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  • “commemorate My Saving Acts!”

    Contributed by Daniel Habben on Sep 18, 2011
     | 1,212 views

    “Commemorate My Saving Acts!” 1) God's charge to Joshua 2) God's charge to us

    The plot of land that for a decade has been known as “the pile,” “the pit,” and “Ground Zero” opened to the public last Sunday for the first time since that terrible morning on September 11th, 2001. Where the Twin Towers once stood is now a memorial consisting of ...read more

  • The Passover

    Contributed by Rick Boyne on Nov 26, 2017
     | 2,333 views

    A sermon before the Lord's Supper: We commemorate the death, burial, and resurrection of Jesus with the Lord’s supper which is a commemoration of the Passover.

    The Passover November 26, 2017 Morning Service Immanuel Baptist Church, Wagoner, OK Rick Boyne Message Point: We commemorate the death, burial, and resurrection of Jesus with the Lord’s supper which is a commemoration of the Passover. Focus Passage: Exodus 12:1-13, 23-33 Introduction: ...read more

  • Foremost

    Contributed by Preacher Fo Real on Jul 16, 2009
    based on 2 ratings
     | 1,027 views

    This is a sermon commemorating the years of gospel service of the patriarchs of the Walker Family.

    Foremost, I want to give the honor that is due to patriarchs of the Walker family that labors and toils in the thankless and often overworked profession of the gospel ministry. My late father, Rev. Roosevelt Leon Walker, Jr. preached for over 50 years before his death. My uncles, Bishop George ...read more

  • What Do These Stones Mean? Series

    Contributed by Doug Warren on Jan 16, 2001
    based on 209 ratings
     | 4,821 views

    The commemoration of the crossing of the Jordan offers us insights into the symbolism of the bricks and mortar in our new worship center.

    Intro:When the waters of the Jordan rolled back allowing the Priests to cross on dry land as they carried the Ark of the Covenant, they were instructed to gather stones as a commemoration of the event. In explaining this, Joshua said "your children will come in the future and ask ’WHAT DO ...read more

  • In God We Hope And Trust

    Contributed by David Owens on Sep 12, 2011
     | 1,524 views

    This sermon is about how to commemorate the 10th anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks.

    A. Today is a very important day in the history of our country, for as you well know, today is the 10th anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks. 1. All week I struggled with the question: what should be said from the pulpit on a day like today? 2. I looked back in my notes to see what we did ...read more

  • Remember Me

    Contributed by Derrick Tuper on May 21, 2012
    based on 5 ratings
     | 5,179 views

    Webster's defines "memorial" as, "something designed to keep remembrance alive". Memorial Day commemorates those who gave their lives in serving their country. Memorial Day can also be a day to commemorate the one who gave His life in serving mankind. Wha

    REMEMBER ME (MEMORIAL DAY) INTRODUCTION: Webster's defines memorial as, "something designed to keep remembrance alive". Memorial Day commemorates those who gave their lives in serving their country. Memorial Day can also be a day to commemorate the one who gave His life in serving ...read more

  • The Lord's Supper Series

    Contributed by D Marion Clark on Dec 23, 2012
     | 2,521 views

    We see how Jesus transformed a ritual, meant to commemorate the greatest deliverance of God’s people, into a new ritual to commemorate and give assurance that the sacrifice he was about to make would bring about a far greater deliverance.

    Introduction Last week we studied the “last supper” that Jesus had with his disciples. We noted how Jesus was in control of the events that were leading to his sacrifice as the Passover Lamb. This morning we will see how he transformed a ritual, meant to commemorate the greatest ...read more

  • Leaving Egypt Behind

    Contributed by Tammy Garrison on Sep 10, 2001
    based on 66 ratings
     | 12,275 views

    Prepare, Don’t Wait, Keep Watch. These three elements of the Passover are commemorated in each of us as we continue to leave Egypt behind.

