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Contributor: Roddy Chestnut (132 sermons shared)
Scripture: Luke 14:15-14:24
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Shared: 10/18/2000
Why did Jesus heal the man with Dropsy? Was it merely a man who happened to be there at the banquet, or was there something more?
Shared: 10/21/2001
A sermon to look at the excuses we use in our life that hinders the move of God in our lives
Denomination: Christian Church
Shared: 4/22/2003
The parable of the great banquet is a picture of the invitation God extends to us to come to His eternal banquet of salvation–some accept and others refuse this great invitation.
Denomination: Baptist
Shared: 4/9/2003
Jesus’ sense of humor shows up in a big way during some awkward dinner table moments, esp. when He talked about people and the excuses they offer. Link included to formatted text, audio, and PowerPoint template.
Denomination: Baptist
Scripture: Luke 14:1-14:24
Shared: 3/14/2007
If we follow our usual priorities we will never see revival in our hearts and in our churches.
Denomination: Baptist
Scripture: Luke 9:57-9:62
Shared: 7/23/2001
Luke 14 Jesus describes the Kingdom of god as a Great Banquet Table. Who belongs at the table and how inclusive is the table?
Denomination: Free Methodist
Shared: 1/30/2003
This parable sets forth the great truth that the gospel of our Lord Jesus Christ is truly "a whosoever" gospel.
Denomination: Baptist
Shared: 8/6/2003
A sermon for the 14th Sunday after Pentecost Taking care of the poor
Denomination: Lutheran
Scripture: Luke 14:1-14:14
Shared: 8/27/2007
God wants to have a relationship with us and He wants that relationship to be the most important. But, we make excuses.
Scripture: Luke 14:15-14:24
Shared: 11/5/2005