Sermons on Self-Righteousness


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The World is in Trouble
The World is in Trouble

Introduction

What's wrong with the world? That's a question that many people are asking, and there's no shortage of answers being given: the ...


The gospel exposes our desperate need before God.


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The Parable of the Good Samaritan

Introduction

I haven't field tested the theory, but I suspect that this is the best known parable of Jesus. Whether in Christian circles or non-Christian ...


Are you seeking self-justification or God's justification?


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Heart Worm

Over these past weeks we've been looking together at some conditions of the human heart that obviously need help. When we meet somebody whose life is ...


What does God do with a self-righteous heart?


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The Eyes of a Doctor

From the editor:

Here's a sermon from Donald Sunukjian on what we ought to do when we encounter someone who has yet to know God. We've mentioned before ...


We must have the eyes of a doctor, not the eyes of a judge.


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From Exclusion to Embrace
From Exclusion to Embrace

The Story Behind the Sermon

This year (2009) we have been preaching through the Gospel of Luke. As the preaching schedule was being put together, it just ...


Jesus wants us to move away from excluding others and toward embracing others.


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A Contrast of Thanksgiving

Introduction

It seems to me that appreciation is often related to contrasts. We are told the beauty of art is not just in color, but it's in contrast. ...



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Exclusive Territory

In my economics class, we finished studying agreements. At first glance, my students thought an agreement would limit consumer choice. They're surprised ...


God's demands of exclusivity are for our own good.


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The Contrast of Thanksgiving

Introduction

It seems to me that appreciation is often related to contrasts. We are told the beauty of art is not just in color, but it's in contrast. ...


Contrast is important in developing an attitude of gratitude in our lives.


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