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Lessons about people in response to the resurrection of Jesus. 1- Some consider Jesus but do not recognize Him 2- Some know scripture but do not believe it
Contributor: Steve Shepherd (712 sermons shared)
This sermon was prepared for World Communion Sunday in 2007. The title reflects the Four Questions asked by the youngest child during a Passover Haggadah.
Contributor: R. David Reynolds (123 sermons shared)
Tags: Lord's Supper
The disciples’ walk to emmaus begins a developing Experience of Christ - Heart-Breaking at his death but when Jesus joins them it becomes Heart-Searching and ends as Heart-Burning Experience.
Contributor: Owen Bourgaize (137 sermons shared)
We don’t have to blow things away if we don’t like them, or seek to escape from the realities of life if we can’t seem to do anything about them. There is a third alternative.
Contributor: Melvin Newland (287 sermons shared)
The Emmaus Road Experience can teach us three things that discouragement and frustration does in our lives.
Series: A Study of the Book of Luke
Contributor: John Hamby (399 sermons shared)
Scripture: Luke 24:13-24:33
Though shattered, Jesus can put us back together again. A message for Easter based on the story of the Emmaus road.
Series: His Name is Jesus
Contributor: Matthew Rogers (75 sermons shared)
Fantastic! Outstanding! Incredible! Thanks to blockbuster movies, thrill rides, and Madison Avenue ad campaigns, we have come to expect that if life isn’t “sensational,” something must be wrong.
Series: Jesus: The Greatest Life of All
Contributor: Charles R. Swindoll (4 sermons shared)
It’s the third day. Jesus is walking beside you. Do you recognize Him as Lord or all--Do you recognize Him at all?
Contributor: Rich Hadley (8 sermons shared)
Communion is a very special time for believers. Jesus doesn’t want us to go away without encountering him at His Table. This message encourages believers to see beyond the elements.
Contributor: George Alves (7 sermons shared)
"They said one to another, did not our hearts burn within us, while he talked with us by the way and while he opened to us the scriptures" (Luke 24:32).
Contributor: Elmer Towns (466 sermons shared)
Scripture: Luke 24:13-24:21