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This sermon decodes the faulty perspective of Mary Magdalene’s role as depicted in the book The Da Vinci Code by Dan Brown
Scripture: Matthew 27:55
Shared: 2/8/2006
John began his resurrection story with a testimony of how he came to personal faith in the Resurrection by considering the evidence found in the open tomb. The empty tomb bore witness to a physical or bodily resurrection of the Lord Jesus Christ.
Series: John
Denomination: Baptist
Scripture: John 20:1-20:10
Shared: 8/2/2010
This message looks at Mary Magdalene’s biggest scene in the Bible - not as Jesus’ wife, but as the first person to meet the risen Savior.
Denomination: Baptist
Scripture: John 20:11-20:18
Shared: 5/5/2006
Death is not the end of the story!
Denomination: Baptist
Scripture: John 20:10-20:18
Shared: 4/21/2009
Four women loved Jesus so much that they were willing to risk their lives to be with Him as He hung there upon the cross. (Powerpoints available - #208)
Scripture: John 19:25-19:27
Shared: 1/3/2001
Investigates some common misconceptions about Mary Magdalene. We can learn how to love Jesus from Mary’s persistence, sincerity, and enthusiasm.
Denomination: Lutheran
Scripture: John 20:1-20:18
Shared: 1/2/2002
How we can learn from Mary Magdalene’s example
Denomination: Episcopal/Anglican
Scripture: John 20:1-20:18
Shared: 11/15/2004
Expository sermon concerning Mary Magdalene’s experience at the tomb: (1)Her DISCOVERY of the empty tomb (2)Her DEVOTION to the crucified Christ (3)Her DELIGHT in the Risen Lord.
Series: Book of John
Denomination: Charismatic
Scripture: John 20:1-20:18
Shared: 9/22/2005
Everything we know about Mary Magdalene is contained in a dozen references to her in the four Gospels. Who was Mary Magdalene?
Denomination: Baptist
Scripture: Luke 8:1-8:3
Tags: Women
Shared: 5/18/2006
Mary Magdalene and Da Vinci Code
Scripture: Luke 8:1-8:3
Shared: 4/25/2006