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  • The Sin Of Self-Righteousness

    Contributed by Brian Gordon on Nov 7, 2011
    based on 1 rating

    Jesus is anointed by a sinful woman while eating at the house of Simon the Pharisee. Jesus' conversation with Simon serves as a warning about self-righteousness.

    I. Introduction A. So, Simon invited me to his house for dinner, and I went because I knew some of the best of our society would be there. a. But I also went because I heard he was going to be inviting the man called Jesus. b. If the stories about him are true it’s about time he mingled more

  • Diagnosing The Problem Series

    Contributed by Rob Jansons on Sep 14, 2010
    based on 4 ratings

    This is the "Total Depravity" sermon without using the stock theological labels. It is the first sermon in the series and it's covert because too many of our listens will shut down their receptors when they hear the words "Calvinism."

    Last week we listened to a story, a parable, that Jesus told about a Pharisee and a tax collector. Here is what he said: “To some who were confident of their own righteousness and looked down on everybody else, Jesus told this parable: 10 "Two men went up to the temple to pray, one a more

  • In _________ We Trust - Pt. 1 - Trust Issues Series

    Contributed by Steve Ely on Jan 17, 2019

    We print it on our currency. But in our life we have to determine how to fill in the blank. I will place my trust in ___________.

    Trust Issues I. Introduction It is right there in green and white. It is engraved into the silver, copper, and gold. It is a prominent feature on our currency. It is a statement of trust. It is a statement of reliance and dependence. However, I want to submit to you that most of us have trust more

  • The Culture Of Forgiving No Matter The Magnitude Of Offence

    Contributed by Richard Papafio on Mar 6, 2019

    Forgive everyone no matter what they do to you.

    May the peace of the Lord be with you. *DAY 2 OF LENT* Our reflection today is on the 2nd Kingdom Culture from the parable below: *THE TWO DEBTORS* Luke 7:41-48 King James Version (KJV) 41 There was a certain creditor which had two debtors: the one owed five hundred pence, and the more

  • Commended By The Giver Series

    Contributed by Denn Guptill on Mar 24, 2018

    This message looks at 3 different times that Jesus commended people for what they gave.

    Everyone enjoys being recognized for the good they have accomplished even if they do the “No really, you don’t have to” thing. They enjoy being thanked and acknowledged for what they’ve done, maybe not publically but people want to know they have made a difference in their world. The scripture more

  • A Sacrificial Faith Series

    Contributed by John Lowe on May 20, 2018

    She began to wash His feet with her tears, and wiped them with the hair of her head; and she kissed His feet and anointed them with the fragrant oil.

    10-6-04 A Sacrificial Faith Luke 7:36-7:50 (Read first) What we have in our text this morning is a record of the worship of a woman who falls at the feet of Jesus in worship. We are never told her name. Luke does not record a single word spoken by the woman in her sacrificial act of more

  • Being Grateful When Life Happens

    Contributed by Dennis Lee on Nov 27, 2017
    based on 3 ratings

    This sermon deals with our being grateful even when life's circumstances stink. The text that is used is from the story of the Pharisee and the Prostitute.

    Being Grateful When Life Happens Luke 7:36-50 Seeing that Thanksgiving is right around the corner; it might be nice to speak upon our need to be grateful to God. And so the point I want to get across is … The depth of our gratitude reveals just how much we understand our need for a Savior. more

  • The Fruit Of Forgiveness. Series

    Contributed by Gordon Curley on Jul 15, 2018

    The Fruit of Forgiveness - Luke chapter 7 verses 36-50 - Sermon by Gordon Curley PowerPoint slides to accompany this talk are available on request – email:

    SERMON OUTLINE: (1). The Repentant Woman (vs 36-38). (2). The Critical Host (vs 39-43). (3). The Forgiving Saviour (vs 44-50). SERMON BODY: Ill: • Has anyone been on a plane trip recently? • Has anyone been on a boat trip recently? • Has anyone been on a train trip more

  • God’s Love Changes Everything

    Contributed by Ellie Wakeman on Dec 15, 2010
    based on 4 ratings

    Exploring the power of God

    There’s nothing like tucking your little one in bed at night. You put the covers over them so that they are snuggly warm, you give them a great big hug and a gently placed kiss on the cheek and whisper, “good night sweetie” and then, the moment of all moments, with those innocent little eyes more

  • A Harlot Crashes The Party

    Contributed by Clarence Eisberg on Jun 12, 2010
    based on 1 rating

    Jesus invites us to be involved with God to offer and practice the joy of is what we pray in the Lord's Prayer. Robert Hoyer in his book writes "I do not pretend to do it well nor does anyone else I know...."

    In Jesus Holy Name June 13, 2010 Text: Luke 7:36-50 Redeemer “A Harlot Crashes the Party” Dallas Willard a brilliant Christian thinker, theologian and professor at USC School of Philosophy in his book “Divine Conspiracy” writes: “Jesus more

  • I Have Something To Say To You

    Contributed by Gaither Bailey on Jun 10, 2010
    based on 4 ratings

    What we need to realize is this: we share the fact that none of us are saved by anything we are or do. We are saved and forgiven by our loving relationship with the risen Christ.

    I Have Something To Say To You Intro: It was rush hour. The woman was late for an important appointment. She cursed the drivers around her as she weaved in and out of traffic. When a car wedged in front of her, she laid on the horn and slipped the offending driver off. She shook her fist more

  • “simon Says” Or “savior Says”: Whose Salvation “game” Are You Playing?

    Contributed by Daniel Habben on Jun 21, 2010
    based on 6 ratings

    Does Jesus teach that we are saved by works? Not at all! The woman's love for Jesus was not the price of forgiveness. It was the proof of forgiveness...

    Kids, I want to play a simple game with you. The game is “Simon Says.” Ready? Simon says, “Touch your nose.” Simon says, “Raise yours hands.” Simon says, “Wave your hands.” Clap your hands! Oops. Simon didn’t say to do that, did he? In this game more

  • God In The House Series

    Contributed by Dr. Jerry N. Watts on Mar 12, 2011
    based on 1 rating

    When God is in the house, things are different. Inspired by a message at the 2011 Evangelism Conference by my friend, Dr. Kevin Hamm.

    A Word to the Church God in the House Luke 7:36-50 * (READ TEXT) A few weeks ago, I heard a preacher say these words (with which I concur); “As believers, we are told to tell other people about what Christ has done for us, in us, and through us. After we tell them and win them we bring them more

  • Debt And Devotion Series

    Contributed by Glenn Durham on Apr 12, 2011
    based on 4 ratings

    God absorbs a debtor’s default.

    Introduction Read Luke 7.36-50. Pray. So bad people need big forgiveness; as a result, when they meet Jesus, they love him much. Better people need less forgiveness, and so love little. The woman was bad, “a woman of the city,” “a sinner.” To state it crassly, a streetwalker or more

  • Two Kinds Of Worship Series

    Contributed by Jun Suyat on Apr 25, 2011
    based on 5 ratings

    When we stand before our Lord let us look at ourselves not seeing others. Simon the Pharisee saw the sin of the woman but failed to see himself. The woman came to worship Jesus, while Simon the Pharisee invited Jesus to look at his failures. If we come to

    Two Kinds of Worship Luke 7:36-50 FCF: Failure to Worship our Lord Jesus Christ in true reverence. Prop: When we stand before our Lord let us look at ourselves not seeing others. Simon the Pharisee saw the sin of the woman but failed to see himself. The woman came to worship Jesus, while Simon more