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  • Hurry, The Door Is Still Open!

    Contributed by Reggie Corfield on Aug 21, 2010
    based on 8 ratings

    Friend, my goal today is to win you for Christ. God loves you and wants you to spend eternity with him. If you have been one of those who have been coming to Church faithfully for many years and never really received Jesus as your personal Savior, I de

    We are not told who that “someone” was who asked Jesus the question “Lord will those who are saved be few?” but in answering the question Jesus actually tells us how to get there. He tells us that only few will get in while many will stand outside the door and keep more

  • When The Door Is Shut

    Contributed by Daniel Austin on Sep 7, 2010

    To find the door we must find Christ. To know the way we must know Jesus but to enter in, Jesus must know us for salvation is from God through Jesus.

    When The Door Is Shut 09/13/09 AM Text/Reading: Luke 13:22-30 Introduction I was listening to a radio broadcast on a local Christian radio station while on the way into work one morning and there was a discussion that revolved around opportunities in life and one of the speakers made the statement: more

  • The Narrow Door

    Contributed by Michael Adams on Mar 16, 2010
    based on 4 ratings

    "Someone" (vs 23) asks a general question but God desires personal questons... Thoughts on our walk toward the Narrow Door. Can be a very fun sermon. A call for people to have a deeper walk with God. Concluding sugestions at the end of sermon.

    In some of our previous messages I shared from: 1) Luke 13:31-35 where Jesus weeps for Jerusalem. The Pharisees have a pretense of caring for Jesus by warning Him of Herod's plans to kill Him, all while they themselves desire to do just that. We also talked about the animal imagery used in the more

  • Getting In Series

    Contributed by Tyler Edwards on Jun 15, 2011
    based on 1 rating

    Jesus at the feast of dedication

    33. Who is Jesus? April 17th, 2010 Getting In After doing some traveling and teaching in the region of Judea Jesus returns to Jerusalem for the Feast of Dedication. While He is teaching in Jerusalem He gets into a little bit of trouble over the issue of His deity. Once again Jesus claims to be more

  • The First Shall Be Last

    Contributed by Gordon Curley on Aug 7, 2011
    based on 4 ratings

    Jesus and the rich young ruler - Mark chapter 10 verses 17-31. (Powerpoint slides to accompany this talk are available on request - email:

    SERMON OUTLINE: (A). The Mans qualities: He was Enthusiastic (vs 17) He was humble (vs.17) He had courage (vs 17) He showed discernment (vs 17) He was spiritually aware (vs 17) He was moral (vs 20) He was religious (vs 19-20) (B). The Mans failure: He loved his possessions & riches (vs more

  • Are You Saved?

    Contributed by Richard Futrell on Oct 7, 2010
    based on 4 ratings

    In the Pharisees' hammering out of the truth, they missed Jesus' point. The real question wasn’t, “How many are going to be saved?” The real question was, “Are you going to be saved?”

    Intro Swollen and bloated with pride, convinced their conclusions were correct, the Jewish rabbis hunkered down to refute the other side. So who was the other side? They were other Jewish rabbis. Some of them were saying that everyone who was Jewish would be saved. Others were saying that only more

  • Straight Talk For Saints And Sinners

    Contributed by Gordon Curley on Nov 23, 2010

    Parable of Mustard Seed & Narrow Door (PowerPoint slides to accompany this talk are available on request - email:

    SERMON OUTLINE: (1). Straight talk about the Kingdom (vs 18-22) • illustration #1: like a mustard seed (vs 19). • illustration #2: like yeast (vs 21). (2). Straight talk about salvation (vs 23-33). • Entrance to the Kingdom is not automatic (vs 23-24). • Entrance to the Kingdom is a struggle more

  • Which Side Of The Door? Series

    Contributed by Alan Mccann on Apr 23, 2007
    based on 14 ratings

    when God closes the door on the last day which side will you be left standing on?

