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Jesus comes to us as the "I Am" in the situation we are in. His power is not confined to or limited by circumstances. We are to trust that He always acts on time, in His own way, to accomplish a greater purpose.
Denomination: Independent/Bible
Scripture: John 11:23-11:25
Shared: 5/21/2007
Funeral message that can easily be adapted and used
Shared: 8/1/2002
Jesus said: I am the Resurrection and the Life. What are the consequences?
Series: Ergo Eimi
Denomination: Anglican
Scripture: John 11:25-11:26
Shared: 3/13/2002
In one earth-shattering moment, Jesus conquered the three greatest enemies of mankind: SIN, SATAN and the SECOND DEATH.
Shared: 3/30/2002
Examines the faith of Martha after the death of Lazarus
Denomination: Wesleyan
Shared: 10/23/2000
This funeral sermon is in story form. Funerals always need to point the way to Jesus.
Denomination: *Other
Scripture: John 11:25
Shared: 8/29/2007
If we believe Jesus is the Resurrection and Life, we have hope God can take sidetracked lives, hopeless situations, and lost people and resurrect them and bring new life so we will see the glory of God manifested in our world today. We also have hope tha
Denomination: Methodist
Scripture: John 11:25
Shared: 1/27/2007
This is the final message in the “I AM” series. Jesus has described Himself as the “Bread of Life”, the “Light of the world”, “the Door”, “the Good Shepherd”, “the Way, the Truth and the Life” “The True Vine”, and “the Alpha and Omega”. Here He says, “I a
Series: I AM
Denomination: Baptist
Scripture: John 11:25
Shared: 3/13/2007
We often times interpret God’s silence to mean he is absent, but the truth is that God’s silence is an opportunity for Him to draw us closer and prepare us for an even greater revelation
Denomination: Baptist
Shared: 10/31/2002