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  • Vaccination Application 5.0 Series

    Contributed by Robert Butler on Feb 25, 2021
    based on 1 rating

    To guard against the encroaching effects of the sin in the world, we must serve others unconditionally.

    There are a couple of big questions on the minds of many people: Do I or don't I get the vaccination? And if I am going to get the vaccination, when? The question becomes more complex when a person is frail for one reason or another. Then there is the matter of believing in the science and the more

  • Return Of Christ Series

    Contributed by Paul Clemente on Jan 14, 2013

    If you truly believe in Jesus Christ and that He can return to earth for you at any moment, what should your attitude be?

    Please open your bibles to the Gospel of Luke Chapter 17. We noted a few weeks back that Luke 17 focuses on faith. Faith can move deeply rooted trees and even mountains. Faith can do miracles! Faith is powerful! In our passage today we will note that faith will heal! How is our faith? In your more

  • A Samaritan Saved

    Contributed by Christopher Holdsworth on Jul 6, 2016
    based on 8 ratings

    All ten of these patients were healed of their leprosy, but only one was made whole - and he was the one who returned to give thanks.

    A SAMARITAN SAVED. Luke 17:11-19. This well-known and wonderful passage, unique to Luke’s Gospel, gives us (first) an account of the cleansing of ten lepers. Second, it celebrates the gratitude of one of them (who happened to be a Samaritan). Thirdly, it tells us of the Samaritan’s salvation by more

  • I Met Him When I Was Hopeless Series

    Contributed by Gordon Pike on Mar 14, 2021

    With every pound of the nail, the leprosy of our sins disappeared. With every drop of his blood our spirits became whiter and cleaner and brighter. When He walked away from the empty tomb we were spiritually new creations with hearts and souls as pure and clean as the day that we were born, amen?

    Hello … my name is Joram. I was born and raised in the sleepy little Samaritan town of Shiloh. Never heard of it? I’m not surprised. It’s about a 100 miles south of nowhere. The only people who know about Shiloh are the people like me who live there or the occasional stranger who is lost or more

  • Four Shouts From A Leper

    Contributed by Doug Houck on Dec 22, 2020

    First-person account of a thankful healed leper. Thanksgiving helps us grow in our relationship with God.

    Allow me to introduce myself. I’m a businessman from the city of Ginae, in the country of Samaria. I believe you would call it the West Bank now, but back then the Romans were in power. Lovely wife, two smart kids. You can just call me Sam. It all started one day with a little red sore on my more

  • Salvation And Healing In Luke: A Holistic Gospel

    Contributed by Christopher Holdsworth on Jun 6, 2015
    based on 14 ratings

    The healing which Jesus gives us reaches beyond our bodily ailments to the forgiveness of sins.

    SALVATION AND HEALING IN LUKE: A HOLISTIC GOSPEL. The Apostle Paul calls Luke, “the beloved Physician” (Colossians 4:14). As Luke’s Gospel opens, it is interesting to observe something which would have been of interest to him in a professional capacity, but which is often lost in translation. more

  • The Importance Of Giving Thanks

    Contributed by Mark A. Barber on Oct 4, 2019

    What does it mean when only one in ten returns to give thanks?

    The Importance of Giving Thanks Luke 17:11-19 Leprosy was the worst form of excommunication. Many have criticized the use of excommunication as a means of discipline in the church to cast out members for some heresy or misconduct. But to be excommunicated simply because they caught a disease more

  • Thanksgiving Day

    Contributed by Paul Andrew on Nov 16, 2020
    based on 1 rating

    The Apostle Paul did not write 365 thank-you notes. But he did write about one-half of the letters that make-up the New Testament. And Paul’s letters overflow with thanksgiving.

    Gratitude is an intentional way of thinking about receiving a benefit and giving credit to others beside oneself for that benefit. Practicing gratitude magnifies positive feelings more than it reduces negative feelings. To illustrate: John Kralik found his life at a terrible, frightening low more

  • Lessons Learned From Lepers

    Contributed by Dennis Lee on Nov 22, 2020
    based on 4 ratings

    As we approach Thanksgiving, today's message looks at the lessons we can learn from a bunch of lepers on our giving thanks and our being thankful.

    Lessons Learned from Lepers Luke 17:11-19 ** Watch: As I look at the Thanksgiving story and it’s history, and then look at how we celebrate it today, I see some obvious shortcomings in the way we choose to be thankful. Let me give you a real short history lesson. more

  • Thank You

    Contributed by Derrick Tuper on Nov 22, 2020

    With Thanksgiving just days away, this is the time of year when we focus on the reasons we are thankful. That might be harder to do this year with COVID but we still need to be in a mode of giving thanks. Thank you-two small but powerful words that mean so much.

    THANK YOU With Thanksgiving just days away, this is the time of year when we focus on the reasons we are thankful. That might be harder to do this year with COVID but we still need to be in a mode of giving thanks. We should be in thank you mode the entire year; yes, even this year. There are more

  • Thanksgiving In America After Corona

    Contributed by Bob Marcaurelle on Nov 23, 2020

    There will be thanksgiving to God all over America when a vaccine for Covid is found. But I am afraid it will not be the right kind, even in our churches. There will be little commitment to make God and helping others a priority in our lifestyles.

    THANKSGIVING IN AMERICA AFTER CORONA “Weren’t there nine others who were healed?” - Jesus in Luke 17:11-18 Bob Marcaurelle Leprosy was a horrible disease. People looked like the “walking dead”; they had to cover their mouths and cry out “unclean” when they saw people coming, or be hit by more

  • A Change Of Heart Series

    Contributed by Scott Maze on Jun 12, 2021

    Have you ever been so desperate that you’ve said, “God, I need a miracle!”? Miracles are supernatural events that offer hope and healing to people in need.

    Few things evoked unmitigated fear and near national panic as the image, you see in front of you. Known by some as hemorrhagic fever, this deadly disease is better known as Ebola. All eyes were on Texas in the Fall of last year (2014) when a patient, Thomas Eric Duncan, carried the lethal virus more

  • Power Of Thanksgiving Series

    Contributed by Peter Naveen Saketi on Sep 16, 2021

    When a person says "Thank you", we tend to bless that person again. A grateful heart draws attention from everyone than the ungrateful person.

    1. WHY SHOULD WE THANK GOD OR LIVE A LIFE OF THANKFULNESS? a) TO PLEASE GOD: Luke 17:11-19 - In the incident of ten men who had leprosy got healed, Jesus asked the one who had returned to thank him, were not all ten cleansed? Where are the other nine? We can see how Jesus was bothered about more

  • Healing Vs. Wellness

    Contributed by Steven Buhr on Sep 1, 2021

    There is a difference between being healed, and being made 'well' Both are important, one is vital

    • Would you rather be ‘healed’ or made ‘well’? • That is perhaps a deeper question than it appears on the surface. • Healed seems so complete whereas being well, is, well, not complete • Healing can simply be temporary, as we can always be injured again, but being well is more of a condition of more

  • Attitude Of Gratitude

    Contributed by David Owens on Nov 29, 2021

    The men of Jabesh-gilead provide an excellent example of gratitude. To develop an attitude of gratitude we need to practice two things: mindfulness and humility.

    Introduction: A. I hope everyone had a very happy Thanksgiving Day. 1. Of all the American made holidays, Thanksgiving is perhaps the most spiritually oriented. 2. But did you know that having an attitude of gratitude is something that God commands? 3. 1 Thessalonians 5:15-18 says: “Rejoice more