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Luke 19 - AMP

2 And there was a man called Zacchaeus, a chief tax collector, and rich. 3 And he was trying to see Jesus, which One He was, but he could not on account of the crowd, because he was small in stature. 4 So he ran on ahead and climbed up in a sycamore tree in order to see Him, for He was about to pass that way. 5 And when Jesus reached the place, He looked up and said to him, Zacchaeus, hurry and come down; for I must stay at your house today. 6 So he hurried and came down, and he received and welcomed Him joyfully. 7 And when the people saw it, they all G. Abbott-Smith, Manual Greek Lexicon.muttered among themselves and indignantly complained, He has gone in to be the guest of and lodge with a man who is devoted to sin and preeminently a sinner. 8 So then Zacchaeus stood up and solemnly declared to the Lord, See, Lord, the half of my goods I give to the poor, and if I have cheated anyone out of anything, I restore four times as much. 9 And Jesus said to him, Today is salvation come to this household, since Zacchaeus too is a son of Abraham; 10 For the Son of Man came to seek and to save that which was lost. 11 Now as they were listening to these things, He proceeded to tell a parable, because He was approaching Jerusalem and because they thought that the kingdom of God was going to be brought to light and shown forth immediately. 12 He therefore said, A certain nobleman went into a distant country to obtain for himself a kingdom and then to return. 13 Calling ten of his bond servants, he gave them ten minas and said to them, William Tyndale, The Tyndale Bible.Buy and sell with these Marvin Vincent, Word Studies.while I go and then return. 14 But his citizens detested him and sent an embassy after him to say, We do not want this man to become ruler over us. 15 When he returned after having received the kingdom, he ordered these bond servants to whom he had given the money to be called to him, that he might know how much each one had made by William Tyndale, The Tyndale Bible.buying and selling. 16 The first one came before him, and he said, Lord, your mina has made ten minas. 17 And he said to him, Well done, excellent bond servant! Because you have been faithful and trustworthy in a very little , you shall have authority over ten cities. 18 The second one also came and said, Lord, your mina has made five more minas. 19 And he said also to him, And you will take charge over five cities. 20 Then another came and said, Lord, here is your mina, which I have kept laid up in a James Moulton and George Milligan, The Vocabulary.handkerchief. 21 For I was afraid of you, because you are a stern (hard, severe) man; you pick up what you did not lay down, and you reap what you did not sow. 22 He said to the servant, I will judge and condemn you out of your own mouth, you wicked slave! You knew that I was a stern (hard, severe) man, picking up what I did not lay down, and reaping what I did not sow? 23 Then why did you not put my money in a bank, so that on my return, I might have collected it with interest? 24 And he said to the bystanders, Take the mina away from him and give it to him who has the ten minas. 25 And they said to him, Lord, he has ten minas ! 26 And I tell you that to everyone who gets and has will more be given, but from the man who does not get and does not have, even what he has will be taken away. 27 But as for these enemies of mine who did not want me to reign over them--bring them here and Marvin Vincent, Word Studies.slaughter them in my presence! 28 And after saying these things, Jesus went on ahead of them, going up to Jerusalem. 29 When He came near Bethphage and Bethany at the mount called Olives, He sent two of His disciples, 30 Telling , Go into the village yonder; there, as you go in, you will find a donkey's colt tied, on which no man has ever yet sat. Loose it and bring . 31 If anybody asks you, Why are you untying ? you shall say this: Because the Lord has need of it. 32 So those who were sent went away and found it as He had told them. 33 And as they were loosening the colt, its owners said to them, Why are you untying the colt? 34 And they said, The Lord has need of it. 35 And they brought it to Jesus; then they threw their garments over the colt and set Jesus upon it. 36 And as He rode along, the people kept spreading their garments on the road. 37 As He was approaching , at the descent of the Mount of Olives, the whole crowd of the disciples began to rejoice and to praise God loudly for all the mighty miracles and works of power that they had witnessed, 38 Crying, Blessed (celebrated with praises) is the King Who comes in the name of the Lord! Peace in heaven and glory (majesty and splendor) in the highest ! 39 And some of the Pharisees from the throng said to Jesus, Teacher, reprove Your disciples! 40 He replied, I tell you that if these keep silent, the very stones will cry out. 41 And as He approached, He saw the city, and He wept over it, 42 Exclaiming, Would that you had known personally, even at least in this your day, the things that make for peace (for Hermann Cremer, Biblico-Theological Lexicon.freedom from all the distresses that are experienced as the result of sin and upon which your peace--your Joseph Thayer, A Greek-English Lexicon.security, safety, prosperity, and happiness--depends)! But now they are hidden from your eyes. 43 For a time is coming upon you when your enemies will throw up a Marvin Vincent, Word Studies.bank about you and surround you and shut you in on every side. 44 And they will dash you down to the ground, you and your children within you; and they will not leave in you one stone upon another, because you did not come progressively to recognize and know and understand the time of your visitation . 45 Then He went into the temple and began to drive out those who were selling, 46 Telling them, It is written, My house shall be a house of prayer; but you have made it a James Moulton and George Milligan, The Vocabulary.cave of robbers. 47 And He continued to teach day after day in the temple . The chief priests and scribes and the leading men of the people were seeking to put Him to death, 48 But they did not discover anything they could do, for all the people hung upon His words and William Tyndale, The Tyndale Bible.stuck by Him.

