Free Sermons and Sermon Outlines for Preaching :

Sermons on Luke 16:29: showing 1-15 of 377


Clear Scripture Filters




  • Show more


Sermon Type


Confident Preaching
Try PRO free and preach with confidence when people need it most.
Free for pastors
  • Lazarus And The Rich Man

    Contributed by Dietrich Bonhoeffer on Aug 2, 2012
    based on 4 ratings

    It has become common practice to see as the whole meaning of this story that the rich should help the poor... But this particular story especially, if one allows oneself to be affected fully by its original meaning, is a very concrete proclamation of the

    One cannot understand and preach the gospel concretely enough. A real evangelical sermon must be like holding a pretty red apple in front of a child or a glass of cool water in front of a thirsty person and then asking: do you want it? We should be able to talk about matters of our faith in such a more

  • Fun? Or A Future?

    Contributed by Michael Stark on Jul 8, 2012
    based on 1 rating

    One may either live for the moment, or live in view of eternity. Christ calls us to live for the coming glory of God.

    “There was a rich man who was clothed in purple and fine linen and who feasted sumptuously every day. And at his gate was laid a poor man named Lazarus, covered with sores, who desired to be fed with what fell from the rich man’s table. Moreover, even the dogs came and licked his more

  • "The Punishment Of The Man Who Never Noticed"

    Contributed by Clarence Eisberg on Sep 24, 2010
    based on 5 ratings

    We live in a very wealthy land...God has blessed us but are we mis-using our wealth? Do we notice the poor, the child captured by child trafficing, homeless prenant teenager.... can we help? or do we not notice. Our culture has taught us to "want more"

    In Jesus Holy Name September 26, 2010 Text: Luke 16:19-31 Pentecost XVIII - Redeemer “The Punishment of the Man Who Never Noticed” A number of years ago Shania Twain, Country Female Artist of the Year more

  • You Have All You Need

    Contributed by Casey Lieneman on Sep 25, 2010

    Rather than comparing ourselves to the rich man or Lazarus, congregation members are invited to see themselves through the five brothers of the rich man. Jesus’ parable reminds us we have all we need, God’s Word.

    Luke 16:19-31 Grace and Peace to you from our Lord and Savior Jesus, who is the Christ I want to start off today’s message with a little pop quiz for you. Now don’t worry this isn’t something that either myself or pastor will but I want to test your Biblical literacy. In other words…how more

  • Open Your Eyes

    Contributed by Daniel Austin on Sep 7, 2010
    based on 4 ratings

    There will come a day when all eyes will be opened, when faith will become sight

    Open Your Eyes Reading: Matthew 20:29-34 Text: Luke 16:19-31 Introduction Blinding ignorance does mislead us. O! Wretched mortals, open your eyes! Quotation of Leonardo Da Vinci When the Rich Man opened his eyes . . . 1. He saw more than torment. 2. He saw regrets, and lost more

  • The Man Who Went To Hell Series

    Contributed by Jeff Strite on Apr 11, 2011
    based on 84 ratings

    Does Hell exist? And, if so, why did the Rich man end up there? What had he done that was so terrible that he deserved that type of punishment?

    POEM: An old man sat by an open fire and dreamed the years away, While, outside in the battle of life, many perished in the toils of day. He never did any good, nor did he ever do any wrong. He just sat by the open fire and dreamed the whole day long. Now he’s left a vacant chair and more

  • The Reality Of Hell

    Contributed by Jon Miller on Apr 18, 2011
    based on 4 ratings

    This message is in response to a recent book published by Rob Bell that questions the doctrine of Hell. This sermon is a fresh look at what the Bible says about Hell.

    The reality of Hell Luke 16:19-31 In a national poll conducted several years ago by USA Today “67% of American adults said they believe in a hell. But less than 25% believed that they would go there, while 25% believe their friends will be there In one article for Newsweek Kenneth Woodward more

  • Decisions Have Lasting Results

    Contributed by Wayne Mock on Feb 7, 2011
    based on 4 ratings

    While there are many decisions that occupy our mind, many of these are decisions with temporary results. There are other decisions that are too often given lesser attention that have permanent, eternal results.

