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  • Of What Spirit Are Ye?

    Contributed by Dr. Ronald Shultz on Mar 19, 2012
    based on 6 ratings

    Would Jesus' Facebook status comments sound like yours?

    Of What Spirit Are Ye? I grew up, off and on, in a rather mild Methodist church and my wife was in a rather laid back Lutheran one though Methodists were once call shoutin' Methodists and we all know the stir Luther made back in the day. Things mellowed out over the years. At 20 and more

  • I Can't Stay Here

    Contributed by Anthony Collins on Oct 16, 2011
    based on 4 ratings

    Too often we allow our painful past to hold us hostage to the moment of our pain. We are hurt or offended and are seriously challenged to move past the pain to a place of wholeness. It is only from a place of wellness that we can complete God's purpose

    Hear the Word - Momentarially committed – then we get distracted We find ourselves in the same place…stuck for years (gossip, unforgive, complain) Jezebel - Lazy - read the bible - sleep vs. SMBS – watch TV vs. praying…excuses, lie vs. the truth… We know we need more

  • The Road To Jerusalem Series

    Contributed by Darren Mccormick on Mar 28, 2011
    based on 4 ratings

    First message in a four part series that follows Jesus' movements to the cross and beyond.

    AM Sermon preached at Central Christian Church March 2, 2008 Jesus At The “Cross”roads Sermon Series The Road to Jerusalem [START SLIDE SHOW—IT’LL ADVANCE AUTOMATICALLY TO SLIDE #4] Today, as you can see from the slides and the bulletin insert, we’re starting more

  • Joining The Journey To Jerusalem Series

    Contributed by Steven Simala Grant on Jul 29, 2009
    based on 4 ratings

    Jesus’ call is to complete discipleship. Total love. Abandoning ourselves to Him. No half heartedness, no “yes, but first…”, no giving Jesus just a piece of us. He wants it all, because it is all broken and it all needs to be healed, and then He gives

    Joining the Journey To Jerusalem: Breaking Boundaries Luke 9:51-63 May 24, 2009 Intro: Journey… Bob Dylan asks “How many roads must a man walk down, before you can call him a man”? Tom Cochrane says, “Life is a Highway”. Robert Frost said that “two roads diverged in a wood…” We seem to more

  • The Twelve, Part 2

    Contributed by Dino Rizzo on May 7, 2009
    based on 7 ratings

    This is part two of a seven-part series studying Jesus’ disciples and the principles of discipleship. This message focuses on James and John.

    Turn to your neighbor and say, "Jesus is here, and anything can happen." It’s a great day to be in church. We are going to be looking at some scriptures in the gospels, which give a recording of Jesus, the life of our Savior. It gives four different looks at the same scenario. We are going to be more

  • Knocking Off Rough Edges Series

    Contributed by David Elvery on May 6, 2009
    based on 4 ratings

    Sometimes as Christians we have rough edges that Jesus needs to knock off us including unbelief, pride, competition, judgmentalism and self interest

    “Knocking off rough edges – Luke 9:37-62” Gladstone Baptist Church – 12/3/06 am S1 - Most people think that we are pretty good Christians and that Jesus is lucky to have us on his side. The disciples thought this also There was once a man named Tom who was promoted to vice president of his more

  • The Walk!

    Contributed by Tony Abram on Oct 3, 2008
    based on 14 ratings

    I believe that God calls all of His people to walk with Him. In this outline we lay out seven kinds of personal walk we have with Christ. If our desire is to be more like Him then we must walk and learn of Him daily. Not just in the Sunday morning service

    The Walk (Luke 9:23 KJV) And he said to them all, If any man will come after me, let him deny himself, and take up his cross daily, and follow me. (Luke 9:62 KJV) And Jesus said unto him, No man, having put his hand to the plow, and looking back, is fit for the kingdom of God. I believe more

  • Tagging Along Or Truly Following Jesus

    Contributed by Greg Nance on Mar 3, 2008
    based on 8 ratings

    Jesus called disciples to follow him. What did he really mean by "follow me"? Luke 9 gives us some insight.

