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One of the rallying cries in the church is "let someone else do it!" Why do people say that, and how do we change their minds about it?
Shared: 7/30/2003
The book probably doesnít turn heads because of the subject matter. Itís about a slave. Actually, itís about a runaway slave named Onesimus who had stolen something from his master, Philemon and ran away to avoid being caught. The Book of Philemon
Denomination: Assembly of God
Scripture: Philemon 1:1-1:25
Shared: 6/29/2007
Sermon about the man called Onesimus.
Denomination: Baptist
Scripture: Philemon 1:10-1:12
Tags: Grace
Shared: 6/13/2006
This message deals with the relationship between Paul, Onesimus, and Philemon.
Denomination: Baptist
Scripture: Philemon 1:1-1:25
Shared: 10/9/2004
This sermon can be done as a drama with Onesimus as the speaker. You can use a copy of Philemon as prop and use it to read the sections of the letter if you donít have time to memorize them.
Denomination: Lutheran
Scripture: Philemon 1:1-1:21
Shared: 9/6/2007
We are more than willing to receive the forgiveness of others. It is a little harder to be the one who forgives, especially when we have been hurt. Philemon and focus on the question, "Why should we forgive?"
Series: Philemon
Scripture: Philemon 1:1-1:3
Shared: 1/8/2011
The book of Philemon is about love, specifically about grace and forgiveness founded in love. Godís love can overcome the past.
Series: NT Postcards
Denomination: Mennonite
Scripture: Philemon 1:10-1:25
Tags: Grace
Shared: 12/14/2006
This is a sermon about Onesimus. We should act out of love, not out of duty.
Denomination: Presbyterian/Reformed
Scripture: Philemon 1:1-1:22
Shared: 3/31/2011
God wants you to be a good friend. That means we need to discover new friends, help distressed friends, help divided friends, and know your Divine friend.
Denomination: Baptist
Scripture: Philemon 1:1-1:18
Shared: 4/25/2010
Paul's whole plea to Philemon is to act the way the loving Father acted: to welcome home the beloved son; to restore him to fellowship with the family. There will be, and have been, occasions when we'll be called to respond to wrongdoers the same way.
Series: Philemon
Denomination: Anglican
Scripture: Philemon 1:1-1:25
Shared: 2/23/2015