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SERMONS & MEDIA ON ZACCHAEUS

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ZACCHAEUS SERMON OUTLINES

by Rex Yancey

Zacchaeus was one of life's invisible people. It is not easy being short. He had probably heard all the short jokes in his day. ''Zacchaeus, you ought to be a Rabbi. At least your sermons would be short!'' Or, ''I feel sorry for short people. When it rains they are the last to know.'' I have a preacher friend on the Gulf Coast who is 6'7. He had a friend that would always ask him ''How's the weather up there!'' He got tired of it once and spit on his head. He said, ''It is raining!''...

by Jerry Branch

We've been dealing with the issue of faith these past weeks…faith for both the Christian and for the church...and we saw that if we're going to please God, which should be our very desire, then we've got to demonstrate this thing called FAITH. We looked at 6 areas of faith that should be present in our lives IF we are really demonstrating our faith... 1) Faith is believing even before we see what God has for us...

by Ken Trivette

Outline 1. Zacchaeus the Little Man a) His Occupation b) His Preoccupation 2. Zacchaeus the Lost Man a) The Seriousness of His Lost Condition b) The Symptoms of Lost Condition 3. Zacchaeus the Lord's Man a) The Miracle of Salvation b) The Manifestation of Salvation In this study I want us to get better acquainted with a man who worked for the RRS (Rome Revenue Service). He was a tax collector...

by Ivor Powell

It is thought-provoking that after three and a half years of the most sensational ministry exercised among people, Zacchaeus sought to see "Jesus, who he was." It might be assumed that every person in the country was aware of the identity of the Savior. If this tax-gatherer was unaware of the Lord's reputation, it must be concluded he had confined himself to a world of seclusion. He was the chief of the...

by Stan Coffey

Today we are going to look at Luke 19:1, one of the most well known stories in the Bible. One of the favorites of boys and girls and that is the story of Zacchaeus, who climbed up a sycamore tree because he was short in stature. He couldn't see over the crowd when Jesus came to town. And he wanted to see Jesus. And today's message is entitled, "Liberation From Loneliness". We have been talking about "Living By Faith In A Culture Of Fear." There are many...

by Jerry Vines

Verse 10 is a clear-cut statement of why Jesus came into this world. Jesus came from heaven into this world to seek and to save that which was lost. The first nine verses of the chapter give us a real life illustration of Jesus coming to seek and to save those who are lost. Along the way, Jesus encountered all kinds of people, and He saved all kinds of sinners. He met them in many places. Sometimes He met them along the seashore. At other times He met them at the dinner table...

by Daniel Rodgers

Luke, chapter nineteen, give us an interesting story about a man by the name of Zacchaeus. Not much is known about Zacchaeus, except what is given to us in Luke's account. We know that he was a publican. In fact, vs.2 tells us that he was the ''chief among the publicans, and he was rich.'' A publican was a tax collector appointed by the Roman Government. In order to finance its powerful government, Rome levied heavy taxes on the Jewish people. Publicans were Jews who...

by Dennis Marquardt

The truth is that God seeks out the lost, and He always has His heart tuned into the soul that desires to find Him. So often in our modern world our attention is drawn to so many things that we don't have the time to even think about our soul. The truth is however that nothing in this world can satisfy the spiritual needs of our soul except God. The Bible teaches us that the hungry heart to know God will find Christ making a house call! If you really desire to know God He will come...

by J.D. Greear

I heard a story as a kid that has really stuck with me. Bird Dog: ''That dog is the only one who has actually seen the bird. The other dogs are just caught up in his excitement, but simply sharing in his excitement can't motivate them to keep going when the pursuit gets difficult.'' That reminds me of what happens in the church. A church is this big movement of people. A lot of people are excited, many are sacrificing, but a lot of people get so swept up in the...

by Roger Thomas

Introduction: Luke was a doctor (Col 4:14). We easily forget that the medical profession has been around a long time. Consider a few of the New Testament references: Jesus says, "They that are whole have no need of a physician," shows that there were physicians in Galilee (Mt 9:12; Mk 2:17; Lk 5:31). In Nazareth Jesus quotes the proverb: "Physician, heal...