Sermon Series
  • 1. The Forgiveness That Does Not Stop

    Contributed on Feb 24, 2006
    based on 17 ratings
     | 2,726 views

    This is the first message in a Lenten Series on "The Seven Last Words of Christ." I also have information on appropriate dramas that can be used as an introduction to this and the other six messages in the series.

    CROSS WORD ONE: THE FORGIVENESS THAT DOES NOT STOP --LUKE 23:33-38 On Sunday, February 21, 1988, Jimmy Swaggart, “America’s leading television evangelist,” on national television and before his Baton Rouge congregation of 7,000, tearfully confessed to “moral failure.” A few days later I was ...read more

  • 2. The Power That Doesn't Falter

    Contributed on Mar 4, 2006
    based on 7 ratings
     | 1,258 views

    This is the second message in a Lenten series on "The Seven Last Words of Christ." I also have information on appropriate dramas that can be used as an introduction to this and the other six messages in the series.

    CROSS WORDS: WORD #2—THE POWER THAT DOESN’T FALTER LUKE 23:32-43 ARE YOU ABLE TO REMEMBER, WHEN A THIEF LIFTS UP HIS EYES, THAT HIS PARDONED SOUL IS WORTHY OF A PLACE IN PARADISE? These words, composed in 1926 by the hymnist Earl Marlatt in his hymn “Are You Able,” should pierce our ...read more

  • 3. The Concern That Never Dies

    Contributed on Mar 8, 2006
    based on 22 ratings
     | 1,414 views

    This is the third message in a Lenten series on"The Seven Last Words of Christ." I also have information on appropriate dramas that can be used as an introduction to this and the other six messages in the series.

    The Concern that Never Dies —John 19:16-27 John was the only disciple who stood by Jesus until the very end. I am reminded of Ben E. King’s 1986 hit song “Stand by Me”: When the night has come And the land is dark And the moon is the only light we see No, I won’t be afraid Oh, I ...read more

  • 4. The Question That Never Dies

    Contributed on Mar 14, 2006
    based on 15 ratings
     | 1,671 views

    This is the fourth message in a Lenten series on"The Seven Last Words of Christ." I also have information on appropriate dramas that can be used as an introduction to this and the other six messages in the series.

    THE QUESTION THAT NEVER DIES --Matthew 27:46 (27:45-54) Psalm 27:10 assures us, "Though father and mother forsake me, the Lord will receive me"; but, in all likelihood, everyone of us has experienced times when we have felt as if we have been forsaken by God. This is true for both ...read more

  • 5. The Nature That Doesn't Change

    Contributed on Mar 24, 2006
    based on 15 ratings
     | 1,442 views

    This is the fifth message in a Lenten series on"The Seven Last Words of Christ." I also have information on appropriate dramas that can be used as an introduction to this and the other six messages in the series.

    THE NATURE THAT DOESN’T CHANGE --John 19:28-29 Jesus Christ is fully God and fully human. In His fifth word spoken from the cross we encounter the human nature of our Lord Jesus, God the Son. Other than the fact that He is the only perfect, sinless human being who ever lived, Jesus is in ...read more

  • 6. The Ending That Doesn't End

    Contributed on Mar 28, 2006
    based on 15 ratings
     | 1,608 views

    This is the sixth sermon in a Lenten Series on the Seven Last Words of Christ. I also have information on dramas that may be used as a introduction to this and all the other messages in this series.

    The Ending That Doesn’t End --John 19:25-30 “Spanning the globe to bring you the constant variety of sport! The thrill of victory . . . and the agony of defeat! The human drama of athletic competition! This is ABC’s Wide World of Sports [--http://ask.yahoo.com/20060213.html]!” These are ...read more

  • 7. The Trust That Isn't Misplaced

    Contributed on Mar 30, 2006
    based on 14 ratings
     | 1,193 views

    This is the seventh and final sermon in this Lenten Series on the "Seven Last Words of Christ." I also have information on appropriate dramas that may be used with this sermon and all the others in this series.

    The Trust That Isn’t Misplaced --Luke 23:44-49 “Alfred Krupp, German industrialist in the nineteenth century, is considered the founder of modern warfare, because he developed the cast-steel cannon and sold it worldwide. Before his death in 1909 he had armed 46 nations. Krupp had a dread ...read more