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  • Weeping For Jerusalem

    Contributed by Craig Condon on Nov 12, 2016
    based on 1 rating

    If we knew the heartbreak in our hometowns, we would weep too. Every city and town can be blessed with Jesus’ presence, but the leaders must invite Jesus into the city or town before God’s peace can be experienced.

    (Text: Luke 19:41-44) I share these thoughts with you today in the Name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Spirit, AMEN In the reading we heard from Luke’s gospel a few minutes ago, Jesus wept. Does that surprise you? After all, Jesus and God are one in the same. Well, more

  • Jesus Weeps Over Jerusalem Series

    Contributed by Freddy Fritz on Sep 19, 2015
    based on 1 rating

    Jesus' weeping over Jerusalem in Luke 19:41-44 shows us the compassion of Jesus.

    Scripture Jesus’ three-year-long ministry was about to come to an end. Luke 19:28 is the beginning of Jesus’ final week on earth. It began with his triumphal entry into the city of Jerusalem. The people were rejoicing and praising God with a loud voice for all the mighty works more

  • Mission Minded Mercy Series

    Contributed by David Taylor on Feb 13, 2014

    Being an Authentic Follower of Jesus: Mission Minded Mercy

    Being an Authentic Follower of Jesus: Mission Minded Mercy Luke 19:41-44 May 30, 2010 Jesus’ weeping over Jerusalem is his response to his entry into Jerusalem. The crowd cheers because they think they have a military and political leader; Jesus sheds tears because they have and more

  • Jesus Weeps Over Jerusalem And Jesus Clears The Temple Series

    Contributed by Bobby Stults on Aug 29, 2010
    based on 5 ratings

    Jesus enters Jerusalem on the colt to the praises of a throng of followers and under the scrutiny of the religious leaders, but His mind is focused on the souls of the city of Jerusalem, which represented God's chosen nation.

    Read Luke 19:41-48… Setting the stage: v.41-48 detail the conclusion of Jesus’ journey toward Jerusalem toward the destined sacrifice He was sent here to make for the sins of the world. For many days Jesus had been on a resolute journey toward the city of Jerusalem. He had more

  • Jesus Weeps At The Parade

    Contributed by Michael Deutsch on Apr 13, 2020

    Jesus weeps over Jerusalem. Does He do the same over our towns?

    Jesus Weeps at the Parade Luke 19:41-44 April 5, 2020 I don’t know about you, but I’m not much of a parade guy. Debbie likes them, I don’t! Debbie likes the New Year’s Day and Thanksgiving Day parades. For me, they move to slowly, last too long and interfere with the food I want to eat and more

  • Jesus Weeps At The Parade Series

    Contributed by Michael Deutsch on Jun 27, 2014

    Palm Sunday at the parade, and Jesus weeps!

    Jesus Weeps at the Parade Luke 19:41-44 April 13, 2014 I’ll make a little confession to you this morning. Especially since Debbie is at the youth retreat I know I can say this. But, she already knows I’m this way. I’m not really a big fan of parades. I get bored pretty more

  • Understanding The Way Of Peace

    Contributed by Stephen Evans on Mar 29, 2012
    based on 2 ratings

    Jesus weeps over Jerusalem because they did not understand the way to true peace. Many still do not understand this way. This sermon points through the calamities of life to the Prince of Peace.

    Title: Understanding the Way of Peace Text: Luke 19:41-44 Date: April 1, 2012 Place: Washington A/G Introduction I. Welcome to Palm Sunday A. Day to commemorate Jesus’ triumphal entry into the city of Jerusalem B. We call it palm Sunday because the Gospel writers all tell of how the more

  • The Day The King Cried

    Contributed by Mark Opperman on Jan 15, 2014
    based on 1 rating

    Jesus weeps over Jerusalem and the 2 million Jewish people who were gathered there that day. They didn’t get it! They didn’t understand who God was! They didn’t know His plan. They did not recognize that God Himself was among them, offering them peace.

    The Day the King Cried Intro: Four days before Passover, the people of Israel were required to present their lambs to the priest for inspection. This was known as Inspection Day. The law of Moses prohibited Israelites from bringing a lamb from very far away, because an unblemished lamb was more

  • Palm Sunday - 2020 - Thy Kingdom Come - The Lord's Prayer - Part 2 Series

    Contributed by Stephen Belokur on Apr 4, 2020

    Should we be celebrating with the disciples who were waving palm branches and shouting "Hosanna to the Son of David" or should we be weeping over Jerusalem like Jesus? This naturally combines with "Thy Kingdom come, Thy will be done ..." from the Lord's prayer.

    (This is a shorter sermon used on Facebook Live during the Coronavirus pandemic) What is today? Today is Palm Sunday, the day we set aside to remember what many call “The Triumphal Entry” of Jesus into Jerusalem. Where do we find that? Matthew 21:1-11 As you look that up in your Bibles to read more

  • Mercy: The Ability To Heal Others Series

    Contributed by Brad Fowler on Oct 13, 2007
    based on 15 ratings

    Mercy comes to those who are merciful. The measure we use, it is measured to us.

    I. INTRODUCTION Good morning! It’s good to be with you all again! We are continuing our series on the ABC’s of Christian Living. We come to the letter “m” which is “Mercy: The Ability To Heal Others.” (Matt.5:7) “Blessed are the merciful, for they will be shown mercy.” One man once said to more

  • What Kind Of King Is He?

    Contributed by Dana Chau on Mar 25, 2002
    based on 37 ratings

    Discover three good reasons for why we owe our allegiance to Christ as King.

    Susan and I were driving to different places on Friday and Saturday, and we saw quite a few palm tree plants sticking out of people’s cars. Now there were not as many as Christmas trees during Christmas season. But there were a few, and they looked like large green feathers. Today is Palm more

  • "I Must Continuse Today, Tommorrow, And The Next Day"

    Contributed by Gerald Roberts on Feb 20, 2016

    The message shares with us what we must continue doing despite deceptions, despite attacks of adversaries, despite our fates, and despite hostile areas.

    Luke 13:31-34 “I Must continue today, tomorrow and the next day” 1. Jesus Must continue today, tomorrow and the next day despite the deception • 31 The same day there came certain of the Pharisees, saying unto him, Get thee out, and depart hence: for more

  • Passionate Living

    Contributed by Patrik Olterman on Mar 14, 2006
    based on 11 ratings

    An inspiration to live a passionate life because we have a passionate God. A call to return to the first love.

    Passionate living – the way God chooses to live. What is passion? Pathos = feel or suffer, used to denote destiny • Passion renders us passive under an emotion, the emotion becomes the active agent (Jesus in • Getsemane“thy will be more

  • The King Is Coming

    Contributed by Ken Sowers on Nov 26, 2005
    based on 14 ratings

    Palm Sunday celebration

    Open with Video Clip - 1 min. The Lamb of God from Ray VanderLaan Something is happening on two levels - very different things They didn’t understand then, most Christians don’t understand today. So let’s unpack it a bit before we watch the story unfold. Background - Jerusalem is a Powder more

  • Sincere Faith Or Cosequences Series

    Contributed by Ed Vasicek on Sep 20, 2002
    based on 17 ratings

    People related to Jesus in various ways. This is true in our day as well. The type of relationship we have to the Lord carreis with it consequences, both good and bad.

    Sincere Faith or Cosequences (Mark 11:1-18, Luke 19:41-44) INTRO 1. Few disappointments hurt as much as relational disappointments: 2. "All you think about is golf," the heartbroken wife complained. "You never think of me--even here at the breakfast table." "Of course I think of more