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  • Jesus Predicts His Death Series

    Contributed by Scott Maze on Jun 12, 2021

    Think of it: Jesus marshaled no army and He carried no weapon. Jesus never used His miraculous powers to throw the Pharisees off the nearest cliff. Yet, the threat of Jesus was so great, He often made enemies into allies:

    A New York Times editorial claims that America’s views on the death penalty are changing. 35 people were put to death in 2014 which was the fewest in 20 years. And 2014 marked a nearly 40 year low in the number of new criminals placed on death row. While the method of execution may have changed, more

  • Not Afraid Nor Dismayed

    Contributed by John Williams Iii on Mar 3, 2021

    Jesus looked at all He did through the lens of His hour of suffering to come---His death and resurrection. In spite of the opposition of the Pharisees, Jesus never wavered from His mission---to seek and save the lost.

    NOT AFRAID NOR DISMAYED Text: Luke 13:31-35 Luke 13:31-35  At that very hour some Pharisees came and said to him, "Get away from here, for Herod wants to kill you."  (32)  He said to them, "Go and tell that fox for me, 'Listen, I am casting out demons and more

  • Patriotic Christians #3 - For The Love Of Country Series

    Contributed by Duane Wente on Nov 1, 2020

    God has blessed us with a great country. There are assets to celebrate. There are shortcomings to mourn. Jesus looked over Jerusalem and expressed the same emotions that we should display for the United States. In the end, we need to pray for our country, stand strong and defend the USA.

    Patriotic Christians #3 For the Love of Country Theme: I believe that God has blessed us with a great country in which to live. There are many assets we should celebrate. There are also shortcomings we should mourn. Jesus looked over Jerusalem and expressed the same emotions that we should more

  • What Brings Out The Best In People

    Contributed by Damien Saylor on Jun 9, 2020

    - I believe some of the greatest stories for this pandemic, is all the outpouring of help & love. - If the virus had not have come, I do not believe people would have noticed others like they do now.

    Sermon- What brings out the best in people? - If you’re like me, I like to watch the mystery science shows. They present a mystery & then give you scenarios of what that something could be. They finally end up with showing you what the mystery is. Q- What’s the point of their more

  • The Emotional Jesus

    Contributed by Derrick Tuper on Apr 6, 2020
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    Today is Palm Sunday. And in Jesus' triumphal entry, and elsewhere, we see the emotional side of Jesus. What did it mean then and what does it mean for us today?

  • Sermon On The Amount Series

    Contributed by C. Philip Green on Jan 24, 2020
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    Store God’s money in the right place; see God’s money with the right perspective; and serve the right power. Trust Christ with your life and use God’s money to benefit others.

    Next Sunday is the Super Bowl with the Kansas City Chiefs playing for the first time in over 50 years! I’m looking forward to a great game, but also to some great commercials like this Chevy commercial shown during Super Bowl 46 in 2012 (show Chevy Happy Grad: more

  • God's Mantelpiece

    Contributed by Fr Mund Cargill Thompson on Jan 19, 2020
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    A sermon on how much God adores us - with a few references to some slightly controversial topics. Preached on the 2nd Sunday after Epiphany 2020 at St Barnabas Northolt

    .................................. I log into Facebook and there on some one’s status is a grainy black and white photo of a baby - the ultrasound that announces that their new arrival is on it’s way. And many people will keep that ultrasound up with their other photos on the mantelpiece - the more

  • Becoming Men Of Integrity

    Contributed by Rick Gillespie- Mobley on Nov 10, 2019

    This is a Men's Day sermon for an inner-city church facing issues of poverty and legalization of marijuana in their community. It looks at David and his meeting with Ahimelek. David's lack of integrity had painful consequences.

    Becoming Men Of Integrity 1 Samuel 21:1-9 Luke 13:31-35 11/8/2019 When you hear the word integrity, what other words come into your mind. Some words I think of are honesty, faithfulness, keeping your word, trustworthy, consistent, dependable, caring, righteous, justice and steadfast. Men more

  • A Faithful Defense

    Contributed by Thomas Clawser on Oct 6, 2019

    The Big Idea: God wants us to be faithful him in our words and actions, even in difficult situations.

    Of Christians put to death for their faith in the second century, perhaps no account is as striking as the story of Polycarp. Polycarp (A.D. 70-155) is bishop of Smyrna and a godly man who knows the apostle John personally. When urged by the Roman proconsul to renounce Christ, Polycarp responds more

  • The Power Of Spiritual Incubation

    Contributed by John Gaston on Sep 19, 2019

    The process of chick development closely resembles that of believers developing into the nature of Christ. 3 similarities: their beginning, the need for brooding, and their maturity empowering them to break out of their limitations.

    THE POWER OF SPIRITUAL INCUBATION Mt. 23:37; Lk. 13:34 INTRODUCTION A. HUMOR 1. A man was at a large Starbucks in Los Angeles. He reached in his coat pockets and pulled out a tiny piano and a medium-size rat. The rat began to play the piano. A crowd gathered, amazed. 2. “That’s nothing,” the more

  • If We Are But Willing

    Contributed by The Rev Deniray Mueller on Apr 13, 2019

    Jesus wants to gather us like a mother hen does her chicks

    IF WE ARE BUT WILLING Luke 13:31-35 We have heard readings the last few weeks known at the ‘Travel or Journey Narratives’; chronicling Jesus’ movement throughout the country, headed to Jerusalem for his crucifixion. He is still in Galilee, and appears to have increasingly caught the attention of more

  • A Faithful Defense | Our Obligation To Christ And The Gospel Series

    Contributed by Thomas Clawser on Mar 24, 2019

    God wants us to be faithful to him in words and actions, even in difficult situations. So, what does it take to persevere in the way of Jesus?

    Of Christians put to death for their faith in the second century, perhaps no account is as striking as the story of Polycarp. Polycarp (A.D. 70-155) is bishop of Smyrna and a godly man who knows the apostle John personally. When urged by the Roman proconsul to renounce Christ, Polycarp responds more

  • "the Fox And The Hen"

    Contributed by Kenneth Sauer on Mar 22, 2019

    A sermon about reaching out to our community.

    “The Fox and the Hen” Luke 13:31-35 What just happened? Were the Pharisees—that is the religious leaders--really concerned about Jesus? They warned Jesus that Herod wanted to kill Him. Why would they do that? Not only did they not like Jesus; they had been discussing among themselves more

  • Hens And Chicks

    Contributed by Gaither Bailey on Mar 21, 2019

    We should always seek out God when trouble arises.

    Hens and Chicks Luke 13: 31 - 35 Intro: An elderly woman went to the doctor’s office. When asked why she was there, she responded, “I’d like to have some birth control pills.” The doctor said, “But Mrs. Jones, you are 72 years old. What possible use could you have for birth control pills?” more

  • Hold On!

    Contributed by Mary Erickson on Mar 18, 2019

    We keep our eyes on the promise of God's "third day"

    March 17, 2016 (St. Patrick's Day) Hope Lutheran Church Pastor Mary Erickson Philippians 3:17-4:1; Luke 13:31-35 Hold On! Friends, may grace and peace be yours in abundance in the knowledge of God and Christ Jesus our Lord. One of the great songs from the Civil Rights movement in the 1960’s more