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  • The Galilean Call

    Contributed by Daniel Lupton on Jun 1, 2007
    based on 30 ratings

    Easter or Missionary message on the Great Commission

    It’s amazing what we hear and don’t hear. Most of us can be justly charged with selective hearing. If mention to you, “I’ve changed cars, my son is starting a new job this week, and Hey, you look great – you’ve must have lost 15 or 20 pounds,” what are you going to remember? Do you ever more

  • Don't You Have A Galilean Accent?

    Contributed by W Pat Cunningham on Apr 4, 2009
    based on 2 ratings

    Jesus lived and died to create the true Israel of God.

    Tuesday of Holy Week 7 April 2009 Israel was not made a holy nation by God for its own benefit. From the beginning, this nomadic tribe was to be a place of true worship of the one God. This people was called to be a light to the nations, so that all would be attracted to right worship, and so more

  • The Notables Of The Early Church Series

    Contributed by Ed Vasicek on Jul 14, 2008
    based on 1 rating

    he Church is made up of God’s people. This was true from the beginning and is true today. But who were those people who made up the earliest church?

    The Notables of the Early Church (Acts 1:12-14) 1. Following Jesus Christ has never meant deserting the human race and living in seclusion -- or putting on an image of otherly-worldness -- if there is such a word. True, some Christians have chosen to live this way, like the Amish. But most have more

  • Were These Worse Sinners? An Exposition Of Luke 13:1-9

    Contributed by Mark A. Barber on Feb 21, 2019
    based on 4 ratings

    Trying to compare yourself favorably to those who sin more than you is a dangerous endeavor.

    Were These Worse Sinners? An Exposition of Luke 13:1-9 The natural tendency of human beings is to justify one’s self by finding someone who sins worse then himself/herself. Psychologists call this “projection.” It is a survival reflex in which one wishes to place their justly deserved punishment more

  • Follower Of Christ And Leader Of Others

    Contributed by James Dorman on May 9, 2017

    This sermon was preached at a Galilean (by Discipleguide) initiation and explores their motto.

    Textual Segment:Tonight, Joshua was inducted into the Gallileans. I want to examine their motto more closely. Their 2 key verses are great life verses for us all. Their motto: Follower of Christ, leader of others, is based on 1 Peter 2:21 NKJV For to this you were called, because Christ more

  • Can Anything Good Come Out Of Nazareth Series

    Contributed by Rich Anderson on Feb 18, 2011
    based on 9 ratings

    While Galileans were despised by Judeans, Galileans themselves despised people from Nazareth. People are asking the same question today. Can anything good come out of Nazareth?

    Can anything good come out of Nazareth? This was a question asked of Jesus’ disciple Nathanael – and Phillip said to him; “Come and see.” Nathanael was from Cana, another Galilean town just to the North of Nazareth. While Galileans were despised by Judeans, Galileans more

  • Repent

    Contributed by Dr. Gale A. Ragan-Reid on Oct 23, 2015
    based on 1 rating

    To perish, Nineveh thought best not to, when repentance was the discipline to obedience needed to save their souls through forgiveness, to enter in to the salvation plan of God through Christ Jesus, unlike the Galileans and those sinners at Siloam.

    REPENT by Dr. Gale A. Ragan-Reid (October 23, 2015) “The men of Nineveh shall rise in judgment with this generation, and shall condemn it: because they repented at the preaching of Jonas; and, behold, a greater than Jonas is here [“So the people of Nineveh more

  • The Resurrection Series

    Contributed by Gary Moore on Feb 4, 2008
    based on 1 rating

    Matthew’s account of the resurrection. Matthew’s narrative of e Galilean encounter with the disciples is a culmination to the gospel which accentuates the Trinitarian nature of God and the mission of the believer.

    He is not here, for he has risen, as he said. The gospels each relate the account of the resurrection according to their own purpose, consequently there are considerable differences between the Gospels (refer to the recent bulletin insert for a harmonization of those events), but with all the more

  • From Fish To Sheep Series

    Contributed by Ron Tuit on May 19, 2014
    based on 1 rating

    The familiar dialogue between Peter and Jesus after the fish miracle on the Galilean beach reinstates Peter as a disciple and calls others to Fish but also Shepherd.

