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  • Come And See

    Contributed by Steve Malone on Jul 23, 2003
    based on 65 ratings

    Today as we survey the book of Leviticus we will discover that Leviticus is in deed, a relevant book for Christians even today and that it is a book abounding in great teachings.

    COME AND SEE INTRODUCTION In the first chapter of the Gospel of John we read about when Jesus began to call His first disciples. One of the first was Philip, who like Andrew and Peter was from the town of Bethsaida. Philip went out immediately found Nathanael and told Him about Jesus of more

  • Come And See Series

    Contributed by Derek Melanson on Jan 10, 2006
    based on 88 ratings

    This sermon is about the importance of considering Jesus’ invitation to "come and see" how it is that it is he, the Word made flesh, who reveals and makes known God the Father in heaven.

    “Come and See” John 1: 35 – 51 Introduction Have you ever tried a product or purchased an item because someone has recommended it to you? Have you ever gone to a restaurant recommended by a friend? Have you ever rented a movie because someone else said they thought you’d enjoy it or because more

  • Come And See

    Contributed by Kevin L. Jones on Aug 21, 2013
    based on 23 ratings

    A message addressing the simplicity of salvation as well as evangelism.

    Come And See John 1:37-49 Salvation and evangelism are subjects that we often seem to make more difficult than they really are. In fact they really aren’t difficult at all! Salvation & Evangelism are as simple as the phrases “Follow me” and “Come and more

  • Come And See Series

    Contributed by Mark Neilly on Sep 10, 2001
    based on 45 ratings

    Jesus calls us to "come and see" what he has to offer the world.

    Sermon on John 1:35 - 51 Come and See There is nothing that beats first hand experience. It is harder to believe what someone tells us if we cannot experience it for ourselves. Surely this is the very reason John the Baptist pointed out the "Lamb of God", and why in v39 Jesus says, "Come more

  • Come And See: Principles For Evangelism

    Contributed by Devin Hudson on Jan 22, 2002
    based on 577 ratings

    5th sermon in a John series

    Come and See: Principles for Evangelism John 1.35-51 It is perhaps the Christian’s greatest fear. What is it? personal evangelism, sharing one’s faith with another person. After all, I may not know what to say. They might ask me a question I cannot answer. I might fail. I am not gifted in more

  • Come And See #1: Jesus Is... The Word Series

    Contributed by on Sep 23, 2012
    based on 5 ratings

    In the Gospel of John, we are invited to “come and see” what Jesus is like. John reveals Jesus to us through His seven “I am” claims, seven miracles, and seven sermons.

    COME AND SEE #1: JESUS IS… THE WORD JOKE: A hunter walking through the jungle found a huge dead elephant with a pigmy standing beside it. Amazed, he asked: "Did you kill that?" The pigmy said, "Yes." The hunter asked, "How could a little guy like you kill a huge beast like that?" "I killed more

  • Come And See #2: I’ve Found Jesus Series

    Contributed by on Oct 9, 2012
    based on 8 ratings

    After someone has tasted and seen that the Lord is good, their most natural response is to want to share Jesus with others.

    COME AND SEE #2: I’VE FOUND JESUS REVIEW THE INTRO TO THE GOSPEL OF JOHN: • The Gospel of John is one of four accounts of the life of Jesus in the New Testament. • Purpose: “And truly Jesus did many other signs in the presence of His disciples, which are not written in this book; but these are more

  • Walking The Road Series

    Contributed by Gary Cox on Mar 18, 2005
    based on 29 ratings

    Our invitation to Come and See for ourselves who Jesus is.

    ------------------------------------------------------ The trip to my parents house is just over 1000 miles. Facing that trip—I get in the car with one thing in mind. My goal---is to get from a to be in the least amount of time. With two meal stops, it’s about 18 hours of driving. more

  • Do We Love The Truth...about Ourselves?

    Contributed by James Groce on Sep 11, 2001
    based on 97 ratings

    When it comes to seeing our own faults, most of us have blind spots --

    Introduction ----------------------- Text: 1 Cor. 4:3-5. ----------------------- "Know Thyself" was the inscription on the temple to Apollo at ancient Delphi. Nowhere is accurate knowledge of self more important than in relation to the gospel. The gospel requires repentance -- and more

  • Keeping Your Commitment To Christ Pt.2

    Contributed by Shane Brooks on Apr 9, 2007
    based on 7 ratings

    Four Levels of Commitment 1.Come and see..2.Come and follow...3.Come and surrender 4.Come and multiply

    4 levels of commitment 1. Come and See...John 1:43 The following day Jesus wanted to go to Galilee, and He found Philip and said to him, “Follow Me.” 44 Now Philip was from Bethsaida, the city of Andrew and Peter. 45 Philip found Nathanael and said to him, “We have found Him of whom Moses in the more

  • The Cleansing Of The Temple

    Contributed by Curt Cizek on Mar 15, 2009
    based on 9 ratings

    We’ve come to see Jesus as a touchy, feely love child. In this sermon, He unleashes a fire storm. Will the real Jesus please stand up.

    -Have you ever done the right thing in a sticky situation and it ended up costing you dearly? -Maybe it cost you a friend, a loved one, money, a deal, your pride, your reputation but it cost you something that you would have rather not give up. {PAUSE} -We watched a cool animated movie on Friday more

  • He Is Not Here; He Has Risen!

    Contributed by Timm Meyer on Apr 17, 2009
    based on 5 ratings

    Easter (C) - The Easter tomb of Jesus is empty. We come to see the empty tomb. We leave the empty tomb to live and tell others.

    “HE IS NOT HERE; HE HAS RISEN!” (Outline) April 12, 2009 -- EASTER SUNDAY -- Luke 24:1-11 INTRO: Easter morning. An empty tomb. Fulfillment of Scripture. Every Easter every believer has complete confidence concerning Christ and their Christian faith. Today, actually every day, more

  • How Can The Lord Help You Handle Prolonged Disputes?

    Contributed by Paul Fritz on Dec 26, 2002
    based on 28 ratings

    Keep your attitude, thoughts and lifestyle calm and above reproach. Paul writes, "Whatever happens, conduct yourselves in a manner worthy of the gospel of Christ. Then, whether I come and see you or only hear about you in my absence, I will know that you

    What are some of the Biblical guidelines for handling controversies? 1. Keep your attitude, thoughts and lifestyle calm and above reproach. Paul writes, "Whatever happens, conduct yourselves in a manner worthy of the gospel of Christ. Then, whether I come and see you or only hear about you in my more

  • Unbelief Removed

    Contributed by Aubrey Vaughan on Jun 27, 2007
    based on 28 ratings

    Unbelief removed looks at three steps in which we see unbelief being removed, three steps which we can still see in the world today. Involving 1. come and see, 2. go and tell, and 3. stand in awe.

    Mark 16:9 -20. Unbelief removed. Marks gospel has come to abrupt end - very much in the style of the pen writer Mark to have stopped it as he has done with the fear and bewilderment of the women in awe of the resurrection, leaving us all to make or own decisions. But at the very start He made it more

  • Building Community - Value One Another Series

    Contributed by Alan Perkins on Apr 2, 2001
    based on 104 ratings

    As we gain a right understanding of how much worth and value each person has, as we come to see each other the way God sees us, then we will gain an appreciation for one another that will strengthen love and build community.

    This is the fifth and last message in our series on Building Community. In a society that is becoming increasingly fragmented, in which people seem more and more separated from one another, the church can be a refuge. More than a building, more than a Sunday morning meeting, more than an more