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Post Easter Seeker message..Answers Now What?
Contributor: Ryan Johnson (16 sermons shared)
Scripture: Revelation 1:5-1:7
We can rest in the fact that: 1. Godís strength is disguised as weakness. 2. God has a plan. 3. God is in control.
Contributor: Rodney Buchanan (344 sermons shared)
"Grace and peace to you ..." Eighteen times we hear this exact greeting or a variation in the pages of the New Testament. Why is this the favored greeting of the apostles?
Contributor: J Jeffrey Smead (111 sermons shared)
Christians picture Jesus as artists have portrayed Him when He walked the earth. Here John sees Jesus as we will see Him when we lay eyes on Him for the first time. He is the Resurrected Lord of Glory.
Series: Jesusí Word to His Church
Contributor: Dennis Davidson (524 sermons shared)
Scripture: Revelation 1:9-1:16
Why had God allowed such hardship to come into Johnís life? Sermon explores Johnís experience on Patmos and his revelation of Christ.
Contributor: Richard Tow (180 sermons shared)
Scripture: Revelation 1:1-1:20
Tags: Lordship Of Christ
The KJV tells us in Revelation 1:6 that we are "Kings", but the NIV says weíre only a "kingdom". Why the difference?
Series: Jesus In Narnia
Contributor: Jeff Strite (732 sermons shared)
Scripture: Revelation 1:4-1:7
This series will examine seven areas that we need to give up to Godís control if we are to follow Jesus in holistic community. This sermon begins by focusing on the importance of seven as a symbol of being complete or totally used by God.
Contributor: Mark Eberly (112 sermons shared)
Denomination: Church of God
Scripture: Revelation 1:17-1:20
Had He never stooped to the grave, He would have been unable to help us in the supreme experiences of life!
Contributor: Allan Kircher (161 sermons shared)
Scripture: Revelation 1:18
Four reasons why Christians need not be afraid.
Contributor: Melvin Newland (288 sermons shared)
Introduction into a study of the book of Revelation
Contributor: Tim Byrd (154 sermons shared)