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  • The Face Of The Pilot

    Contributed by J Jeffrey Smead on Jun 4, 2018
    based on 230 ratings

    The text relates the Transfiguration, the mountain top experience, to the glory "The Face" of Jesus the Pilot of our lives.

    For Those not familiar with an Anglican Service we have four readings prior to the Sermon. On this day they were: Exodus 34:29-35 ; Psalm 99 ; 2 Corinthians 3:12-4:2 and Luke 9: 28-43 . A ship .....was in a serious storm..... and in grave distress. The passengers were alarmed. One of them more

  • The Last Words Of St. Peter: Transfiguration

    Contributed by Bruce Lee on Feb 11, 2015
    based on 9 ratings

    St. Peters' last words about the Transfiguration before his death. Luke 9:29 reveals that Jesus' appearance was not merely some luminous glow but more deeply means that as he predicted his death he appeared to be more resolved and determined.

    “The Last Words of St. Peter” Transfiguration “They didn’t tell anyone what they had seen until long after this happened.” Luke 9:36 “We have seen his majestic splendor with our own eyes.” 2 Peter 1:16 Intro: When Thomas Edison invented the first more

  • Sunday Before Lent. "Showing God's Glory"

    Contributed by Stuart Mousir-Harrison on Feb 14, 2010
    based on 12 ratings

    10-15 sermon on the Revised Common Lectionary readings for the Sunday Before Lent, Year C.

    OT Reading: Exodus 34: 29-end NT Reading: 2 Cor 3:12- 4:2 Gospel: Luke 9: 28-36 We set tremendous store on first impressions. We can’t really help it, it’s all part of the human condition. That first impression may be based upon something as small as a name, or something about the more

  • Moving Beyond Kodak Moments

    Contributed by Tim Patrick on Oct 26, 2009
    based on 7 ratings

    This sermon helps us move beyond clinging to worldly things and helps us grasp eternal truth.

    There are incidents in our lives that we do not want to move beyond. Your honeymoon is one such incident. The birth of a baby is a similar incident. Special vacations fall into this category. These and other occasions we make into Kodak moments. Judy and I made a trip to Alaska for our twenty-fifth more

  • Our Commander In Chief Series

    Contributed by Jeff Strite on Sep 28, 2009
    based on 73 ratings

    God always makes powerful statements on top of mountains like this, but what was He trying to tell us at the Mount of Transfiguration and what should we do about it?

    ILLUS: A crowded airliner was just about to take off when a five-year-old boy began to throw a temper tantrum. His embarrassed mother does to tried to calm him down, but the boy continued to kick and scream. Suddenly, from the rear of the plane, an Air Force General slowly walked up the aisle. more

  • "Funeral Arrangements For Life"

    Contributed by Ken Harris on Mar 9, 2009
    based on 6 ratings

    The purpose of this sermon is to motivate the hearers to affirm to others that Jesus spoke to Moses and Elijah about His departure and His Funeral Arrangements for Life.

    8 March 2009 Second Sunday in Lent U.S. Army Chaplain (MAJ) Ken Harris Fortress Chapel Contingency Operation Site (C.O.S.) Sykes Tall-afar, Iraq BIG IDEA: The Synopsis Gospels (Matthew, Mark, and Luke) share with us Peter, James, and John’s Mountaintop Experience with Jesus, Moses and more

  • The Walk!

    Contributed by Tony Abram on Oct 3, 2008
    based on 14 ratings

    I believe that God calls all of His people to walk with Him. In this outline we lay out seven kinds of personal walk we have with Christ. If our desire is to be more like Him then we must walk and learn of Him daily. Not just in the Sunday morning service

    The Walk (Luke 9:23 KJV) And he said to them all, If any man will come after me, let him deny himself, and take up his cross daily, and follow me. (Luke 9:62 KJV) And Jesus said unto him, No man, having put his hand to the plow, and looking back, is fit for the kingdom of God. I believe more

  • Tagging Along Or Truly Following Jesus

    Contributed by Greg Nance on Mar 3, 2008
    based on 8 ratings

    Jesus called disciples to follow him. What did he really mean by "follow me"? Luke 9 gives us some insight.

