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  • Other People's Money - Pt. 4 - Dollars And Sense Series

    Contributed by Steve Ely on Nov 12, 2014

    Your neighbor attends church wanting instruction and supernatural response in every important area of life . . . relationships, direction and success, but we they don't want anyone to talk about money.

    Other People's Money Pt. 4 - Dollars & $ense I. Introduction I have learned there are certain things that just don't go well together. Some of this I learned in school and others just by observation. Some of you will learn this in a month or so . . . being a teenage boy and having a girlfriend at more

  • I Love You Lord, But...

    Contributed by Jerry Flury on Oct 25, 2014
    based on 6 ratings

    Many profess to love the lord but with reservations. Their mantra is “I love you Lord but...” Excuses arise when they are called to follow Jesus Christ in sacrificial discipleship or to live separated holy lives.

    I love You Lord, but... Luke 14:15-33 Many profess to love the lord but with reservations. Their mantra is “I love you Lord but...” Excuses arise when they are called to follow Jesus Christ in sacrificial discipleship, to commit to having a consistent walk and witness as a child of more

  • Jesus Talking Tough

    Contributed by I. Grant Spong on Aug 31, 2016

    Let’s examine Luke 14:25-33 and the cost of being a disciple.

    Intro If church size is more important than faithfulness to Jesus, then here are 5 ways to build a mega church. 1) Promise that obedience to Jesus will improve your worldly stature. 2) Promise that people will not have to carry their own cross, because Jesus did. 3) Tell them not to use their more

  • Piccadilly Disciples

    Contributed by Troy Borst on Mar 1, 2017
    based on 1 rating

    Sermon focusing on discipleship

    PICCADILLY DISCIPLES LUKE 14:25-33 ILLUSTRATION: PICCADILLY 1 Imagine if you will a place to eat where you can have almost anything under the sun and where you serve yourself. You walk in, grab a tray, and laid out before you are more options than you could eat at any one time. The point of more

  • The Cost Of True Discipleship. Is It Worth It? Do We Want It?

    Contributed by Gordon Mcculloch on Dec 3, 2016
    based on 3 ratings

    We all know the cost of discipleship is high, but what is discipleship, and more importantly, do we, as a Christians have a choice but to be disciples? True discipleship is to embrace it, to enjoy it, and live for it because we want to.

    This sermon was delivered to St Oswald’s, Maybole, Ayrshire, Scotland on the 5th September 2010; St Oswald’s is a Scottish Episcopal Church in the Dioceses of Glasgow and Dumfries. The readings for today are: Jeremiah 18:1-11 Psalm 139:1-5, 12-17 Philemon 1-21 Luke more

  • Discipleship - It's Not What You May Think Series

    Contributed by Ernie Arnold on Aug 18, 2016
    based on 1 rating

    In this passage Jesus shares with us the true meaning of what it takes to be His Disciple. It's not an A, B, C formula.

    Scripture: Luke 14:25-33 Title: Discipleship - It's Not What You May Think Proposition: In this passage Jesus shares with us the true meaning of what it takes to be His Disciple. It's not an A, B, C formula. INTRO: Grace and peace from God our Father and from His Son Jesus Christ more

  • Cost Of Being A Disciple

    Contributed by Mark Engler on Sep 27, 2017

    What I see from reading the Bible of those who were serving the Lord they had difficulty because they were Christians doing the will of God. Being a disciple does and will cost you something.

    Cost of Being a Disciple Luke 14:25-35 ME Last week Maria and I went back to Parkview Christian Church in Sedalia, MO. It is always good to go back there because we have so many friends there. Parkview is the church were we were before I went into the ministry. I served in many different areas more

  • Cost Of Being A Disciple Of Christ.

    Contributed by Derek Geldart on Jan 2, 2018
    based on 4 ratings

    What would it be like to serve God all your life only to hear Him say the words “I never knew you?” Have you counted the costs of becoming a disciple of Christ? Have you really become a child of God? Please read this sermon and make sure!

    COSTS OF BEING A DISCPLE OF CHRIST Luke 14:25-35 Online Sermon: 21 “Not everyone who says to me, ‘Lord, Lord,’ will enter the kingdom of heaven, but only the one who does the will of my Father who is in heaven. 22 Many will say to Me on that day, ‘Lord, more

  • Priority Of Discipleship Series

    Contributed by Wayne Mock on Feb 3, 2011

    Following Christ is not always easy, however it must always be the highest priority.

    There are those who want to avoid all that is difficult. Some look for the easiest way. Some seek that which will bring less challenge or less hardship. The US Marine Corps takes pride in having a far different attitude. On the US Marine Corps website are these words under eligibility, “Our more

  • Counting The Cost

    Contributed by Gaither Bailey on Sep 4, 2019

    Discipleship is not for the faint of heart.

    Counting The Cost Luke 14: 25 - 33 Intro: I recently read the true story about a preacher who was standing at the door shaking hands as the congregation departed on Easter Sunday. He grabbed one man by the hand and pulled him aside. The preacher said to him, The man replied, "You need to more

  • The Cost Of Discipleship

    Contributed by Nicky Evans on Jul 19, 2011
    based on 1 rating

    While salvation is a free gift, there is a cost in following Jesus.

    For over a year now we've been studying the Scriptures and looking at the 'basics' of Christianity. We went through 1 John asking the question 'Is It Real' and measuring ourselves up against the tests found throughout that book designed for the purpose of judging whether or not our faith in Christ more

  • The Parable Of Costly Discipleship: Series

    Contributed by Matthew Kratz on Jul 8, 2011

    Assessing the cost of discipleship come through stories of 1) Construction Discipleship (Luke 14:28–30) 2) Conflict Discipleship (Luke 14:31–32) and 3) Chattel Discipleship (Luke 14:33)

    Canada’s first war in more than half a century ended at 11:18 a.m. local time Thursday at a spot about 300 metres away from where the first Canadian combat troops set foot in Kandahar on Jan. 19, 2002. Canadian troops--about 35,000 men and women have deployed to Afghanistan since late 2001--have more

  • Discipleship Part 1 Series

    Contributed by Rodney Johnson on Feb 25, 2011

    This series focuses on becoming a true disciple. Part one focuses on our need to understand the costs involved in becoming a disciple.

    Discipleship Part 1: Pupil and Followers Scriptures: Matthew 18:3; Luke 14:25-33 Introduction: This morning I will start a series I’ve titled “Discipleship.” In our adult bible study class, we have been discussing our simple church process. A large part of our discussions more

  • Oh, Boy!

    Contributed by Mary Erickson on Sep 8, 2019

    The path of servanthood in Christ come with a cost, the cost of discipleship

    September 8, 2019 Hope Lutheran, Eau Claire Rev. Mary Erickson Luke 14:25-33 “Oh, Boy!” Friends, may grace and peace be yours in abundance in the knowledge of God and Christ Jesus our Lord. Many of you may remember the old TV show “Quantum Leap.” The show was about a quantum physicist named Dr. more

  • Bargain Hunters

    Contributed by Wayne Lawson on Mar 4, 2018
    based on 5 ratings

    Sometimes the bargain we are looking for are not always at a garage sale or holiday sale searching for material things. Sometimes we search for bargains in or spiritual life too.

    TITLE: BARGAIN HUNTERS SCRIPTURE: ST. LUKE 14:25-35 We live in a society that loves bargains. Everybody loves a bargain. It is a great feeling when you pay very little but you get a lot. Bargain hunters seem to be everywhere you turn. No one wants to pay full price for anything nowadays. more