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  • When A Miracle Makes You Mad Series

    Contributed by Scott Maze on Jun 12, 2021

    Today, I want to tell the story… the story of three people – Jesus, the miracle-worker, the religious leaders, and a diseased man. And you’ll see two emotional reactions for us and we’ll see two life lessons. Along with way, I’ll even share with you one of Grimm’s fairy tales.

    When people talk about miracles, they typically think of healing miracles. One day the tumor is there; the next day, it’s no longer. Someone prays for a blind man and he regains his sight. Miracles are supernatural events that offer hope and healing to people in need. We started a series on more

  • More Valuable Than An Ox

    Contributed by Victor Yap on Dec 14, 2020

    Healing, miracle

    MORE VALUABLE THAN AN OX (LUKE 14:1-6) After I finished my book on People Jesus Met for the people Jesus healed last month, I was literally soaking my feet one day in hot water with herbs, salt and vinegar when I checked the KJV word “dropsy” on the Internet. I had purposefully left out the more

  • Learn How To Be Humble

    Contributed by Timm Meyer on Nov 7, 2020

    Jesus healed on the Sabbath. Proud Pharisees were upset. Jesus displayed divine compassion and consideration to those in dire need.

    LEARN HOW TO BE HUMBLE (Outline) October 4, 2020 - Pentecost 18 - LUKE 14:1-11 INTRO.: Our Savior Jesus Christ teaches us how to be humble. Humility is not what the world teaches. There is an obvious difference between what the world thinks and how God thinks. These opposites are called more

  • The Rude Guest (September 1,2013).

    Contributed by John Williams Iii on Aug 14, 2020

    Jesus told this parable to illustrate God’s will and how there were seat-seekers who were excluding those who were in need of a seat.

    THE RUDE GUEST Text: Luke 14, 1, 7 – 14 John Wesley had no intention of founding a denomination. He was a clergyman in the church of England. He boldly reached out to those whom society and the church of his day had marginalized. John Wesley saw the church more

  • When Jesus Comes To Dinner Series

    Contributed by Brad Bailey on Oct 23, 2019
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    When Jesus Comes to Dinner Series: Encountering Jesus (through the Gospel of Luke) Brad Bailey - October 13, 2019

    When Jesus Comes to Dinner Series: Encountering Jesus (through the Gospel of Luke) Brad Bailey - October 13, 2019 Series #42 / Luke 14:1-14 Intro As we continue in our extended focus on Encountering Jesus in the Gospel of Luke…we have come to this point in which Jesus is speaking into what the more

  • The Parable Of The Great Banquet. Series

    Contributed by Claude Alexander on Oct 9, 2019
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    Excuses Excuses, Invitation to the Great Dinner.

    The Parable of the Great Banquet. Excuses Excuses Luke 14: 1-24 In our text, the entire section is centered around a meal table. A prominent Pharisee asked Jesus to eat at his home. A number of things took place at this table, but none of them were very pleasant. All-in-all, it was a most more

  • "we Can Do Better"

    Contributed by Gerald Roberts on Sep 2, 2019

    The message is about being humble than we are we can do better>

    Sermon “WE Can Do Better” Luke 1, 7-14 1. Consider the Humility of some folks in the sports arena • Jim Thorpe? He was the most famous athlete of his time, able to run with speed and power as well as pass, catch, punt and kick. After leading the Canton Bulldogs to three unofficial world more

  • Choose Wisely

    Contributed by Michael Deutsch on Aug 30, 2019
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    Looking at Jesus' words at a dinner party about choosing humility

    Luke 14:1, 7-14 September 1, 2019 One of the most difficult things to do when planning a large party, like a wedding reception is what? Where are you going to seat everyone! You know certain people have to sit closer to the head table, you just have to do it. Like it or not. Then there are more

  • Are We Humble Enough?

    Contributed by The Rev Deniray Mueller on Aug 30, 2019
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    How often do we assume a more exalted position than is warranted?

    One time when Jesus went for a Sabbath meal with one of the top leaders of the Pharisees, all the guests had their eyes on him, watching his every move. He went on to tell a story to the guests around the table. Noticing how each had tried to elbow into the place of honor, he said, “When someone more

  • Parable Of Taking The Lowest Place

    Contributed by The Rev Deniray Mueller on Aug 30, 2019

    We should always assume the position of the least, just as Jesus taught

    PARABLE OF TAKING THE LOWEST PLACE (Luke 14:1) Jesus is invited to Sabbath dinner at the home of a Pharisee; there are lots of important people there and they are all watching Jesus to see what he will do. The Pharisees were gathering information that would be used later in Jesus’ trial in more

  • The Parable Of The Great Feast

    Contributed by The Rev Deniray Mueller on Aug 30, 2019
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    One can always improve their position, but can also be demoted

    THE PARABLE OF THE GREAT FEAST (Luke 14:1, 7-14) In this Gospel reading, we again find Jesus teaching through a parable – but this time we get two for the price of one. But they both deal with the issue of hospitality. Jesus is invited to Sabbath dinner at the home of a Pharisee; there are more

  • "chutes And Ladders"

    Contributed by Kenneth Sauer on Aug 27, 2019
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    A sermon about Jesus' call to humble ourselves.

  • Righteous Inclusion

    Contributed by I. G. Spong on Aug 25, 2019

    Some people ought to be excluded, in prison, deported, disqualified from leading a church, and quarantined in sickness. However, other people are marginalized unjustly. Let's see what Jesus taught about righteous inclusion in Luke 14:1-14.

  • Los Dos Bolsillos De Humildad

    Contributed by Paul Andrew on Aug 19, 2019

    XXII Domingo Ordinario

  • Humility: The Quiet Virtue Speaks

    Contributed by Paul Andrew on Aug 10, 2019
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    22nd Sunday in Ordinary Time, Cycle C. Twenty-second Sunday in Ordinary Time

    Rabbi Simcha Bunim, a great Polish Hasidic master, taught that “Everyone must have two pockets, with a note in each pocket, so that he or she can reach into one or the other, depending on the need. When feeling lowly and depressed, discouraged or disconsolate, one should reach into the right more