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  • "love Who?" "my Enemies!?"

    Contributed by Robert Walderman on Mar 16, 2019
     | 153 views

    Words matter. Words communicate. As a master teacher Jesus used words and literary devices to enhance his teaching with great power and insight. He often used 'hyperbole.'

    The Gospel of Luke-Pt.18: “Love who? My Enemies!” I walked through hell this week. My personal world was on fire and everyone unloaded their problems on me. I ended the week with the weight of the world upon my shoulders. Let me ask you, ‘What kind of week did I have?’ Yes, you would be ...read more

  • God Is Mercy: Epiphany 7, Year C

    Contributed by Rian Adams on Mar 5, 2019
     | 119 views

    The Rev. Rian Adams. This sermon informs people to rest in the mercy of God.

    Sermon: “God Is Mercy” Epiphany 7, Year C The Rev. Rian Adams Introduction: Mercy as Listening Jesus says, “Be merciful as your Father is merciful." In Matthew's version, Jesus goes a bit farther, "Go and learn what this means; I want mercy and not sacrifice." Some of you ...read more

  • Agents Of Grace

    Contributed by Mary Erickson on Feb 25, 2019
     | 252 views

    The Bible directs us on how to respond to our anger as agents of grace.

    February 24, 2019 Hope Lutheran Church Pastor Mary Erickson Genesis 45:3-11, 15; Luke 6:27-38 Agents of Grace Friends, may grace and peace be yours in abundance in the knowledge of God and Christ Jesus our Lord. What do we do with anger? Anger is an emotion. It’s an emotional response to ...read more

  • Extreme Love

    Contributed by Kerry Haynes on Feb 24, 2019
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     | 1,016 views

    Jesus calls us to an extreme love, to even love our enemies. He calls us to lay down our rights for revenge, and shows us that God has already given us that kind of love, while we were God's enemy.

    Luke 6:27-36 Extreme Love Today’s passage is a tough one; that’s why I chose it, so I could better understand it myself. Is Jesus saying we are to give in to bullies? Is he taking away our right to self-defense? Is the battered wife just supposed to “turn the other cheek?” Absolutely not! Jesus ...read more

  • Why Should We Love Our Enemies, What’s In It For Us?

    Contributed by Gordon Mcculloch on Feb 24, 2019
     | 340 views

    Maybe we should ask, what harm can be caused by not loving our enemies; does it really work against us, does it do us that much harm.

    This sermon was delivered Gordon McCulloch to the congregation at Holy Trinity in Ayr, Ayrshire, Scotland on the 24th February 2019; Holy Trinity is a Scottish Episcopal Church in the Dioceses of Glasgow and Dumfries. Genesis 45:3-11, 15 1 Corinthians 15:35-38,42-50 Luke 6:27-38 Psalm ...read more

  • Turning The Other Cheek

    Contributed by Gaither Bailey on Feb 21, 2019
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     | 1,481 views

    Loving our enemies is not easy; but, it is the Christian way.

    Turning The Other Cheek Luke 6: 27 – 36 Intro: The story is told of an Irish boxer who became a Christian evangelist. One day as he was setting up his tent for meetings, some local thugs came and began to heckle him. One of them took a swing at the preacher and hit him on the cheek knocking him ...read more

  • "being A Christian Is Hard"

    Contributed by Kenneth Sauer on Feb 20, 2019
     | 4,905 views

    The challenge of following Christ.

    “Being a Christian is Hard” Luke 6:27-38 Someone said to me this week, “Being a Christian is the hardest thing I’ve ever done,” and I would have to agree with them. Jesus says: “Love your enemies, do good to those who hate you, bless those who curse you, pray for those who mistreat ...read more

  • Why Love Your Enemies

    Contributed by I. G. Spong on Feb 18, 2019
     | 3,238 views

    Why should Christians love their enemies? What does love for an enemy mean? Do we have to like them too? Let’s examine what Jesus says in Luke 6:27-38.

