Sermon Series
  • 1. Our Excelling Example

    Contributed on Mar 16, 2021
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    We look to Christ as our example, and He teaches us a positive type of humility that says I have ability and blessings which I will use, not for self-glorification, but for the edification of others.

    You cannot imitate what you do not know. Any parrot who learns to swear does not reveal its own character, but rather that of its owner and example. To copy or imitate by definition implies an original to go by. It is the original that determines the nature of the copy. This concept is ...read more

  • 2. His Steadfast Face

    Contributed on Mar 16, 2021
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    The most beautiful face in the universe forever will be the face of Jesus, for this is the face that made it possible for man to return to paradise and to fellowship with God.

    You never know when something embarrassing will happen to you. We are constantly on guard, for we do not like to be humiliated. Mrs. Howard Field was walking to a near by funeral home for the funeral of an old acquaintance when she saw an Easter bonnet that caught her eye. She went in and ...read more

  • 3. The Gentle Encourager

    Contributed on Mar 16, 2021
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    Jesus intended to conquer, but not like any other conqueror who had ever lived. His method was sheer folly to the world and still is today, but Jesus goes on reigning while the mighty mock him and then disappear into the dust of oblivion.

    Harry Reichenback in the book World's Most Spectacular Hoaxes tells of his grand deception in promoting Francis Bushman. Bushman was a small time actor in Chicago, but Reichenback was able to get his salary raised to a commanding figure. He took Bushman to New York and carried 2000 pennies in ...read more

  • 4. The Angry King

    Contributed on Mar 16, 2021
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    The anger of Jesus was the righteous anger of a king who saw a system which deprived His people of their right to worship, and robbed them of what little wealth they possessed.

    Boleslaus II was the king of the Polish Monarchy, but he didn't like the job. One day while hunting he slipped away from his companions and disguised himself as a common laborer in marketplace. He hired the use of his shoulders for carrying burdens for a few pence a day. A search was made, of ...read more

  • 5. The Mask Of The Master

    Contributed on Mar 16, 2021
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    Jesus paid an awful price to wear His mask for us. Are we willing to wear a mask for Him?

    There is an old story called the magic mask. It is about a powerful lord who ruled over a great domain who became so hard and cruel that ugly lines deepened into his face. On a tour of his country one day he saw a surprisingly beautiful girl, and he longed to take her as his wife. But he ...read more

  • 6. The Great Physician

    Contributed on Mar 16, 2021
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    Jesus supports all the medical efforts to heal all diseases, even those that are caused by sin.

    People who survive great dangers and diseases are often creative people who do the unusual. Robert Muller, in his memoirs, Most Of All, They Taught Me Happiness, tells of how creative he became under pressure. In 1943 he was a member of the French Resistance. Using the name of Parizot, he ...read more

  • 7. The Hands Of The Head

    Contributed on Mar 16, 2021
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    These hands that flung the worlds in space, and fashioned nature's beauty in every place, and formed the whole of the human race, also fulfilled the plan of grace.

    Albrecht Durer was the son of a Hungarian goldsmith who wanted to study art. He could not do so, however, because his father had a large family and had the well known problem of too much month left at the end of the money. Finally, however, his father let him go to try and struggle through on ...read more

  • 8. The Mind Of The Master

    Contributed on Mar 16, 2021
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    The mind of Christ has had a great impact on this world, greater than any other mind. His church has done more to influence the intellectual development of mankind than any other institution.

    A teacher began his Sunday School class by starting a discussion. He said he was reading in the Bible about a living dog and a dead lion, and he asked the class which they would rather be? There was a pause, and then Jack spoke up and said, "I'd rather be the living dog. It's better ...read more

  • 9. Focus On Feet

    Contributed on Mar 16, 2021
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    Two of the major commands of Christ were, "Come follow me," and, "Go into all the world." Both of these demand the obedience of the feet.