    Martin Luther once said, “A religion that gives nothing, costs nothing and suffers nothing, is worth nothing.” (from Philip Gunther’s intro.) What does Jesus mean when he says, “Follow me”? We need to ask ourselves, am I just tagging along or truly following Jesus? When Jesus says to us, more

  • Revealing A Great God

    Contributed by William Nieporte on Nov 19, 2007
    based on 11 ratings

    Our purpose is not to build a great church, but to reveal a great God.

    His name was Simon, but his friends called him Peter. If we translated his name into our language we would probably call him “Rocky” or “The Rock.” Peter was one of Jesus best students—one of his closest followers. He had heard most of Jesus sermons and parables. He had been present for most of more

  • Is Jesus An Alien From Another Planet? (Luke 9:28-36)

    Contributed by David Smith on Nov 4, 2007
    based on 6 ratings

    Transfiguration: we struggle. We are weary. There is much we do not understand. And yet every now and then we catch a glimpse of the strange and glorious nature of Jesus, an...

    Yes, it’s the story of the transfiguration - my least favourite Gospel story. When I realised the transfiguration was scheduled for this week, I tried to get out of it. I thought about other people I could ask to preach ... but I couldn’t come up with anybody. Then I remembered that the more

  • Transfiguration Revelations: What I Learned On That Sacred Mountain

    Contributed by Daniel Habben on Feb 26, 2007
    based on 10 ratings

    The Apostle Peter shares with us what he learned on the Mt. of Transfiguration.

    It’s that time of year again. Time to leave, or at least dream about leaving the snow behind and heading somewhere warm for a week or two. If you’re fortunate to take the trip down to Texas or Arizona, you’re in for long drive because those states aren’t exactly our next-door neighbors. What will more

  • Jesus Prayed Again Series

    Contributed by Pr. Lynell Aljoe-Thurman on Feb 19, 2007
    based on 4 ratings

    It is mentioned in the Gospels that Jesus prayed around 17 times. He prayed at different times of the day and he prayed in different place with or without his Disciples being around. How ofetn do we pray? Why do we pray? is it for "show and tell" or

    Prayer: God and Gracious Lord, We thank you for giving us the opportunity to worship you today for you alone are worthy to be worshipped and praised. We thank you for also turning us towards lent so that we can begin the journey on roads less often traveled. And we will continue to give you all more

  • From The Mountain To The Mission

    Contributed by John Williams Iii on Feb 15, 2007
    based on 7 ratings

    In God’s kingdom here on earth, we are called to labor in loving service to make a difference.

    FROM THE MOUNTAIN TO THE MISSION Text : Luke 9:28 - 43 Someone (Barbara Klassen) tells the story about her “ ... great-great uncle who lived to the ripe old age of 106. He was healthy and spry and took joy in chauffeuring his less able-bodied senior friends around more

  • "They Saw, He Saw

    Contributed by Tim Zingale on Feb 12, 2007
    based on 15 ratings

    A sermon for the Last Sunday after the Epiphany Transfiguration Sunday

    Last Sunday after the Epiphany Transfiguration Sunday Luke 9:28-36 "They Saw, He Saw" 28 ¶ Now about eight days after these sayings he took with him Peter and John and James, and went up on the mountain to pray. 29 And as he was praying, the appearance of his countenance was more

  • Peak Moments

    Contributed by John Vella on Feb 2, 2007
    based on 10 ratings

    We need to remember graced moments as a source of encouragement.

    Second Sunday of Lent - Year C March 4th, 2007 Readings: * Gen. 15:5-12, 17-18 * Phil. 3:17 - 4:1 * Lk. 9:28 - 36 Peak Moments A Good Day? When we get up each morning, none of us knows what life has in store for us. Perhaps we will win the lottery, or then again, someone may rear more