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  • The Sermon That Launched The Church Series

    Contributed by Brian Bill on Oct 12, 2019
     | 212 views

    While there are a number of preaching patterns to follow, I keep coming back to a simple outline I first learned some forty years ago. It goes like this – Hook, Book, Look and Took.

  • Cool! Series

    Contributed by W Pat Cunningham on Aug 18, 2019
     | 236 views

    A priest was once kneeling as a congregant at Mass and noticed a little five-year-old child in the pew behind. . .

    John 6 “Cool” It’s pretty well known among Catholics that Flannery O’Connor, one of the 20th century’s greatest authors, once was invited to dinner when she was young and unknown by a more famous writer at the time, Mary McCarthy. The conversation was a bit stilted due to O’Connor’s fabled ...read more

  • For Better Or Worse

    Contributed by Ed Lu on Aug 10, 2019
     | 465 views

    The Gospel of Jesus Christ is the blueprint of God the Father given to His children as instructions to live purposefully, meaningfully, and productively for His everlasting glory of which we will be part of in His eternal kingdom.

    For Better or Worse? (1 Cor. 11:17-34) Since the beginning of July, we have been following a series called Living in God’s Great Plan. Although aimed at construction of building, teaching was on living faithfully, obediently, and courageously. If we are to live in a great plan, we need to know ...read more

  • The Most Important Meal Of The Week Series

    Contributed by David Owens on Aug 5, 2019
     | 1,241 views

    Many churches and denominations today are observing the Lord's Supper less and less, but this is not God's plan for the church. It appears that the first Christians observed the Lord's Supper weekly on the Lord's Day.

    Introduction: A. Today’s sermon continues our series called “Blueprint: God’s Plan for the Church.” B. I heard about a church that recently began offering “gluten-free” bread for the Lord’s Supper. 1. It has been very well received, but its initial introduction didn’t go so well. 2. The first ...read more

  • A Participant Series

    Contributed by Perry Greene on Jul 31, 2019
     | 332 views

    The Lord's Supper reminds us that we participate with God through Jesus in our Christian walk but also with our fellow Christians.

    1. Justin Martyr (early 2C) recorded the actions of the early community of God when they came together: “On the day called “Sun Day” believers gathered in one place; writings of apostles or prophets are read; then when reader has ceased, the President instructs to imitation of these good things; he ...read more

  • Being Community Series

    Contributed by Allan Quak on Jul 26, 2019
     | 727 views

    In Corinth the Lord’s Supper had become a place where privilege and class diversity was causing division. Through Paul’s rebuke we are called to examine whether our participation in the Lord’s Supper is unworthy.

    You can listen to the full message here:- http://www.nec.org.au/listen-to-a-sermon-series/in-fellowship-together/ Message 1 Corinthians 11:17-34 Being Community The church in Corinth is well known as a church with issues. Let’s turn to 1 Corinthians 11:17-34 and read about an issue they were ...read more

  • The Gospel Explained And Displayed Series

    Contributed by Ken Mckinley on May 28, 2019
     | 780 views

    The 10th in our series on John's Gospel. We also tied communion in with this message.

    The Gospel (Gospel of John Part 10) Text: John 3:14 – 16 (Plus other passages) As you can tell from the table that’s set this morning, we’re going to be doing communion at the end of the service. But at the same time, we’ve been going through the Gospel of John. So what we’re going to do this ...read more

  • The Lord's Supper Series

    Contributed by Philip Harrelson on May 11, 2019
     | 1,344 views

    A third message preparing the church for Easter.

    THE ROAD TO THE RESURRECTION THE LORD’S SUPPER TEXT: 1 Corinthians 11:23-24 1 Corinthians 11:23-34 KJV For I have received of the Lord that which also I delivered unto you, That the Lord Jesus the same night in which he was betrayed took bread: [24] And when he had given thanks, he brake it, ...read more

  • As Often As You Eat This Series

    Contributed by Mary Erickson on Apr 19, 2019
     | 960 views

    Holy Communion is Jesus' meal of divine love

    March 27, 2019 - Maundy Thursday Service Hope Lutheran Church Rev. Mary Erickson 1 Corinthians 11:23-26; John 13:1-17, 31b-35 As Often as You Eat This Friends, may grace and peace be yours in abundance in the knowledge of God and Christ Jesus our Lord. Traditions. Traditions have a comfort all ...read more

  • Exam Time Series

    Contributed by Donald Mcculley on Mar 19, 2019
     | 1,251 views

    In Paul’s day the early church met in homes and had a meal (agape feasts) that was followed by the Lord’s Supper. One of the many problems in the church was the abuse of this event. Paul had a word of rebuke for them.

    EXAM TIME I CORINTHIANS 11: 17-28 INTRODUCTION: Exam time can be pretty intense. As we prepare for that moment we can get pretty anxious. This passage concerns the observance of the Lord’s Supper. A key verse is “v.28”. In Paul’s day the early church met in homes and had a meal (agape ...read more

  • The Savior - Supper - Symbol Series

    Contributed by Donald Mcculley on Mar 19, 2019
     | 940 views

    Before Jesus Ascended He left us with a picture of His atoning work on the cross. We call it the Lord’s Supper. It is a service in which we remember the most important act Jesus did for us. Note the three fundamental truths this event teaches us.

    THE SAVIOUR – SUPPER – SYMBOL I CORINTHIANS 11:23-26 INTRODUCTION: Some people see only the facts but they never see the meaning behind the facts. They only see the literal, never the symbolic. Yet Jesus often times spoke in symbols (door, light, bread). He used many symbols to speak of the ...read more

  • Until He Comes Series

    Contributed by Donald Mcculley on Mar 19, 2019
     | 853 views

    The Christ who died and rose again will come again.

    UNTIL HE COMES I CORINTHIANS 11:23-26 INTRODUCTION: The Christ who died and rose again will come again. John 14:1-3; Acts 1:11; I Thess. 4:13-18. Until He comes there is: I. The Meeting of the Christians We have an obligation. Why do we do this? A. Remember His Death B. Rededicate Our ...read more

  • Corinthians: Church Matters (5)

    Contributed by Scott Bayles on Mar 7, 2019
     | 1,409 views

    We can learn a lot form the Corinthians' mistakes. In chapter 11, Paul explains the Meaning, Memorial, and Manner of Communion!

    Church Matters: Correcting the Corinthians (5) Scott Bayles, pastor Blooming Grove Christian Church: 12/7/2014 A university student was seen with a large "K" printed on his T- shirt. When someone asked him what the "K" stood for, he said, "Confused." "But," ...read more

  • How To Look At The Lord's Supper

    Contributed by Scott Nichols on Jan 18, 2019
     | 2,104 views

    Paul, in I Corinthians 10:23-34, reminds us that if we would eat and drink this Supper to our benefit, we must be looking in four directions. In communion, we must be looking back, looking ahead, looking within and looking around.

    Something special is about to happen this morning. Something miraculous. Paul in chapter 10 of this same letter calls it a "participation in the body and blood of Jesus Christ." We know it as communion. As we take a piece of bread and cup of juice, we will be participating in a mystery. ...read more

  • Sweet Little Jesus Boy

    Contributed by Jeff Strite on Dec 24, 2018
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     | 658 views

    A devotion for our communion time at the Candle light service.

    (This devotion was given in preparation for the communion service at our Candle-light worship. I sat in front of a crude manger holding my guitar and alternately speaking and singing verses from the song). Christmas Eve 1932, Robert McGimsey attended midnight church service in New York City and ...read more