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Contributor: John Skaggs (6 sermons shared)
Tags: Mercy
Shared: 10/18/2000
Everything I have can be traced back to an opportunity or an event that I never could have orchestrated or created; every good thing I have going on in my life finds its source in a gift of God’s grace
Denomination: Independent/Bible
Scripture: Luke 17:11-17:19
Shared: 10/17/2001
Our Gospel reading tells us three things about coming to Jesus 1. The importance of bringing our problems to Jesus 2. The importance of doing what Jesus tells us 3. The importance of thanking God for his goodness
Denomination: Anglican
Scripture: Luke 17:11-17:19
Shared: 10/10/2007
A sermon for the 20th Sunday after Pentecost, Proper 23, Series C
Denomination: Lutheran
Scripture: Luke 17:11-17:19
Shared: 10/13/2007
We want to get on with life, and we should move forward with joy, but we must remember too to look back in thankfulness! Moving forward in faith while looking back in gratit...
Denomination: Episcopal/Anglican
Shared: 2/20/2008
The suprising but important points in the story of the 10 lepers.
Series: Trinity
Denomination: Episcopal/Anglican
Scripture: Luke 17:11-17:19
Shared: 8/25/2005
What the Greek has to say about Unity in and out of the body of Christ.
Denomination: Pentecostal
Scripture: Luke 17:11-17:19
Tags: Greek, Unity
Shared: 6/17/2008
On the way to Jerusalem he was passing along between Samaria and Galilee. And as he entered a village, he was met by ten lepers, who stood at a distance and lifted up their voices, saying,
Denomination: Episcopal/Anglican
Scripture: Luke 17:11-17:19
Shared: 12/9/2007
Part 17:The Great Commission - Jesus heals the Ten Lepers.
Denomination: Bible Church
Scripture: Luke 17:11-17:19
Shared: 8/23/2008
The one who shows gratitude to God is the one who benefits the most.
Denomination: Baptist
Scripture: Luke 17:11-17:19
Shared: 11/18/2012