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  • Life’s Most Important Question

    Contributed by Ian Humphrey on Nov 22, 2015

    What shall I do then with Jesus which is called Christ?

    Matthew 27:1-26 LIFE’S MOST IMPORTANT QUESTION Matthew 27 v. 1 & 2 & v. 11 - 26 v22 " What shall I do then with Jesus which is called Christ?" 1. It’s a Personal Question - i.e. v. 22 "what shall I do" you alone must decide Here Pilate tried to :- (a) Disclaim the issue v. 17 more

  • Back And Forth

    Contributed by Samuel Fulkerson on Oct 28, 2013

    Jesus is the Savior of our past , present and future!

    Quotes: “When boiled down to its essence, unforgiveness is hatred.” - John R. Rice “To err is human, to forgive, divine.” - Alexander Pope, An Essay on Criticism “Forgiveness is not an occasional act, it is a constant attitude.” - Martin Luther King more

  • Judas And Betrayal Series

    Contributed by Tim Smith on May 12, 2013

    So what can we learn from the experience of Judas?

    Judas and Betrayal Matthew 26:14-16, 47-50, 27:1-5 When Jesus finished washing the disciple’s feet, he shared a last meal with them and the Scripture says, “Jesus was troubled in spirit…” Why wouldn’t he be? Within a few hours, he would be hanging on the cross, more

  • Exposed, Excused And Exulted

    Contributed by Bishop Perry Newton Sr on Apr 11, 2012
    based on 1 rating

    A Holy Spirit inspired sermon that shows how man's true character was revealed and then God's plan to excuse man was fulfilled and then exultation of God was demonstrated

    Exposed, Excused and Exulted Today is Resurrection Sunday commonly called Easter Sunday. This is the day when we in the Christian Church commemorate the resurrection of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ more than 2,000 years ago. The resurrection of Christ Jesus is the basis of the Christian more

  • Peter And Judas: What's The Difference?

    Contributed by Jon Mackinney on Aug 29, 2011

    Peter and Judas both failed during the Passion of Christ. But the result was really different. Here's why.

    Passage: Matthew 27:1-10 Intro: There are few more dishonorable people than Judas Iscariot 1. when is the last time you heard of a baby named Judas? 2. he comes and goes in this ongoing drama, and here he finally goes. 3. I find it very interesting that this event is found right after more

  • The Demise Of The Conniver Series

    Contributed by Ric Veal on Jun 13, 2011

    Walking with Jesus in His last days on the earth.

    The Demise Of The Conniver Matthew 27:1-10 I. The Court / Case (27:1-2) Illegal trial; Sanhedrin A. They Decided about Him (27:1) am came & they plotted . Make their decisions appear legal; Mark 15:1 . Trial with death more

  • Destroy And I Will Rebuild

    Contributed by Dr.w.samuel Legon on Apr 22, 2011
    based on 6 ratings

    Watch things come to life now.

    DESTROY AND I WILL REBUILD Matthew 27 1When the morning was come, all the chief priests and elders of the people took counsel against Jesus to put him to death: 2And when they had bound him, they led him away, and delivered him to Pontius Pilate the more

  • Avoiding Spiritual Near-Sightedness That Leads Us To Do Evil In God's Name

    Contributed by Jim Butcher on Mar 5, 2011
    based on 1 rating

    The chief priests were meticulous in making sure the "blood money" didn't go into the treasury while they were actively working on a murder. What are ways we see the small things while missing the big picture?

    Diagnosing Spiritual Near-Sightedness: There is a “spiritual eye condition” that allows people to see small things clearly while being blind to big things. - Matthew 27:6. - References in Matthew to clear “eyes”: Matthew 6:22-23, 7:3-5, 13:15-16. - We are going to more

  • Peter And Judas

    Contributed by Brian La Croix on Dec 16, 2009
    based on 1 rating

    A study in contrasts and comparisons between Peter and Judas, and how they responded to Christ.

    Peter and Judas Matthew 27:1-10 September 27, 2009 NOTE: THE ME/WE/GOD/YOU/WE FORMAT IS FROM ANDY STANLEY’S BOOK, "COMMUNICATING FOR A CHANGE." Me: I hope you don’t mind if the sermon’s a little shorter today. My original intent a couple weeks ago was to combine today’s passage with more

  • Crucifixion

    Contributed by Scott Bradford on Mar 18, 2008
    based on 11 ratings

    A Good Friday sermon as part of the lenten series Words of Lent. (This sermon quotes several historical perspectives and descriptions of crucifixion)

    Four simple words are found in this text: “And they crucified him”. -- "And they crucified him!" Not very descriptive really, considering the severity of the punishment. Obviously, they were words that were meant for an entirely different audience. And audience, who is Jesus’ day, knew exactly what more

  • Do The Right Thing Series

    Contributed by Victor Yap on Dec 19, 2007
    based on 5 ratings

    Apostles, Pt. 20

    DO THE RIGHT THING (MATTHEW 27:1-10) The parents of a teenage girl received a letter from the college freshman: Dear Mom and Dad, I just thought I’d drop you a note to let you know what’s going on with me. I’ve fallen in love with a guy named Blaze. He’s a really neat guy, but he quit high more

  • Bound No More Series

    Contributed by Tony Mccreery on Sep 11, 2007
    based on 1 rating

    The 6th in a series going through all Christ endured leading up to the Cross. The series ends Easter Sunday with the Glorious Resurrection

    Over the last few weeks we have been looking at what Jesus endured. He went through so much just so the lost world could have life. He was arrested, beaten, mocked, and humiliated so that we would not have to. The love of Christ is great. He is willing to go beyond suffering and humiliation so more

  • Repentance

    Contributed by Fran Van Hoven on Jun 28, 2007
    based on 1 rating

    According to the New Testament, there’s a difference between repentance and remorse.Part of the problem may be our mistake in thinking that sorrow and confession are enough to produce change. Another part is the misunderstanding of the process of change-

    Repentance Many changes come naturally as we mature. Sometimes, though, negative habits form deep ruts, and it seems we can’t change, no matter how much we want to. Friends urge us to alter our course and warn us of dangers ahead if we don’t. We read in Scripture about God’s path of more

  • Jesus, The Cure For Suicide

    Contributed by Stephen Funderburk on Mar 19, 2007
    based on 14 ratings

    Judas, don’t go there. Why Jesus is the cure for suicide no matter how bad things are going in your life.

    Intro: in every passion play one of the main characters is Judas. He is a central figure to the Crucifixion story. His betrayal has been the topic of many theologians over the ages. Here are a few facts that some people don’t know about Judas. First he was from Kerioth, so he was an outsider among more

  • The Great Pretender

    Contributed by David Mcgowin on Apr 3, 2006
    based on 8 ratings

    We often pretend to be someone that we’re not, but probably someone we would really like to be.

    The Great Pretender Mt. 27:1-5 03/26/06 You are all familiar with the 1956 song by the Platters ‘The Great Pretender’ with the lyrics, “Oh yes, I’m the great pretender, pretending that I’m doing well; My need is such, I pretend too much; I’m lonely but no one can tell.” I’m sure that this song more