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  • Just Like You And I Series

    Contributed by Rich Dunbar on Feb 8, 2005
    based on 8 ratings

    This sermon is a look at the lives of the original twelve plus Matthias and Paul, and how their lives were radically changed for Christ and the price they paid for discipleship.

    Just like you and I – The twelve, plus two Acts 1:15-26 1. Simon (Peter, Cephas (Aramaic)/ Petros (Greek)) – is always listed first, fisherman, outspoken, leader and was crucified upside down 2. James (son of Zebedee) – fisherman, passionate, first murdered by the sword 3. John (son of more

  • The Price Of Pentecost, Pt. 4 Series

    Contributed by Jerry Shirley on Jun 6, 2004
    based on 24 ratings

    Acts Series: 7th Sermon--"PAYING THE PRICE OF LEADERSHIP"--3 qualities of a Biblical Leader: MUST BE CONVERTED, CONVICTED, COMMITTED

    The Price of Pentecost, pt. 4 Acts 1:15-26 Time magazine medical section: a man went to psychiatrist/complaining of voices in his head/oh boy!/what kind of voices?/sound like radio broadcasts/how about right now?/clearly!/what’s on?/Rudy Valley broadcasting live from Atlantic City/that’s more

  • We Have A Job To Do Series

    Contributed by Greg Nance on Jul 29, 2004
    based on 27 ratings

    Jesus left this world to prepare a place for us. He left us with marching orders that keep us busy till he returns. Luke’s inspired message of Acts reminds us of our task and our strength in Christ.

    Acts 1:1-11 We have a job to do. Scott Bayles, from the Church of Christ at Freeport Illinois said something like this: The average Christian in America has heard over 4000 sermons, sung over 20,000 songs, participated in over 8000 public prayers… and converted zero sinners to Christ. He more

  • All New

    Contributed by Russell Brownworth on Jul 20, 2004
    based on 29 ratings

    Introduction to study of Acts....two realities of building the kingdom of God....The blocks, God’s orders, and the mortar, our simple obedience.

    THE WINDOW Bible Teaching Ministry of CEDAR LODGE BAPTIST CHURCH Thomasville, NC a fellowship of faith, family and friendships July 18, 2004 1The first account I composed, Theophilus, about all that Jesus began to do and teach, 2until the day when He was taken up to heaven, after He had more

  • Walking In The Wonder Of God Series

    Contributed by David Jenkins on Jul 23, 2004
    based on 7 ratings

    Walking in the Wonder of God

    Acts 1:12, “The apostles were at the Mount of Olives when this happened, so they walked the half mile back to Jerusalem.” Here then we turn our attention to an event that is of utmost importance for us in our study of Acts thus far. We have surveyed thus far, the Kingdom of more

  • Your Part In The Story Series

    Contributed by Tom Fuller on Jun 2, 2008
    based on 1 rating

    God begins the write an exciting story after Jesus returns to heaven. He does it not through kings and princes but through ordinary people called to extraordinary things through the power of the Holy Spirit. What’s your part in the story God is writing?

    Every good story contains lots of drama and action. The story we are about to study has it all: ship wrecks, riots, chases, miracles, prison breaks, magic, the supernatural, snakes on a plain, courtroom drama, powerful preaching and debating, strong bonds made and broken, and lives changed. The more

  • Out Of Sight

    Contributed by Joseph Smith on May 4, 2008
    based on 1 rating

    For Ascension Sunday: Whether we work diligently when our supervisor is out of sight is a measure of commitment and character. Compare Matthias, who took a job he did not ask for; and Joseph Justus, who was passed over.

    When you see your supervisor, you work. When you do not see your supervisor, you may work, but your work style is likely to slow down. The difference between those two things is the measure of your character and your commitment. When you see your supervisor, you work diligently. You know that more

  • Replacing Judas Series

    Contributed by Byron Harvey on Nov 23, 2007
    based on 4 ratings

    I preach expository messages, and this is the third in my series on the Book of Acts.

    “Replacing Judas” Acts 1:12-26 5.6.07 Curtis had for me a great remark this week; I had emailed the leaders and asked them for an opinion on today’s passage, and he emailed me back his, and then had something interesting to say about the disciples, something he’d been more

  • Remember Relate And Rejoice (Memorial Day Sermon)

    Contributed by Judith Hand on May 21, 2009
    based on 10 ratings

    On Memorial Day we remember also Christ’s death and sacrifice to set us free and give us eternal life.

    Remember, Relate, and Rejoice Sermon for Memorial Day weekend 2009 Scripture : Acts 1:15-17 21-26 I John 5:9-13 John 17:6-19 As we come together this Memorial Day weekend, I know that many of you have special memories related to someone serving in the more

  • Prepare To Meet Your Maker Series

    Contributed by Jake Kircher on Mar 7, 2006
    based on 4 ratings

    We spend so much time preparing in life for many different things. Sports, getting dressed, going to bed, school, etc. After Jesus ascended to Heaven, the disciples went back to Jerusalem to prepare for the coming of the Spirit. Why don’t we prepare to be

    As we left the disciples last week, they had spent their last moments with Jesus before he ascended to Heaven. As they watched him disappear in a cloud, they stood there and strained to see where Jesus went, trying to figure out exactly what was happening. Suddenly, two angels interrupted their more

  • Were The Offices Of Apostle And Prophet Intended To Be On-Going?

    Contributed by Dr. Craig Nelson on Nov 28, 2017
    based on 6 ratings

    A look at the Kingdom Now / Five-Fold Ministry / Apostolic-Prophetic movement teaching and the Authority and Gifting of Every Born-Again Christian

    Jesus dwells in every Born-Again Christian, and they have complete access to the fullness of God. He is as He has always been, and as He will always be (See Heb 13:8). The supernatural gifts and governmental authority have been given to every Christian to edify and perfect them as needed at any more

  • Disappeared.

    Contributed by Roy Fowler on May 15, 2021

    The original Apostles were picking a replacement for Judas. Was Matthias really God's pick?

    Sermon Title: Disappeared. Scripture Text: Acts 1:15-17; Acts 1:21-26 ILLUSTRATION: There was this church and their Pastor had ran off because of some things in his life. Since it wasn’t a United Methodist Church they formed a Search Committee. During the search they came up with two more

  • Waiting On God Series

    Contributed by Guy Glass on Oct 2, 2011
    based on 4 ratings

    The term, "waiting on God" is one of those terms that we often have difficulty defining. This message looks at what the disciples did while waiting for the gift of the Holy Spirit.

  • Acts Of The Apostles (2 Of 39)

    Contributed by Dr. Odell Belger on Mar 14, 2022

    A young man saw a sign in a restaurant window that read, “Help wanted." He needed a job, so he went inside to apply for the job.

    He needed a job, so he went inside to apply for the job. He asked the owner about the job description, and what it paid. • The man said, "The job pays $25.00 a week plus all meals." • The young man said, "Is the food good here?" • The owner rubbed his big tummy, and said, more

  • Bringing God Into Our Decisions Series

    Contributed by Ed Vasicek on Jul 23, 2008
    based on 3 ratings

    Much of life is out of our hands, but our lives are greatly influenced by the choices we and others make.

    Bringing God Into Our Decisions (Acts 1:15-26) 1. This was a very rough week for many people. 2. The Williams family had a traumatic time. 3. We had 8 surgeries in the church family within a 7 day period, all during one of our two busiest weeks of the year, camp time. 4. I have been more