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  • La Oración

    Contributed by Christian Cancel on Dec 20, 2020

    Correspondo al nombre de Christian Cancel, ministro de Jesuscristo, por la voluntad de Dios, según la promesa de vida, misericordia y paz de parte de Dios Padre, Dios Hijo y Dios Espiritual Santo: Reciban hoy de mi parte un caluroso abrazo, en el amor de Cristo.

    Intro: Me pueden acompañar al libro de Lucas 18:10-14 y luego al libro de Gálatas 4:6. Comenzaré hablando que segun el libro de Gálatas relata "Y por cuanto sois hijos, Dios envió el Espíritu de su Hijo en vuestros corazones, el cual clama: Abba, Padre". more

  • Fundamentals Of The Faith - Week 6 - Continuing In The Faith – Part 1 Series

    Contributed by Dr. Craig Nelson on Dec 15, 2020
    based on 2 ratings


    Prayer is basic and fundamental in the life of a Christian, being the very lifeline itself. It is an act of worship, the communion of the soul with God, spirit with Spirit, the saved with the Savior. A. Variety of Prayer. 1. Luke 18:13 "God, have mercy on me, a sinner." a. Prayer is more

  • The Pharisee And The Tax Collector Series

    Contributed by Allan Quak on Oct 31, 2020

    Through this parable Jesus teaches that salvation is not found in comparative righteous. You can’t compare yourself, by looking down on others, and conclude you are justified. You can’t compare yourself, by looking up to others, and conclude you are not justified.

  • God, I Thank You That I’m Not Like Other People! Series

    Contributed by Marlou Javier on Oct 5, 2020
    based on 2 ratings

    Humility Is a Choice. The Pharisee’s lack of humility and abundance of pride was his problem.

  • The Paradox Of Poverty Series

    Contributed by Jefferson Williams on Jul 30, 2020

    Jesus started the sermon with a startling announcement that the “poor in Spirit” are the ones who will be blessed and get to be part of the Kingdom. What does this mean?

  • Poor In Spirit Series

    Contributed by Troy Borst on Jul 6, 2020

    Pray that we would understand our place in God’s order and obediently take our place. Pray for humility to understand our sinfulness and what Jesus has done for us. Pray that we stay in step with the Holy Spirit and ask the Holy Spirit to mold our hearts to understand who we are.

    BEATITUDES SERIES: POOR IN SPIRIT MATTHEW 5:3 #Beatitudes WHAT DOES IT LOOK LIKE TO BE “POOR IN SPIRIT?” EXAMPLE IN ISAIAH 6 READ Isaiah 6:1-5 “In the year that King Uzziah died, I saw the Lord seated on a throne, high and exalted, and the train of His robe filled the temple. 2 Above Him were more

  • Giving Thanks | Thanksgiving Sermon Series

    Contributed by Shine Thomas on Jun 29, 2020

    Shakespeare said, “How sharper than a serpent’s tooth it is to have a thankless child.” “Ingratitude, thou marble-hearted fiend.” Even Shakespeare recognized what it is to have ingratitude

    Website: Facebook: Instagram: Today we are celebrating thanksgiving for this year that God has blessed us with. Shakespeare said, “How sharper than a serpent’s tooth it is to more

  • Effective Fasting Series

    Contributed by C. Philip Green on Jan 1, 2020

    Fast when out of your despair, you feel totally dependent upon God.

    One day, Kathy Cash’s husband, of Dallas, Texas, announced to the family that he was going to fast and pray. Ginny, their 5-year-old, had recently learned that fasting meant not eating. “No!” she shouted. “You can't fast! You'll die!” Her dad carefully explained that many men and women more

  • God Is Merciful

    Contributed by William Baeta on Nov 16, 2019

    “And the tax collector, standing afar off, would not so much as raise his eyes to heaven, but beat his breast saying ‘God be merciful to me a sinner’” Luke 18:13.

  • Real Righteousness

    Contributed by Scott Jensen on Oct 29, 2019

    Luther's studies reveled that we are saved by grace through faith, and not by works. That thought is the heart of what the reformation. This sermon ties into the reformation with the parable of the Pharisee and the Tax Collector.

    Opening and Introduction Tonight, is a special day as we celebrate the reformation. Just over 500 years ago, Martin Luther nailed 95 theses on the Wittenberg church door, which changed the landscape of Europe, and the world. Luther’s disagreement with the Catholic church was very similar to the more

  • What He Said About Spiritual Pride Series

    Contributed by Monty Newton on Oct 28, 2019

    In the story of the Pharisee and the Tax-Collector Jesus does not compare their deeds... he compares their hearts.

  • Justified Or Not?

    Contributed by Gaither Bailey on Oct 25, 2019

    Who is justified in God's eyes?

  • A Prayer God Hears

    Contributed by Kerry Haynes on Oct 24, 2019
    based on 3 ratings

    Jesus shows two very different prayer styles, and in so doing, reveals two very different heart styles. One will enter the kingdom of heaven; one won't. Our prayer life should reflect humility throughout.

    Luke 18:9-14 A Prayer God Hears Last week we looked at a parable where Jesus taught us to be persistent in our prayers: pray always, never give up, and above all, keep the faith! Today, in the very next passage in the Bible, Jesus makes a different point: he really points to the very crux of our more

  • Standing And Status Before God

    Contributed by Nickolas Kooi on Oct 24, 2019

    This sermon looks at the parable of the Tax Collector and Pharisee, and answers the question, "How do I approach God?"

    On the eve of those 500th anniversary of Martin Luther’s birth in 1983, someone wrote, “In most big libraries, books by and about Martin Luther occupy more shelf room than those concerned with any other human being except Jesus of Nazareth.” In other words, next to Jesus Christ, Martin Luther is more

  • Standing Before God

    Contributed by Nickolas Kooi on Oct 24, 2019

    What determines our standing before God? The Pharisee, tax collector, and disciples give us an answer.

    Can there be anything more nerve wracking than being evaluated at work or school? When we are criticized or graded, we are vulnerable and exposed. We may wonder and think, “What will people say or think of me? Is what they are saying true or accurate? Do they truly see my talents and abilities, more