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He did it for the money; we too are vulnerable to greedy love of money
Contributor: Norm Story (4 sermons shared)
While pretending to kiss Jesus, we may be betraying Him without even thinking about it.
Contributor: Chris Talton (179 sermons shared)
Scripture: John 13:18-13:30
Learning how to respond to betrayal by modeling after Jesusí response to Judas and his betrayal.
Contributor: Charles Mallory (159 sermons shared)
Denomination: Free Methodist
Scripture: John 13:21-13:35
Tags: Forgiveness General
Even back in Bible times (where they did a lot of kissing) there were certain kisses you didnít want. And the worst kisses were those of enemies and betrayers. How did God say we should deal with people who attempt to deceive as those would?
Series: The Kiss
Scripture: Proverbs 27:5-27:6
Is Superman really an allegory of Jesus? Is the superhero's battle cry an echo of what Jesus came to do? Find out in the next exciting episode...
Series: The Man Of Steel
Scripture: John 14:1-14:6
Sometimes when we are hurt by fellow christians we wonder is ther really anyone who is pure. This sermon will help with the pain of mistrust.
Contributor: James Bryant (39 sermons shared)
Scripture: 1 Kings 19:13-19:18
Satan has a conspiracy afoot to destroy your soul and steal your inheritance. Be on guard at all times for the enemy of your soul.
Contributor: James May (750 sermons shared)
Scripture: 1 Kings 21:1-21:26
How Jesus reveals different things about himself and us as he reveals who the traitor would be.
Series: A Different Kind of Revelation
Contributor: Joel Pankow (310 sermons shared)
Tags: Easter Maundy Thursday
A look at Peterís betrayal of Jesus and how Jesus brought forgiveness and restoration to Peter.
Contributor: Ken Kersten (21 sermons shared)
Tags: Forgiveness For Others
Can you fall down so far you can't get up? Judas did. Are there people in the church today who are like Judas? Is it possible we could be like him? And if so, how would we avoid becoming like him in our lives?
Series: Hard Questions