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  • The Once & Future King Series

    Contributed by Dennis Davidson on Nov 18, 2014
    based on 8 ratings

    Jesus tells this memorable story so His followers would know what they were to do between His departure & His second coming. He would go away for a while and His followers would need to be faithful & productive during His absence

    LUKE 19: 11-27 [PARABLES IN LUKE] THE ONCE & FUTURE KING [Luke 16:10-12 / Luke 22:28-30] What would Jesus have us doing while we live on earth? This final parable in Jesus’ journey to Jerusalem highlights the believer’s responsibility or stewardship during the interval more

  • Hidden Talents

    Contributed by Rodney Buchanan on Nov 15, 2011
    based on 39 ratings

    A look at what Christ demands of us until he returns.

    Jesus was going through Jericho on his last journey to Jerusalem. When he finally arrives, he will receive the welcome of a king as he rides triumphantly into the city of David. Everyone’s expectations are high and they are anticipating the days in Jerusalem. They expect that Jesus will more

  • What Are The Consequences Of Me Doing Nothing?

    Contributed by Jim Butcher on Jan 28, 2011
    based on 6 ratings

    A look at the third servant's complaint that the master is a harsh man.

    A Tense Moment: Standing before the master with empty hands. - Luke 19:20 - After handing back to his master what he was given, the servant stands with empty hands. He has nothing more to give. He has done nothing productive with the mina entrusted to him. It is a tense moment, worthy of more

  • Stewardship Of The Garden Series

    Contributed by Jeff Strite on Jan 17, 2010
    based on 64 ratings

    Why does Jesus tell us that each servant received only one mina? (as opposed to the parable of the talents). And what does this parable tell us about our role as stewards of God’s gift?

    OPEN: A famous preacher once delivered a powerful sermon on the subject of “God’s Ownership” and – since it spoke of the things we have belonging to God - this made a certain rich member of the church a little upset. The wealthy man took the preacher to his home for lunch, and then walked him more

  • Managing Your Money

    Contributed by Christian Cheong on Oct 20, 2008
    based on 5 ratings

    Money is a gift from God. It is put in our hands as a tool and as a test. So don’t love it, don’t live for it, don’t trust it and don’t hoard it.

    [I’ve taken the major pointers of this sermon from Rick Warren’s sermon on Setting Financial Goals - Growing through Goal Setting Part 2, May 26-27, 2007.] If you go around asking people “What is the greatest need you have?” a high chance the answer is money. • We spend so much of our lives more

  • Occupy Till I Come

    Contributed by Mark Aarssen on Sep 26, 2008
    based on 6 ratings

    Jesus has entrusted us with much as his servants. We know salvation and freedom from sin; we know the power of his word to change lives. We know the truth of the Gospel and the eternal hope that if brings. We possess all these valuable things and more

    Occupy Till I Come Luke 19:11-26 Well it’s time for our annual summer break and we will not have Sunday service again until the first week in September. So I was thinking how can I motivate you to continue to grow in the Lord while we close for repairs to our sanctuary? The text of more

  • Occupy Till I Come

    Contributed by Mark Baker on May 31, 2008
    based on 43 ratings

    When you look at the modern church, you see it is busy as a whole, but are they accomplishing what God has given to them? Is the church occupying, or is it just setting on its laurels of past glories and waiting for the Lord to return? ...

    Luke 19:13 And he called his ten servants, and delivered them ten pounds, and said unto them, Occupy till I come. Other translations say; Do business - till I come. In other words engage in trade with what you have been given. Take what you have and put it to work. Stay busy with what I have more

  • How To Gain A Few Pounds Series

    Contributed by Jerry Shirley on Jun 18, 2007
    based on 80 ratings

    The Parable of the Pounds - We are each entrusted with the weighty matter of carrying the gospel. But how well are we bearing the burden God has placed in our pack? Link included to formatted text, audio, and PowerPoint Template.

    How to Gain a Few Pounds Luke 19:11-27 “I don’t need anyone telling me how to do that…I’ve got it mastered!” The parable of the pounds reminds us of the parable of the talents in Mt. 25, which we’ll study in a couple of weeks. But they are more

  • Behold, The King!

    Contributed by Daniel Habben on Apr 3, 2007
    based on 5 ratings

    Behold, the King! 1) Jesus comes to bring salvation. 2) Jesus comes to accept adoration.

    (A Confirmation Sermon) 2 years of Friday night classes, 150 memory assignments, 2 essays, 10 tests, and 1 exam. Wow, Monica and Vanessa. You’ve put in a lot of hard work to become a communicant member of this congregation. You’ve also had to prepare well for today’s service so that more

  • "Until He Comes"

    Contributed by Ray Scott on Jan 9, 2007
    based on 34 ratings

    The Scriptures specifically tell us what we are to be doing "Until He Comes".

    “Until He Comes” Introduction: Do you remember those dreaded words your Mother would say to you when you were a child? “Wait until your Father comes home!” It was a long, anxious, dreary wait, wasn’t it? Jesus told us that He’s coming back. But, it doesn’t have to be with dreaded more

  • Able Available & Actively Seeking God Series

    Contributed by Tom Fuller on Nov 12, 2006
    based on 4 ratings

    When Jesus comes around your life are you like Zacchaeus who couldn’t wait to see and experience Jesus - or are you like the third servant in Jesus’ parable who wants nothing to do with the family business?

    If you’ve ever been laid off and received unemployment insurance you know the saying "able, available, and actively seeking." It’s what you’ve got to do in order to continue receiving those benefits. You are able to work, you are available to accept work, and you are actively seeking to find more

  • Identity Crisis

    Contributed by Aubrey Vaughan on Sep 7, 2006
    based on 9 ratings

    This is an evangilistic sermon with the most important questions anybody can ask, Who am I? Where am I going? And why am I here?

    “Identity Crisis” Luke.9.18-20 “Who do people say that I am?” It was George Harrison who said there are 3 pivotal questions we need to ask ourselves. "Who am I?" "Why am I here?" and "Where am I going?" Yet to be honest how many of us go through life never asking ourselves these 3 more

  • God Trusts Me?

    Contributed by Todd Bishop on May 5, 2006
    based on 15 ratings

    Discovering what God trusts us with

    INTRODUCTION Last week we spent some time talking about “TRUST.” We learned that trust is the “basic dependence on someone or something, Belief that something will happen or someone will act is a prescribed way” (Webster’s). And as we looked at Psalm 77 we discovered three reasons why we more

  • Great Expectations Series

    Contributed by Kerry Bauman on Aug 31, 2005
    based on 10 ratings

    Christ is the returning King. When He comes, He will judge people with regard to their submission to His rule in their lives.

    Great Expectations Text: Luke 19:11-27 Introduction: In the early 1990s the American media reported on the case of Michael Fay, an18-year-old American residing in Singapore. He was charged with defacing personal property and had to face the state’s legal punishment for the crime...which in more

  • Using Your Spiritual Gifts

    Contributed by Joel Santos on May 3, 2005
    based on 95 ratings

    The best investment we can make with our life is to use what God has given us to bring honor and glory to the Father.

    USING YOUR SPIRITUAL GIFTS Luke 19:11-27 Dr. Bill Bright of Campus Crusade for Christ tells this story of a famous oil field called Yates Pool: During the depression this field was a sheep ranch owned by a man named Yates. Mr. Yates wasn’t able to make enough on his ranching operation to pay more