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  • Narnia: Here Is Your Brother Series

    Contributed by Merwin Rylaarsdam on Jan 3, 2006
    based on 6 ratings

    Reacceptance of a fallen and forgiven Christian into the faith is not an option.

    Sermon – “Here Is Your Brother” Scripture: Luke 7:36-50 ‘Tis the season for parties. They might be parties which people look forward to all year, or they might be parties that we dread. It might be a large work-related party where the political thing to do is show up, or it might be a large more

  • Debt Resolution

    Contributed by John Baggett on Dec 26, 2005
    based on 34 ratings

    DEBT RESOULTION What if your greatest debt could be written off? It already has been through Jesus Christ. Here we find a sinful woman who 1-Understood her INDEBTEDNESS 2- Recognized Christ’s WORTHINESS 3- Was Overwhelmed by Christ’s FORGIVENESS

    DEBT RESOLUTION Luke 7:36-7:48 I invite you to find LK 7 in your Bibles. Christmas as a day on the calendar has come and went but let’s keep celebrating Jesus all year long and all life long. Although we know Christmas is about far more than the gifts…It is about “THE GIFT”…Jesus. Yet I would more

  • A Love Song For The Savior Series

    Contributed by Pat Cook on Feb 12, 2006
    based on 89 ratings

    This is about the sinful woman’s anointing of Jesus. She was forgiven of much because she loved much. A story about salvation, criticism, holiness, worship, forgiveness and love.

    Luke 7:36-50 – A Love Song for the Savior Today we are continuing our series on The Life of Jesus. Let’s read a simple but emotional story that is found only in Luke 7:36-50. This is a good story to tell on the Sunday nearest Valentine’s Day. It’s got all the qualities of a great love more

  • The Debt Of Love

    Contributed by James Snyder on Sep 21, 2006

    If you can write out your love for the Lord in a nice, neat little paragraph, you probably don’t understand your love for the Lord. The difficulty with love is the inability to express adequately in words how you feel.

    If you had to describe your love for the Lord, how would you do it? Could you find in the proper words to express your passion and appreciation for the Lord? If you can write out your love for the Lord in a nice, neat little paragraph, you probably don’t understand your love for the Lord. The more

  • The Feet Of Christ

    Contributed by Scott Carmer on Mar 6, 2006
    based on 14 ratings

    We stand at the feet of Christ, guilty of the sin that precipitated those feet being nailed to the cross. But those wounds also mean forgiveness, grace, and healing.

    The Feet of Christ Luke 7:36-50 First Sunday in Lent March 5, 2006 Feet. We don’t think too much about our feet, do we? We pretty much take them for granted…that is unless they start to cause us trouble…blister on our heel, a corn on our little toe, an ingrown toenail. Pretty much though, we more

  • "Spontaneous Worship"

    Contributed by Jerry Depoy on Aug 23, 2006
    based on 7 ratings

    I have divided my thoughts on this text into two divisions: Three things that you can plan on. And seven things that you cannot plan on. Spontaneous worship is the essence of revival!

    Title: "Spontaneous Worship" Introduction: We do not know for certain who the woman was in this text, but we do know for certain that we will see her in Heaven and that her example has made a great impact on Christ and his Church. Tradition has it that it was Mary Magdalene in the text. I have more

  • Compassionate Like Christ Series

    Contributed by Todd Stiles on Oct 25, 2006
    based on 4 ratings

    What does it mean to be compassionate like Christ? Find out in this message from Luke 7.

    “Compassionate Like Christ” (Luke 7) Aren’t you glad God has compassion, and heals, restores and forgives? God’s compassion is overwhelming, isn’t it? In fact, would you say that word with me – compassion! Now look to the person to your right and say it…now to your left…nice! By now everyone more

  • If It Ain't Broke......then Break It.

    Contributed by Dean Kennedy on Oct 22, 2002
    based on 80 ratings

    A look at brokenness and how God wants us to be broken and turn to him for restoration. And from that restoration, we will become much stronger.

