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  • The Rock Group – The Stones Series

    Contributed by Thomas Swope on Dec 13, 2012

    A study of the Gospel of Luke chapter 19 verses 29 through 40

    Luke 19: 29-40 The Rock Group – The Stones 29 And it came to pass, when He drew near to Bethphage and Bethany, at the mountain called Olivet, that He sent two of His disciples, 30 saying, “Go into the village opposite you, where as you enter you will find a colt tied, on which no more

  • Ariels View Of Palm Sunday

    Contributed by Bob Hager on Apr 5, 2001
    based on 144 ratings

    a childs view of the triumphal entry.

    My name is Arial, I am 11 years old and I live with my parents on the Mediterranean coast in the city of Tyre. Each year, during Passover week, my family and our whole synagogue would make the trip to Jerusalem. Now if you ask my parents why they go, they will tell you it is a time to remember more

  • You Who Fear The Lord Give Him Praise

    Contributed by William Baeta on Apr 5, 2001
    based on 90 ratings

    Jesus’ triumphal entry into Jerusalem

    Theme: You who fear the Lord give Him praise Text: Is. 50:4-7; Phil. 2:6-11; Lk. 19:28-40 Read Luke 19:38 “Blessed is the King who comes in the name of the Lord! Peace in heaven and glory in the highest.” Biographers normally devote very little space to the death of their subjects but more

  • Jesus Deserves Our Praises

    Contributed by Joel Pankow on Apr 5, 2001
    based on 50 ratings

    on why Jesus deserves our praises as they did on Palm Sunday - for his person and his office

    April 8, 2001 Luke 19:28-40 After Jesus had said this, he went on ahead, going up to Jerusalem. 29 As he approached Bethphage and Bethany at the hill called the Mount of Olives, he sent two of his disciples, saying to them, 30 “Go to the village ahead of you, and as you enter it, you will more

  • We Were There - The Crowd Around Jesus Series

    Contributed by Ken Gehrels on Apr 9, 2001
    based on 68 ratings

    Palm Sunday - a consideration of some of the faces around this event and where our place in it all may be.

    We Were There - The Crowd Around Jesus Bible Reading: Luke 19: 28-48 PREPARED BY KEN GEHRELS PASTOR CALVIN CHRISTIAN REFORMED CHURCH NEPEAN, ONTARIO What an active, more

  • Don't Let Blessings Turn To Curses

    Contributed by Ralph Hill on Feb 20, 2001
    based on 29 ratings

    Many of the people who shouted "Hallelujah!" as Jesus came into Jerusalem shouted "Crucify Him!" just a few days later.

    “Don’t Let Blessings Turn To Curses” Luke 19:28-40 Ralph Edwin Hill, Greenwood United Methodist Church 18 February 2001 As they drew near to Jerusalem, the disciples knew that something was up. After securing a donkey in a most unusual manner, they led Jesus and the donkey down the hill more

  • But That's My Colt

    Contributed by Stephen Acheson on Feb 15, 2001
    based on 130 ratings

    A challange to give our best to the Lord.

    Introduction: When you think of all the things that you would be willing to give to Christ what items are not on your list. Luke 19:29-35 As he approached Bethphage and Bethany at the hill called the Mount of Olives, he sent two of his disciples, saying to them "Go to the village ahead of more

  • O, How Shall I Receive You?

    Contributed by Hans Krause on Nov 6, 2018
    based on 1 rating

    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

  • The Hammer And The Donkey

    Contributed by David Limiero on May 1, 2001
    based on 54 ratings

    A narrative message for Palm Sunday contrasting the arrival of "The Hammer" (Judas Maccabeus) with that of Jesus.

    FIRST MOVEMENT: The Hammer They called him “the Hammer.” He probably got the name from his style of warfare. He attacked hard and fast, guerrilla-warfare style. The Hammer was a seasoned warrior. And, because of his success against overwhelming odds, he was a hero to his fellow more

  • What's All The Noise?

    Contributed by Mike Richardson on May 16, 2001
    based on 74 ratings

    Today there is no compromise in the church for worship preference. tradition and lethargy tend to reign. Even though some say there is a need to reach young people it is only the young people compromising their preference of worship.

    Intro: It’s amazing how a church can see God move miraculously…souls saved and a few people can still find something to gripe about…. -this shows there level spiritual immaturity…. This sermon is not intended to hurt anybody’s feelings…. I have been given no choice but to declare what 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

  • Palm Sunday Through The Eyes Of Jesus Series

    Contributed by Shawn Drake on Apr 5, 2018
    based on 3 ratings

    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

  • Palm Sunday: Choose A Donkey Over A Horse

    Contributed by Rian Adams on Apr 9, 2019

    Sermon explores the message of servanthood in JEsus's​ choice to ride a donkey into JErusale​m.

    Choose A Donkey Over A Horse St. Matthews Episcopal Church The Rev. Rian Adams For over a decade I’ve preached from the Passion narrative on Palm Sunday. This year I’m going to follow my personality and deviate from the norm. Today I’m preaching from the Palm Sunday Gospel reading. Why? Palm more

  • "the Donkey That Thought It Was A Horse"

    Contributed by Kenneth Sauer on Apr 11, 2019
    based on 4 ratings

    A sermon about humble service.

    “The Donkey that Thought it was a Horse” Luke 19:28-39 Everybody remembers that day! It was a joyful and glorious day. It was a time of excitement, optimism, and renewed national pride for the Israelites. What started with a handful of disciples offering their praise to God turned into a more

  • 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