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  • Parable Of The Forgiving Father Series

    Contributed by L Lee on Sep 11, 2010
    based on 4 ratings
     | 6,694 views

    This parable is commonly called the Parable of the prodigal son. But as I read the parable, nothing grips me more than the father.

    Parable of the forgiving father The text This parable is commonly called the Parable of the prodigal son. But as I read the parable, nothing grips me more than the father. Therefore I would agree with some people that the parable is better known as the Parable of the forgiving father. (Luke ...read more

  • Restoring The Blessing Of Life Series

    Contributed by Brad Bailey on Oct 8, 2010
     | 2,083 views

    The Blessing we are referring to is not that of some outward sign of health and wealth that we need to claim, but the blessing of God as Father.

    Today we’re beginning a new series. We’ve entitled this series “Living in the Blessing.” The Blessing we are referring to is not that of some outward sign of health and wealth that we need to claim…. but rather something more foundational to life. It is the blessing ...read more

  • It's Time To Go Home

    Contributed by Cedric Portis on Oct 29, 2001
    based on 74 ratings
     | 14,030 views

    The only way to come back to the Father’s is to first come to yourself and realize that the Laws of the Father are in place to protect us.

    It’s time to go Home Luke 15:11-24 The Parable of the Prodigal is one of many parables Jesus used in His ministry. He used this particular parable in addition to others while He was addressing the publicans and sinners in the presence of the Pharisees and Scribes. Now Jesus ...read more

  • Salvation Series

    Contributed by Rick Stacy on Nov 28, 2000
    based on 128 ratings
     | 5,167 views

    This is part of a sermon series based on the Parables of Jesus. What's in it for me. This sermon is on the parable in Luke 15 - the prodigal son.

    What's In It for Me? - Salvation Some believe that if humankind is left to its own that the results will be positive and good. This was true once when God first made man but because of sin and it's destructive character there is no one who is righteous. When left to his own devices each of us ...read more

  • Lose Something ?

    Contributed by Robert Rust on Mar 23, 2001
    based on 111 ratings
     | 2,990 views

    The Prodigal Son through the eyes of the father.

    Lose Something ? Luke 15:11-32 March 25, 2001 We’ve all experienced misplacing something at one time or another. How many of you have searched endless for your keys ? Keys seem to have a strange way of finding the most unsuspecting places to hide. I heard about a man who came out of a ...read more

  • The Responsible, The Rebel And The Remarkable

    Contributed by Rita Sims on Mar 25, 2001
    based on 157 ratings
     | 2,416 views

    In many ways, we have been the youngest son, the father and the eldest son as depicted in the parable of the Prodigal Son.

    Today, we celebrate the well-loved parabled called the Prodigal Son. I want us to think of it from perhaps a little different perspective. I want us to think about how each one of us, in many ways, has been the youngest son, the father, and the eldest son. Especially as we are in the season of ...read more

  • The Prodigal Son

    Contributed by Germain Brown on Apr 9, 2001
    based on 78 ratings
     | 2,195 views

    Just come back to Him...

    THE PRODIGAL SON This story is based on Luke 15:11 - 32. In a far away land, where no man had ever gone before, came Mr. Christopher Columbus and discovered it after the Indians did. Many, many years later, came to live a man named Mr. Sir, and started killing chickens, ...read more

  • "Homeward Bound"

    Contributed by Dwight Davis on Aug 1, 2002
    based on 60 ratings
     | 5,146 views

    The parable of the Prodigal Son is perhaps the most famous of all of the Lord’s parables. But are we truly understanding the full significance of this amazing message of love and mercy?

    “Homeward Bound” In the United States today, it is estimated that between one and two million teenagers run away from home every year. Of course, there are many different reasons why these children choose to leave their homes. Many are simply the products of very ...read more

  • God Our Father Is Rich In Mercy

    Contributed by Timm Meyer on Mar 28, 2006
    based on 42 ratings
     | 9,695 views

    Lent 4(C) - Even when were dead in transgressions and sins God made us alive with Christ because God our Father is rich in mercy.

    GOD OUR FATHER IS RICH IN MERCY March 26, 2006 -- Lent 4 - Luke 15:11-32 Dear Fellow-Redeemed and Saints in the Lord: Certainly today’s text is a familiar parable that we may have heard many times. It is still good to refresh our memory of the divine meaning here for our learning. In ...read more

  • The Complaining Brother Series

    Contributed by Fred Sigle on May 1, 2006
    based on 35 ratings
     | 10,588 views

    The self-righteous are quick to point out the sins and faults of others, but overlook their own.

    THE COMPLAINING BROTHER A. Luke 15:25-32 (READ) 1. Can you imagine how difficult it must have been for the YOUNGER SON to come HOME! ILLUSTRATION: Picture what that first FAMILY MEAL was like back home. The Father sits at the head of the TABLE and the brother sits across from the ...read more

  • The Rebellious Son Series

    Contributed by Fred Sigle on May 1, 2006
    based on 18 ratings
     | 3,927 views

    The Rebellious will always end up in the pig pen of sin if they remain in their rebellion.

    THE REBELLIOUS SON A. An ACCUSATION brought against Jesus more than any other was: "He is a FRIEND of SINNERS!" 1. Luke 15:1-2 (READ and COMMENT) ILLUSTRATION: A lump must have SWELLED in the throat of Jesus and tears WELLED in His eyes. Before Him were people from all walks of life: ...read more

  • 0809 Trinity Ix: Prodigal Son: The Missing Ingredient Series

    Contributed by Mark Woolsey on Aug 15, 2005
    based on 11 ratings
     | 1,484 views

    If you miss a key ingredient of this story, you end up turning its meaning on its head.

    Sermon: Prodigal son: The Missing Ingredient Text: Luke 15:11-32 Occasion: Trinity IX Who: Mark Woolsey Where: Arbor House When: Sunday, July 24, 2005 Where: TI Morning Prayer When: Friday, August 12, 2005 May the words of my mouth and the meditation of my heart be acceptable in Thy ...read more

  • The Lost Son

    Contributed by Shane Brooks on May 18, 2005
    based on 10 ratings
     | 1,242 views

    No matter what you’ve done, The Father is waiting to love you.

    INTRO NEW COVENANT Luke 15:11-32 Lets talk about the second son for a minute Jesus is talking to the Pharisees He’s saying my children will be like the lost one- Y’all will stay home and sulk This boy says---I’ve been here- obeyed every commandment THAT’S A LIE- NO BOY EVER OBEYED ALL ...read more

  • The Evil Hoard Series

    Contributed by Michael Hollinger on Nov 9, 2005
    based on 3 ratings
     | 1,048 views

    Part II of a series based on the question, "How to spend an inheirtance" This sermon encourages us not to hold on to the love of the Father but to spend it freely.

    Title: A Chocolate Piano and an Older Brother Text: Luke 15:25 - 32 FCF: In Christ, we have more than enough blessing – we need not sit on it! SO: I want people to realize that hoarding an inheritance can be just as bad as squandering it Intro: Last week, you’ll remember we talked about ...read more

  • A Prodigal, A Parishoner, And A Ceo Series

    Contributed by Michael Hollinger on Nov 9, 2005
    based on 1 rating
     | 914 views

    Part I of a 3 part series, "How to spend an inheritance"

    Title: A Prodigious Inheritance, Pt.1 Text: Luke 15:11-24 FCF: God has given us a remarkable inheritance; we must choose wisely how to invest it. SO: Next week, I’ll be challenging the congregation not to rest on its laurels, but before I do that, I want to remind them of the riches they have ...read more