The Tale of Two Debtors


  THE TALE OF TWO DEBTORS A SERMON FROM LUKE 7.36-50 By Kevin W. Bounds Introduction A Jewish man stepped in and watched a part of [Adolf] Eichmann’s trial and burst into tears. Some next to him said, “Your anger must be unbearable.” He said, “No, it isn’t anger. The longer I sit here, the […]

February 20, 2017

Chained by Expectations


A SERMON FROM LUKE 7:18-35 By Kevin W. Bounds Introduction             Expectations can be misleading. I recall when in the parts business as a counter salesman, I would speak with customers all over the southeastern United States. While conversing on the telephone, I would form a mental image of how I thought the person on […]

February 14, 2017

The Lord of the Sabbath – Luke 6:1-16


THE LORD OF THE SABBATH: A CASE FOR COMPASSIONATE CONFRONTATION FROM LUKE 6:1-16 By Kevin W. Bounds   Introduction In a world immersed in social media and a twenty-four-hour news cycle, everyone has an opinion. Now people can rant online without the consequence. Now people take to the street with picket signs protesting anything. Don’t […]

February 6, 2017

Jesus Uses Empty Vessels – Luke 5:1-11


JESUS USES EMPTY VESSELS: A SERMON ON THE CALL OF THE DISCIPLES IN LUKE 5:1-11            By Kevin W. Bounds ***Sorry for the inconvenience but recording begins approximately 20 seconds***   Introduction DETOUR The year was 1920. The scene was the examining board for selecting missionaries. Standing before the board was […]

January 31, 2017