    Those who play chess know that decisions made early in the game may very well have an irreversible effect on the outcome of the game. Decisions have lasting results. Too often those who make a decision to sample some drugs at the urging of another over time become addicted to drugs. Decisions have more

  • The Poor And Blessed Life

    Contributed by Christian Cheong on Dec 2, 2010

    Think about that which is eternal. Only God can truly satisfies our heart. Seize every opportunity to seek God and live for Him.

    I entitled this story – the poor and blessed life • These two words poor and blessed does not usually go together but we see them here. • At a glance, Lazarus’ life looks pathetic and sad. He is homeless and poor. • But at the end, we saw him returning to God, more

  • What Is Hell?

    Contributed by Richard Futrell on Oct 7, 2010

    Scripture describes God as both an all-consuming fire (Hebrews 12:29) and an illuminating light (Psalm 119:105; 1 John 1:5). Both the rich man and Lazarus saw the same reality: God in all His blazing glory. One expereinced heaven; one expereinced hell.

    Intro Many people believe that Christianity is one, big, fat lie. It must be, they assume, because they see so much injustice in this world. They say, “How can there be a God if He allows so much evil to exist?” Even in the Bible we find complaints about injustice in this world. more

  • The Failure Of The Resurrection! Series

    Contributed by David Smith on Oct 10, 2010
    based on 1 rating

    There was a rich man who was clothed in purple and fine linen and who feasted sumptuously every day. And at his gate was laid a poor man named Lazarus, covered with sores, who desired to be fed with what fell from the rich man's table. Moreover, even the

    I don't know how many of you were at this year's annual 'Smith Lecture', but it was a good night - highly stimulating and intellectually challenging - and afterwards Ange and I got into a discussion over dinner where she made the comment that the older she got the more impressed she was at how more

  • Heaven Part Three

    Contributed by Mike Fogerson on Dec 14, 2010
    based on 1 rating

    Before Jesus, where did the souls of those who believed in God go after death?

    I Introduction A Before the resurrection of Jesus, where did the souls of those who believed in the God of Israel (Abraham, Isaac, Jacob, etc.) go after they died? 1 When people died under the Old Covenant of the Law, the Bible describes as “gave up the ghost” and were “gathered more

  • Angels Carried Him To Abraham's Side

    Contributed by Gregg Bitter on Oct 12, 2010
    based on 1 rating

    The rich man and Lazarus had quite different lives and quite different deaths. What does this teach us about where to look for happiness?

    Text: Luke 16:19-31 Theme: Angels Carried Him to Abraham's Side A. Beware the alternative B. Find comfort in the promise Season: Pentecost 19c Date: October 3, 2010 Web page: Grace and peace more

  • If There Is No Hell

    Contributed by Andrew Papson Iii on Jul 20, 2011
    based on 4 ratings

    When one does not believe scripture.

    If There is no Hell Luke 12:19-31 I. Then Jesus was a misguided soul. 1. For He taught that Hell is a place, a place of outer darkness where there is weeping, wailing and nashing of teeth. 2. For He taught that Hell is a place where the fire is not quenched and the worm never dies. 3. For He more

  • How The Holy Spirit Helps Us Boldly Speak Of The Wonders Of Heaven And The Horrors Of Hell

    Contributed by Paul Fritz on Oct 18, 2000
    based on 24 ratings

    The Holy Spirit helps us distinguish between a healthy fear of hell and an irrational fear of men who have limited powers. Jesus said, "Do not be afraid of those who kill the body but cannot kill the soul. Rather, be afraid of the One who can destroy both

    1. The Holy Spirit emboldens us to teach about the wonders of heaven as our future home with the Lord. Paul wrote, "No eye has seen, no ear has heard, no mind has conceived what God has prepared for those who love him. But God has revealed it to us by his Spirit." (I Cor. 2:9,10) Application: more