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  • A Heartbeat For More Series

    Contributed by Bruce Rzengota on Jun 11, 2012


    His Heartbeat: A Heartbeat for More February 26, 2012 Luke 4:14-21 INTRODUCTION I came across an interesting site on the internet the other day. I could resist looking at it. Because even if I really didn't want to admit it, there were probable a few times when I really could have used more

  • He Wants The Truth Series

    Contributed by Curry Pikkaart on Jan 31, 2012
    based on 1 rating

    Suppose some organization or person filmed your every action and thought. Would you like the film? Could you bear to watch it? Could you handle the truth about yourself? How are you at facing the truth?

    “He’s Amazing: He Wants the Truth” Luke 4:14-30 There are tremendous concerns today about invasion of privacy. People fear the FBI and the CIA. We are reluctant to grant them powers that would enable them to gather information about us without our knowledge – although many suspect they may more

  • Luke And Compassionate Christ Series

    Contributed by Bryan Fink on Feb 18, 2012
    based on 1 rating

    To remind people that Christ had a heart for those outside the religious ones.

    [S] If someone asked you to tell them about the Jesus you know, what would you tell them? And would what you tell them resemble the Jesus revealed in the gospels or would Jesus resemble someone else? We’re in the third week of a series entitled “Jesus as They Knew Him.” A more

  • This Is The Year Of Jubilee

    Contributed by Trae Durden on Aug 29, 2014

    A sermon explaining the Year of Jubilee, and how that concept relates to our Christian life.

    Introduction: A. Homecoming is beautiful!! It’s a wonderful thing to be with family and friends, people who love us in spite of our failures! Consider two homecomings, (1) the homecoming of a slave after years of hard labor and service to a master who doesn’t love them more

  • Return Of The Rabbi Series

    Contributed by Mike Fogerson on Aug 12, 2014
    based on 3 ratings

    As we engage our message we have seen Jesus tempted by Satan, called Matthew as a disciple, & today we see Rabbi Jesus returning to His hometown of Nazareth.

    Return of the Rabbi (Lenten Sermon; Luke 4.16-30) March 30, 2014 Chester’s FBC, Chester, IL Dr. Mike Fogerson, Speaker Introduction A As we engage our message we have seen Jesus tempted by Satan, called Matthew as a disciple, & today we see Rabbi Jesus returning to His hometown of more

  • A Jubilee Year

    Contributed by Martin Ellgar on Nov 16, 2014

    A perspective on Luke 4: 14-21. The Jubilee year has no end since forgiveness and renewed life continues to be freely given by Jesus.

    Luke 4: 14-21 A Jubilee Year The writer of this Gospel, Luke has gone to great length and detail in the first three chapters to inform the reader of the exact identity of Jesus. He begins with the story of the miraculous birth of Jesus and shows his impeccable genealogy through the ages to more

  • Listen And Obey

    Contributed by Craig Condon on Aug 8, 2015

    We become different people when the Holy Spirit comes upon us. We celebrate and share with humanity’s children. We have been set free and we enjoy the special favour of God. God’s Word shines a light into our darkness and continues to set us free.

    There is a common thread in the readings we heard from Nehemiah 8:1-10 and Luke 4:14-21 this morning, and it is freedom from slavery. In the case of the reading from Nehemiah, the story takes place after the Israelites have returned from captivity in Babylon. In Luke’s Gospel, Jesus mentions more

  • What Is Your Calling? (Part 10) Series

    Contributed by Ajai Prakash on Mar 10, 2016
    based on 1 rating

    The life of our Lord is a constant testimony to His desire to please the Father, more than anyone else. Thus, His actions and His words are always governed by the will of the Father. Think about what did Christ’s calling mean? THE CROSS ... Are you ready?

    Opening Illustration: A missionary couple who had been gone from the US for years on end were finally coming home. They had faithfully served God and ministered among the poor, and had seen many lives brought into the kingdom of God. When they got off the airplane, there was a crowd of people more

  • Proclaim Freedom

    Contributed by Edward Hardee on Aug 16, 2015

    A message about how God has proclaimed freedom in our life.

    Title: Proclaim Freedom Theme: To show that God has anointed us and given us the power to experience freedom Text: Luke 4:18 – 19, Revelation 12:11 Offering Proverbs 11:24-25 There is one who scatters, and yet increases all the more, and there is one who withholds what is justly due, more

  • Where Do You Live?

    Contributed by Jody Vansickle on Feb 18, 2016

    All of "live" in either Nazareth or Capernaum.

    WHERE DO YOU LIVE? Luke 4:14-44 (God's Word translation) How many people have lived in the Tri-Cities your whole life? • How many of you live in the same house you got married in? • How many of you live in the same house you were born in? • I have figured out that I have more

  • Nazareth, The City Jesus Grew Up In Series

    Contributed by Jeff Strite on Mar 2, 2016
    based on 8 ratings

    Jesus grew up in Nazareth and he was forever known as "Jesus of Nazareth". But what was it about this city that would have formed His teachings and what can we learn from this region? This was the 2nd in my series of lessons telling of my trip to Israel.

    (Slide of our tour bus) This is a picture of our tour bus. It’s a Mercedes Benz and it seemed that every tour company in Israel had one just like it. The bus was very comfortable and roomy. After spending a couple of nights at Bethlehem we traveled by this bus down to Masada. more

  • You've Heard That

    Contributed by Dr. Gale A. Ragan-Reid on Jun 28, 2016

    Let the blessings of the healing power of Christ Jesus stay life persecutions.

    “YOU'VE HEARD THAT...” by Dr. Gale A. Ragan-Reid (June 28, 2016) “And there was delivered unto him the book of the prophet Esaias. And when he had opened the book, he found the place where it was written, The Spirit of the Lord is upon me, because he hath more

  • Being The Broom Mk3 Series

    Contributed by Andrew Moffatt on Aug 15, 2016
    based on 4 ratings

    This is my third attempt at this sermon, They call it the parable of the lost coin, what is the christian's role in finding this coin, the lamp, I believe there's a role that is over looked, will you be the broom?

    Sri Lankan edition MK 3; Being the broom. Luke 15:8-10 When we look at the scriptures there is a certain amount of danger in putting a label on something that can take our focus away from other important things. In the following parable what is important, what are the important features of more

  • Revealing Jesus’ Mission-3

    Contributed by Byron Sherman on Oct 16, 2012

    3 of 6. Luke recorded the public assignment of Messiah’s mission to Jesus. Jesus’ mission is publicized/revealed. But for whom is it publicized/revealed? Jesus’ mission is revealed for the...

    REVEALING JESUS’ MISSION-III—Luke 4:16-21 Attention: Business entrepreneur/Sits down with the civil authorities to get the proper permits. Asking the approval of the town’s council—involving the city council, magistrates, mayor, etc. In this manner we are declaring our more

  • Behind The Scenes Series

    Contributed by Kevin Ruffcorn on Dec 24, 2012

    Ancient spiritual disciplines, when incorporated in to our lives, prepare us for the coming of Jesus and enable us to prepare the world for the coming of Jesus.

    Luke 4:16-30 "Behind the Scenes" INTRODUCTION There are times when pithy statements stick in my mind, and I keep reflecting on them. One such statement is "If you don't know where you're going, you'll always get there." I see the reality of this statement every day. Most of us, I more