Sermon Series
  • 1. What Are Miracles For?

    Contributed on Nov 10, 2004
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    1st in series "Miracles in Matthew. Looks at the purpose of miracles in Jesus ministry and today.

    Throughout the Gospels we see Jesus using a ministry of Miracles as advertisement for the message of salvation. The Apostle Paul wrote to the believers in Corinth that he had come to them with a "demonstration of the Spirit’s power (1 Cor. 2:4)." Miracles are a wonderful thing but Miracles are ...read more

  • 2. The Healer

    Contributed on Nov 10, 2004
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    2d in series "Miracles in Matthew." Looks at Jesus identity as the Healer.

    In the morning of November 30th 2001, Daniel Ekechukwu, the pastor of the Power Chapel Evangelical Church in Onitsha, with his friend Kingsley took a Christmas present of a goat to his father in a village near the town of Owerri. Daniel drove his 20-year-old Mercedes. On the way back home, ...read more

  • 3. Master Of Everything

    Contributed on Nov 10, 2004
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    3rd in series "Miracles in Matthew." Looks at whay we doubt the Lord in crises and why we don’t need to doubt.

    Introduction: 1. A storm at sea. There is nothing else that so vividly potrays a picture of helplessness. A tiny boat on the open water tossed by the waves, defenseless. 2. It makes a perfect metaphor for the difficulties that we all face in life--situations beyond our control, unpredictable, ...read more

  • 4. Reversing The Curse

    Contributed on Nov 10, 2004
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    4th in the series "Miracles in Matthew." Jesus heals our whole self--heart, mind, body--to reverse the effects of sin’s curse. Concludes with communion meditation.

    Introduction: In 1990 a 32 year old psychiatric patient rushed through the Rijks Museum in Amsterdam until he reached Rembrandt’s famous painting "Nightwatch." Then he took out a Squirt Gun filled with acid and sprayed it all over the masterpiece before he could be stopped. But what did ...read more

  • 5. Reaching For A Miracle

    Contributed on Nov 10, 2004
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    5th in series "Miracles in Matthew." Jairus Daughter and the Woman with a blood disorder illustrate how we must reach out in faith for a miracle.

    A man fell off a cliff, but managed to grab a tree limb on the way down. The following conversation ensued: "Is anyone up there?" "I am here. I am the Lord. Do you believe me?" "Yes, Lord, I believe. I really believe, but I can’t hang on much longer." "That’s all right, if you really ...read more

  • 6. Do You Believe?

    Contributed on Nov 10, 2004
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    6th in series "Miracles in Matthew." The healing of the two blind men serves as an example of how to bring our needs to the Lord.

    This miracle story is about as straightforward as it gets, so I’d like to use it as a guide for us this morning as we think about how to bring our requests before the Lord. We begin with… The Request itself 27As Jesus went on from there, two blind men followed him, calling out, "Have mercy ...read more

  • 7. The Makings Of A Miracle

    Contributed on Nov 10, 2004
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    7th in the series "Miracles in Matthew." The feeding of the multitude teaches us how we can be a part of God’s miraculous work.

    Intro Hattie May Wiatt lived near a church where the Sunday School was very crowded, one day the pastor, Russel Conwell found her crying outside the building because there was no room inside and he told her that one day when they had raised enough money they would have buildings big enough to ...read more

  • 8. A Vision Of Jesus

    Contributed on Nov 10, 2004
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    8th in the series "Miracles in Matthew." The transfiguration teaches us what it’s like to have an encounter with Jesus. Concludes with a communion meditation.

    In the book and movie “To Kill a Mockingbird” Scout made the following observation about her Father: "There just didn’t seem to be anyone or anything Atticus couldn’t explain. Though it wasn’t a talent that would arouse the admiration of any of our friends, Jem and I had to admit he was very ...read more

  • 9. Why Couldn't We?

    Contributed on Sep 27, 2005
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    Part of series "Miracles in Matthew." Answers the the question, "why don’t we see miracles today?"

    Every preacher has heard many varieties of this same question: “Why don’t we see miracles today like they saw in the Bible?” It’s a good question, especially since Jesus promised in John 14:12 that we could do greater things than those which He had done. Well, low and behold, the ...read more

  • 10. A Woman Of Faith

    Contributed on Sep 27, 2005
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    Part of the series "Miracles in Matthew" Jesus teaches two lessons at once, one about faith and one about loving others

    A Woman of Faith Mt. Prospect High School music and band teacher David Morrison was named Saturday night to be the 2003 Illinois Teacher of the Year. In announcing Morrison’s selection, State Superintendent of Education Robert E. Schiller said, “Teachers with David’s strengths and dedication are ...read more

  • 11. Just What I Need

    Contributed on Sep 27, 2005
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    Part of the series "Miracles in Matthew." Jesus can meet whatever need you may have, and will teach you something along the way.

    Matthew 17:24-27 How many have heard of Maslow’s hierarchy of needs? This is the ordering of all the things we need to make life happy. They go from Physical Needs, to emotional needs and spiritual needs. How many have some of those same needs? Today we look at an interesting miracle ...read more

  • 12. The Greatest Miracle

    Contributed on Sep 27, 2005
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    Easter Sermon in the "Miracles in Matthew" series. How do we react to the news of the resurection?

    The Greatest Miracle Matthew 28 I don’t normally begin with sad news, but I think sometimes it’s good for us to pause and remember how precious life is. Larry LaPrise, died recently at age 83 in Boise, Idaho, after a career that brought him no fame, modest fortune, and a job with the ...read more