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  • Wake Up, Watch & Pray Series

    Contributed by Kevin L. Jones on Mar 10, 2018
    based on 8 ratings

    A sermon examining the importance of vigilance and devotion to Jesus.

    Wake Up, Watch & Pray Mark 14:27-40 Some people are natural early risers. They are up before the sun and ready to start their day. Somehow they do this without the assistance of an alarm clock. Not all of us are so fortunate! During the warmer months I like to get up early and walk 3 to 5 more

  • Gethsemane

    Contributed by Ken Mckinley on Mar 10, 2016
    based on 6 ratings

    In preparing our hearts to celebrate the resurrection of our Lord, this sermon takes us to the Garden of Gethsemane and shows us the anguish of Jesus as He prays to the Father. But in doing that, it also shows us the amazing grace and love of our God

    Gethsemane Text: Mark 14:32 – 42 Alright, let’s open our Bibles up to the Gospel of Mark. This morning we’re looking at one of the most troubling portions (at least to me), of the Passion Week… And the reason I say that, is because this story of Jesus praying in the more

  • Gethsemane: For His Will Only! Series

    Contributed by Jeffery Anselmi on Mar 8, 2013
    based on 4 ratings

    Jesus in the garden reveals some important aspects of God's desire for us!

    INTRODUCTION • SLIDE #1 • We are starting a new series simply called the “Easter Series.” • Nothing catchy, but simply some straightforward issues that Easter should bring to the forefront for all of us. • Today we are going to be in the Garden of Gethsemane more

  • Gethsemane

    Contributed by Randy Croft on Dec 21, 2009
    based on 8 ratings

    Reflections on Gethsemane

    When have you been closest to death? ILLUS: I seem to come close every time I play softball with (name of parishioner)...especially when I’m on Third base and he lines a sharp foul ball...or playing paintball-- I remind everyone that I’m a noncombatant, but that doesn’t work more

  • Peter's Passion Series

    Contributed by Betty Johnson on Mar 29, 2009
    based on 7 ratings

    This sermon attempts to look beyond Peter’s denial to the passion that motivated the failure, and which the Lord was ultimately able to use powerfully.

    Peter’s Passion (Lenten Series) Scripture: Mark 14:27-31; 53-54; 66b-72 Two weeks ago we talked about Lazarus’ Dance, last week we looked at Mary’s Worship. This week we are going to look at the story that most of us refer to as Peter’s Denial. But what I want us to explore and learn more

  • Maundy Thursday Service Of Darkness (The Upper Room)

    Contributed by Spencer Homan on Dec 15, 2008
    based on 10 ratings

    This is a special service of darkness, written to recreate the "upper room" feel.

    MAUNDY THURSDAY The Upper Room Welcome Welcome to the upper room this fateful night… you are gathered at table with the rest of the 12. Jesus is your host… you come to celebrate the Passover meal… a meal which should be a celebration… however the atmosphere around you strange… you know more

  • The Gethsemane Experience.

    Contributed by Olorunnisola Oni on Mar 17, 2008
    based on 14 ratings

    It then reminds us that at one time or the other believers and non belivers alike are going to experience their Gethsemane. It then encourages us to go through it the same way Christ went through it.

    Introduction: Today is the Palm Sunday; the day Jesus rode a colt triumphantly into Jerusalem. It also marks the week of His crucifixion. One of the incidences that happened during this week is his travail or struggle in Gethsemane. This Gethsemane experience like every other events of His more

  • Gethsemane - We Overcome Through Jesus Series

    Contributed by Peter Loughman on Mar 10, 2008
    based on 23 ratings

    The moment I faced my complete lack of control, was the moment where I found total freedom in our Lord Jesus Christ.

    “Awake, O sword, against my shepherd, against the man who is close to me!” declares the LORD Almighty. “Strike the shepherd, and the sheep will be scattered, and I will turn my hand against the little ones.” So Zechariah predicts of Jesus and his disciples in the book of Zechariah 13:7 . more

  • Gethsemane

    Contributed by Matthew Sickling on Mar 10, 2008
    based on 9 ratings

    This message examines why we all need a place like Gethsemane in our lives.

    Text: Mark 14:32-42 Date: 3/9/08 a.m. Location: Sulphur Spring Baptist Church My father’s parents lived in a small farmhouse in a little community in Southern Illinois. One fo the things that I remember about their home, is a painting. It was an artists depiction of Jesus in the Garden more

  • Guarding Time - Using It Wisely

    Contributed by William Akehurst on Feb 24, 2008
    based on 7 ratings

    WHAT DOES GOD WANT US TO DO WITH OUR TIME? If tithing is giving back 10% of our firstfruits to the Lord...With 24 hours in a day, What are you doing 2.4 hours each day? Are you redeeming your time with the LORD?

    2.10.2008 "Watching Time" Being Good Stewards of our Time by William Akehurst, HSWC Key Scriptures: Mark 14:32-38 Deut. 26:2 Ephesians 5:15-17 Colossians 4:5a James 4:14 Romans 13:10-12 Revelations 22:7-10 As a guideline, a tithe is 10% of our treasures, talents and even our time. more

  • Getting Real With God Series

    Contributed by Joseph Smith on Aug 26, 2007
    based on 4 ratings

    We treat God as though He were not present. Jesus shows us how to get real with God by admitting His feelings, by telling what He wanted, and by enlisting His friends in prayer, however inadequate. Montgomery Hills Baptist Church

    We are not going to debate this morning whether there is or is not a God. That’s settled, I would think, in this room. The issue is not whether God is real, but whether we know how to get real with God. Let me play out a little scene with you. Picture a home in which there is a parent and a more

  • Laying Down Our Will

    Contributed by Jeff Budzinski on Jun 29, 2007
    based on 3 ratings

    In order to grow in the things of God and to be used in a powerful way for Jesus, we must lay down our will. In order for God’s life (His will) to be expressed through us, we must lay our life (our will) down. God’s will for our life overrides the plans

    Introduction · In order to grow in the things of God and to be used in a powerful way for Jesus, we must lay down our will. · In order for God’s life (His will) to be expressed through us, we must lay our life (our will) down. · God’s will for our life overrides the plans, purposes and more

  • Gaze Into The Cup

    Contributed by Tom Conant on Apr 11, 2007
    based on 3 ratings

    Exposition of what Jesus found in the cup in Gethsemane.

    (Note: to set up an illustration, I asked everyone in the congregation to write their name on a small slip of paper along with the name of an unsaved person they are praying for. Then I passed a large stemmed cup and had them all place the folded papers in the cup. Through the sermon the cup sat more

  • The Full Court Press Series

    Contributed by Jeff Strite on Apr 2, 2007
    based on 48 ratings

    When Jesus went to the Garden, He didn’t go alone. He took His friends with Him because this was a "full court press" kind of praying that He intended to do.

    (We showed “full court press” schematics on the overhead. We found them at OPEN: Up on the screen you’re going to see a few basketball diagrams. Does anybody know what basketball strategy these diagrams are illustrating? (full court press) According to more

  • In The Garden

    Contributed by Keith Manry on Mar 29, 2007
    based on 1 rating

    This is part II in the series 24. It is a first person narrative from the perspective of Mark. The preaching idea: Prayer isn’t always a garden of serenity; sometimes it’s a wrestling mat.

    In case you weren’t with us last week, we’ve begun a brand new series of sermons entitled 24, based on the last 24 hours of Jesus Christ. What makes this particular series of sermons so unique is that I will be sharing from the perspective of characters present during the events. These story-like more