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  • Ollie Ollie Oxen Free

    Contributed by Steve Malone on Jul 10, 2007
    based on 15 ratings
     | 2,513 views

    A message about how God seeks and saves the lost.

    Ollie Ollie Oxen Free Now the tax collectors and "sinners" were all gathering around to hear him. But the Pharisees and the teachers of the law muttered, "This man welcomes sinners and eats with them." Then Jesus told them this parable: "Suppose one of you has a hundred sheep and loses one of ...read more

  • "In Defense Of The Older Son"

    Contributed by Clark Tanner on Sep 10, 2006
    based on 10 ratings
     | 3,690 views

    We don’t usually hear much about the older son, but hey, he had a right to be miffed! Didn’t he...?

    (A backwards glance at the parable of the Prodigal) 22 “But the father said to his slaves, ‘Quickly bring out the best robe and put it on him, and put a ring on his hand and sandals on his feet; 23 and bring the fattened calf, kill it, and let us eat and celebrate; 24 for this son of mine was ...read more

  • The Prodigal Son

    Contributed by Ed Wood on Sep 1, 2008
    based on 8 ratings
     | 5,188 views

    A message on Jesus’ parable of the Prodigal Son.

    THE PRODIGAL SON Luke 15:11-32 INTRO: Jesus used many parables in his ministry. We sometimes fail to see the real underlying message in the Parables He used. Today we want to see what message Jesus ...read more

  • Salvation Series

    Contributed by Rick Stacy on Nov 28, 2000
    based on 128 ratings
     | 4,619 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

  • Looking For What's Lost, Pt. Ii Series

    Contributed by Timothy Archer on Feb 13, 2004
    based on 22 ratings
     | 1,195 views

    In the story of the Prodigal Son we learn lessons for the prodigals and for the "faithful sons."

    Looking for What’s Lost, Part II Luke 15:11-32 Continuing our study of Luke, we find ourselves in Chapter 15. I want to invite you to be turning there. We previously looked at the first part of this chapter. Jesus was being criticized by some of the Jewish leaders because he was eating and ...read more

  • The Prodigal Son Revisited Series

    Contributed by Revd. Martin Dale on Sep 26, 2003
    based on 22 ratings
     | 1,580 views

    Which would you rather have? The foolishness of God or the wisdom of man? The choice is yours

    The Gospel reading is taken from : Luke 15:11-20 11 Jesus continued: "There was a man who had two sons. 12 The younger one said to his father, ’Father, give me my share of the estate.’ So he divided his property between them. 13 "Not long after that, the younger son got together all he ...read more

  • Lost And Found

    Contributed by Leo Launio on Oct 17, 2003
    based on 14 ratings
     | 1,828 views

    A sermon on the three parables of Jesus based in Luke 15.

    December 06, 1996 I. Introduction: A. Experiences of those who have experienced being lost 1. An old man who got lost because of Alzheimer disease 2. A young man who got lost wandering in the forest because of mental impairment 3. A young girl lost in a crowded shopping mall B. ...read more

  • The Lost Son Series

    Contributed by Billy Kryger on Mar 10, 2003
    based on 89 ratings
     | 5,275 views

    Third message in the series "God’s Lost and Found from Luke 15. This message deals with the prodigal son and the fact that when we stray awy from God we don’t cease being His child. He welcomes us home with open arms.

  • The Prodigal Son

    Contributed by Mike Wilkins on Jun 14, 2004
    based on 28 ratings
     | 2,015 views

    Before we can become the father, we must deal with our prodigal nature

    Luke 15:11-32 June 13, 2004 The Return of the Prodigal Returning to the Father Over the Last few weeks we have been looking at this story of the Prodigal Son with the emphasis that we are all called to become the father in the story. But I also recognize that unless we deal with our ...read more

  • The Older Brother Series

    Contributed by Mike Wilkins on Jul 13, 2004
    based on 34 ratings
     | 8,174 views

    Most of us in Church relate to the older brother if we are honest. The father loves us as much as the prodigal and invites into the party.

    Luke 15:11-32 June 20, 2004 The Older Brother We’ve been looking at the story of the Prodigal Son for many weeks now – we began by talking for 4 weeks about our call to become the Father in the story. But last week I talked about how taking up the call to become the father without ...read more

  • The Compassionate Father Series

    Contributed by Mike Wilkins on Jul 13, 2004
    based on 24 ratings
     | 4,063 views

    Jesus’ picture of the compasionat father corrects many of our wrong images of God

    Luke 15:11-32 June 27, 2004 The Compassionate Father Verses 1-2 1Now the tax collectors and "sinners" were all gathering around to hear him. 2But the Pharisees and the teachers of the law muttered, "This man welcomes sinners and eats with them." Our image of God speaks directly to ...read more

  • The Call To Become The Father

    Contributed by Mike Wilkins on May 29, 2004
    based on 25 ratings
     | 1,073 views

    Our Call to become the father in the story involves grief, forgiveness & generosity

    Luke 15:11-32 May 23, 2004 The Call to Become the Father “The Return of The Prodigal Son” by Henri Nouwen. This is one of my “must read” books for Christians – I even recommend it for non-Christians. If you haven’t read it yet, read it this summer. We’ll have a little book discussion ...read more

  • Thanksgiving's Empty Chair

    Contributed by Mark Otero on Jan 14, 2003
    based on 647 ratings
     | 16,636 views

    The irony of thanksgiving is sometimes those closest to the Father’s blessings can become the least thankful. The Prodigal’s brother demonstrates this reality by his words and actions.

    Thanksgiving’s Empty Chair Luke 15: 25 - 32 INTRODUCE A woman was visiting some people who lived on a farm, and she noticed a pig limping in the backyard with a wooden leg. She asked the farmer, "What happened to the pig?" The farmer said, "Oh, Betsy is a wonderful pig. One night the house ...read more

  • God's Lost And Found

    Contributed by Robert Mccracken on Mar 14, 2005
    based on 24 ratings
     | 3,128 views

    Today’s scripture lesson comes from the Gospel of Luke. We will be looking at the story of The Lost Son. This is one of many stories that Jesus told on his way to Jerusalem. Jesus used these short stories to teach the people of the day import lessons a

    God’s Lost and Found Today’s scripture lesson comes from the Gospel of Luke. We will be looking at the story of The Lost Son. This is one of many stories that Jesus told on his way to Jerusalem. Jesus used these short stories to teach the people of the day import lessons about Christian life, ...read more

  • God Our Father Is Rich In Mercy

    Contributed by Timm Meyer on Mar 31, 2006
    based on 42 ratings
     | 9,488 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