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  • Break Me O God Series

    Contributed by Derek Geldart on Apr 17, 2021
    based on 1 rating
     | 179 views

    In the following sermon we are going to look at the second of Groeschel’s dangerous prayers, “Break Me” that is based on Jesus’ breaking of the bread in 1 Corinthians 11:24.

    Dangerous Prayers – Break me O Lord! 1 Corinthians 11:24 Online Sermon: http://www.mckeesfamily.com/?page_id=3567 Last sermon we focused on the first of three dangerous prayers taken from Psalms 139 entitled “Search Me.” From this prayer we learned that the cure for safe, lukewarm prayers ...read more

  • Outline For "But Let A Man Examine Himself . . ." Series

    Contributed by Jonathan Spurlock on Apr 11, 2021
     | 91 views

    Communion, also called "the Lord's Supper", is one of the most important things believers observe. This outline gives a few points for every believer to consider whenever we observe this ordinance.

  • The Blood Of The Lamb

    Contributed by Rick Boyne on Apr 7, 2021
     | 112 views

    Jesus covers, protects, and saves us with His blood.

  • Faith And Service Through Our Understanding Of Maundy Thursday

    Contributed by Ian Bullock on Mar 31, 2021
     | 286 views

    An opportunity to reflect on some of the key themes of Maundy Thursday, as we begin to prepare for Good Friday

    In the name of the Father, Son and Holy Spirit. Amen, Today we enter the Holy Triduum, the three days which changed everything. Maundy Thursday is replete with signs and symbols, so much for us to think about, and to celebrate before we sit vigil in the garden of gethsemane with Christ later ...read more

  • A Moving Experience Series

    Contributed by Glenn Pease on Mar 29, 2021
     | 133 views

    It is the Lord's Supper, and no king, dignitary, or millionaire has ever had a supper so vast. This very night millions will meet at His table in remembrance of Him. It is the longest table on earth, for it goes around the world. There is nothing like it in all the world.

    A beautiful temple was erected in ancient Greece. It was a masterpiece of architecture. When it was completed there was a vacant niche high up on the front for a sculptured work of art. The statue was to be selected by competition. On the appointed day there were two competitors for the place of ...read more

  • The Conception Of Communion Clarified Series

    Contributed by Glenn Pease on Mar 29, 2021
     | 126 views

    The Lord's Supper signifies the greatest fact in a person's life. It is a symbol of his death that men might live forever. The purpose of this memorial is that you might never forget that this is life's greatest fact.

    The pyramids of Egypt are symbols of man's desire to be remembered. Man alone among all creatures builds a tomb to perpetuate his name. He builds houses, but so do muskrats and birds. He organizes into cooperative society, but so do bees. He forms armies with captains and generals, but so do ...read more

  • The Meaning Of The Lord's Supper

    Contributed by Grant Adams on Mar 21, 2021
     | 180 views

    They that worship God must worship in spirit and in truth. Not by rituals or ceremonies or traditions. Today we are going to see that the true meaning of the supper is not about ceremony or tradition, but all about are Savior.

    Jesus was a man who cut across the grain of His day. He had little or no use for rituals and traditions, that has little or no meaning. They that worship God must worship in spirit and in truth. Not by rituals or ceremonies or traditions. These are just outward signs. Worship is a personal, ...read more

  • Remember The Cross

    Contributed by Glenn Pease on Mar 8, 2021
     | 352 views

    The battle cries of our national history have been, “Remember the Alamo,” and “Remember Pearl Harbor.” Why in the world should we remember great defeats? It is because, like the cross, they become great defeats out of which came greater victories.

    A couple of bank robbers hit a small country bank one lazy afternoon when the staff was small. They herded everyone into the vault at gunpoint. Then they gagged the teller and bound him hand and foot. They began to stuff the money into bags when they noticed the teller squirming and trying to talk ...read more

  • In Remembrance (April 17, 2014)

    Contributed by John Williams Iii on Mar 3, 2021
     | 320 views

    All of us realize that we are not perfect and that there is humanly no way possible for us to live as if we are. But, it is perfection that we are striving for as we strive to live out all that Jesus taught us about being His disciples.

    IN REMEMBRANCE (A Maundy Thursday sermon) Text: I Corinthians 11:23-26 1 Corinthians 11:23-26  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 ...read more

  • Vaccination Application 2.0 Series

    Contributed by Robert Butler on Feb 25, 2021
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     | 550 views

    The social impact of gathering to eat together increases the trust between people and our effectiveness as heralds of the good news AND ACTS AS A BOOSTER TO PROTECT AGAINST SIN.

  • The Communion Connection

    Contributed by Dennis Lee on Feb 8, 2021
    based on 1 rating
     | 924 views

    This Sunday’s message we’ll be looking at the sacrament of communion and what Jesus meant by giving it to the church, and how Passover plays a huge part in understanding it.

    Sermon: The Communion Connection 1 Corinthians 11:23-34 ** Watch: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=njP0Xn-5quw We started this New Year off by looking at what the remnant church would look like, and one of the defining characteristics throughout history of God’s remnant is that they always went ...read more

  • "examine Yourself Before You Take The Lord's Supper"

    Contributed by Barnabas Park on Jan 18, 2021
     | 763 views

    As we take the Lord's supper we are called to examine ourselves, not others. We also need not only examine our sins but also repent from sins and forgive others as we remember His grace that forgives us our sins.

    "Examine Yourself before You Take the Lord's Supper" 1 Corinthians 11:23-29 "For I received from the Lord what I also passed on to you: The Lord Jesus, on the night he was betrayed, took bread, 24 and when he had given thanks, he broke it and said, "This is my body, which ...read more

  • Be Ye Angry And Sin Not

    Contributed by Stephen Belokur on Jan 2, 2021
     | 621 views

    What does this mean? Are supposed to be angry? Of course the phrasing is in Old English from the 1600's and newer translations put it this way, "In your anger do not sin." Is such a feat even possible? What does God's Holy Word say?

  • Why We Share Communion

    Contributed by Rev. Timothy Porter on Dec 23, 2020
     | 574 views

    COMMUNION TOGETHER

    Why We Share Communion With Pastor Timothy G. Porter Scripture Reading: Introduction: A little girl asked her mother, “Mommy, why do you cut the ends off the meat before you cook it?” The girl’s mother told her that she thought it added to the flavor by allowing the meat to better ...read more

  • Communion - Open, Closed, Or Cracked? Series

    Contributed by Michael Stark on Nov 7, 2020
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     | 1,013 views

    Is the Communion Meal Open to all who profess Christ? Or is it overseen by the congregation hosting the meal and thus restricted to those who are in open fellowship with the assembly? The message is a study of this controversial question.

    “In the following instructions I do not commend you, because when you come together it is not for the better but for the worse. For, in the first place, when you come together as a church, I hear that there are divisions among you. And I believe it in part, for there must be factions among you in ...read more