Sermons on Luke 19 More sermons: Luke 19

Jonathan Vorce avatar
Jesus and Zacchaeus
Shared by: Jonathan Vorce on Feb, 2017
Summary: This sermon focuses on the interaction between Jesus, Zacchaeus, the Pharisee's and the community at large. Lost People matter to God. You can overcome a critical spirit and God cares about families.
Palm Sunday
Shared by: GARY ELLER on Jan, 2017
Summary: Getting ready for The King
Scripture: Luke 19:28-40
Denomination: *other
Views: 11
Fred W. Penney avatar
How can I Keep from Singing"
Shared by: Fred W. Penney on Dec, 2016
Summary: Palm Sunday message. "My house shall be called a house of prayer!"
Scripture: Luke 19:28-47
Denomination: Pentecostal
Views: 18
suresh manoharan avatar
Shared by: suresh manoharan on Dec, 2016
Summary: In this World, the corruption of the heart is more dangerous than corruption seen in Government offices...Jesus by removing corruption from the heart can remove financial corruption of the Society!!!
Craig Condon avatar
Weeping for Jerusalem
Shared by: Craig Condon on Nov, 2016
Summary: If we knew the heartbreak in our hometowns, we would weep too. Every city and town can be blessed with Jesus’ presence, but the leaders must invite Jesus into the city or town before God’s peace can be experienced.
Scripture: Luke 19:41-44
Denomination: Anglican
Views: 50
Kerry Haynes avatar
When a Little Guy Meets a Big God
Shared by: Kerry Haynes on Nov, 2016
Summary: Jesus reaches out to the smallest and the evilest among us with a very personal invitation. He calls us by name. He invites himself over. He desires nothing less than a radically changed life, submitted to him, and all for our good!
Rick Gillespie- Mobley avatar
In It To Win It--We Are Givers
Shared by: Rick Gillespie- Mobley on Nov, 2016
Summary: This sermon demonstrates that because God is generous and a giver in all that God does, we can't help but become generous and a giver as we go through life.
Scripture: Luke 19:1-10
Denomination: Presbyterian/Reformed
Views: 107
O What A Savior
Shared by: GARY ELLER on Nov, 2016
Summary: We have a Wonderful Savior in Jesus
Scripture: Luke 19:28-40
Denomination: *other
Views: 52
Clair Sauer avatar
When Seeing is Changing
Shared by: Clair Sauer on Nov, 2016
Summary: An encounter with Christ means a fundamental transformation of everything we have been.
Scripture: Luke 19:1-10
Denomination: United Methodist
Views: 112
Gordon McCulloch avatar
The transformation of Zacchaeus, and us too if we would listen and believe.
Shared by: Gordon McCulloch on Nov, 2016
Summary: What others think of us is irrelevant to the Lord. It is what he see in us that is important. Zacchaeus show us how the power of God is used to free us from the influence of others, and free us to be ourselves.
Scripture: Luke 19:1-10
Denomination: Episcopal
Views: 222
Ernie Arnold avatar
I Want to See Jesus!
Shared by: Ernie Arnold on Oct, 2016
Summary: In this passage Luke shares with us the story of Zacchaeus - a chief tax collector who 1. Wanted to see Jesus 2. Wo possessed a spirit of humility 3. Who opened his heart and home to Jesus and 4. Who displayed the heart and life of righteousness
based on 2 ratings
Scripture: Luke 19:1-10
Denomination: *other
Views: 2,322
Tim Smith avatar
The Call to Faithfulness
Shared by: Tim Smith on Sep, 2016
Summary: Knowing the end of his life is near, Jesus needs to remake His disciples’ understanding of what their responsibilities are as they await His return. And so Jesus tells them a story that had a familiar ring: The Good Samaritan
Series: Storyteller
Scripture: Luke 19:11-27
Denomination: Methodist
Views: 205
Craig Benner avatar
The Road to Restitution
Shared by: Craig Benner on Sep, 2016
Summary: Salvation has been said to be profoundly simple yet simply profound. Maybe this message can clarify what we are trying to say.
Scripture: Luke 19:1-9
Denomination: Pentecostal
Views: 141
D. Greg Ebie avatar
Your Place to Give with Open Hands
Shared by: D. Greg Ebie on Aug, 2016
Summary: God has a place for the unlikely, places where the Lord will direct us to GIVE. Let’s look quickly at seven unlikely and perhaps unexpected ways we can give: Unlikely places to give because your sins are forgiven.
