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  • Jesus, A King For All.

    Contributed by Dr. Jeffrey Dukeman on Nov 27, 2018

    At the triumphal entry, Luke emphasizes that Jesus has some similarities with Roman rulers, even while having important differences, in order to help make the point that Jesus is a king for all.

    12/2/18 Luke 19:28–40 This morning we begin a new church year, a year that will focus on readings from Luke’s Gospel. Luke has some distinctive themes and emphases. One that is central is that Luke wrote his Gospel in a way that would be easily accessible to people in the Roman Empire. The early more

  • O, How Shall I Receive You?

    Contributed by Hans Krause on Nov 6, 2018
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    Advent is the time of preparation for the coming of our heavenly King. How do we receive him in our Christian community and in our personal lives? Are the gates wide open, or does he need to knock at our door, locked from the inside?

    [Sermon preached on 3 December 2017, First Sunday in Advent / 3rd year, ELCF Lectionary] This past week, Finland had the honor of welcoming three royal visitors: Prince William of the United Kingdom, Prince Daniel of Sweden, and Prince Constantijn of my own home country, the Netherlands. The media more

  • Our Savior Has Come

    Contributed by Mark Aarssen on Jun 24, 2018

    The people of Israel were looking for a Messiah but when He arrived they could not recognize him. Do we recognize Jesus as our Messiah today?

    Our Savior Has Come Luke 19:28-38 Today we mark the Triumphal entry of Jesus into Jerusalem that we call Palm Sunday. We call this the Triumphal entry because of how the people responded by making a parade of Jesus entrance. All the gospel writers record this event with different more

  • Palm Sunday Through The Eyes Of Jesus Series

    Contributed by Shawn Drake on Apr 5, 2018
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    This is the 1st sermon in the "Through The Eyes Of Jesus" series.

    Series: Through The Eyes Of Jesus [#1] PALM SUNDAY THROUGH THE EYES OF JESUS Luke 19:28-44 Introduction: Almost every year, the Sunday before Easter means that you are going to hear about Jesus’ triumphant entry into Jerusalem. This year, instead of hearing about Palm Sunday from a more

  • Our King Weeps At His Parade Series

    Contributed by Allan Quak on Apr 2, 2018
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    Jesus, in fulfilment of Zechariah 9:9-10. rides into Jerusalem and a massive parade starts. It seems that Jesus should be happy. The people are joyful and God is being praised. Yet in the middle of His parade Jesus weeps. Things are not as they seem.

    You can listen to the full message here:- Message Luke 19:28-44 “Our King Weeps At His Parade” You know something is important in a person’s life when they have multiple words to describe the same thing. (Picture of a toilet) Toilet, more

  • Uncle Andy's Pancake House

    Contributed by Fr Mund Cargill Thompson on Mar 31, 2018

    Worship is like sex. If you are only having sex because you love your partner and you know they are into it but really you just want to get it over with, then you are missing the point. It is meant to be fun. It’s the same with worship.

    {in a monotone voice} Today we are here to bore you. That is what worship is all about. After all, that is what happened on the first Palm Sunday. As Jesus entered Jerusalem a few bored people managed a half hearted {sigh} “Hosanna to the Son of David”. A few more people who had been daydreaming more

  • Guardrails Part 5 Guard Your Heart

    Contributed by Rick Gillespie- Mobley on Mar 26, 2018

    This is part 5 in our series Guardrail adopted from Andy Stanley's series. The message is written from a Palm Sunday viewpoint and deals with why the Pharisees had hard hearts toward Jesus. We all need to protect our hearts.

    Guardrails Part 5 Guard Your Heart Proverbs 4:23-27 Luke 19:28-40 How many of you have ever had a crush on somebody and thought they were the greatest, but when you finally got to know the person, you didn’t think they were all that after all. As a matter of fact, you were surprised that more

  • A Big Crowd Meets A Great King Series

    Contributed by Chuck Sligh on Mar 26, 2018

    When Jesus entered Jerusalem on His way to the cross, the throngs of people joyously welcomed Him! HOW they welcomed Him is how we should also welcome Jesus into our own hearts and lives.

