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We are called to be compassionate people - to be aware of distressing circumstances that affect others and desire to alleviate their distress. Jesus, the Christ, was the epitome of compassion and any follower of Him will have a compassionate heart!
Denomination: Church of God
Scripture: Luke 10:30-10:37
Shared: 3/2/2007
Some people refuse to love their enemies because it shows they have standards, that they respect themselves, that they reject bad behavior. It makes them feel God-like. But Jesus said that being "God-like" means loving our enemies. How do we do that?
Scripture: Matthew 5:43-5:48
Shared: 11/10/2013
This message explains the necessity of giving to a compassionate ministry so others might be helped. The parable of the Good Samaritan in LUKE 10 is used as the example.
Denomination: Nazarene
Scripture: Luke 10:30-10:37
Shared: 11/23/2014
There are at least three times God appears on a mountain. Each time, the message was different... but each time the message was the same. Do you know what that message was?
Shared: 7/18/2009
This powerful sermon touched a number of suffering people who were struggling with doubts about their own faith and God’s faithfulness.
Scripture: Romans 8:17-8:28
Shared: 7/19/2009
Isaiah tells us that it is by "His wounds that you are healed." But what healing would His wounds give?
Scripture: Isaiah 53:3-53:5
Shared: 4/19/2004
Highlighting our 3rd Core belief
Denomination: Baptist
Scripture: Matthew 9:35-9:38
Shared: 8/24/2009
A look at Nicodemus from a pragmatic perspective
Denomination: Baptist
Scripture: John 3:1-19:39
Shared: 7/13/2007
His compassion is what we need.
Denomination: Methodist
Scripture: Matthew 9:35-9:38
Shared: 9/24/2003
Jesus’ picture of the compasionat father corrects many of our wrong images of God
Denomination: *Other
Scripture: Luke 15:11-15:32
Shared: 7/12/2004