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Luke 22:31,32 INTRO: (1)  The deepest love, the truest desire to follow Jesus may be overborne, overwhelmed and the whole set of life be contradicted for a                       time. (2)  The greatest fall may be recovered. Simon is the illustration of this truth.   1. CHRIST PREDICTS THAT WE WILL BE SIFTED.   Satan desires the believer.   Read More …

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Luke 15: 11-24 Intro: There is God AS HE IS and God AS WE CONCEIVE HIM TO BE. We worship God as we conceive Him to he. Everything in the Christian life is simply a response to what we believe about God. This passage is a picture of a father’s heart and shows us the   Read More …

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Luke 13:6-9 I. God has a Right to Expect Fruit From Us.     1. Because we are His personal property     2. Because of our privileged position. “planted in a vineyard.” There were plenty fig trees growing wild, but this one was planted in a vineyard, to receive special care and nourishment.     3. Because   Read More …

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Luke 13:1-9 INTRO: God’s way of measuring is far different from ours. Just suppose Jesus were here… news of calamity, judgment on sin. “Except you repent, you will all likewise perish.” Disaster is falsely viewed as God’s judgment on sin. REPENT OF WHAT? Fruitlessness, barrenness. Leaves are no substitute for fruit, The one thing God   Read More …

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Ron Dunn Sermons

“Sifted by Christ’s Prediction” Text: Luke:31-32 Would you open your Bibles this morning to the Gospel of Luke, chapter 22…I’m going to read verses 31-34. The setting of these verses is, as you know, the Lord eating the Passover Supper with His disciples as He institutes the Lord’s Supper. It’s a very critical and strategic   Read More …

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