Free Sermons and Sermon Outlines for Preaching :

Sermons on Luke 13:6-9: showing 1-15 of 161


Clear Scripture Filters




  • Show more


Sermon Type


Hope-Filled Preaching
Try PRO free and preach hope when people need it most.
Free Today for Pastors
  • Un Año Que Comienza Es Una Nueva Oportunidad.

    Contributed by Raquel Martinez on Dec 30, 2019

    No arrastres los fracasos del año anterior. Ten fe para un año mejor

    Introducción: Al terminar el año es bueno que reflexionemos sobre nuestra vida, nuestros logros, nuestro progreso o estancamiento, si ese es el caso y de esa reflexión, hagamos nuevos propósitos para el año que comienza. Un nuevo año es una nueva oportunidad, una more

  • Spring Training #1 - Wait Until Next Year Series

    Contributed by Robert Butler on Nov 25, 2019

    Repentance is not a singular act but a daily one that brings us humility, connection and grace

    Today we begin a new message series entitled, “Spring Training.” As you may know, Spring training is baseball’s equivalent to the preseason and it started sometime around 1870 when teams went out to California and Arizona to get ready for the real season. After a month of daily games, the team more

  • The Parable Of The Fig Tree In The Vineyard Series

    Contributed by Claude Alexander on Oct 26, 2019
    based on 2 ratings

    Do bad things only happen to bad people?

  • The Fruits Of Repentance Series

    Contributed by Thomas Clawser on Oct 6, 2019

    The Big Idea: Repentance is the gateway to holiness. Lent is a time of contemplation; turning—or returning—to God.

    King Frederick II, King of Prussia in the eighteenth-century, once visited a prison in Berlin. The inmates there tried to convince him they were unjustly imprisoned; that is, all of them but one. That one sat quietly in a corner, while the rest protested their innocence. Seeing him sitting there more

  • Repent, And Never Give Up

    Contributed by Thomas Clawser on Oct 6, 2019

    Because God never gives up on us, we too must never give up

    From the archives of Winston Churchill’s life comes the report of a singular commencement address. After enduring a lengthy introduction, Churchill rises from his seat, walks to the podium and stares fixedly at his audience of new graduates. "Never give up!" he asserts solemnly. He more

  • When Law Prevails

    Contributed by Byron Perrine on Jul 9, 2019

    This sermon echoes the teaching of the Apostle Paul in Romans, Chapter 7, and, God’s plan of salvation is introduced.

    Jesus said that all sin will be forgiven except the sin against the Holy Spirit (see Mark 3:28-29, Matthew 12:31-32 and Luke 12:10). Why would this one sin be unpardonable? It is because to deny the Holy Spirit, to say “no” to the Holy Spirit’s calls to enlightenment, messages which massage the more

  • Nobody Is Better Than Anybody

    Contributed by Ryan Ferwerda on Mar 28, 2019

    When we are faced with someone who thinks they are better than we are we try to rise above this through the reassurance that we would never treat anyone else the way they treat us. But with that kind of attitude, are we really any better?

    At one point in our lives, I am sure that we have all have come across someone that has an “I am better than everyone else, especially you” mentality. I myself have encountered this kind of attitude at multiple points throughout my life. I have experience it in the food service industry in which I more

  • What Is Suffering All About, And Can We Gain From It.

    Contributed by Gordon Mcculloch on Mar 24, 2019
    based on 1 rating

    Why do bad things happen to good people? Why should we suffer; and what are we mean to do about it.

    This sermon was delivered Gordon McCulloch to the congregation at Holy Trinity in Ayr, Ayrshire, Scotland on the 24th March 2019; Holy Trinity is a Scottish Episcopal Church in the Dioceses of Glasgow and Dumfries. Exodus 3:1-15 1 Corinthians 10:1-13 Luke 13:1-9 Psalm 63:1-8 “Please join me more

  • Debunking The Just World Theory

    Contributed by Kerry Haynes on Mar 24, 2019
    based on 1 rating

    Who do bad things happen to good people? There are no easy answers; yet Jesus teaches there is not always a direct link between misfortune and sin. And every calamity is a wake-up all for all of us.

  • Why?

    Contributed by Gaither Bailey on Mar 21, 2019

    We have many questions that begin with the word, "why".

    WHY? Luke 13: 1 – 9 Intro: How many questions can you think of that begin with “WHY”? 1) Why is the time of day when traffic moves the slowest called “rush hour”? 2) Why do we park our car in our “driveway”? 3) Why is the sky blue? 4) Why does our hair turn gray when we get older? 5) Why more

  • The Culture Of Appreciating What Bears Fruits For You And What Doesn’t

    Contributed by Richard Papafio on Mar 20, 2019

    Not all things bear fruits. Know what does and what doesn't so you don't use your time chasing the wind

    May the peace of the Lord be with you. *DAY 13 OF LENT* Our reflection for today is on the 11th Kingdom Culture from the parable below: *THE BARREN FIG TREE* Luke 13:6-9 King James Version (KJV) 6 He spake also this parable; A certain man had a fig tree planted in his vineyard; and more

  • Bearing Fruit

    Contributed by I. G. Spong on Mar 20, 2019
    based on 1 rating

    Where is God when bad things happen? Are people who die in calamities and atrocities just getting what they deserve? Let’s discuss time and chance, and God giving us one last chance to repent. Let’s look at what Jesus said in Luke 13:1-9.

    Where is God when bad things happen? Are people who die in calamities and atrocities just getting what they deserve? Let’s discuss time and chance, and God giving us one last chance to repent. Let’s look at what Jesus said in Luke 13:1-9. Unless You Repent Luke 13:1-3 Now on the same occasion more

  • Spiritual Manure - It Helps A Body Grow

    Contributed by Ernie Arnold on Mar 14, 2019
    based on 1 rating

    This sermon focuses on how God can use the stinky stuff in our lives to help us grow

    Scripture: Luke 13:1-9; Psalm 63:1-8 (Call to Worship) Theme: Lent/Growth Title: Spiritual Manure – It Helps a Body Grow INTRO: Grace and peace from God our Father, Son and Holy Spring. You can tell that it is getting closer to Spring Time – you can smell it in the air. You can smell the more

  • Lent 3, Year C: God's Not Mad Atcha!

    Contributed by Rian Adams on Mar 13, 2019

    Rian Adams: Parable of the landowner and the fig tree. Different intrepretation​ that places us at the cent​e​r of the parable.

    God Ain’t Mad ‘Atcha The Rev. Rian Adams Luke 13:1-9 There’s a question that troubles so many people. It’s a question that churchgoers and nonchurchgoers, struggle with; “Am I good enough for God?” I can’t speak for you but at certain times in my life I’ve felt like my decisions, and my life more

  • The Parable Of The Fig Tree

    Contributed by Paul Andrew on Feb 25, 2019
    based on 4 ratings

    Lent 3, Cycle C: Living your second chance

    From Luke 13: 6-9 today: The situation: A man had a fig tree planted in his vineyard. The complication: The fig tree did not bear figs when expected. The resolution: The owner, therefore, orders that it be cut down. The second chance: The gardener proposes another solution that more