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  • Too Busy To Worship? Series

    Contributed by Paul Clemente on Jun 18, 2012

    Against the status quo, Christians are to have “Christ-like” hearts.

    We will continue our study of the Gospel of Luke today; but in honor of Father’s Day, we will start with a passage in Ephesians. Please open your Bibles to Ephesians 6. Read along with me Ephesians 6:1-3… It’s pretty much self-explanatory isn’t it? We honor our parents by obeying them. We honor more

  • Recognizing Our Neighbor And The Wrath Of God Series

    Contributed by W Pat Cunningham on Aug 2, 2015
    based on 1 rating

    In an age when people refuse to recognize our neighbor and treat him/her with dignity, we need a holy intercessor to help us.

    It is our misfortune, or, better, the design of Divine Providence, that we live in an age and society that does not recognize the neighbor whom we should love as we love ourselves. An inconveniently conceived child, as I was nearly seven decades ago, is not recognized as a human being, let alone more

  • Looking For Loopholes

    Contributed by Rick Boyne on Aug 12, 2015

    We must not look for ways to get around what God wants us to do.

    Looking for Loopholes August 9, 2015 Morning Service Immanuel Baptist Church, Wagoner, OK Rick Boyne Message Point: We must not look for ways to get around what God wants us to do. Focus Passage: Luke 10:25-29 Supplemental Passage: Therefore, to one who knows the right thing to do and more

  • Who Is My Neighbor?

    Contributed by Kerry Haynes on Jul 10, 2016
    based on 4 ratings

    It's easy to get along with people who get along with us, but what about when we see someone very different from us in need? Jesus challenges us to be a good neighbor to everyone we encounter.

    Luke 10:25-37 Who is My Neighbor? Have you ever struggled to be nice to someone, especially someone different from you? Maybe they’re talkative and you’re quiet, or they are a gossip and you detest gossip, or maybe their skin is darker and yours is lighter, or yours is darker and more

  • What Do We Do About Our Neighborhood?

    Contributed by John Dobbs on Jul 9, 2016

    It’s a scary time and a deadly time for many. If anyone can show us the way to be good neighbors …it’s Jesus!

    What Are We Going to Do About Our Neighborhood? Luke 10:25-37 
Introduction Watching Mr. Rogers Neighborhood is a pleasant childhood memory. There were real life characters like Mr. McFeely the delivery man, Lady Aberlin, Chef Brockett. But it was the puppets I loved the best more

  • Inheritance Or Identity?

    Contributed by Jay Winters on Jul 7, 2016
    based on 1 rating

    The parable of the Good Samaritan is a parable about identity couched in the lawyer's question about inheritance. Both are ours in Christ, but one is more important than the other.

    Inheritance or identity? The parable of the Good Samaritan is one of those passages that we could probably all recite from memory if we had to. We know what happens - a man is traveling along the road, he is ambushed, left for dead, and then two religious guys are too busy or otherwise concerned more

  • Do What Your Told Series

    Contributed by Jeffrey Sims on Feb 8, 2015

    How we have been Commanded to love God as well as our neighbor and how we can only perfect this love through Jesus Christ within us

    Last week we started a series called “How to improve your Love life” our scripture was 1st Corinthians 13 and we talked about what love isn’t and what love is. So why do we need to improve our love life? I believe the way we love goes hand in hand with our salvation. Lets more

  • Life On The Jericho Road

    Contributed by W Pat Cunningham on Aug 20, 2017

    For most of us, however, the times we frequently encounter beaten and bloody humans along the Jericho road is in our daily life of work and friendship.

    Twelfth Sunday After Pentecost 2017 Extraordinary Form Over the past half-century I have had several careers, and I thank God for all of them. Twenty years were spent in sales and sales management, and much of that time was spent selling life insurance. It’s not the easiest thing more

  • What Would You Do?

    Contributed by Larry Turner on Feb 13, 2013
    based on 3 ratings

    A homeless man walks into a bar. What would you do? (Sermon based on TV show What Would You Do? , the episode centering on the treatment of the homeless.)

    Show video from You Tube “WWYD? - No shoes, no shirt, no pants, no service!” I cannot watch this video without being overcome by emotions. I am forced to ask myself “What would I do?” Would I have been one of the many to sit and watch as this person is cast out of the bar? Would I have turned more

  • Blessed Are The Merciful, For They Will Be Shown Mercy

    Contributed by Claude Alexander on Nov 13, 2017

    Qualities of a christian - Mercy. To receive mercy I must be merciful.

    Jesus’ Sermon on the Mount exposes self-righteousness and makes a clear division between it and the true righteousness needed to enter the kingdom of heaven. Righteousness cannot be earned based on what you do and what you refrain from doing, for man absolutely cannot meet God’s standards on his more

  • In Defense Of The Spirit Of True Christianity

    Contributed by Luther Sexton on Mar 29, 2019

    Am I my brother's keeper?

    IN DEFENSE OF THE SPIRIT OF TRUE CHRISTIANITY OR HE FELL Scripture: Luke 10: 25 -37 I. Justification A. Define Justify: -to render righteous or such he ought to be -to show, exhibit, evince, one to be righteous, such as he is and wishes himself to be considered. -to declare, more

  • What God Wants Most

    Contributed by Steven Chapman on Jan 24, 2007
    based on 3 ratings

    The point here is not that Martha’s activities are bad. The choice Jesus discusses with Martha is between something that is good and something that is better. Life is full of tough choices, and Jesus is addressing the relative merit of good activities her

    What God Wants Most Luke 10:25-42 Suppose you have to choose between two people who want to go to dinner with you. The first is very warm and takes a genuine interest in others. He listens attentively and is fun to be with. Those who develop a friendship with him want it to last a more

  • Too Close For Comfort

    Contributed by Bob Joyce on Sep 14, 2007

    Jesus confronts our prejudices and comfort levels by exposing how we treat those who are disadvantaged. Our actions speak louder than our professions of faith and faithfulness.

    Throughout my ministry, people have come to me with situations that need resolution in the third person. These people have said to me, “Pastor, I sure wish my friend could have been here today to hear that sermon. He really needed that one.” Often it’s a wife, or a husband. “I wish my husband had more

  • And Now For The Rest Of The Story...

    Contributed by Stephen Becker on Oct 13, 2007
    based on 1 rating

    A sermon investigating the Good Samaritan and Good Works, in light of the Grace of Jesus Christ. We do God’s good works not to be saved because Jesus has done everything for our salvation; rather we do good works because we are saved.

    And Now…the Rest of the Story Luke 10:25-37 The Parable of the Good Samaritan Stephen Becker, M.Div. St. Peter’s Lutheran Church Seventh Sunday After Pentecost, July 15, 2007 How many people here have heard of the story of the Good Samaritan before? It’s a parable that is taught often more

  • Won't You Be My Neighbor

    Contributed by Matthew Stoll on Oct 1, 2007
    based on 4 ratings

    Being a good neighbor (loving our neighbor) means being intentional about caring for those whom God places in our path even if they are different from us.

    [Have the congregation exchange names with one another during greeting time] [Sing “Won’t You Be My Neighbor” while mimicking Mister Rogers (changing out of coat and shoes into sweater and dockers] Many of us here or your children had the opportunity to grow up with Mister Roger’s more