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  • Cleopas

    Contributed by Jason Jones on Apr 25, 2011

    Exposition of Luke 24 regarding Luke going into Israel to prepare a historical account of the life of Jesus

    Someone read Luke 24:13-14 Bits and pieces were adapted from an Easter Sermon by Fred G. Zaspel. Slideshow setting the stage for Luke coming into a house and sitting down with Cleopas: 58 AD, Paul is in jail in Caesarea Maritima awaiting trial by Felix. While there He sends his beloved more

  • Cleopas Has Left The Building

    Contributed by Tim Hbc on Apr 14, 2009
    based on 6 ratings

    Walking away from Jerusalem. The encouraging ministry of Christ to 2 disappointed believers on the first Easter Day. Has something caused you to walk away from God’s best in your life? How would you know if it had? Where is Christ in it all?

    Easter! What a message! Jesus died for our sins and rose again! Because of this we can now have forgiveness, victory and new life. Who needs forgiveness but the guilty? Who needs victory except the defeated? Who needs new life but those with broken lives? This is good news! But does it more

  • Finishing His Work

    Contributed by Steve Wilson on Apr 9, 2012
    based on 1 rating

    This is an Easter monologue describing Cleopas' experience of meeting the Resurrected Lord on the road to Emmaus and having his mind and heart opened to God's plan of salvation.

    FINISHING HIS WORK Luke 24:13-49 Introduction Today is Resurrection Sunday. Have you let the Resurrected Lord change your life? Then Jesus spoke about you on Resurrection Sunday so many years ago when He said to His disciples, ”Because you have seen Me, you believed; blessed are those more

  • Part 3 - Abide With Us Series

    Contributed by Bruce Shields on May 15, 2006
    based on 1 rating

    Part 3 of the 40 Days with the Lord Series. In this sermon we will examine Jesus’ appearing to the 2 disciples on the road to Emmaus.

    40 Days with the Lord Part 3 – Abide with Us Rev. Bruce A. Shields First Baptist Church of Tawas City Michigan WELCOME INTRODUCTION I will catch you up with where we began a couple weeks ago. It is Sunday morning, and the women who came with Jesus from more

  • On The Road To Emmaus

    Contributed by R. David Reynolds on Apr 14, 2006
    based on 19 ratings

    This is an Easter message using the Text from Luke 24 about Jesus’ encounter with the two disciples "On the Road to Emmaus."

    On the Road to Emmaus --Luke 24:13-35 I relate well to the story of “The Walk to Emmaus.” On Saturday, May 9, 1992, I ran the 12 K or 7.46 mile Arts Fest Run from Henderson, Kentucky, to downtown Evansville, Indiana, in a time of 56:56.38. That’s a pace of 7:37.96 per mile and was my more

  • Don't You See?

    Contributed by Clair Sauer on May 4, 2011
    based on 1 rating

    The risen Christ encounters us when we find ourselves downtrodden on the road to Emmaus. And through that encounter we are transformed in such a way that Emmaus becomes the beginning o the journey, not the end.

    How many times in your life have you experienced "the blank stare"? You all know what I'm talking about, right? You're trying to explain something to someone, when their eyes begin to glaze over, and their mouth drops open, and they look at you as if you are speaking a foreign language. And then, more

  • Dinner To Go Series

    Contributed by Marc Bertrand on Nov 5, 2004
    based on 54 ratings

    A Narrative in five movements: Heavy Hearts, Broken Hearts, Passionate Heart, Burning Hearts, Peaceful Hearts

    I. Heavy Heart – The Long Walk Home There’s a grief that can’t be spoken. There are wounds that will not heal. My eyes are blind; my heart, a stone. Somehow the sun has nerve to rise again. Somehow the clouds break to reveal a blue sky. Somehow the birds still sing. Somehow it is still more

  • The Brokenness That Heals

    Contributed by Isaac Butterworth on Apr 4, 2008
    based on 1 rating

    Like the disciples at Emmaus, our hearts burn within us as we experience Jesus’ healing presence.

