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Sermons on Proper 26

You searched for sermons preached on: Proper 26, Cycle C
 
Be Careful Climbing Trees and Attending Church  Click here Click title to view sermon Luke 19: 1–10
Summary: Perhaps Zacchaeus wanted a controlled experience with Jesus, safe in a tree, where he could encounter Jesus, but not become vulnerable. Perhaps we come to church wanting a safe experience with God, comfort without challenge. Our encounter with the risen Christ is beyond our control, and may transform us in ways we didn’t expect.
C Proper 26 Proper 26 Ordinary Time 31 Pentecost 23 Palette
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Reaching Out to the Outcast  Click here Click title to view sermon Luke 19: 1–10
Summary: Those who have been rejected by society are often the most open to the reconciling power of the Gospel. We are to follow Jesus’ example of offering an open hand to the outcast, because, when all is said and done, each one of us started as an outcast in the eyes of God.
C Proper 26 Proper 26 Ordinary Time 31 Pentecost 23 Palette
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Resolutions and Revolutions  Click here Click title to view sermon Luke 19: 1–10
Summary: After Jesus invited himself to Zacchaeus’ house, Zacchaeus did not resolve to change; he was actually changed by Jesus. Jesus can change us, too.
C Proper 26 Proper 26 Ordinary Time 31 Pentecost 24 Palette
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The Little Man Who Became Big  Click here Click title to view sermon Luke 19: 1–10
Summary: Zacchaeus, though small of stature, became big in spirit when he met Christ. And the Good News is that when Christ is allowed to rule in our hearts, we can become big spirited as well.
C Proper 26 Proper 26 Ordinary Time 31 Pentecost 22 Palette
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The Right Place at the Right Time  Click here Click title to view sermon Luke 19: 1–10
Summary: Our experience with paying taxes helps us to understand why, in a much different political situation, Zacchaeus was resented by the people of Jericho. The tax collector must have thought that he could get some help from Jesus. But he got more than help: His life was renewed. In the same way, we are encouraged to be in a place where the transforming power of Christ will encounter us
C Proper 26 Proper 26 Ordinary Time 31 Pentecost 22 Palette
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A Gift of Love and Salvation  Click here Click title to view sermon Luke 19: 1–10
Summary: On his way to Jerusalem, where the cross waited for him, Jesus passed through Jericho and forever changed Zacchaeus and the town he lived in. What Jesus did for Zacchaeus, he can do for us.
C Proper 26 Proper 26 Ordinary Time 31 Palette
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