    A Big Crowd Meets A Great King Easter Series: On the Way to the Cross, #3 Chuck Sligh March 25, 2018 NOTE: A PowerPoint presentation is available for this sermon by request at TEXT: Please turn in your Bibles to Luke 19 INTRODUCTION Today is Palm Sunday, the more

  • Palm Sunday 2018

    Contributed by T.j. Conwell on Mar 26, 2018

    God has provided the way for us to escape sin (John 14:6), because He wants us to be with Him and none to perish (2 Peter 3:9). His desire is that we would worship Him and spend eternity with Him.

    Palm Sunday - 2018 Luke 19:28-44 Introduction - The Easter story is not just about Easter morning, but a culmination of events -- Each event marches us closer to the promise, that death of a Savior; Christ - As we look to the Savior for a glorious HOPE of resurrection; we have trials -- more

  • Make Me A Donkey

    Contributed by Richard Stevens on Mar 20, 2018
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    I got the outline from a sermon preached by Dr. Joe Arthur, pastor of Harvest Baptist Tabernacle in Jonesboro, GA. preached at Sword of the Lord Conference at Gospel Light Baptist Church. The Donkey had to be BOUGHT, BROUGHT and BROKEN.

    Introduction - Luke 19:29-40 Bethphage and Bethany are across the valley from Jerusalem. It is only populated as people were preparing for a feast in the Temple. Like Madison/Mayodan/Stoneville/Eden before a Martinsville NASCAR race. Jesus is preparing for the “Triumphal Entry” into more

  • Triumphal Entry Series

    Contributed by John Lowe on Feb 2, 2018

    The record of Jesus' last week begins here. The time had arrived for Him to present Himself openly to the Jewish people as their Messiah-King. He would do this in fulfillment of the prophecy of Zechariah 9:9.

    -Sunday- Bethany, Jerusalem, Bethany (Title) Triumphal Entry (Zech. 9:9), Matt. 21:1-9, Mark 11:1-11, Luke 19:28-44 (Focal Passage), John 12:12-19 28 When He had said this, He went on ahead, going up to Jerusalem. 29 And it came to pass, when He drew near to Bethphage and Bethany, at more

  • The Necessity Of The Praise Of God

    Contributed by Mark Mitchell on May 24, 2017

    God not only deserves to be praised but justice, righteousness, and Holiness demand it.

    Luke 19:29-40 Introduction: Video “That’s My King” I. Scripture demands it. A. (Heb 13:15 By him therefore let us offer the sacrifice of praise to God continually, that is, the fruit of our lips giving thanks to his name.) B. Because of Christ (by more

  • Palm Sunday 2017

    Contributed by Randy Edwards on Apr 18, 2017

    Palm Sunday

    Palm Sunday 2017 The stones will cry out Little Johnny was sick on Palm Sunday and stayed home from church with his mother. His father came home from church holding a palm branch. The little boy was curious and asked, “Dad, Why do you have that palm branch” “You see son, when Jesus came into more

  • Jesus Wept Series

    Contributed by The Rev Deniray Mueller on Apr 15, 2017
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    Jesus weeps, knowing the pain and suffering He will be experiencing

    JESUS WEPT Luke 19:28-44 Today we celebrate Palm Sunday, the beginning of the commemoration of the last days of Jesus’ life, culminating in His resurrection after his trial and crucifixion by the Roman government. Jesus was headed to Jerusalem; there was nothing that would get in His way. more

  • Happy Holy Week Series

    Contributed by The Rev Deniray Mueller on Apr 15, 2017

    a overview of the days in Holy Week

    HAPPY HOLY WEEK This past weekend was beautiful — sunny (finally!), with bright flowers starting to pop out everywhere and little birds singing. Winter seems to have finally left, at least for a little while (I hear we are going to get more snow on Tuesday!). A friend of mine, said to me, “You more