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  • Facing Yourself

    Contributed by Dewayne Gamez on Mar 20, 2017

    We typically use this passage to inform the unsaved of God's love regardless of how deeply they have sunken into sin. That truth lives here in this Scripture, and it is indeed beautiful! But there is yet another truth that we will add to this first truth.

    Facing Yourself Luke 15:11-32 According to a news report, a certain private school in Victoria recently was faced with a unique problem. A number of 12-year-old girls were beginning to use lipstick and would put it on in the bathroom. That was fine, but after they put an their lipstick they more

  • The Prodigal Son

    Contributed by Austin Mansfield on Apr 1, 2007
    based on 13 ratings

    When we hear this passage, we usually picture ourselves as the son who transgressed our loving Father through our sinful lives. Whatever our own particular sins may be, we relate to, we long for, we even expect, a loving God who’ll throw his arms out wide

    Additional Text: 2 Corinthians 5:17-21 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 19:14) (The Slave – Captured) A 16-year-old boy was more

  • The Older Brother

    Contributed by Robert Hoos on Apr 2, 2007
    based on 4 ratings

    This sermon is all about welcoming lost people home with joy and gladness. The trick to it is to wear an old pair of jeans and a t-shirt underneath your suit, and as you read the parable of the Lost Son, strip off articles slowly without even acknowledgin

    The Older Son Luke 15:1-32 Welcoming the lost as found with great joy Chapel Service of Plainfield Christian Church Rob Hoos Introduction: Good evening, how are all of you doing tonight? Good, good. Tonight, I have come to set right a common misconception that exists among the church at more

  • Lost And Found Series

    Contributed by David Henderson on Nov 25, 2007
    based on 6 ratings

    Jesus tells us that there is nothing more important than finding things that are lost. More than anything lost things matter to God.

    “Lost and Found” Luke 15: 11-31 The boss of a large company was having some problems with one of his computers and he needed to call one of his employees one evening at home. He dialed the number and he was greeted with a child’s voice speaking very softly. The boss said, is your daddy home? more

  • Coming Home

    Contributed by Donald Minshew on Jul 20, 2007
    based on 1 rating

    The Prodigal Son returns home; God’s grace is evident.

    1. Leaving home begins with wrong desires. Basic principle of life that actions come after desires. Sermon on the mount; foundational statement of Christ’s ministry. He said, “27 “You have heard that it was said, Do not commit adultery. 28 But I tell you, everyone who looks at a woman to more

  • Father, I Have Sinned

    Contributed by Rodney Fry on Jul 22, 2007
    based on 13 ratings

    “I have sinned,” cried the prodigal. For him those words did not come easily. It seems they never do. In fact as far as the biblical record is concerned, the confession “I have sinned” occurs only seven times in the English Bible. And even in these few ca

    FATHER, I HAVE SINNED Bro. Rodney A. Fry Luke 15:17-20 Introduction “I have sinned,” cried the prodigal. For him those words did not come easily. It seems they never do. In fact as far as the biblical record is concerned, the confession “I have sinned” occurs only seven times in the English more

  • Part 3: Helping Your Children Change Series

    Contributed by Rick Crandall on Jul 24, 2007

    The prodigal son needed change! And as we look at his story, we can see how to help our children find the changes they need.

    Part 3: Helping Your Children Change (Series: Heavenly Help for Your Family) Luke 15:11-24 Sermon by Rick Crandall McClendon Baptist Church - June 25, 2006 *Change is hard! Mark Twain once said, “The only person who likes change is a wet baby.” (1) And that’s about right. *Nobody likes more

  • Lost In Translation

    Contributed by Darryl Klassen on Jul 19, 2007
    based on 10 ratings

    Based on Kenneth Bailey’s interpretation this sermon puts a different spin on the parable of the lost sheep - coin - Son

    LOST IN TRANSLATION Daniel Boone was a man, he was a big man. Eye of an eagle and tall as a mountain was he. Yes, Daniel Boone was a big man. Daniel Boone explored the great wilderness of Tennessee and Kentucky. It was Boone who marked the Wilderness Road that brought settlers into the new more

  • Understand The Core Value Of Love Series

    Contributed by John Dunaway on Jul 13, 2007
    based on 1 rating

    How the love of Christ affects those in a relationship with him.

    “Understanding our Core Values: LOVE” John 15:9-13 (New Living Translation) 9 “I have loved you even as the Father has loved me. Remain in my love. 10 When you obey my commandments, you remain in my love, just as I obey my Father’s commandments and remain in his love. 11 I have told you these more

  • Defined By Love

    Contributed by Jay Mcphearson on Jun 18, 2007

    The family relationships we have should be defined by Love.

    “Defined by Love” “The family relationships we have should be defined by Love.” Luke 15:11-32 Sunday Morning Sermon – Father’s day 06.17.07 Intro: (Start with Text and title) Good morning. Mother’s day – the church is filled with people – everyone smiling, roses are passed out – kids are more

  • Welcome Home Son

    Contributed by Rommel Samaniego on Oct 22, 2007
    based on 1 rating

    A Funeral service for a person who accepted Christ on his death bed.

    Welcome Home son ( a funeral Service) Luke 15:17-24 Good evening we are all here to to mourn the passing of Tatang. But more importantly to celebrate and thank the Lord Jesus Christ, for the life that He gave Tatang, and the time we shared his life, Truly God has given and he hath taken away… more

  • Acting Like The Older Brother

    Contributed by Matthew Morine on Nov 6, 2007
    based on 3 ratings

    Sure you would go to the Prodigal’s party. Sure after he slept around, left his wife, spent all the money, you would accept him back completely. Or would you really?

    ACTING LIKE THE BROTHER THEME: IT IS DIFFICULT TO CELEBRATE WITH THE PRODIGAL. TEXT: LUKE 15:11-32 Timothy Johns was the typically successful sales man in the community. He had great people skills and a super personality. He worked for the local insurance agency for the last 20 years. more

  • Abide In Me Series

    Contributed by John Raulerson on Nov 6, 2007
    based on 4 ratings

    Salvation is much more than a one time experience, but a daily process of abiding in Christ.

    Series: Demands of Christ ABIDE IN ME John 15:1-11 One of the greatest misconceptions about the doctrine of salvation is that it is a one time event rather than a process. The apostle Paul speaks of salvation in past, present and the future. Past: Justification/Conversion: New more

  • Parenting The Prodigal

    Contributed by Aaron Beard on Aug 6, 2007
    based on 5 ratings

    Practical instructions for parents of children who are choosing the world over Christ. This a look at lessons learned from father of the prodigal son.

    PARENTING THE PRODIGAL INTRODUCTION: A. One of the greatest challenges placed before anyone is the challenge of raising children so that they will become faithful Christians themselves! 1. It is a sobering and even scary task before a parent – They are molding hearts and more

  • A Fathers Love

    Contributed by John Harvey on Jun 18, 2007
    based on 5 ratings

    The love of God refelcted in teh Prodigal Son Parable.

    “A Fathers Love” June 17, 2007 Me: My father turned 80 this week. Whenever he introduces us, no matter how old we are he says, “This is my boy.” He gets so excited whenever we go and visit. That’s the way parents are. John and Charles Wesley’s mother was asked which child she loved the more