    Why should Christians love their enemies? What does love for an enemy mean? Do we have to like them too? Let’s examine what Jesus says in Luke 6:27-38. How Love Enemies Luke 6:27-28 “But I say to you who hear, love your enemies, do good to those who hate you, bless those who curse you, pray for ...read more

  • When They Oppose You Lesson 1 Series

    Contributed by Elmer Towns on Feb 13, 2019
     | 1,096 views

    Remember, you must be a good testimony for God in all things.

    A. Introduction: We Are Instructed To Pray For . . . 1. People. “I exhort . . . that supplication, prayers, intercession and giving thanks be made for all people, for kings and for all who are in authority” (I Tim. 2:1-2). 2. Those over us, (boss, president, governor, pastors, etc.) 3. Healing. ...read more

  • What About Imprecatory Psalms? Lesson 2 Series

    Contributed by Elmer Towns on Feb 13, 2019
     | 234 views

    Principles for imprecatory prayers.

    A. Introduction: 1. Imprecatory means judgment, i.e., asking God to punish, kill, and throw into hell (Psalm 2, 37, 69, 70, 109, 143). 2. David throws them into hell. “Let Satan the accuser stand at his right hand . . . let his days be few . . . let his children be fatherless, and let his ...read more

  • Willing And Able Series

    Contributed by Perry Greene on Feb 12, 2019
     | 2,020 views

    Will we choose to be Willing Contributors or Wanting Consumers?

    1. John Ortberg tells about a carpenter in San Francisco who is a disciple of Jesus. For years he felt inferior as a disciple because he was “just” a blue collar worker. He had not fancy degrees. He had not special gifts of teaching. Then one day it dawned on him that if Jesus could be a carpenter ...read more

  • The Sermon On The Plain: An Exposition Of Luke 6:17-38

    Contributed by Mark A. Barber on Jan 30, 2019
    based on 1 rating
     | 7,913 views

    Jesus calls us to radical discipleship.

    The Sermon on the Plain: An Exposition of Luke 6:17-38 Scholars debate whether this sermon is another version of the Sermon on the Mount. It indeed shares a lot of common themes. Scholars who want to diminish the authority of Scripture try to prove that both evangelists copied and arranged ...read more

  • Moving In The Opposite Spirit— 6th Sunday In Ordinary Time

    Contributed by Paul Andrew on Jan 27, 2019
     | 1,396 views

    A “Manual” for Escaping Our Vicious Cycles through non-violence is what the Sermon on the Mount has been called; to transform the adversary - and, in the process, to be transformed ourselves.

    1). Mary Lou Kownacki relates the following tale: It seems that in a certain village a snake had bitten so many people that few dared to go into the fields. Finally, it was taken to a wise person who tamed the snake and persuaded it to practice the discipline of nonviolence. When the villagers ...read more

  • The God Kind Of Love

    Contributed by Christopher Holdsworth on Jan 27, 2019
    based on 3 ratings
     | 2,733 views

    God has given us His grace to aspire towards this high standard of AGAPE Love.

    THE GOD KIND OF LOVE Luke 6:27-38 The Sermon on the Plain is directed towards those who ‘came to hear’ Jesus (Luke 6:17). It was ‘toward His disciples’ that Jesus first lifted up His eyes (Luke 6:20). That emphasis is repeated at the beginning of the present passage (Luke 6:27). These are ...read more

  • Rock Solid Series

    Contributed by Dr. Jonathan L Vorce on Dec 16, 2018
     | 1,401 views

    The foundational principles of discipleship are discussed by Jesus with the present day attenders of the Synagogue, The Pharisees and His new Disciples. Much can be learned from these teachings of Jesus about how to conduct ourselves in hostile environments.

    Lead In Scripture: Luke 6:27-49 Introduction: Re-cap last week. Share a story of God sustaining you. I. Love Your Enemies - Jesus knew that the road the disciples would travel was going to produce several enemies. Therefore, He began to teach them how to respond under attack. • Luke 6:27 MSG - ...read more