Robert Wright • Sermon • • 279 views
Introduction: God has never turned away the questions of a sincere searcher. Max L. Lucado (1955– ) KEY BIBLE VERSE: John's two disciples found Jesus and said to him, "John the Baptist sent us to ask, 'Are you the Messiah we've been expecting, or should we keep looking for someone else?' " (Luke 7:20)…
William F. Snorgrass • Sermon • • 10 views
THE DAY GOD CAME LOOKING Gen. 3:6-12 Gen. 11:1-8 Lk. 19:10 What Are You Looking For? When you get up in the morning, what are you looking for as you think about the day? When you come to church, what are you looking for? Jesus ask this question of the religious leaders in reference to them going out…
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Joy in Finding (Luke 15:1-10) What is God like? Once you accept the existence of God, that becomes life's biggest question. The Greek philosophers thought He was apathetic. The Romans thought He was an overblown person with outsized human failures. Some followers of Moses saw Him as the great Lawgiver,…
Max Soft • Park City Baptist Church, MT • Sermon • • 2 views • 38:46
In this sermon, Max Soft presents the story of the prodigal son with the focus on the "searching father" who represents the role of God the Father searching for his lost child--you and me. As Max reminds us that the three parables in Luke 15 represent the distinct roles of the triune God head with the final parable tying all three together.