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The parable of the Pharisee and the Tax Collector is an interesting lesson about pride and humility, which raises three questions: (1) Why did you come to church? (2) What is your attitude in church? and (3) How will you go home?
Denomination: Baptist
Scripture: Luke 18:9-18:14
Shared: 3/31/2003
We can only impress God when we finally realize that we have nothing in life aside from Christ within us. That is how we manage to impress God - not with our pride, but with our humble honesty.
Scripture: Luke 18:9-18:14
Shared: 8/2/2005
Purpose: Share with the listener, what impresses God.
Denomination: Christian Church
Scripture: Luke 18:9-18:14
Shared: 3/28/2008
The true “righteous” person is not someone who flawlessly observes all the “rules”, but someone who begs for mercy and is accepted by God--despite having plenty of human imperfections. To illustrate this, Jesus tells a story of two people who are polar o
Denomination: Congregational
Shared: 3/22/2010
Should you give up something for Lent? A Lenten attitude what Jesus really wants us to give up.
Denomination: Lutheran
Scripture: Luke 18:9-18:14
Shared: 1/24/2002
We can self examine ourselves to determine our relationship with God and to know with certainty weather we are saved or not by displaying Three attitudes that Jesus Himself gives us.
Denomination: Baptist
Shared: 7/20/2003
A lesson about the spirit with which we approach God.
Denomination: Mennonite
Scripture: Luke 18:9-18:14
Shared: 9/6/2001
The value of positive spiritual outlook
Denomination: Wesleyan
Scripture: Luke 18:9-18:14
Shared: 12/21/2000
Harry Houdini teaches us some fantastic truths!
Denomination: Baptist
Tags: Baptism
Shared: 6/7/2002
Purity of heart is doing the right things with the write motives.
Denomination: Methodist
Tags: Character
Shared: 10/14/2001
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