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When He created us in His own image, this was primary among the characteristics with which He endowed us - the ability to understand, to reason, & to choose. (*PowerPoint Available-#104)
Scripture: Luke 18:31-18:34
Shared: 1/24/2001
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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
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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.
Denomination: Nazarene
Scripture: Luke 18:9-18:14
Shared: 8/2/2005
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As Jesus heads into Jericho, He meets a blind man named Bartimaeus ­ we know that’s his name from Mark’s account of the story. His experience with Jesus changed him forever.
Denomination: Baptist
Scripture: Luke 18:35-18:43
Shared: 5/15/2003
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In religious leaders’ refusal to accept God’s way not only did they not go through the door but also blocked the door to heaven for others.
Denomination: Baptist
Scripture: Luke 18:15-18:17
Shared: 3/10/2002
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God is calling his people to be persistent in prayer. God is calling his people to be changed, ...... to be transformed through prayer And God is calling to those who truly enjoy and who truly yearn to spend time with Him.
Denomination: Anglican
Shared: 10/17/2013
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Purpose: Share with the listener, what impresses God.
Denomination: Christian Church
Scripture: Luke 18:9-18:14
Shared: 3/28/2008
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Part 5 of a 5 part series used for VBS at Welcome Hill Missionary Baptist Church, Lemont Il.
Denomination: Baptist
Scripture: Luke 18:18-18:23
Tags: Salvation
Shared: 8/4/2007
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Jesus asks, "When the Son of Man comes, will he find faith on earth?" The parable of the widow and the unjust judge shows the kind of persistent faith that Christ would hope to find in each of us.
Denomination: United Methodist
Shared: 10/13/2010
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On the Sunday of the Publican and the Pharisee, a clear look at some distorted teachings on Atonement and Salvation are presented, one by one, and a brief look at the therapeutic nature of Atonement.
Denomination: Orthodox
Scripture: Luke 18:10-18:14
Shared: 1/27/2010
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