    Centuries ago the Danes decided to invade Scotland. They very cleverly moved their great army in the night so they could creep up on the Scottish forces and take them by surprise. In order to make this advance as noiseless as possible they came barefooted. As they neared the sleeping Scots, one ...read more

  • 10. Jesus Had A Sense Of Humor

    Contributed on Mar 16, 2021
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    The heavenly Father of Jesus has a great sense of humor and a spirit of joy, and Jesus is the express image of the Father and so we can assume that Jesus had the same joy and gladness of His Father.

    A funny thing happened to Jesus on the way to heaven. He met people, and as we all know, people are funny. Jesus was a real person as well, and he had a great sense of humor. I am so sure of this that I wrote a poem about it. Jesus had a sense of humor, Of this truth there is no doubt. It is ...read more

  • 11. Our Determined Savior

    Contributed on Mar 16, 2021
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    Nothing could stop Jesus from the cross. It was a rough road with pot holes galore, and obstacles everywhere, but He plowed ahead not looking back.

    Robert Fulghum, who became famous for his book All I Really Need To Know I Learned In Kindergarten, has written another funny book titled, It Was On Fire When I Lay Down On It. He has officiated at over 1000 weddings and knows by experience that they are the events that bring out the ding dong in ...read more

  • 12. Our King's Glad Face

    Contributed on Mar 16, 2021
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    Palm Sunday is a day of great paradox, for it was a day of such contrasting emotions. Jesus was such a glad king; such a sad king, and such a mad king.

    The final week of the life of Abraham Lincoln has an amazing parallel to that of the final week of Jesus. From Palm Sunday to Good Friday is only 5 days, yet in that 5 days we go from the scene of the triumphal entry of the King to the scene of the tragic exit of the King on the cross. Listen to ...read more

  • 13. The King In Tears

    Contributed on Mar 16, 2021
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    There is no doubt at all that Palm Sunday was one of the most emotion filled days of history. Jesus wept on other occasions, but his tears here say something different.

    Little Bobbie listened with deep interest to the story of the Prodigal Son right up to the happy ending when the son returned; the fatted calf was killed, and the house was filled with music and dancing. Then he suddenly burst into tears. "Why what is the matter Bobbie?" exclaimed his ...read more

  • 14. His Hidden Face

    Contributed on Mar 16, 2021
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    Jesus had the ability to hide Himself so His identity was not known. Mary Magdalene had the same problem. She was at the tomb of Jesus, and He spoke to her, but she did not know Him, for she thought He was the gardener.

    Paul Harvey in For What Its Worth tells of the young lawyer who was sitting in his office waiting for his first client. When he heard the outer door open he quickly tried to sound very busy. As the man entered his office the young lawyer was on the telephone saying this: "Bill, I'm ...read more

  • 15. The Face Of Christ

    Contributed on Mar 17, 2021
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    To behold the face of Christ, and to reflect the light of His face was the constant goal of the Apostle Paul. He was not a man of a thousand faces, but the man of one face-the face of Christ.

    Dr. Rosenow, a man who devoted his life to medical research, was asked, what led him to this as his life's task, and he told this story. He grew up on an isolated farm in Northern Wisconsin, and as a boy he had an unforgettable experience when his brother became dangerously ill. The nearest ...read more

  • 16. Who In The World Is King?

    Contributed on Mar 17, 2021
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    This truth of the present reign of Christ can transform our motivation and make us optimists no matter how powerful the forces of evil.

    Queen Victoria if England often expressed her wish that Christ would return before she died so that she could cast her crown at His feet. When she did die, her son Edward VII ascended to the throne as king. He had been a rather wild man in his younger years. A man by the name of John Knox McEwen ...read more

  • 17. Worthy Is The Lamb

    Contributed on Mar 17, 2021
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    The basic issue in worship is not, is the choir worthy, is the soloist worthy, is the organist or pianist worthy, is the pastor worthy-the issue is, is Jesus worthy?

    Colonel John Howard was ordered to retreat in the Revolutionary War. But as he did, the British started to charge, and he decided to surprise them. He ordered his men to attack. They did and won a smashing victory for which he received great honor. But General Morgan reminded him, had his plan ...read more