    Fifty Forgotten Days: “From Fish to Sheep” John 21:15-17 Several disciples had just witnessed and had been PART OF another fish miracle on the shores of Galilee. The catch of 153 fish at the Galilee Breakfast with Jesus pointed to the large HOLY SPIRIT-Pentecost catch to come when more

  • Peter's Pentecostal Preaching

    Contributed by Vincent Harry Anobling on May 22, 2011
    based on 2 ratings

    When the crowd heard and saw the Galileans spoke in their native tongue, some were amazed, some were in doubt, and some mocked. The reason that the Apostle Peter stood up and preached his first sermon ever.

    When the crowd heard and saw the Galileans spoke in their native tongue, some were amazed, some were in doubt, and some mocked. The reason that the Apostle Peter stood up and preached his first sermon ever. Acts 2: 15 – 36 PETER’S PENTECOSTAL PREACHING 1. Peter’s Defense more

  • Word Or Wonders? Series

    Contributed by Jim Drake on Mar 21, 2009
    based on 2 ratings

    Why are you believing Jesus? Are you believing Him only for the miraculous things He is able to do for you? That’s why the Galileans welcomed Him and He marveled at their unbelief.

    This morning we have reached a transition text. These three verses mark a transition from the wonderful revival that just happened in Samaria… to the time when Jesus went back home to Galilee. In one way, you can think of what has happened in chapter four up to this point as a stopover. Remember more

  • An Ominous Note

    Contributed by Christopher Holdsworth on Jan 30, 2016
    based on 5 ratings

    "Except you repent, you shall all likewise perish!" Without the mercy and help of God, the cry goes forth a second time: "Cut it down!"

    AN OMINOUS NOTE Luke 13:1-9 There has been an ominous note ringing in the Gospel of Luke ever since Jesus set His face like a flint, determined to go to Jerusalem (Luke 9:51). This was the turning point of Luke’s Gospel, and has implications both for Jesus Himself (Luke 13:33), and for those more

  • Repent Or Perish Series

    Contributed by John Lowe on Sep 25, 2017

    Jesus spoke of a disaster in Jerusalem that killed 18 people when a tower collapsed. The location of the tower at Siloam is unknown, although it may have been part of Jerusalem’s wall near the pool of Siloam. Jesus also mentioned a group of Galilean men

    Judea Lesson: Repent or Perish Luke 13:1-5 1 There were present at that season some that told him of the Galilaeans, whose blood Pilate had mingled with their sacrifices. 2 And Jesus answering said unto them, Suppose ye that these Galilaeans were sinners above all the Galilaeans, because more

  • On The Way With Jesus

    Contributed by Martin Ellgar on Nov 7, 2014

    A perspective on Mark 8: 27-38. Our text today marks the end of Jesus’ Galilean ministry and the beginning of his journey to Jerusalem. It describes a transition period, a time of reflection, a time of learning, a time to gather strength and move on.

    Mark 8: 27-38 ON THE WAY WITH JESUS When we look through the Gospel of Mark we find our text in the middle of his Gospel. He has put it there for a reason. Our text today marks the end of Jesus’ Galilean ministry and the beginning of his journey to Jerusalem. It describes a transition more

  • The Barren Fig Tree Series

    Contributed by Eric Carey-Holt on Feb 16, 2003
    based on 76 ratings

    Jesus was responding to news about a calamity Luke 13:1-5. He was told of how Pilate (the Roman governor) had killed some Galileans (Jews from Galilee, the same region Jesus was from), and had anticipated the thinking of those who brought Him this news.

    THE BARREN FIG TREE—Luke 13:6-9 INTROUDUTION As we were making our way through the parables of Jesus as recorded in Matthew’s gospel, we noticed several that were directed toward the nation of Israel in particular. "The Two Sons", this speaks of the rejection of John the Baptist- Mt 21:28-32. more