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Loving One Another Introduction Love for the brethren has been shown as proof of fellowship with God (1 John 2:7-11); then it has been presented as proof of sonship (1 John 3:10-14). In the earlier passage, love for the brethren is a matter of light or darkness; in the second it is a matter of life or…
Dave McNeff • Sermon • • 2,303 views
December 28, 2014 Intro – A traveler just outside Taos, NM, found an Indian lying in the middle of the road, ear pressed to the blacktop. “What are you tracking?” The Indian replied, “Man and woman, late 30’s, 3 kids, one barking dog, SUV traveling 65 MPH.” The guy said, “Amazing. You can tell all that…
Greg Bondurant • Sermon • • 1,018 views
Like a Good Neighbor! - What does a “good neighbor” do? A good neighbor looks for opportunities! (State Farm Commercial parody –Like a Good Dad video) This video serves a dual purpose. First, Happy Father’s Day Gentlemen! Did you get your pastry in the café? Don’t go now, but I would encourage you to…
Barry Busby • Sermon • • 737 views
Context Jesus Instructed the disciples to rejoice in their eternal inheritance Jesus reminded the disciples how special and blessed they were to have personally witnessed the revelation of God's Kingdom Jewish lawyer testing Jesus' theology in order to trap him The Priest/Levite: Examples of Shallow…
Scott Cody • Sermon • • 246 views
Lesson Intro Can you name some famous neighbors Tim “Tool Man” Taylor – Wilson Ricky and Lucy Ricardo – Fred and Ethel Mertz Daren & Samantha Stevens – Abner ad Gladys Kravitz jerry Seinfeld – kosmo Kramer Scripture calls us to be good neighbors, but what does that mean.. Encounter (Lk 10:25) " On one…
Outcasts - Luke: a Gospel for the Rejected
In response to a lawyer's question of "Who is my neighbor?," Jesus lays down a parable that challenges every follower of His to love our neighbors by stepping closer, showing compassion, sparing no cost, and shaming our critics.
Kenton Church EPC • Sermon • • 63 views
from the October 31, 2003 edition - http://www.csmonitor.com/2003/1031/p01s02-ussc.html In California, an unquenchable generosity By Randy Dotinga | Contributor to The Christian Science Monitor SAN DIEGO - When fire forced Jim McGinn to flee his home with his 86-year-old mother, his wife, two kids, and…
Jason Stuart Percy • Refuge TLH • Sermon • • 48 views • 1:13:19
The way of Jesus, of His Kingdom, sets us free from the tyrrany of personal vendetta. We are free to forgive and love and help people who hurt us, who wound our pride, and who persecute us, who anger us. We are free to give away what we have knowing that God, who owns everything, is able to provide and protect and repay so that there will always be, in the end, justice, though we may see much injustice around us. God knows. Remember, while being hurt, Jesus neither fought back, nor ran away, rather he absorbed the hurt and forgave those responsible. The Spirit of Jesus is within all those who follow Him, trusting Him, those who've been born from above. LORD, help us to be different than we are. Recorded at Refuge TLH on Sunday, July 14, 2019.
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Introduction: 2:7-11 Can you tell the difference? Þ I really love cheesecake… I love the way that new song sounds… I love vanilla nut coffee… I love my wife so much! Þ Words, like coins, can be in circulation for so long that they start wearing out. Three Reason why Christians should Love One Another:…
Brad Jordan • Cornerstone Baptist Church • Sermon • • 32 views • 35:54
This morning we will look at a very familiar parable from scripture in which Christ demonstrates for us God’s desire for our attitude towards our neighbors, our limitations caused by our attitude and what happens when we submit our attitude to the authority of Christ and seek to glorify Him in the way that we define our neighbor(s).
We are told to love our neighbor as ourselves, or better still as Christ has loved us. But who is our neighbor? Do we decide who our neighbor is or is that out of our control. Or do those around us determine if we are a loving neighbor or not. We will answer these questions today.
Greg Bondurant • Sermon • • 23 views
Like a Good Neighbor! - What does a “good neighbor” do? A good neighbor shows mercy! Maybe it’s just me, but it feels bit sticky up here today! And here’s the reason why? They were good sports! I want to say thanks to the 125 volunteers for loving on nearly 300 kids this past week at VBS! Trust God no…
Greg Bondurant • Sermon • • 20 views
Like a Good Neighbor! - What does a “good neighbor” do? A good neighbor embodies the golden rule. Paul Williams, a friend, preacher, church planter and author for the Christian Standard gives Jesus’ Good Samaritan parable a new twist. Paul writes, /“This guy was headed down the mountain from Jerusalem…
Gus Hernandez Jr • Sermon • • 20 views
I. God’s People Should Act Virtuously. (Zech. 8:16) A. God’s People should do the following: B. God’s People Should Act righteously. 1. God’s people should speak the truth to his neighbor. 2. God’s people should judge honestly. a) Give judgment in your gates for truth, b) [Give judgment in your gates…
The Church Dispersed
Randy Ehle • Journey Church, Sonora • Sermon • • 16 views • 35:28
In the face of a global shutdown unprecedented in most of our lives, with churches cancelling services and scrambling to stream worship and teaching online, many are wondering how we can possibly "be the church" if we can't "go to church." But God is not surprised. And just as he used persecution in the early Church to spread the Good News of Jesus to the world, he can—and will—use our present circumstances to take that Good News into our neighborhoods and cities...and the world.
Robby Roberson • Sermon • • 16 views
“SURPRISED BY LOVE!” Neighbor Day 2008: How to be a Good Neighbor Luke 10:25-37 Pastor Robby Roberson May 18, 2008 I think we should spend a few moments setting the story and its’ context. The central characters here are the Lord Jesus and a “lawyer.” This man was not a lawyer and the sense that the…
John Ramos • Park City Baptist Church, Park City, MT • Sermon • • 16 views • 36:44
Have you ever had the restless feeling that God was moving in you to reach out and do "something"? In this sermon, pastor John walks us through what is taking place behind the scenes with God before He call you to step out in faith. Learn from Peter on how to invesnt in your relationship with Jesus so that when God calls you, you will be able to discern His will for your life.