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Jesus confronts three men with the high cost of following Him.
Denomination: Pentecostal
Shared: 4/7/2002
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Why is it that we have such a hard time surrendering to Christ? We have enough faith to believe that he can provide us with eternal life, yet we don’t trust him enough to live a life Completly Surrendered to Him.
Denomination: Baptist
Scripture: Luke 9:57-9:62
Shared: 1/26/2010
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There’s power in making the decision to give the gift He really wants: to "follow Him." But in this story in Luke, 3 men tell Jesus that that is precisely what they want to do. So why isn’t Jesus content with their gift?
Series: The Power
Scripture: Luke 9:57-9:62
Shared: 12/2/2007
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Have you ever heard the expression, "I would like to buy him/her for what their worth and sell them for what they think their worth?" To God your eternal soul is worth more than all the gold of this world.
Denomination: Baptist
Scripture: Luke 9:23-9:26
Shared: 5/16/2006
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This message looks at the level of commitment that Jesus expects out of His followers.
Scripture: Luke 9:57-9:62
Shared: 11/4/2008
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We even fear commitment to areas that demand commitment to make them work from marriage, to raising children, to deep friendships, to discipleship & to following Jesus. God though wants us to make the right commitments in life. So God sent Jesus on a gre
Denomination: Baptist
Scripture: Luke 9:57-9:62
Shared: 5/6/2012
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Jesus calls each of us DAILY to follow Him. He is always leading us to new territory, new tasks, new responsibilities and new service. He daily calls us to deeper understanding. Jesus’ calling to us never ends. Sadly though, our response to Him often
Denomination: Baptist
Scripture: Luke 9:23
Shared: 2/26/2007
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A Thanksgiving sermon with a stewardship message.
Denomination: Presbyterian/Reformed
Scripture: Luke 9:23-9:25
Shared: 12/14/2006
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Jesus’ call is to complete discipleship. Total love. Abandoning ourselves to Him. No half heartedness, no “yes, but first…”, no giving Jesus just a piece of us. He wants it all, because it is all broken and it all needs to be healed, and then He gives
Denomination: Baptist
Scripture: Luke 9:51-9:63
Shared: 7/29/2009
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