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  • The Value Of Just One PRO Sermon

    Contributed by Sermon Spark on Nov 29, 2023
    based on 3 ratings

    Explores God's relentless love, His constant search for the lost, and the joyous celebration that occurs when a sinner repents and returns to Him.

    Good morning, dear ones. How wonderful it is to gather together in this sacred space, united in our love for the Lord and our desire to know Him more. We are all here because we've been touched by the transformative power of His love, and we yearn to delve deeper into His word, to truly understand more

  • Being Intentional PRO Sermon

    Contributed by Sermon Spark on Oct 25, 2023
    based on 3 ratings

    This sermon explores the transformative power of God's love, the healing nature of celebration, and overcoming fear through faith, as guided by Luke 15:1-10. Key

    Good morning, dear family of faith. I greet you all with the warmest of welcomes and a heart full of love, eager to share the divine message that has been placed upon my heart. Our gathering today, under the magnificent banner of God's grace, is a testament to our shared belief in the more

  • Always Pursuing Premium Sermon

    Contributed by PRO Premium on Oct 9, 2023
    based on 3 ratings

    This sermon explores the unchanging nature of God, particularly His relentless pursuit of the lost, drawing parallels with the attentive and persistent nature required in the board game, CLUE.

    This is the next to last week in The Always God series. I hope you have enjoyed studying how God is moving all the time. God has not changed over time and we can still experience him every single day in a very real way. This week, I want us to look at how God is: Still Pursuing. Now, when playing more

  • The Lost Coin PRO Sermon

    Contributed by Sermon Spark on Sep 25, 2023
    based on 3 ratings

    Emphasize the immense value of every individual in God's eyes and the importance of seeking the lost and rejoicing in their return to Him.

    Good morning, church family! Today, we're going to delve into a passage from Luke 15, where Jesus shares the Parable of the Lost Coin. This passage highlights three important themes: The Joy of Finding the Lost, The Value of the Lost, and The Celebration of the Lost. C.S. Lewis once said, "There more

  • Our Purpose - Seeking The Lost Series

    Contributed by Melvin Newland on Jan 30, 2001
    based on 254 ratings

    Let’s understand why we seek the lost. Secondly, let’s look at how we seek the lost. Thirdly, let’s see the reward of searching. (Powerpoints available - #131)

    MELVIN M. NEWLAND, MINISTER RIDGE CHAPEL, KANSAS, OK (The Powerpoints used with this sermon are available for free. Just email me at and request #131.) A. During the next few weeks I want to speak on subjects that we, as a congregation, need more

  • The Loving, Waiting Father Series

    Contributed by Garth Wehrfritz- Hanson on Mar 1, 2001
    based on 104 ratings

    The parable of the prodigal son is equally as much a parable of the Loving, Waiting God, whom we call Father.

    Sermon for IV Lent, Year C Based on Lk. 15:1-3, 11-32 By Pastor Garth Wehrfritz-Hanson “The Waiting, Loving Father” Today’s parable is regarded by many as the greatest parable Jesus ever told. It is a parable that fits in well with one of the favourite themes of Luke’s Gospel, namely: that more

  • Does God Love Lost People? Series

    Contributed by William Fix on Dec 31, 2001
    based on 28 ratings

    When we encounter people on the street that obviously live there are we turned off by them? Are we turned off socially? Is our compassion turned off? Do we love these people? Or more importantly, does God love them?

    Does God Really Love These Things? Part 2 Does God Love Lost People? Sr. Pastor Taylor Free Methodist Church Let’s begin by answering the question, “Does God love lost people?” For God so loved the world that he gave one and only Son that whoever believes in Him shall not perish but have eternal more

  • Join The Search Series

    Contributed by Damien Spikereit on Mar 26, 2003
    based on 60 ratings

    A narrative sermon calling on Christians to join the search for the lost.

    Title: More Like Jesus... In His Mission D.T.: There is not greater reward in life than to be a part of seeing someone come to Christ. Text: Luke 15:4-32 Move #1: Introduction - How many of you have watched the game show with Donnie Osmand, "The Pyramid Game." One person lists out a bunch of more

  • Parables Of The Father's Love Series

    Contributed by John Hamby on Dec 9, 2002
    based on 47 ratings

    Jesus tells three parables illustrating what it means to be lost, heaven¡¦s joy when the lost are found and how the loving Father looks to save people.

    A Study of the Book of Luke Sermon # 41 ¡§Parables of the Father¡¦s Love¡¨ Luke 15:1-32 As we open our study of Chapter fifteen, the Pharisees and the scribes were grumbling again. ¡§Then all the tax collectors and the sinners drew near more

  • Time To Come Home

    Contributed by Jefferson Williams on Mar 5, 2003
    based on 64 ratings

    God’s heart is for lost things to be found and ruptured relationships to be reconciled.

    Dec. 30, 2001 Scripture Text: Luke 15:1-32 Speaker: Jeff Williams Good morning! My neighbors must have thought I was crazy. I was standing in the dumpster. I was not looking in the dumpster. I was standing knee deep in their trash. One of my boys had been playing with my keys and the more

  • What Makes Heaven Happy? Series

    Contributed by David Dykes on Apr 3, 2003
    based on 217 ratings

    Luke 15 contains three parables about lost items. In each story, extreme measures are taken to seek the lost; when each is found, there is great rejoicing. These stories are pictures of how God seeks us and the joy heaven experiences when we are found.

    What Makes Heaven Happy? Luke 15:1-10 by David O. Dykes INTRODUCTION What are the greatest chapters in the Bible? If I compiled a top five list, I think Psalm 23 would be near the top, along with Romans 8, and the third chapter of John. I would also add Luke 15 to the short list of the greatest more

  • Our Purpose: To Reach The Lost Series

    Contributed by Timothy Smith on Oct 19, 2006
    based on 4 ratings

    A 5 part series to cast vision and clarity about the purpose of our church.

    PRACTICING OUR PURPOSE OUR PURPOSE IS... TO REACH THE LOST LUKE 15:1-10 INTRODUCTION TO SERIES: For the next several weeks I want to talk with you about the purpose of Montrose Christian Church. These will not be doctrinal "What we believe" messages. But these messages will be about why we are more

  • Fill 'er Up

    Contributed by Jennifer Walls on Nov 19, 2006
    based on 4 ratings

    A Thanksgiving message about filling up on food, fun, and other good things

    I have entitled this morning’s message “Fill ‘Er Up” because that is what many us will be doing this week. We will not only fill up our bellies with Turkey but we will also fill up several other things with something other than food. Many of us will begin this week by filling up Monday and more

  • The Lost Sheep

    Contributed by Joanna Beveridge on Nov 21, 2006
    based on 14 ratings

    When Jesus compares us to sheep, it may not be flattering, but it is apt.

    Sheep don’t have a very good image, do they? If I asked what your favourite animal was, I doubt very much that any of you would say “sheep”. Our view of sheep is somewhat negative. We don’t say positive things like “Oh, he’s as strong as a sheep” or “She’s as wise as a sheep”. How about “as more

  • Connecting With Others Series

    Contributed by Michael De Rosa on Oct 8, 2006
    based on 5 ratings

    to teach the congregation some Biblical priniciples on connecting with others for Christ’s sake

    Introduction: Bring in the newspaper, and at the very beginning of the sermon, take it out, open it up and ask, “Would anyone mind if I preached today’s sermon while reading the paper?” If others say no, then suggest that we really need to work on finding more appropriate ways to engage in more