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If I’m not saved by works (Ephesians 2:8-9), why is it that the Rich man in Luke 16 and the Goats in Matthew 25:31-46 went to hell because the DIDN’T DO good works? That doesn’t make any sense... or does it?
Scripture: Luke 16:19-16:31
Shared: 10/10/2011
A parable that tells us much about the human heart
Denomination: Congregational
Scripture: Luke 16:19-16:31
Shared: 7/10/2002
How much do you have to hate someone NOT to tell them about Jesus? Without Jesus they will spend eternity in Hell.
Scripture: Ezekiel 33:1-33:9
Shared: 10/31/2011
We can learn a lot from the story that Jesus told, especially about the concept of Hell. While Hell is not popularly talked about Jesus teaches it as a Truth.
Scripture: Luke 16:19-16:31
Shared: 2/23/2004
Sermon on the story of Jesus in Luke 16 draws lessons from the position of each character in the story and the reversal of their positions.
Scripture: Luke 16:19-6:31
Shared: 3/11/2004
his message is for two groups of people: those who are candidates for heaven and those who are candidates for hell. You can divide the whole Christians into those two groups any day anytime.
Denomination: Pentecostal
Scripture: Luke 16:19-16:31
Shared: 5/9/2011
Use Jesus’ teaching to demonstrate God’s desire for us to reach out to the poor and lost and the eternal implications of a real place of torment called hell for those who do not worship (love) God as revealed through Jesus’ resurrection.
Denomination: Methodist
Scripture: Luke 16:19-16:31
Tags: Hell
Shared: 4/2/2007
We need to learn to see Lazarus before it’s too late!
Scripture: Luke 16:19-16:31
Shared: 3/8/2004
In the parable of the Rich man and Lazarus, death changed the rich man mind about a great many things.
Denomination: Baptist
Scripture: Luke 16:19-16:31
Shared: 9/13/2004
Lazarus and the rich man. A look at the eternal consequences of our earthly choices.
Scripture: Luke 16:19-16:31
Shared: 9/1/2005