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The third in a series on the seven sayings of Christ on the cross.
Contributor: Brian Black (11 sermons shared)
Love her verbally, physically, patiently, attentively, gratefully, generously, honorably. Link to Formatted Text and Powerpoint Presentation included.
Contributor: Jerry Shirley (657 sermons shared)
Four women loved Jesus so much that they were willing to risk their lives to be with Him as He hung there upon the cross. (Powerpoints available - #208)
Contributor: Melvin Newland (288 sermons shared)
Denomination: Christian/Church of Christ
Contributor: John Kapteyn (218 sermons shared)
Scripture: John 19:17-19:27
The cross broadens the concept of family - the family of God.
Series: Easter Series
Contributor: Norm Beckett (25 sermons shared)
Scripture: John 19:26-19:27
Tags: Easter Resurrection
Each member of the body of Christ is called to be FAMILY!
Series: 7 Last Words of Jesus
Contributor: Michael Deutsch (279 sermons shared)
“When Jesus saw his mother there, and the disciple whom He loved standing nearby, he said to his mother, ‘Dear woman, here is your son,’ and to the disciple, ‘Here is your mother.’” In the midst of His pain and recognizing that He is about to die for the
Series: Seven Shouts from the Savior
Contributor: Brian Bill (496 sermons shared)
Examination of the events of Mary at her son’s execution.
Series: Unsolved Mysteries
Contributor: Robert Houston, Sr. (11 sermons shared)
Tags: Church Body Of Christ
Many people were there at the foot of the cross, but they did not look at it in the same way. We’re going to see through the eyes of Mary Magdalene, Mary the mother of Jesus and John the beloved disciple.
Contributor: Christian Cheong (467 sermons shared)
Tags: Cross Agony
A sermon on the third of our Savior’s sayings from the cross.
Series: Famous Last Words
Contributor: Dave Mcfadden (355 sermons shared)