Series: Unlikely
Christopher Holdsworth avatar
A Camel That Passed Through the Eye of a Needle
Shared by: Christopher Holdsworth on Jul, 2016
Summary: Jesus 'seeking and saving' the Lost.
based on 6 ratings
Scripture: Luke 19:1-10
Views: 1,543
Steve Ely avatar
Hometown - Pt. 1 - Cry . . . Baby!
Shared by: Steve Ely on Apr, 2016
Summary: Hometown. Comfortable confines. Known streets. Familiar sights. Our people. Our mission field? Our challenge? Our assignment?
Series: Hometown
Stephen Belokur avatar
Zacchaeus the Transformed Man
Shared by: Stephen Belokur on Jun, 2016
Summary: There's an interesting story in Luke about a man named Zacchaeus who just wanted to see Jesus as He passed through Jericho but Zacchaeus got much more than he expected. and it transformed his life. Have you pursued Jesus. Has Jesus transformed your life?
Scripture: Luke 19:1-10
Denomination: Nazarene
Views: 302
Dr. Ronald Shultz avatar
Watch Your Word On The Street
Shared by: Dr. Ronald Shultz on Jun, 2016
Summary: Take Jesus and the Word to the street, but be careful of how you represent and present them.
David Nolte avatar
Seeking The Lost
Shared by: David Nolte on Jun, 2016
Summary: Soul sinning, why evagelize, attitudes toward the lost
Scripture: Luke 19:1-10
Views: 689
Rodney Johnson Sr., avatar
The Living Faith of a Dying Thief
Shared by: Rodney Johnson Sr., on May, 2016
Summary: The text teaches us that God's grace is Amazing even when man is at his worst.
Scripture: Luke 19:39-45
Denomination: Baptist
Views: 437
Wade M. Hughes, Sr avatar
Understand the VALUE/WORTH of very little things?
Shared by: Wade M. Hughes, Sr on May, 2016
Summary: If we really VALUE and see the WORTH IN VERY LITTLE THINGS then promotion can be before us.... Never hate your littleness, TRUST GOD'S GREATNESS.
John Newbaker avatar
The Greatest Miracle
Shared by: John Newbaker on May, 2016
Summary: A biblical examination of the greatest miracle that can happen to a person.
Scripture: Luke 19:1
Denomination: Baptist
Views: 296
Steve Ely avatar
Hometown - Pt. 1 - Cry . . . Baby!
Shared by: Steve Ely on Apr, 2016
Summary: Hometown. Comfortable confines. Known streets. Familiar sights. Our people. Our mission field? Our challenge? Our assignment?
Series: Hometown
Anthony Zibolski avatar
Jesus and His disciples
Shared by: Anthony Zibolski on Apr, 2016
Summary: Palm Sunday message learned from the disciples of Jesus
Scripture: Luke 19:28-44
Denomination: Nazarene
Views: 298
John Gaston avatar
He Knows My Name
Shared by: John Gaston on Apr, 2016
Summary: Everyone has the need to be loved. A life-changing moment happens when we hear the All-powerful Creator, Maker of the vast universe, express His loves to us personally, calling us by our name.
Scripture: Luke 19:1-10
Denomination: Assembly Of God
Views: 1,087
Mark Mitchell avatar
The Necessity of the Praise of God
Shared by: Mark Mitchell on Apr, 2016
Summary: It would be unjust for God not to be praised.
Scripture: Luke 19:29-40
Denomination: Baptist
Views: 161
Sherm Nichols avatar
Getting Off Dead Center
Shared by: Sherm Nichols on Mar, 2016
Summary: A reminder that anyone can successfully share some element of the good news with someone who needs to hear it.
Scripture: Luke 19:1-10
Views: 253
Mike Dankson avatar
Searching for Answers? A candid look at the life of a seeker
Shared by: Mike Dankson on Mar, 2016
Summary: This sermon is for seekers. It connects with an audience who may not understand what they are missing by not knowing Christ
Scripture: Luke 19:1-10
Denomination: *other
Views: 298
Kerry Haynes avatar
Mandatory Worship
Shared by: Kerry Haynes on Mar, 2016
Summary: The whole creation--including us--is designed to worship the one true God. If we don't cry out, the stones will worship God. We need to become 24/7 worshipers, constantly aware of God's presence and guidance.
based on 2 ratings
Scripture: Luke 19:28-40
Denomination: Baptist
Views: 506
Garth Wehrfritz- Hanson avatar
Jesus the Messiah-King
Shared by: Garth Wehrfritz- Hanson on Mar, 2016
Summary: Jesus enters Jerusalem on that first Palm Sunday, riding on a donkey, symbol of humility and peace. Jesus as the true Messiah-King is different than all would-be Messiahs and Kings.
Scripture: Luke 19:28-40
Denomination: Lutheran
Views: 164