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This is a funneral message for a saved individual with the clear gosple message for those unsaved in the audience.
Contributor: Matt Kyzer (8 sermons shared)
Should you give up something for Lent? A Lenten attitude what Jesus really wants us to give up.
Scripture: Luke 18:9-18:14
Jesus reveals his glory on the mountain, to prepare his disciples, and us for the valley ahead.
Scripture: Mark 9:2-9:9
God will console those who mourn in Zion. There is enough of God to comfort all who mourn around the world. But his word specifically states those in Zion or those in Godís house are going to get Godís attention.
Contributor: Thomas Dibble (41 sermons shared)
Where did Ash Wednesday come from? And what does Lent have to do with me?
Scripture: Isaiah 59:12-59:20
Tags: Divinity Of Christ
Often our lives are cluttered by the residue of past experiences, making it difficult for us to receive the full blessings of God.
Contributor: William Wilmore, Jr. (19 sermons shared)
Scripture: Numbers 4:13
Tags: Sin Separates From God
This is a 2-part sermon for Ash Wednesay based on Joel. This was used in a service with the imposition of ashes, a worship service which stressed repentance. The 2 parts are: The Sinner Repents, The Lord Relents.
Contributor: Peter Schmidt (46 sermons shared)
Tags: Cross Agony
When hopes and dreams turn to ashes of disappointment and heartache, what to do? Davidís experience at Ziklag serves as an inspiration to all who would arise out of seeming defeat.
Contributor: Charles Holt (36 sermons shared)
Denomination: Assembly of God
Scripture: Luke 4:18-4:19
Tags: God In The Hardships
Community Ash Wednesday service with 3 small churches. The comment at begining of Psalm 51 Related to Davidís Sin conected to mark of the Ash.
Contributor: Thomas Bowen (266 sermons shared)
Scripture: Psalms 51:1-51:17
In the Old Testament the Ashes of the Red Heifer was mixed with water and then used as water of purification. What does that have to do with us today?
Contributor: Val Black (16 sermons shared)
Tags: Second Coming