    THE BROKENNESS THAT HEALS Luke 24:13-35 (NIV) 13 Now that same day two of them were going to a village called Emmaus, about seven miles from Jerusalem. 14 They were talking with each other about everything that had happened. 15 As they talked and discussed these things with each other, Jesus more

  • The Emmaus Road

    Contributed by Revd. Martin Dale on Apr 5, 2008
    based on 4 ratings

    Why did Luke only chose to record two post Resurrection appearances of Jesus - and why was the Emmaus Road experience one of them

    The road to Emmaus Story: The legendary Malcolm Muggeridge was a British journalist, author , satirist and media personality He was also a Marxist before he found Christ. During the Cold War he travelled to Russia to write a story about the Communist party and the decline of religion in more

  • Recognizing Christ In The Word And Sacrament

    Contributed by Michael Pahls on Apr 10, 2001
    based on 58 ratings

    Presents the narrative of the disciples walk to Emmaus as a perpetual template for the experience of the resurrected Christ as his presence is manifested in the proclamation of the Word and in the celebration of the Eucharist.

    RECOGNIZING CHRIST IN THE WORD AND SACRAMENT Luke 24:13-35 INTRO. THE MOVIE IS NEVER AS GOOD AS THE BOOK I would like to begin my remarks this morning by reflecting on a phenomena that is in many ways unique to our modern culture. A couple of years ago a friend suggested to me that I more

  • Easter In Us

    Contributed by Anthony Seel on Apr 14, 2005
    based on 9 ratings

    About the power of the resurrection in Christian believers through the Holy Spirit.

    THE THIRD SUNDAY OF EASTER April 10, 2005 St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church The Very Rev. M. Anthony Seel, Jr. Luke 24:13-35 "Easter in Us" The poet Gerard Manley Hopkins wrote a poem in memory of five Franciscan sisters who drowned when a ship named the Deutschland went down. In the 35th more

  • What Now Series

    Contributed by Alan Mccann on Jun 28, 2004
    based on 9 ratings

    What now after the resurrection.

    WHAT NOW? LUKE 24.13-35 ‘It ain’t over till its over.’ That was one saying of a baseball player called Yogi Berra. He was famous for other statements on air. ‘Baseball is 90% mental and the other half is physical.’ ‘This is like déjà vu all over again.’ ‘You can observe a lot by watching.’ ‘I more

  • Then Their Eyes Were Opened

    Contributed by Roger Campbell on May 25, 2005
    based on 10 ratings

    And what happened at that table of grace? Their eyes were opened and they recognized Him. Wow! Now that is Holy Communion

    Then Their Eyes Were Opened 5-15-05 Luke 24:13-32 Spring has finally come! Newness of life is all around. Flowers are beginning to bloom and soon there will be leaves on the trees. Spring brings with it an end to cabin fever and boy I am ready to enjoy being able to get out and do things. How more

  • Jesus Is That You?

    Contributed by Ronnie Miller on Nov 3, 2011

    There are 3D's of Christianity: Discouragement, Doubts and Disbelief. When all or any of the 3D's of Christianity happen, Christ begins to fade into the background of our life and that's a place where many are today.

    Jesus is that you? Brenda and I have been looking at new TV's because our LCD flat screen was hit by a sponge ball by me or one of my grandsons while we were playing. There is a spot on the right side of the screen that looks like Alfred Hitchcock's profile. There are many TV's to choose from now more

  • Dare To Journey Again Series

    Contributed by Steven Simala Grant on Apr 4, 2003
    based on 80 ratings

    Inviting people to take the next step in their spiritual journey, culminating in encountering the Risen Lord

    Dare To Journey Again – “Up From the Grave” Lent 2003 Luke 24:13-35 March 29/30, 2003 Intro: The journey of life sometimes catches us by surprise. Many of you were likely surprised by Niels’ announcement of his resignation as our Minister of Music this morning. I know he and Ingrid are more