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  • Whom Are You Inviting To Thanksgiving Dinner?

    Contributed by Charles Whitmire on Nov 23, 2008
    based on 3 ratings

    This message speaks to us becoming givers, rather than just takers...

    This week is a big week for many families. You’ve been making plans. You’ve invited family over - or maybe you are traveling to see them. The kids will be out of school. Chances are, most of us will do pretty much the same thing. We’ll gather, cook, eat, and rest - with some football thrown in more

  • 0817 Trinity Xvii: Covenantal Collapse Series

    Contributed by Mark Woolsey on Oct 4, 2008
    based on 2 ratings

    The relationship of the Christian Sabbath and the Gospel

    Sermon: Covenantal Collapse Text: Luke 14:1-11 Occasion: Trinity XVII Who: Mark Woolsey When: Sunday, Sep 21, 2008 (which is really Trinity XVIII) Where: Providence Reformed Episcopal Church Luke 14:1-11, NKJV: Now it happened, as He went into the house of one of the rulers of the more

  • Plotting Plotters Provide Personal Pitfalls Series

    Contributed by Mack Armstrong on Sep 10, 2008
    based on 1 rating

    A Dinner invatation given by one of the chief Pharisee to publicly humilate Jesus failed miserably

    LUKE 14:1-6 PLOTTING PLOTTERS PROVIDE PERSONAL PITFALLS I. THE PLOT: LUKE 14:1, 2 A. Premeditated. B. Participants. C. Plant. II. THE PRAGMATISM: LUKE 14:3, 4 A. Proposition. B. Procedure. C. more

  • Jesus Never Called Shotgun

    Contributed by Kirk Wannop on Jan 17, 2008
    based on 6 ratings

    Jesus tells us to give up the seat of honour so His grace can flow through our humility

  • An Invitation To Worship Series

    Contributed by Todd Leupold on Jan 16, 2008
    based on 7 ratings

    Part 1 in series about living lives of worship. Focus of this opening message is a powerful reminder that God has invited us to live and participate in Him - it is up to us to how we may respond and what that may mean.

  • It's Not About Power

    Contributed by Joseph Smith on Jan 13, 2008
    based on 3 ratings

    For deacon ordination at Montgomery Hills Baptist Church: deacons are to be humble, secure, and serving, and thus to coach the whole church in Kingdom ways.

    Power is what the world knows. You cannot live in the metro DC area without seeing that power is everything for this world. The power of a position in the government, where you can order people around like pawns on a chessboard. The power of access to huge sums of money, so that shopping sprees more

  • Book Keeping

    Contributed by David Trexler on Dec 4, 2007
    based on 3 ratings

    Jesus was not a candidate for the most popular award in his class. No wonder they nailed him to a tree.

    Sermon for Luke 14:7-14 September 2nd 2007 Last week I mentioned one of the greatest privileges of being a pastor is the opportunity to preside over Word and Sacrament. The Sacraments are the easy part, because I really do nothing. After all, its God’s work, not mine. But the Word, the Word more

  • Table Manners And Christian Ethos

    Contributed by Samuel Stone on Nov 15, 2007
    based on 3 ratings

    Table Manners and Christian Ethos

  • The Way Of Grace Is Different

    Contributed by Stephen Becker on Oct 13, 2007
    based on 4 ratings

    A sermon which explores the meaning of the Grace of Jesus Christ: what is means, how Jesus secured our salvation, what it meant to the Jews and Gentiles of Jesus’ time and what it means to us today. FAITH ALONE, GRACE ALONE BECAUSE OF JESUS ALONE.

    “The Way of Grace is Different” Luke 14:1-14 Stephen H. Becker, M.Div. St. Peter’s Lutheran Church—Elk Grove, Ca. September 2nd, 2007 In our reading today, Jesus told a parable, and in fact throughout Jesus’ ministry, He often taught using parables. The Apostle Mark in his Gospel tells us more

  • In The Name Of Pride

    Contributed by Austin Mansfield on Sep 18, 2007
    based on 4 ratings

    One of the worst characteristics, or symptoms, of pride is that it feeds off others in order to fill its host. Pride builds us up only by tearing others down.

    Other Scripture used: Ecclesiasticus 10:(7-11)12-18 Hebrews 13:1-8 Luke 14:1,7-14 Psalm 112 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 more

  • Worth The Wait

    Contributed by Carl Benge on Sep 13, 2007

    Patience and waiting on God’s recognition of us

    How many of us remember as kids, the family Thanksgiving or Christmas dinner? Do you remember sitting at that card table with all your siblings and cousins? Now how many of you remember that dinner when you were finally old enough to sit with the grown ups? No longer were you one of the babies, more

  • Playing The World's Games By God's Rules

    Contributed by Beth Garrod-Logsdon on Sep 4, 2007
    based on 8 ratings

    In this parable, Jesus is teching those at the banquet how to play "musical chairs" using God’s rules not the rules of the world.

    Playing the World’s Games by God’s Rules 22nd Sunday of Orinary Time, 2007 Children’s Sermon tie-in - Luke 14:11 - Using the game of "Chutes and Ladders" we discussed and how sometimes when you think you are going to lose you land on a ladder space and move forward and sometimes when you think more

  • The Blessings Of Last Place Series

    Contributed by Kevin Ruffcorn on Sep 3, 2007
    based on 24 ratings

    We live in a society obsessed with being number one, while following Jesus who calls us to humble, faithful service. To meet the challenge of Jesus’ call, we must start at the foot of the cross.

    Luke 14:1, 7-14 “The Blessings of Last Place” INTRODUCTION This week a 41 year-old father was indicted on drug charges. He was pumping steroids into his 13 year-old son, who was competing for a place on the Olympic staking team. The father wanted his son to be number 1. Controversy more

  • Humble Yourselves Before God

    Contributed by Ronald Harbaugh on Aug 29, 2007
    based on 19 ratings

    A sermon for the 14th Sunday after Pentecost, Proper 17, 2007

    14th Sunday after Pentecost [Pr. 17] September 2, 2007 “Series C” Grace be unto you and peace, from God our Father and from our Lord, Jesus Christ. Amen. Let us pray: Dear Heavenly Father, through the death and resurrection of your Son, Jesus the Christ, you have given us the gift of your more

  • The Humbled And The Exalted

    Contributed by Stan Simonik on Aug 28, 2007
    based on 13 ratings

    Jesus’wisdom teaches us to win in the struggle between pride and humility.

    Dear brothers and sisters in Christ, there is an old saying, “A nail that sticks out will be pounded.” Although this saying might be appreciated by those in the building trades, I think it originated in the military. It’s nice to receive recognition, but not too much. You don’t want to call too more