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Jesus is on the way to a funeral. And He is late. At least in the minds of the mourners he is late. But His plan is always the best...
Contributor: Ovidiu Radulescu (35 sermons shared)
Denomination: Seventh-day Adventist
Scripture: John 11:17-11:44
A Funeral Message (Short Homily)
Contributor: J Jeffrey Smead (80 sermons shared)
5th Sunday in Lent Sermon The raising of Lazarus
Contributor: Tim Zingale (330 sermons shared)
Scripture: John 11:1-11:45
Tags: Miracles Of Jesus
God would have us learn a lesson, which reaches far beyond the instance at hand, & casts light on many dark places. God’s delays are delays of love.
Contributor: Dennis Davidson (445 sermons shared)
Scripture: John 11:1-11:10
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.
Contributor: Christian Cheong (437 sermons shared)
Scripture: John 11:23-11:25
Tags: Forgiveness In Jesus
Today, we want to take a look at the PRICE THAT WAS PAID FOR THAT PRIVILEGE OF PRAYER.
Contributor: Jonathan Falwell (70 sermons shared)
Scripture: John 11:47-11:50
Tags: Prayer Adoration
Losses and grief are inevitable parts of our lives in a world that has been corrupted by sin. The real struggle is not in avoiding these times but in learning how to understand and deal with them when they do come.
Contributor: Todd Leupold (132 sermons shared)
Scripture: John 11:1-11:46
Funeral message that focuses on the hope of John 11.
Contributor: Brian Bill (489 sermons shared)
Scripture: John 11:1-11:31
Funeral message that can easily be adapted and used
Series: Funeral Messages
Contributor: Steve Mason (4 sermons shared)
Tags: Funerals Christian
This is a funeral service I have used several times, most recently in the situation where I doubted the salvation of the individual, and the family was mixed with believers and unbelivers. It is a way to honor the individual, but still present the gospel
Contributor: David Gant (9 sermons shared)
Scripture: John 11:21-11:44