an "unprofitable servant." What two things does Jesus say can stop me from being the profitable servant for Chris that I want to be?
Scripture: Luke 17:3-17:10
Shared: 8/20/2012
Year C. Eighteenth Sunday after Pentecost October 7th, 2001 Luke 17: 5-10 Heavenly Father, thank you for genuine faith, which can accomplish what experience, reason, and probability would disallow. Amen. Title: “Genuine faith”
Denomination: Lutheran
Scripture: Luke 17:5-17:10
Shared: 9/27/2001