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  • The Beloved Disciple

    Contributed by Todd Riley on Oct 18, 2000
    based on 50 ratings
     | 8,683 views

    During the last month I have been watching the NBA playoffs on the TV.

    During the last month I have been watching the NBA playoffs on the TV. The team that I have been cheering for has been the San Antonio Spurs. David Robinson is my favorite player because he’s good and because he’s a committed follower of Jesus Christ. One of the things that I have noticed about the ...read more

  • Do You Touch Feet?

    Contributed by Chris Talton on Jan 18, 2002
    based on 28 ratings
     | 2,770 views

    Jesus evidenced humble service toward His disciples. He calls us to do the same toward one another.

    March 26, 2000 John 13:1-17 “Do you touch feet?” INTRODUCTION [quietly sit down on the edge of the stage, and proceed to take off your boots. Take a whiff of the smell in your boots after you take them off. Then, proceed to take off your socks. After taking off your socks, begin to clean ...read more

  • The Kiss Of Betrayal

    Contributed by Chris Talton on Jan 18, 2002
    based on 125 ratings
     | 25,996 views

    While pretending to kiss Jesus, we may be betraying Him without even thinking about it.

    April 8, 2001 John 13:18-30 “The Kiss of Betrayal” INTRODUCTION What do you think of when I say the word “kiss”? Now, I’m not talking about the rock group by that name, and I’m not using it as an acronym (Keep It Simple Stupid). I’m talking about that thing that two people who are in ...read more

  • Christ's Lordship Demands Our Servanthood

    Contributed by Don Spooner on Jan 24, 2001
    based on 144 ratings
     | 9,596 views

    Jesus voluntarily humbled Himself to become a servant and we must do the same.

    The Bible, our supreme guild for living, has much to say concerning being a servant. God has often empowered those who did not think too highly of themselves. People such as Gideon hiding in the threshing floor, or David tending sheep in the backlot caught God’s attention and were mightily used of ...read more

  • Disappointing Disciples Series

    Contributed by Chris Appleby on Feb 6, 2001
    based on 60 ratings
     | 6,371 views

    Jesus had to deal with disappointing disciples. So do we. How do we deal with them? By applying the new Law of Love.

    John 13 begins with the wonderful statement: ’Having loved his own who were in the world, [Jesus] now showed them the full extent of his love.’ It’s a picture of an intimate relationship with his disciples, like that of a loving parent who will do anything for their children. Yet even as he’s ...read more

  • Comparison Of Faults

    Contributed by Rodney Carr on Feb 10, 2001
    based on 54 ratings
     | 3,247 views

    This sermon will help those to understand that your sin is not greater or smaller than your brother’s sin.

    sIntroduction Preachers, like the congregation, are not immune to sin like most unbelievers would think. Anyone in the Christian faith should know that a Preacher can be overtaken in a fault or sin just like most, if not, all church members does in some point in their spiritual life. Most church ...read more

  • The Sword And The Servants Knot

    Contributed by Keith Harms on Feb 28, 2001
    based on 64 ratings
     | 4,366 views

    Servanthoood and the Sword of the Spirit go hand in hand

    The Sword and the Servants Knot Keith Harms, Pastor of livingWORD Assembly of God-Delavan, Wisconsin This is an article written for our local newspaper I have over many years developed my perception of Christian responsibility toward God, His Church and the unsaved of our community and the world. ...read more

  • We Need More Woe In Our Lives!

    Contributed by Dr. Ronald Shultz on Mar 17, 2001
    based on 55 ratings
     | 5,065 views

    The way of woe leads to happiness!

    We Need More Woe In Our Lives Don’t worry, be happy was a popular song not so long ago. Stimpy of Ren and Stimpy says, "Happy, happy! Joy, joy!" We are guaranteed the right to the pursuit of happiness in our Constitution. The entertainment and travel industries earn billions of ...read more

  • Washing The Disciples Feet - An Acted Parable

    Contributed by Owen Bourgaize on Jun 16, 2001
    based on 94 ratings
     | 11,372 views

    The washing of the disciples’ feet by Jesus was his way of teaching them humility in serving others, a dramatised parable of his submission to death, an anticipation of the Cross and the Empty Tomb abd a message for us today.

    WASHING THE DISCIPLES’ FEET - AN ACTED PARABLE On the night before His Passion Jesus spoke some wonderfully prophetic words: "You do not realise now what I am doing, but later you will understand" (John 13:7). These are the words of Jesus addressed to His disciples. The scene is the room in ...read more

  • Descending To Higher Ground

    Contributed by David Gauthier on Jun 26, 2001
    based on 97 ratings
     | 13,994 views

    The way to be elevated in the eyes of God, is to descend in humility to the service of others.

    Did you know that you can actually reach higher ground by bowing low? You can descend in such a way so as to actually reach higher elevations! Jesus showed how… On the last night that He spent with His disciples before being crucified, Jesus taught some profound lessons in a simple act of ...read more

  • The Problem Of Dirty Feet

    Contributed by Bob Hostetler on Jul 5, 2001
    based on 157 ratings
     | 14,441 views

    If Jesus, our Lord and Teacher, washed his disciples’ feet, we also should serve each other, there should be no task, no role, no effort that we will not do for each other.

    The Problem of Dirty Feet Scripture Reading: John 13:1-17 Text: John 13:14 They arrived in groups of twos and threes, talking loudly, laughing boisterously. . . They were Galileans, all of them but one, and they were men of the sea, men of the soil, and—a couple—men of the ...read more

  • Service Series

    Contributed by Troy Borst on Jul 15, 2001
    based on 69 ratings
     | 8,465 views

    A series of sermons from Richard Foster’s book "Celebration of Discipline." A top 10 book for any Christian!

    CELEBRATION OF DISCIPLINE: SERVICE JOHN 13:1-17 INTRODUCTION William Law made a lasting impact upon 18th century England with his book, A Serious Call to a Devout and Holy Life. In it, Law urges this Christian that every day should be viewed as a day of humility. And how does he suggest that ...read more

  • The Towel Or The Sword

    Contributed by Glen Madden on Jul 16, 2001
    based on 119 ratings
     | 4,748 views

    Will you choose the towel in life like Jesus?

    Title: The Towel or Sword? Glen B Madden Ref: John 13 Introduction: The Chief Executive of a large company has had some bad news concerning his health. „« Calls a meeting „« Squabbling among the executives „« Shoe shining „« Clean out your desk! „« Stoop to serve¡Kraise your authority Modern ...read more

  • Between The Toes Too Please

    Contributed by David Campbell on Aug 4, 2001
    based on 114 ratings
     | 4,874 views

    A practical & spiritual look at the footwashing service with Jesus.

    "Between the Toes Too Please" John 13:1-17 Pastor Dave Campbell If you’ve ever spent time around farm animals, you may see a number of similarities between them and us people. Chickens, for example, have an interesting tendency to set up a social order in which the strong pick on the weak. Or ...read more

  • The Art Of Servanthood

    Contributed by Timothy Lueking on Sep 7, 2001
    based on 182 ratings
     | 12,722 views

    Why is being a servant of God such an Art?

    The Art of Servanthood John 13:1-17 A. Introduction 1. The Water (Anonymous) It was one of the hottest days of the dry season. We had not seen rain in almost a month. The crops were dying. Cows had stopped giving milk. The creeks and streams were long gone back into the earth. It was a ...read more