Robert Wright • Sermon • • 15,334 views
Introduction: Luke emphasized the humanity of Jesus. It is only appropriate that many of the teachings of Jesus which Luke recorded show us how to live a human life in union with God. Luke contains some of the best-known stories about Jesus’ life. Here find the story of the Good Samaritan, the Lord’s…
GLENN PEASE • Sermon • • 105 views
By Pastor Glenn Pease Bernie May, the United States Division Director of Wycliffe Bible Translators, for many years tells of his conflict with other Christians in a major book publishing deal. Chet Bitterman was shot to death by a terrorist group in Columbia, because they wanted the Bible translation…
William C. Palmer • Sermon • • 63 views
10th Sunday Pentecost “Seeing the Best Thing!” LUKE 11:1-13 1. Once Jesus was‑praying in a place. Happened Jesus finished, one of HIS friends asked, “Lord, teach us to pray the same‑as JOHN taught his friends.” 2. Jesus said, “Happen you pray, say the words: Father in heaven, YOUR name is holy, YOUR…
Pastor Alex Jackson Sr. • Fresh Church • Sermon • • 41 views • 43:53
Pastor Alex preaches about Jesus' visit to Mary and Martha's house in Bethany. Pastor Alex highlighted how Martha, Lazarus and Mary responded during their last opportunity to worship Jesus. Pastor Alex brokedown how each one responded. Martha - Served instead of Worshipped Lazarus - Sat instead of Worshipped Mary - Worshipped with all she had Listen and be blessed!
Tim McMillian • Sermon • • 37 views
For His Glory “Now a certain man was sick, Lazarus of Bethany, the town of Mary and her sister Martha.” Verse 4, “When Jesus heard that, He said, ‘This sickness is not unto death, but for the glory of God, that the son of God may be glorified through it.’ ‘Now, Jesus loved Martha and her sister and Lazarus.…
The Gospel of John
Rick Crandall • Sermon • • 34 views
1. Jesus wants us to be confident in Him (John 12:1-2). 2. Jesus wants us to be committed to Him (John 12:2-5, 9-11). 3. Jesus wants to take care of us (John 12:4-8). 4. Jesus wants to commend us (Matthew 26:7-13).
The Gospel of John
Rick Crandall • Sermon • • 25 views
The story of Lazarus shows us how: 1. Jesus comes and calls us closer to Him (vs. 27-32). 2. Jesus hurts when we hurt (vs. 32-38). 3. Jesus delivers us from doubt (vs. 37-43). 4. Jesus defeats our death (43-44).
Bob Pritchett • Sermon • • 25 views
The Project Gutenberg EBook of The Flight of the Shadow, by George MacDonald#34 in our series by George MacDonald Copyright laws are changing all over the world. Be sure to check thecopyright laws for your country before downloading or redistributingthis or any other Project Gutenberg eBook. This header…
He Dwelt Among Us: Exposition of the Gospel of John
Many in this world view God as callous, harsh and not loving. But as we look at this passage in John, we see the beauty of God's sovereignty and in unity with his love and compassion combine to bring great comfort to those around Jesus. God wants you to recognize that in your trials and loss in this life, He is continuing to pour out his love and goodness to us.
Three points from today's message: 1. There are three types of of people in the church. Those who serve, those who sit, those who worship. 2. Worship consist of all the glory belonging to GOD. 3. Don't allow someone to measure how you worship GOD!
Women Of The Bible
Trent Johnson • Hope Christian Church • Sermon • • 7 views • 26:37
When Jesus and the disciples came to Mary and Martha's house for dinner, we see that the sisters had a different approach to being with Jesus. And in the dinner we find a question for ourselves: how often do we get caught up in what we have to do FOR Jesus, and forget to simply come and BE WITH Jesus?
Kevin Maxey • Sermon • • 5 views
Sermon for Proper 11 cycle c Move Better July 21, 2007 CtK Luke 10:38-42 Greeting AR Visit Monday Night – Me bathrooms, Janice dusting & floors Comment: Nice not to worry about being to clean Dad’s comment: Ruthie made sure she was too busy to have to clean. It is a contrast to my mother I joked one…
Jason Stuart Percy • Refuge TLH • Sermon • • 4 views • 1:08:41
God is able to provide precisely what we need when we need it. We may not trust Him to do so, but He is fully capable, and we find rest to the degree we learn to trust in His promises. Jesus, God's Prophet to Israel, pronounced judgement against those who rejected Him. If we refuse Him, we remain under condemnation. While we know what is right, we fail to live loving Him and loving others. He came to save sinners. After trusting Him and being brought into His Kingdom by the gift of His righteousness and grace, we have the privilege of serving and loving those who are rejected and outcasts and even our enemies. We have the privilege of laying our lives down for anyone; for everyone. We are neighbor to anyone we are acting in love toward. Shared by Jason Stuart Percy on July 4, 2021 at Refuge TLH in Tallahassee, FL.
What did Mary and Martha experience during the dying of their brother, Lazarus? What emotions or thougths did the sisters experience the four days Jesus did not come while Lazarus was in the tomb? What can we learn from those four days when we face darkness and hopelessness in our lives? Take a new look at the account of Lazarus being raised to life by the word of Jesus the Messiah. Believe!