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  • "All In A Day’s Work”

    Contributed by David Roth on Oct 5, 2020

    In a parable of vineyard workers, Christ shows that all who receive from Him, and all that is received from Him, is totally gift. It is not earned. As Christians we rejoice and are thankful that we are in His vineyard, and that His continues to call others to His vineyard to labor with us.

  • That's Not Fair! Series

    Contributed by Marlou Javier on Oct 5, 2020
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    - This Parable is the answer of the Lord to Peter’s question in Matthew 19:27. - The parable is emphasizing a right attitude in service.

    WHAT DOES THIS PARABLE TEACH US ABOUT GOD? - Watch this sermon at 1. God is a generous God. - It was the landowner’s money and he could do with it as it pleased him. - Matthew 20:15 Is it against the law for me to do what I want with my money? more

  • God's Grace In A Wage-Based World

    Contributed by Rev. Matthew Parker on Oct 2, 2020

    Most of us are use to earning stuff. Or to trading one thing for another. That's how the world works. That's not how God works. This sermon explores the grace of God through a familiar and wonderful parable of Jesus

    God’s Grace in a Wage-Based World – Sermon for CATM –October 3, 2020 We are continuing to explore the Parables of Jesus both in our Sunday online services, and then also in our Thursday Fireside Bible chat, where we look at the scripture passage that we talked about on Sunday, in greater depth, more

  • "our Generous God"

    Contributed by Kenneth Sauer on Sep 22, 2020

    A sermon about God's equal justice and love.

  • Grumblers And The Scandal Of Grace

    Contributed by Clarence Eisberg on Sep 19, 2020

    In this text Jesus tells the parable (Laborers in the Vineyard) in which Jesus is saying to his critics: “Your idea of God is all wrong, this is what God is like: The kingdom of God is like a “good employer.”

    In Jesus Holy Name September 20, 2020 Text: Matthew 20:1-2,15 Redeemer Grumblers & The Scandal of Grace John Reuman in his book “Jesus in the Church’s Gospel’s” writes; “Jesus….stressed the “grace of God”. Mercy, goodness and love for sinful humanity is more

  • The Grace Of God - Sermon For Proper 20 - Year A

    Contributed by Ian Bullock on Sep 18, 2020

    How does Gods grace affect our lives, and are we willing to accept it, and turn away from what the world regards as important.

    In the name of the Father, Son and Holy Spirit. Amen. When I was a child I hated P.E. at school, whenever we were going to play a team sport, I always knew that the two captains would be the same two athletic boys, and that I would always be the one who wasn’t picked, but just ended up on the more

  • Last Place

    Contributed by I. G. Spong on Sep 15, 2020

    What would Jesus say about first and last place? Let’s examine the puzzle behind Jesus blessing those in last place in Matthew 20:1-16.

    What would Jesus say about first and last place? Let’s examine the puzzle behind Jesus blessing those in last place in Matthew 20:1-16. Wine Industry Parable Matthew 20:1 For the kingdom of heaven is like a landowner who went out early in the morning to hire laborers for his vineyard. The Gospel more

  • Political Signs, Rain Lilies And The Vineyard Labor Reward Series

    Contributed by W Pat Cunningham on Sep 13, 2020

    We need to subject all our political opinions an conversation to the continuing need for repentance called to us by Scripture.

    25th Sunday in Course 2020 It’s seems like the political yard signs this election cycle have been cropping up for two years, like the rain lilies that sprout overnight after a heavy downpour. If your convictions about the relevance of your faith to society have made you politically aware and more

  • Nadie Es Excluido Por El Amor

    Contributed by John Singarayar on Sep 10, 2020
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    ¿por qué a menudo nos quejamos como rivales y competidores unos de otros, como dice la parábola ?

  • Walang Naibubukod Ng Pag-Ibig

    Contributed by John Singarayar on Sep 10, 2020
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    Bakit nga ba tayo madalas na magreklamo bilang karibal at karibal ng bawat isa tulad ng nakasaad sa parabula?

    Walang Naibubukod ng Pag-ibig Isaias 55: 6-9, Filipos 1: 20-24 , Filipos 1:27 , Mateo 20: 1-16. Pagninilay Mahal na mga kapatid na babae, Makinig tayo sa teksto para sa ating pagsasalamin ngayon mula sa Ebanghelyo ni Mateo (Mateo 20: 1-16): "Sinabi ni Jesus sa kanyang mga alagad more

  • No One Is Excluded By Love

    Contributed by John Singarayar on Sep 9, 2020
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    Why then do we often complain as rivals and competitors of one another as the parable states?

    No One is Excluded by Love Isaiah 55:6-9, Philippians 1:20-24, Philippians 1:27, Matthew 20:1-16. Reflection Dear sisters and brothers, Let us listen to the text for our reflection today from the Gospel of Matthew (Matthew 20:1-16): “Jesus told his disciples this parable: “The kingdom more

  • The Parable Of The Laborers: An Exposition Of Matthew 20:1-16

    Contributed by Mark A. Barber on Sep 9, 2020
    based on 1 rating

    Parables are more than stories from life. They illustrate something greater.

  • Go Thy Way-The Parable Of The Workers In The Vineyard Series

    Contributed by Jonathan Spurlock on Feb 21, 2020

    Jesus gave this parable to His disciples after the rich young ruler had come running to Jesus but had walked away. Look for the "go thy way" in the text--it may surprise you!

    Introduction: Just after the rich young ruler came running to Jesus, and walked away, Jesus gave this parable about workers in a vineyard. This was one of the last parables Jesus ever told. The immediate context stems from the disciples’ reaction to what Jesus said to the rich young ruler. Peter, more

  • Love Does Not Envy Series

    Contributed by Steve Malone on Nov 25, 2019
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    In this message we will talk about the reasons why envy is so destructive and also about 3 things we can do to put out the flames of envy in our lives (stop comparing, start enjoying, keep trusting) so that we can begin to live out God's kind of love.

    Love Does Not Envy #LoveIs GOOD MORNING MGCC – AND - welcome to week 4 in our series ‘Love Is…’ AND LISTEN – if there ever was a series that we need to make every effort to live out when we walk out those doors, it is this one. LIKE – the truths we will discuss have the power to change more

  • Love Is Not An Entitlement. Hence Give Thanks Series

    Contributed by Dr. Madana Kumar, Phd on Nov 11, 2019

    The sense of entitlement is one of the major problems Christians suffer with. Knowledge can enhance this sense of entitlement. We need to turn it around to an attitude of Thanksgiving instead

    Love is not an Entitlement: Hence Let us Give Thanks You are gathered here to learn about the Legal requirements for NGOs and Churches. Understanding and abiding to the Legal requirements are essential for our organisations. They keep us out of trouble and helps us to focus on fulfilling our more