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  • You Can Always Go Home (Luke 15:11-24)

    Contributed by Pastor Jeff Hughes on Jan 22, 2014
    based on 1 rating
     | 11,130 views

    A sermon on the Prodigal Son, and how we can always go home to Jesus when we stray from the faith.

    You Can Always Go Home (Luke 15:11-24) Ernest Hemingway wrote a story about a father and his teenage son. In the story, the relationship had become somewhat strained, and the teenage son ran away from home. His father began a journey in search of that rebellious son. Finally, in Madrid, ...read more

  • The Prodigal Fathe Series

    Contributed by David Taylor on Feb 20, 2014
     | 2,005 views

    Being an Authentic Follower of Jesus: The Prodigal Father

    Being an Authentic Follower of Jesus: The Prodigal Father Luke 15:11-32 August 23, 2009 Merriam-Webster online Dictionary defines ‘prodigal’ as, 1: characterized by profuse or wasteful expenditure: lavish <a prodigal feast> <prodigal outlays for her clothes>; and 2: recklessly ...read more

  • The Lost, The Loving, And The Livid

    Contributed by Larry Turner on Mar 19, 2015
     | 1,646 views

    This is a sermon based on the parable of the lost son and how it reflects on todays church.

    Let me begin today with a story about a youngster. His mom died during his birth so his father was the family he had. He and his father were very close. But as the youngster grew older, he became a bit rebellious. He began disobeying his dad. One day he traveled to far from his father’s ...read more

  • The Love Of A Father

    Contributed by Landon Winstead on Dec 31, 2013
     | 8,518 views

    The love of the father in the story of the Prodigal Son reminds us of God's extravagant love for us

    “The Love of a Father” Luke 15:11-32 The Prodigal Son is possibly the most familiar story in all of Scripture. It at least ranks in the top five. Why is that? Could it be because it is such good news for us? The story is told from all different perspectives but I want to concentrate ...read more

  • Jesus Finds Lost Things! (The Lost Son) Series

    Contributed by Tony Searles on Feb 15, 2015
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     | 3,266 views

    This is the third of a three part sermon series I preached during our Month of Missions emphasis. In this particular sermon we considered how the son represents those who willingly and knowingly wander away from God.

    MAIN TEXT - Luke 15:11-32 Over the last couple weeks I have attempted to make a case for us to develop a HEART for MISSIONS – especially here in our “Month of Missions!” In that, I have made it expressly clear that it is all about having a heart that reflects God’s ...read more

  • A Restless Son Bent On Reckless Living

    Contributed by Dr. Michael Pope on May 11, 2015
    based on 3 ratings
     | 3,413 views

    Sermon on the Prodigal Son

    A RESTLESS SON BENT ON RECKLESS LIVING LUKE 15:11-24 15 Feb 15 Dr. M Pope INTRO: A Msg on just how far one is willing to go in order to live like they please. No one can live unto themselves. Eccl 5:10 “He that loveth ...read more

  • The Parable Of The Lost Sons Luke 15:11-32

    Contributed by Damon S Adams on Mar 16, 2016
    based on 4 ratings
     | 6,645 views

    This message is a exposition of the Parable of the Prodigal. The message demonstrates how rich the parable is and how the Middle Eastern context adds to our understanding of the meaning and application of the three main characters of the parable.

    The Parable of the Lost Sons Luke 15: 11-32 Introduction – Going to Cyprus for an extended stay of 3 months when I was 3yrs old back in 1963, I experienced village life that plunged me into a context that in some ways probably resembled something of the village setting of the parable of ...read more

  • The Not So Prodigal Son

    Contributed by David Roth on Mar 19, 2016
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     | 3,688 views

    Lent 4 (c) God's grace delivers us not only from the outwards sins of immorality, but from the inward sins of the heart.

    Luke 15:11-32 “The Not so Prodigal Son” J. J. May the words of my mouth, and the meditations of our hearts, be acceptable in Thy sight, O Lord, our Rock and our Redeemer. Amen. “The Not so Prodigal Son” Today we hear Jesus telling a parable. He is at a big ...read more

  • If I Knew Then What I Know Now

    Contributed by Derrick Strickland on Mar 19, 2016
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     | 7,055 views

    If the Prodigal Son could sit down and talk with you today, I'm sure it would start with the declaration "If I Knew Then What I Know Now"...

    NTRO: 1. Sometimes I look at my kids and say “You just don’t know how good you’ve got it. a. ILL. Wouldn’t it be great to step back to a time where… Decisions were made by going "eeny-meeny-miney-mo." Being old, referred to anyone over 20. Having ...read more

  • "In A Manner Of Speaking": 'the Prodigal Son' [part Six]

    Contributed by Reverend Cooper Mcwhirter on Oct 1, 2016
     | 2,333 views

    Did Jesus resort to using allegory as a clever ruse so as to keep things hidden? On the contrary! Jesus resorted to using parables so that the listener could better understand “the mysteries of the kingdom of heaven” [Matthew 13:11].

    Sermon Preached at Grace Community Church (EPC) Sun City Grand, Surprise, AZ Sunday, September 6, 2015 by the Reverend Cooper McWhirter In a Manner of Speaking: “The Prodigal Son” Luke 15:11-32 [NET] The scriptures tell us that on one ...read more

  • The Prodigal Son Series

    Contributed by Dr. Rich Denning on Aug 12, 2016
     | 6,416 views

    THEME: Justifying grace

    INTRODUCTION: All of us have experienced God’s amazing grace. Justifying grace is sometimes called “conversion” grace. It has been described as, “just-if-I-never-sinned.” John Wesley described his experience of justifying grace as the “assurance” of ...read more

  • The Parable Of The Good Father Series

    Contributed by Gavin Rushton on Nov 23, 2016
     | 9,435 views

    A refocus on the Parable of the Lost Son

    As we come to the end of our series on Loving like God I just want to put this out there right off the bat… Our Father is such a good Dad. I mean he is amazing, his love, his faithfulness, his grace, his mercy, he is just so awesome. If there is one thing that I want you to leave with today ...read more

  • Happy God, Happy Follower Series

    Contributed by Ed Sasnett on Mar 2, 2016
     | 4,393 views

    To be like God is to be happy.

    Many years ago I was teaching an adult Sunday school class. Though I don’t recall the text or lesson, I remember a person and the statement she made. This woman was the mother of two teenage daughters, and her husband occasionally attended church. She said she wished you could be saved ...read more

  • The Love And Joy Of Forgiveness

    Contributed by Ernie Arnold on Mar 1, 2016
     | 3,248 views

    In Jesus Parable of the Loving Father we see 1. The love of forgiveness and 2. The Joy that Forgiveness brings to everyone. Forgiveness starts with a heart of holy love and ends with rejoicing and celebration!

    Scripture: Luke 15:11-32; Psalms 32; Joshua 5:9-12 Theme: Forgiveness Proposition: In Jesus' Parable of the Loving Father we see 1. The love of forgiveness and 2. The joy of forgiveness INTRO: I had the privilege of growing up in the hills of Eastern Kentucky in a little town called ...read more

  • Prodigality, Love And Grace Series

    Contributed by Garth Wehrfritz- Hanson on Mar 5, 2016
     | 2,975 views

    A few details of this beautiful parable that we may miss or take for granted because we think the story is so familiar.

    The so-called parable of the prodigal son is one of the—if not the—most beautiful stories in the whole Bible. God, it is pointed out, is like the father in the story. The beauty and power of this story is made very clear in the description and actions of the father. One of the dangers ...read more