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When He Came to His Senses – Sermon from 3-14-2010

John Terpstra’s sermon entitled “When He Came to His Senses” from 3-14-2010, the fourth in The Prodigal God series, based on Luke 15:17. http://www.immanuel-crc.org/podcast/Terpstra20100314.mp3 Advertisements

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The People Around Jesus – Sermon from 2-21-2010

John Terpstra’s sermon entitled “The People Around Jesus” from 2-21-2010, the first in The Prodigal God series, based on Luke 15:1-10. http://www.immanuel-crc.org/podcast/Terpstra20100221.mp3 At the end of the sermon recording is the congregation singing “Come As You Are” a song written … Continue reading

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Prodigal Son Music Videos

The theme of the father welcoming home his wayward son is one that has generated lots of songs. A couple of folks have sent me links to music related to this theme. One of them is Phillips, Craig, and Dean … Continue reading

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What Does the Word “Prodigal” Mean?

I have to admit that the word “prodigal” is not part of my regular vocabulary. For most of my 50-something years I would have said that the word “prodigal” means “wayward” or “lost” or something like that. My only context … Continue reading

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Chris Tomlin’s Come Home Running

We’re going to use Chris Tomlin’s song “Come Home Running” as part of The Prodigal God series. This particular YouTube video has the song as background to a dramatized rendition of the story.

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He Ran

Luke 15: 20 …So the younger brother got up and went to his father. But while he was still a long way off, his father saw him and was filled with compassion for him; he ran to his son, threw … Continue reading

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The Prodigal God

Did you ever find something you loved so much you hoped it would never wear out? Jesus parable of a father and his two sons in Luke 15 is exactly that for me. It is a favorite parable to preach … Continue reading

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