    Martin Luther once said, “A religion that gives nothing, costs nothing and suffers nothing, is worth nothing.” (from Philip Gunther’s intro.) What does Jesus mean when he says, “Follow me”? We need to ask ourselves, am I just tagging along or truly following Jesus? When Jesus says to us, more

  • Making A Molehill Out Of A Mountain Series

    Contributed by Victor Yap on Dec 19, 2007
    based on 5 ratings

    Apostles, Pt. 11

    MAKING A MOLEHILL OUT OF A MOUNTAIN (LUKE 9:51-56) The widely respected Indianapolis Colts coach and Superbowl winner Tony Dungy is the epitome of cool, calm and composure. Peyton Manning credited Dungy’s calm demeanor as critical to the team’s rally from an 18-point deficit against the New more

  • Buzzards, Bats, Bumblebees & Eagles Part 3 Series

    Contributed by Rodney Johnson on Aug 20, 2007
    based on 3 ratings

    Part 3 focuses on the bumblebee.

    Buzzards, Bats, Bumblebees and Eagles Are You Living Like The Bumblebee? Scriptures: Luke 9:51-56; Acts 16:20-25 Introduction As you may recall, I have shared with you previously about the buzzards and the bats. With all of their other capabilities, both have limitations that more

  • The Way Of Jesus

    Contributed by Tim Hedberg on Jul 21, 2007
    based on 3 ratings

    Don’t let the past be the focus of your future.

    The Way of Jesus Luke 9:51-62 June 24, 2007 On Thursday, Deb and I left Luke, Ben and Emma with my parents at the Oregon coast and took off to attend a portion of our denomination’s Annual Meeting in Portland. After the meeting was over, Deb and I got back in the car to head back to our more

  • Love Costs Series

    Contributed by Kevin Ruffcorn on Jul 9, 2007
    based on 6 ratings

    While traveling to Jerusalem, a Samaritan village refuses to welcome Jesus and his disciples. Instead of judgment, Jesus demonstrates to his followers overwhelming compassion and reminds us of how he moves in our lives.

    Luke 9:51-62 “Love Costs” INTRODUCTION The stories that we have of Jesus give us snapshots of Jesus, his life and his ministry. Snapshots are powerful communicators. They can, however, limit the information they convey, or massage it. We only see the story that is contained within the more

  • The Cost Of Discipleship

    Contributed by Scott Cody on Jul 7, 2007
    based on 20 ratings

    A challenge for disciples to follow Jesus, even when his path leads away from our sense of security, responsibility and identiy.

    a. Lesson Intro i. Are you a follower or a leader? A young girl was applying to an Ivy League college with great anticipation. That is until she came to the question, “Are you a leader?” She agonized over the question for a while and finally told the truth. “No” she wrote, “I am not a more

  • Jesus Said: Follow Me

    Contributed by Revd. Martin Dale on Jul 1, 2007
    based on 13 ratings

    If we are truly Christians and not simply churchgoers - this has real implications in our lives

    NR/IC 01-07-07 This morning, I would like to look at one verse from our Gospel reading – verse 59 where Jesus said: "Follow me." In Mt 16, Jesus elaborates on what he means by following him when he said: If any one would come after me,he must deny himself more

  • The Call To Discipleship Is Not Easy

    Contributed by Ronald Harbaugh on Jul 1, 2007
    based on 5 ratings

    As sermon for the 5th Sunday after Pentecost, Proper 8, Series C

    5th Sunday after Pentecost [Pr. 8] July 1,2007 “Series C” Grace be unto you and peace, from God our Father and from our Lord, Jesus Christ. Amen. Let us pray: Dear Heavenly Father, we confess that we often try to adjust Jesus’ teachings and call to follow him to our life and expectations, more