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  • James: Calling Fire Down From Heaven Series

    Contributed by Jeff Simms on Aug 16, 2003
    based on 58 ratings

    A look at James and John and how they desire to judge the Samaritans and how God treats us with grace and mercy

    James: Calling Fire Down from Heaven Luke 9:51-56 Primary Purpose: Jesus purpose was not to condemn, but to save. On a recent Sunday morning, members of a church in Oklahoma noticed a shabbily-dressed man wandering near the church, poking into garbage cans. The man finally came to rest on the more

  • James - Apostle Of Passion

    Contributed by Ray Ellis on Jul 27, 2003
    based on 45 ratings

    In serving the Lord you can either look at what you are doing as a ministry or a job. When ministry becomes a job you lose the passion God wants you to possess.

    James – Apostle of Passion Luke 9:51-56 In serving the Lord you can either look at what you are doing as a ministry or a job. When ministry becomes a job you lose the passion that God wants you to possess. My first ministry assignment as full-time pastor was in Kansas City, Kansas. I was more

  • Who Is Jesus

    Contributed by Steve Malone on Mar 9, 2004
    based on 30 ratings

    Luke in this chapter gives us 9 snap shots that help us to answer that question.

    "WHO is Jesus" LUKE CHAPTER 9 INTRODUCTION Our society as a whole and many people in our society are going through an identity crisis. The question many people are asking is who am I. And many in an effort to answer that question go on a journey to find themselves -- maybe a physical journey, more

  • Hatred And Anger Series

    Contributed by Bradford Robinson on Jun 27, 2004
    based on 34 ratings

    This sermon looks at the impact hatred and anger have in our lives, the Lord’s response, and how Jesus can transform us from Hatred and Anger to Love and Self-Control.

    A young boy was walking with his friend when out of nowhere a giant Rottweiler dog jumped out from behind a fence and began to pounce on one of the young boys. His friend bravely grabbed a 2x4 and smacked the dog on the head and then managed to wrap the broken chain from the dog’s leash around more

  • I Am Determined

    Contributed by Philip Harrelson on Oct 15, 2004
    based on 36 ratings

    Jesus Christ set his face like a flint as He went toward Jerusalem for the final hours.

    Luke 9:51 – “And it came to pass, when the time was come that he should be received up, he stedfastly set his face to go to Jerusalem,” l. INTRODUCTION – WILLIAM WILBERFORCE Before the slavery battle was fought in America, it was fought in England, where it was bloodless but it was also long more

  • The Jerusalem Road Series

    Contributed by Danny Williams on Apr 5, 2004
    based on 34 ratings

    A series designed to look at the Roads of the Last week of Jesus. How he and his disiples handeled life

    Roads to the Resurrection - Series The Jerusalem Road - April 4, 2004 AM Luke 9:51-56 These events are recorded by Luke alone. The thrust of the passage is that Jesus’face is set—it is fixed toward Jerusalem. Luke divides this journey of Jesus into three stages. Each stage begins by strongly more

  • I Want The Church To Grow-But Do I Want Any More People? , #5 Series

    Contributed by Jeremy Houck on Feb 18, 2003
    based on 16 ratings

    I want the church to grow because Jesus Does but do I want people who are not immedieatly receptive to the Gospel?

    I recieved this idea from my mentor Jerrie Barber. I Want the Church to Grow-But Do I Want Any More People? , #5 Luke 9:51-56 Introduction: Review I want the church to grow because it was in God’s plan, Jesus taught that it would, Jesus commanded sowing which produces growth, and growth is more

  • Making A Molehill Out Of A Mountain Series

    Contributed by Victor Yap on Dec 17, 2007
    based on 5 ratings

    Apostles, Pt. 11

    MAKING A MOLEHILL OUT OF A MOUNTAIN (LUKE 9:51-56) The widely respected Indianapolis Colts coach and Superbowl winner Tony Dungy is the epitome of cool, calm and composure. Peyton Manning credited Dungy’s calm demeanor as critical to the team’s rally from an 18-point deficit against the New England more

  • Fit For The Kingdom

    Contributed by Gaither Bailey on Jun 29, 2005
    based on 9 ratings

    Learning to fold a piece of paper into a square blindfolded requires the same three things as Jesus requires of us to be fit for the kingdom of God: Self-denying devotion to the task, making it an absolute priority and giving it your undivided attention.

    Fit For The Kingdom / Luke 9: 51-62 Intro: Challenge – What if God said, “You must be able to fold a piece of paper into a perfect square while blindfolded to be fit for the kingdom of God?” IMPOSSIBLE? – what would I have to do to learn how to do that? I. Verse 57 “I will follow you wherever more

  • The Journey To Jerusalem

    Contributed by J. Yeargin on Nov 3, 2005
    based on 18 ratings

    The fact is that without God’s direction for our lives, we can easily find ourselves not going where Christ wants to take us. Let Jesus become your best friend and let Him show you where you need to go!

    THE JOURNEY TO JERUSALEM ~ Part One ~ In the recent weeks, I have become excited with what God is doing in this family of believers. There is a remnant of people that is growing in number and in purpose for the future of Lighthouse Assembly of God. Many see the vision of what God has for more

  • Am I A Messy Christian? Series

    Contributed by David Selleck on Oct 25, 2006

    Series of four sermons using Micheal Yaconelli’s book "Messy Spirituality" God’s Annoying Love for Imperfect People

    Template Oct 1, Messy Spiritualism Series 1 2006 World Communion Sunday Messages adapted from Messy Spirituality by Michael Yaconelli. Felt Need: Does God accept me with all my baggage, shortcomings, sins? Desired Outcome: To understand that God always is seeking and loving the least of more

  • Courge

    Contributed by Tim Parsons on Oct 7, 2006
    based on 10 ratings

    This sermon has selected scripture and a look at our courge and a view at some men in the bible as our example.

    COURGE. Introduction: SELECTED SCRIPTURE Courage is doing the right thing because our convictions won’t let us do anything else. Doing something because it is the convenient thing to do is not courage. Doing something because everyone else is doing it is not courage. Doing something because more

  • Headed To Jerusalem

    Contributed by Davon Huss on Jul 15, 2006
    based on 4 ratings

    A sermon on discipleship from Luke 9.

    Sermon for 7/16/2006 Luke 9:51-62 Introduction: David Ogden (The New Reformation) tells the story of Oliver Wendell Holmes. "Holmes once boarded a train, but was unable to find the ticket. After watching Holmes fumble through his pocket in growing dismay, the conductor politely said, ’It’s all more

  • Buzzards, Bats, Bumblebees & Eagles Part 3 Series

    Contributed by Rodney Johnson on Aug 17, 2007
    based on 4 ratings

    Part 3 focuses on the bumblebee.

    Buzzards, Bats, Bumblebees and Eagles Are You Living Like The Bumblebee? Scriptures: Luke 9:51-56; Acts 16:20-25 Introduction As you may recall, I have shared with you previously about the buzzards and the bats. With all of their other capabilities, both have limitations that could more

  • Going To Jerusalem Series

    Contributed by J. Yeargin on Nov 6, 2005
    based on 14 ratings

    The Savior has a very busy schedule everyday and everywhere He goes. Jesus had places to go, people to meet and things to do. And then suddenly, something happens to Him. Jesus, in just that moment, was called to Jerusalem

    This morning’s message is the introduction to a series entitled, “Divine Destiny”. I have never taught on this before. But if this new series is what I believe it will be, it could be the most irritating teaching some of you have ever heard. But don’t let that keep any of you from coming more