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Renewing our church’s vision for worship, prayer, service, outreach, and nurture.
Shared: 1/7/2002
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Message 1 of 3 in the series "The Heart of Worship". This message explores the question, "Is true worship dependant upon where you are and what you are doing?"
Denomination: Pentecostal
Shared: 4/9/2002
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This is a Palm Sunday sermon about faces in the crowd who saw Jesus.
Scripture: John 12:12-12:19
Shared: 4/7/2006
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When Jesus comes to the Temple he comes to cleanse - he comes to us, the Temple of the Holy Spirit with the same purpose
Series: Palm Sunday
Denomination: Episcopal/Anglican
Scripture: Matthew 21:1-21:17
Shared: 4/3/2006
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The crowds had looked for Jesus to be an earthly King... but when it became obvious He wasn’t going to be that, they turned their backs on Him and crucified Him. Jesus taught that His "Kingdom is not of this world." What can that mean to us?
Scripture: John 12:12-12:21
Shared: 3/11/2007
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The first thing Jesus did after His triumphal entry into Jerusalem was to clean house. He cleanses the Temple of it’s sinfulness. What can this teach us about the need for purity and holiness in our churches and our personal lives?
Shared: 3/18/2007
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A look at the events of Jesus' Triumphal entry into Jerusalem.
Series: Redeemed
Denomination: Baptist
Scripture: Luke 19:35-19:44
Shared: 4/7/2014
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Jesus, the Passover Lamb, heads into Jerusalem, where He initiates a massive public demonstration as He offers Himself to be King of Israel. This event is the inauguration of the Prince of Peace as King of kings.
Series: Easter
Denomination: Baptist
Scripture: Matthew 21:1-21:11
Shared: 4/14/2014
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I wonder, is Jesus still weeping today? When He turns & looks into our lives, I wonder, will He weep once again because of what He sees? (*PowerPoint Available - #105. Also available, a much larger PP file with graphics & in Wide Screen format - #105W.
Shared: 1/31/2001
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When Jesus rode into Jerusalem, He received a hero’s welcome. People everywhere were cheering. But then something happened. The cheering stopped.
Scripture: Luke 19:29-19:44
Shared: 4/26/2003
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