Faithlife Sermons • Sermon • • 906 views
Hospitality is commanded by God Heb 13:2 See also Is 58:6–7; Jn 13:12–15; Ro 12:13; 1 Pe 4:9 Hospitality is a responsibility of leaders 1 Ti 3:2 See also 1 Ti 5:9–10; Tt 1:8 Hospitality indicates true discipleship Job 31:32 See also Mt 25:35 Hospitality crosses social barriers Of race Le 19:33–34 See…
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The steward's lifestyle. Sunday 25 May Stewards are those who recognize that God is the owner of all they have, their money, possessions, time, homes, bodies everything! Essentially a servant Today look at how a steward is called to live, lifestyle of a servant, steward: one word to describe this: Hospitality/…
GLENN PEASE • Sermon • • 37 views
By Pastor Glenn Pease Late one night in Philadelphia and elderly couple came into a little third class motel. The husband said to the night clerk, "Please don't tell us you don't have a room. My wife and I have been all over the city looking for a place to stay. We didn't know about the big conventions…
John L. Lake • Sermon • • 36 views
CHURCH ON RANDALL PLACE: 6/10/07 “THE FUTURE’S SO BRIGHT I GOTTA WEAR SHADES,” A STUDY IN 1 PETER 1 PETER 4:7-11, “LIVING LIKE THERE’S NO TOMORROW.” I. Introduction a. Bible Prophecy has brought much disappointment from many. i. This is one reason why the Second Coming is not no longer viewed as relevant.…
Jim L. Wilson • Sermon • • 34 views
Numbers 12:1-15 “Miriam and Aaron criticized Moses because of the Cushite woman he married (for he had married a Cushite woman).  They said, ‘Does the Lord speak only through Moses? Does He not also speak through us?’ And the Lord heard [it].  Moses was a very humble man, more so than any man on…
A New Vision for New Vision: Clay in the Potter's Hands
Pastor Jeremy lays out the first objective of a new vision: that through this fellowship Christ would cause multitudes would be found and invited to encounter God here.
Dr. Mark A. Barber • Sermon • • 27 views
Introduction In the last chapter the LORD promised Abraham what humans even today would consider impossible. Sarah was going to be a mother of a son named Isaac in twelve months. Abraham laughed at the idea, but the LORD told him it would be so. To remind Abraham that he laughed, the LORD said the boy's…
James Mattek • First Evangelical Lutheran Church • Sermon • • 18 views
You've probably heard the parable of the Good Samaritan. Jesus tells us to love our neighbor, right? Yes, but it's more than that. It's a reminder of the way that Jesus helped us, including us in the greatest "feel good story" of all time.
3 John 1-15
The Story of the Pineappe The lesson on hospitality is taught by example. A good one and a bad one. The Elder: To my dear friend Gaius: I love you in the truth. Dear friend, I pray that you may prosper in every way and be in good health physically just as you are spiritually. For I was very glad when…
Today's message outlines tools to be radically hospitable, like Abraham was in the Old Testament. Pastor Joe tells how expectations can lead to unpredictable results in our lives - like anger and offense. Looking with faith for those Jesus sends us and utilizing His gift given to all of us, hospitality, we can set others above ourselves with servanthood and humility and help prepare them for their life journeys - just as Abraham did!
Formation, Community, and Mission
The most characteristic form of missional activity is extending hospitality to the stranger. Whether that's hosting a meal or just giving someone directions, hospitality is how the Church has always responded to the world's needs.