    Paul Harvey tells the story of an old man and the gulls: “It is gratitude that prompted an old man to visit an old broken pier on the eastern seacoast of Florida. Every Friday night, until his death in 1973, he would return, walking slowly and slightly stooped with a large bucket of shrimp. The ...read more

  • God's Wonderful Flower Of Remembrance

    Contributed by Terry Laughlin on May 15, 2017
    based on 1 rating
     | 1,423 views

    We serve a God who is Sovereign and has in these modern times gave us flowers to commemorate the death of loved ones who have passed away.

    God's Wonderful Flower of Remembrance Most people associate Memorial Day with firing up the barbeque, opening the beach house and other rituals of the summer season. Years ago back Memorial Day was a more somber observance of the departed, especially those of service men and women lost in ...read more

  • What Is Good About Friday? An Easter Message Series

    Contributed by Dean Courtier on Jul 9, 2018
    based on 4 ratings
     | 7,036 views

    Have you ever wondered what is good about Good Friday? What is good about a day that exists to commemorate the torture and execution of Jesus on a cross?

    The question to begin: Have you ever wondered what is good about Good Friday? What is good about a day that commemorates the torture and execution of Jesus on a cross? It’s easy to think of Good Friday as a dark day, it was the day Jesus died on the cross for our sins, but it is also a day of ...read more

  • Eusebius Versus Arius: A Critical Defense Of The Faith

    Contributed by W Pat Cunningham on Jul 27, 2018
     | 367 views

    The word "consubstantial" is so important that we either bow or kneel when we commemorate the conception of Jesus in Mary’s womb during that prayer.

    Thursday of 17th Week in Course St. Eusebius of Vercelli Today’s Scripture gives us two parables, one from Jeremiah and the second from Jesus Himself. Jeremiah visited a potter, probably a novice potter, because what he threw on the wheel turned out badly. But one thing every potter learns is ...read more

  • "Freedom Isn’t Free"

    Contributed by Ken Harris on May 30, 2010
    based on 8 ratings
     | 8,172 views

    The purpose of this sermon is to motivate the hearers to affirm to others - while tears, pain, and death still exist – to set aside time to commemorate those that have made the ultimate sacrifice for the freedom in which all Americans enjoys.

    U.S. Army Chaplain (MAJ) Ken Harris, Jr. West Fort Hood Chapel Memorial Day Worship Service Killeen, TX 30 May 2010 Big Idea: Soldiers (and family members of military members) should set aside time to commemorate those that have made the ultimate sacrifice for the freedom in which all ...read more

  • Things The Devil Does Not Want You To Know Series

    Contributed by Aaron Gehlken on Jun 25, 2011
    based on 11 ratings
     | 9,530 views

    Launch our 2011 Annual Theme of "Holding Forth the Word." Commemorating the 400th Anniversary of the King James Bible, which we hold to be God's perfect word in the English language.

    “Exciting to be part of the ground floor of what God is doing” - God called my family here 1.5 years ago - Not to be "just another church" o Christ centered in a day of man centered o God honoring worship in a day of religious entertainment o Bible teaching and preaching in a day ...read more

  • After The Cicadas

    Contributed by Joseph Smith on May 17, 2004
    based on 51 ratings
     | 2,759 views

    In commemoration of the 50th Anniversary of Brown vs. Board of Education: God still sees much to judge in America, and we are laid waste by lingering racism. We must recommit to justice in the nation and in the church.

    I am here to announce an invasion. This land has been taken over by an alien army. The invaders are so numerous that all hope of turning them back is gone. It is useless to resist. And not only are they here in massive numbers, these invaders, but also they know no fear. They are perfectly ...read more

  • Philadelphia - The Faithful Series

    Contributed by Dan Campbell on Feb 26, 2003
    based on 39 ratings
     | 1,422 views

    Philadelphia was established by the Pergamenian king Attalus II who had the nickname, philadelphus, because of his love for his brother Eumenes II, the former king of Pergamum. Philadelphia = brotherly love. The city was thus named to commemorate this a

    THE REVELATION OF JESUS PHILADELPHIA - THE FAITHFUL Revelation 3: 7-13 Philadelphia was established by the Pergamenian king Attalus II who had the nickname, philadelphus, because of his love for his brother Eumenes II, the former king of Pergamum. Philadelphia = brotherly love. The ...read more