    Luke 13.22-30 The story is told of a little Jimmy who came home from school and asked his parents the following question: “Where did I come from?” Mum looks at Dad, Dad looks at Mum – the ‘birds and the bees’ moment has suddenly arrived. Mum smiles and as she leaves the room she says ‘This is a more

  • Do All Religions Lead To God? Series

    Contributed by Steven Simala Grant on May 11, 2007
    based on 14 ratings

    Do all religions lead to God? Aren’t they really just different paths to the same place, different perspectives on the same thing, different names for the same “higher power”? Tempting, but then we confront Jesus.

    Do All Religions Lead To God? Luke 13:22-30; Acts 17:16-23 May 29, 2005 Intro: Do all religions lead to God? Aren’t they really just different paths to the same place, different perspectives on the same thing, different names for the same “higher power”? Isn’t the important thing that we all more

  • Yeast And The Narrow Way

    Contributed by Richard Francis on May 19, 2007
    based on 5 ratings

    This is about the yeast of the Holy Spirit working in us, making us more like Jesus, helping us to walk the narrow way between the kingdom of this earth and the kingdom of God as we strive to serve Jesus.

    The woman and the yeast, the Kingdom of God is… Luke 13: verse 20 - 21 Again he asked, "What shall I compare the kingdom of God to? It is like yeast that a woman took and mixed into a large amount of flour until it worked all through the dough.“ Yeast is also referred to as Leaven Leaven was a more

  • God The Patient Gardener Series

    Contributed by Tom Fuller on Sep 24, 2006
    based on 5 ratings

    Do you ever picture God as a vindictive judge who can’t wait to throw judgment at sinners? This and other misconceptions about God are addressed in Luke 13.

    God - The Patient Gardener - Luke 13:1-35 What are some common misconceptions about God? 1. That God rises above all religions and a piece of God is found in each 2. God is "the big man upstairs" who is not really involved in affairs here on earth 3. Good things happen to good people, bad things more

  • Are They Few That Are Saved?

    Contributed by Tony Skaff on Mar 31, 2006
    based on 4 ratings


    1stBBC Are they few that are saved? Luk 13:22-24 And he went on his way through cities and villages, teaching, and journeying on unto Jerusalem. And one said unto him, Lord, are they few that are saved? And he said unto them, Strive to enter in by the narrow door: for many, I say unto you, more

  • Trees, Yeast, And Doors Series

    Contributed by Todd Stiles on Oct 26, 2006
    based on 7 ratings

    What exactly is the Kingdom of God like? Learn about its primary traits from stories about trees, yeast, and doors.

    “Trees, Yeast, and Doors” (Luke 13:18-35) Have you ever wondered, “What is the Kingdom of God like? How does it operate?” If so, you wouldn’t be alone – Jesus knew people were wondering, so he asked the question for them! We find this in Luke 13:18-35. Would you turn there? I’d like to read the more

  • Are There A Few That Be Saved?

    Contributed by Toby Powers on Jan 28, 2007
    based on 21 ratings

    Jesus preached repentance of sins, and set some demands that seemed higher than most would ever dream that they could meet. They asked of him, "Are there a few that be saved?" We learn in this sermon about those few who enter the straight gate.

    From the Desk of Pastor Toby Powers Truth Baptist Church Bremen, GA ARE THERE FEW THAT BE SAVED? Luke 13-1-5, 23-31 Intro: Some came to Jesus with an accusatory tone telling him about some who had been killed by Herod while trying to worship. Sensing in their spirits more

  • Heed The Warning

    Contributed by Austin Mansfield on Sep 18, 2007
    based on 1 rating

    We need to get back to the first-century approach to our walk with the Lord, caring for each other, loving each other, each individual Christian doing whatever he or she can for any child of God.

    Other Scripture used: Isaiah 28:14-22 Psalm 46 Hebrews 12:18-19,22-29 In the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Spirit. May the words of my mouth and the meditation of my heart be acceptable to you, Lord, my rock and my redeemer. Amen. (Psalm 19:14) In our Gospel today, Jesus more