Books & Chapters
Luke 18 - NIV
35 As Jesus approached Jericho, a blind man was sitting by the roadside begging.
“What do you want me to do for you?”
“Lord, I want to see,” he replied.
Sermons on Luke 18
Contributed by Kevin L. Jones on Jul 28, 2014
A sermon examining the miracle Jesus performed in Bartemaus' life.
What The Blind Man Saw Luke 18:35-43 George Matheson was a minister and hymn writer who went blind at the age of 20. Matheson believed that God made him blind so he could see clearly in other ways and become a guide to men.One might think that George Matheson was at a disadvantage because of ...read more
Contributed by Coz Von on Apr 10, 2014
We sin and wonder, is it at all possible for me to be saved. Will I make it. Is there hope for me, I meen I am so bad and I cant seem to overcome. what does Jesus think about this?
Main Idea Let’s take a walk with Jesus and ask Him some questions. Jesus, “How we can inherit the Kingdom of Heaven, and what measure will You use to gauge our fitness to inherit your Kingdom, I mean, can we really make it? Do you really want us to be there? We will discover that ...read more
Contributed by Mark Stepherson on Oct 13, 2011
BE SPECIFIC when praying. Specific prayers emphasize our need and God’s power. Specific prayers may even clarify our calling.
Prayer Keys - Be Specific “What do you want me to do for you?” “Lord, I want to see,” he replied. Lk 18:41 Praying specifically is a key to effective prayer. The blind man’s first request is for Jesus to have mercy on him. Jesus asks him specifically, “What ...read more
Contributed by David Henderson on Mar 29, 2010
In this message I look at some of the blind spots we have in regard to our faith.
“Blind Spots” Luke 18:35-43 The 1964 Philadelphia Phillies will always be known as one of the great failures in sports history. As they came to the last few weeks of their season they were in first place. Then they lost a game , then another, 10 games in a row and they blew it. ...read more
Contributed by D Parker on Feb 15, 2010
The nature of Lent - the call of journeying to the cross, and being healed by the One who makes the journey...
Concordia Lutheran Church Sunday, February 14, 2010 A Journey of Mercy Luke 18:31-43 † IN JESUS NAME † May our eyes be open to the incredible blessings of the Father’s mercy, as they are poured out on us as we journey through life, in Christ. AMEN! Today, the church year ...read more