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  • Zachaeus Lesson 23 Series

    Contributed by Elmer Towns on Sep 28, 2018
     | 1,743 views

    Jesus' final ministry in Galilee, Perea, and Jericho

    A. INTRODUCTION 1. Retreat from Jerusalem. Jesus left Bethany shortly after raising Lazarus from the dead. “Therefore Jesus no longer walked openly among the Jews, but went from there into the country near the wilderness, to a city called Ephraim, and there remained with His disciples” (John ...read more

  • Zacchaeus Series

    Contributed by Revd. Martin Dale on Nov 2, 2019
     | 631 views

    What can we learn from Zacchaeus?

    The story of Zacchaeus "On February 24, 1948, one of the most unusual operations in medical history took place in Ohio State University’s department of research surgery. A stony sheath was removed from around the heart of Harry Besharra, a man thirty years of age. When only a boy he had ...read more

  • Our True Significance In Christ Series

    Contributed by Steve Hanchett on Apr 23, 2001
    based on 57 ratings
     | 5,314 views

    A look at the encounter Jesus had with Zachaeus and how Christ changed his life.

    “True Significance is Found in Christ” Luke 19:1-10 Steve Hanchett, pastor Berry Road Baptist Church April, 8, 2001 “Then Jesus entered and passed through Jericho. Now behold, there was a man named Zacchaeus who was a chief tax collector, and he was rich. And he sought to see who Jesus ...read more

  • Bart And Zach Series

    Contributed by K. Edward Skidmore on Mar 30, 2011
     | 2,884 views

    This message from Luke 18:36-19:10 deals with two amazing events both of which happened in the city of Jericho a short time before Jesus death in Jerusalem. It deals with the healing of Bartimaeus and Jesus' encounter with Zachaeus. One was a physical hea

    Bart and Zach Luke 18:36 – 19:10 CHCC: March 20, 2011 INTRODUCTION: The two miracles we’re going to talk about today happened during the last month of Jesus’ life. For several weeks Jesus and his disciples had been slowly traveling toward Jerusalem. Along the way, ...read more

  • "I Want To See Jesus!"

    Contributed by Kenneth Sauer on Oct 28, 2004
    based on 48 ratings
     | 2,618 views

    Have we dined with Jesus?

    Luke 18:9-14 “I want to see Jesus!” By: Rev. Kenneth Sauer, Pastor of Parkview United Methodist Church, Newport News, VA www.parkview-umc.org Zacchaeus was a chief among tax collectors, and I’m sure his parents never would have dreamed that he would turn out the way he did. You ...read more

  • Remembering Jesus (Part 1) Series

    Contributed by Dan Waite on Mar 10, 2006
    based on 7 ratings
     | 1,656 views

    PREMISE: True religion is not about a system of though (philosophy, theology, organization), it is about a person named Jesus. POINT: Jesus asked us to REMEMBER because we tend to FORGET... this was Jesus’ “dying request.”

    Other sermons can be found at http://lastsermon.blogspot.com/ 1 Corinthians 11:23 – 26 Remembering Jesus (part one) PREMISE: True religion is not about a system of though (philosophy, theology, organization), it is about a person named Jesus. POINT: Jesus asked us to REMEMBER because ...read more

  • A Changed Heart Series

    Contributed by Todd Pugh on Jan 14, 2008
     | 2,445 views

    The Thief crucified beside Jesus was forever changed with his face to face encounter with the Saviour.

    A Changed Heart Series: “face to Face” Sunday sermon / July 15th Intro: the man we are looking into today isn’t even named in Scripture. He came face to Face with Jesus in the most horrible way. They were crucified together. And actually there were three men crucified that day. The ...read more

  • "Un-Comfortably Numb"

    Contributed by Kenneth Sauer on Nov 8, 2007
    based on 3 ratings
     | 1,201 views

    A sermon about giving one’s life to Christ, and the importance of bringing children up in the faith.

