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Fear, forgiveness and faith AFTER the crucifixion of Christ.
Denomination: Independent/Bible
Scripture: John 20:19-20:31
Shared: 11/2/2006
When the Risen Jesus told Mary Magdalene not to cling to Him, it was because Jesus wanted Mary to have a faith that went beyond the 5 senses. Jesus asks us to walk by faith, not by sight.
Denomination: Baptist
Shared: 5/30/2006
If I had been Jesus, I would have shown the men on the road to Emmaus my scars and proved I had risen from the dead... but Jesus didn’t do that. Why?
Scripture: Luke 24:1-24:35
Shared: 5/1/2006
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.
Denomination: Baptist
Scripture: Luke 24:13-24:35
Shared: 10/18/2000
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.
Scripture: Luke 24:13-24:35
Shared: 2/22/2008
Peter is given as an example of one of the first preachers who wanted to quit, from this text we can glean three questions that can cause us to desire to quit.
Denomination: Baptist
Scripture: John 21:1-21:22
Shared: 6/25/2002
Expository sermon concerning messages Jesus spoke to His disciples: (1)Peace be with you (2)I am sending you (3)Stop doubting and believe. Used video clip from "The Inn of Sixth Happiness" to illustrate being sent.
Series: Book of John
Denomination: Charismatic
Shared: 9/22/2005
It’s the third day. Jesus is walking beside you. Do you recognize Him as Lord or all--Do you recognize Him at all?
Denomination: Holiness
Scripture: Luke 24:13-24:35
Shared: 12/13/2001
From Jerusalem to Emmaus. From Promise to Despair.Why does it happen and how do you turnaround.Truths from Luke 24.
Scripture: Luke 24:13-24:35
Shared: 8/20/2003
Sometimes God is at work and we don’t even recognise that He is at the time. Let it be our prayer this morning that the Lord will reveal Jesus to us, so we can put our hands into the hand of God.
Denomination: Anglican
Scripture: Luke 24:13-24:35
Tags: Endurance
Shared: 4/11/2002