Contributed on Apr 13, 2009
The 1) COMPASSION 2) TERROR 3) JOY 4) WORSHIP & 5)HOPE of the Resurrection
This week has seen some tremendous devastation. At least 1,500 have been injured and tens of thousands left homeless in Italy’s deadliest quake in nearly 30 years. One official said between 10,000 and 15,000 buildings were damaged by the earthquake. By Friday morning the death toll from the ...read more
Contributed on Apr 19, 2014
1) Why Death was Conquered (Acts 10:34-35), 2) Who Conquered Death (Acts 10:36-38) 3) How Death was Conquered (Acts 10:39-43).
In our lives we tend to follow people of interest. We find particular people fascinating in their struggle over adversity, persistence in the face of opposition, and the accomplishments they achieved along the way. When they die, like many have in recent days, we consider their accomplishments, and ...read more
Contributed on Apr 3, 2010
With the reality of the resurrected Christ; we see: 1) The Reminder, 2) The Responsibility, 3) The Resource 4)The Reason & 5) The Revelation
Today is resurrection Sunday: the day where we celebrate the most important and defining event in history: the resurrection of Christ from the dead. One of the most absurd actions in regards to this event is the common practice these days that you tend to find in the media (read the National Post: ...read more
Contributed on Apr 7, 2012
The Theological and Personal Consequences of No Resurrection from the Dead.
You may be here this morning because of tradition, curiosity or the urging of others. If you are our guest this morning, you may wonder why we do what we do. We are here today not because of tradition, although we do celebrate this date each year. We are here today not because we discuss ...read more
Contributed on Apr 15, 2017
In showing forth the implications of the Resurrection, in John 11:25-27, Jesus explains the 1) Reason (John 11:25) the 2) Reality (John 11:26) calls for a 3) Response (John 11:27) to the fact that He is the Resurrection and the Life.
One of the most unsettling aspects of death is that people have no control over it. As the writer of Ecclesiastes said: Just as “no one has authority to restrain the wind,” so also no one has “authority over the day of death” (Eccl. 8:8). When that day comes people are: “torn from the security of ...read more