    “Un-Comfortably Numb” Luke 19:1-10 By: Rev. Ken Sauer, Pastor of Parkview UMC, Soddy Daisy, TN Zacchaeus was chief among tax collectors, and I’m sure his parents never would have dreamed that he would turn out the way he did. You know why? Because Zacchaus’ name means “Pure” or ...read more

  • The Figure Of Christ

    Contributed by Ernest Dupont on May 16, 2005
    based on 12 ratings
     | 1,170 views

    A sermon that explains that Christ is the answer to our broken world.

    THE FIGURE OF CHRIST (John 17: 1-6) We live in a world of greed where money talks and rules. I invite you to look at the figure of Christ. Christ did not lust after money or material things. He put his whole trust in God the Father who had sent him to redeem the human race. He accepted ...read more

  • Out On A Limb Series

    Contributed by Todd Pugh on Jan 14, 2008
    based on 10 ratings
     | 6,132 views

    How Zacchaeus’ life was changed by coming face to face with Jesus

    Out on a Limb Series: face to Face Sunday Sermon, July 1st 2007 Intro: Video Jesus was on His way to that Cross when He passed through a very famous town named Jericho. Like a Rose day parade to witness Jesus passing by, hundreds or even thousands of people lined the street that day. ...read more

  • "Do They See Jesus In Me?"

    Contributed by Kenneth Sauer on Mar 30, 2008
    based on 11 ratings
     | 25,496 views

    A sermon about being the Church of unconditional love.

    "Do they See Christ in Me?" Luke 19:1-10 By Rev. Ken Sauer, Pastor, Grace United Methodist Church, Soddy Daisy, TN graceumcsd.org Let’s ask ourselves this question. Would the most reviled of sinners feel welcome and loved in our churches? Would drug addicts, prostitutes, those who ...read more

  • "Humanity Through The Eyes Of Jesus"

    Contributed by Danny Moss on Oct 18, 2002
    based on 37 ratings
     | 1,536 views

    Have you ever looked at humanity through the eyes of Jesus. In this sermon, I try to see several Bible characters through His eyes-the way He saw them.

    "Humanity - Through The Eyes Of Jesus" Introduction- Have you ever attempted to see people as Jesus saw them? We all need to see humanity as He saw them. We need to see our world through the eyes of Jesus. In this message, I want to attempt to do that with ...read more

  • What The Stable And Your Heart Have In Common

    Contributed by Bud Martenn on Dec 16, 2001
    based on 471 ratings
     | 12,207 views

    It doesn’t matter where Christ was born if he has not been born in our hearts

    Lk.2:1-7 To compare the birth of Christ at Bethlehem with his birth in our hearts "The birth of Christ means little or nothing to us if he has not been born in our heart" 1. God has not left this world without a yearly witness of the birth of his son 2. This time of year the witness ...read more

  • What Makes You So Holy? Series

    Contributed by Norbert Haukenfrers on Sep 3, 2008
    based on 4 ratings
     | 1,375 views

    often we think we are so deserving, but when do we see ourselves as God sees us.

    Luke 18:9-14 is one of 3 prayer stories unmentioned by the other gospel writers(11:45-13, 18:1-8) Prayer story- explaining the basic nature and necessity of prayer If we compare ourselves to others, we feel pretty good. It’s much tougher when we compare ourselves to Jesus. St Francis of Assisi ...read more

  • Majoring In The Minors

    Contributed by Clair Sauer on Nov 3, 2010
    based on 4 ratings
     | 3,516 views

    The story of Zacchaeus reminds us of our fervent need to seek out Jesus above all in our lives, but this story also reminds us that Jesus is looking for us too.

    “Zacchaeus was a wee little man, and a wee little man was he./ He climbed up in a sycamore tree, for the Lord he wanted to see./ And as the Master passed that way, He looked up in the tree./ And He said, “Zacchaeus, you come down. For I’m going to your house today.” How many ...read more