    Good morning, So how many of you have heard the cliché…"if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it"…? Most people tend to abide by that with the exception of boys between 2 and 6. My youngest son, Dylan, fell into this category. And he still does to a certain extent. When he was 3 or 4, we were visiting more

  • Forgiven Series

    Contributed by Joey Nelson on Mar 11, 2002
    based on 58 ratings

    The parable of the two debtors in the context of Simon, the woman, and Jesus, yields four tributaries of thought which flow into the one great truth of forgiveness.

    INTRODUCTION Opening Statement: Just about every Saturday, a man especially given to neatness, went into his barbershop for a haircut. So this one Saturday he told his barber that he was going to Rome. The barber asked what airline he was going to take. The man responded "Delta" The barber yelled, more

  • How Jesus Conducted Funerals

    Contributed by Brian Atwood on Feb 20, 2003
    based on 174 ratings

    The example of the Master in being a comfort to people who have suffered loss.

    Actually, Jesus never had to conduct a funeral. No one ever died or stayed dead in His immediate presence. That’s because He is the resurrection and the life! (John 11:25) He did, however, come to the aid of those in sorrow over death, and by so doing left a great example for those of us who more

  • Can Good People Love God? Series

    Contributed by Dave Weidlich on Oct 7, 2002
    based on 18 ratings

    It’s a well-known fact that Jesus came to seek and to save those who are lost – the down-and-out. But what about the up-and-in? We are, and we live with, people who are not drug addicts, s and ex-cons. The folks we live with are highly educated, sophistic

    Can Good People Love God? Rev. Dave Weidlich ~ Cooper Mountain Presbyterian Fellowship ~ Oct. 6, 2002 Read Zechariah 4:6 So he said to me, “This is the word of the LORD to Zerubbabel: ‘Not by might nor by power, but by my Spirit,’ says the LORD Almighty. In our Luke passage, we find two people more

  • Do You See This Woman

    Contributed by Richard White on Oct 8, 2002
    based on 37 ratings

    Many religious people see others as "High Maintenance" and not see their potential.

    Do you see this woman? Luke 7:36-50 Illustration: Grace Llewelyn Smith tombstone, no date of death or a date of birth just the names of her two husbands and this epitaph. “Sleeps but rests not, Loved but was not loved, tried to please but pleased not, died as she lived—alone.” Long nights, empty more

  • When A Sinner Meets Jesus

    Contributed by Howard Parnell on Oct 6, 2002
    based on 54 ratings

    An in-depth look at the emotional and spiritual workings that take place in the heart of a woman who comes in contact with the Son of God.

    WHEN A SINNER MEETS JESUS Luke 7:36-50 INTRO. Note the order of events briefly. (vs. 1-10) Jesus at Capernaum - heals the centurion’s servant. (vs. 11-17) Jesus in Nain (20 miles from Capernaum) - The widow’s son raised from the dead. (vs. 18-23) John the Baptist sends disciples to more

  • Don't Let It Stop You

    Contributed by Keith Linkous on Sep 1, 2001
    based on 124 ratings

    Nothing should stop us from worshipping God - not people, not our past, not anything. No matter what tries to hinder you, this message simply encourages you: Don’t Let It Stop You!

    The Lord is all-knowing, and all-seeing. There is nothing that escapes His knowing, or slips by His perception. You can’t think of anything outside of His knowledge. You can’t do anything that surpasses His ability to view. He sees what we’ve done, and what we’re doing. There is a repeated more

  • "Love - A Visible Response"

    Contributed by Ray Scott on Sep 17, 2003
    based on 24 ratings

    This sermon shows us that if we love Jesus, we will demonstrate it ... and we will care about what Jesus cares about.

    “Love – A Visible Response” Luke 7:36-50 INTRODUCTION: We continue in our series on ‘Great Events In The Life Of Jesus’. TONIGHT – We take a look at a prostitute who has an encounter with Jesus. 7:36 – The Pharisee’s name was “Simon” – 7:40. Pharisees were self-righteous Jews … separatists who more