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  • Cavorting With Cowardice

    Contributed by Douglas Phillips on Apr 10, 2018
    based on 1 rating
     | 1,280 views

    THIS IS THE THIRD OF A FOUR PART SERIES ON THE CHARACTERS OF EASTER. PILATE WAS PLACED IN THE SITUATION WHERE TO ACT COURAGEOUSLY AND RELEASE JESUS COULD COST HIM HIS POSITION. HE CHOSE THE COWARDLY WAY AND BOWED TO THE CROWD AND ALLOWED JESUS' DEATH.

    CAVORTING WITH COWARDICE MARK 15:1-15 TODAY WE CONTINUE WITH OUR SERIES LEADING UP TO EASTER BY LOOKING AT THE CHARACTER OF PILATE. JESUS’ ILLEGAL TRIAL HAS JUST BEEN COMPLETED, AND JESUS WAS FOUND GUILTY OF BLASPHEMY. JESUS REMAINED SILENT DURING THIS TRIAL MOST LIKELY BECAUSE FOR MANY ...read more

  • Courage And Cowardice At The Garden Gate Series

    Contributed by Ed Wood on Jul 15, 2008
    based on 4 ratings
     | 2,637 views

    Peter’s Denial of Christ (part 2 of 2).

    COURAGE AND COWARDICE AT THE GARDEN GATE (Part 2) John 18:15-18, 25-27 INTRO: This morning, we started this message on the life of Simon Peter, and just got started. We saw how he was tempted by the devil, and denied ...read more

  • Courage And Cowardice At The Garden Gate (Part 1) Series

    Contributed by Ed Wood on Jul 15, 2008
    based on 5 ratings
     | 2,496 views

    Peter’s denial of Christ (part 1 of 2).

    COURAGE AND COWARDICE AT THE GARDEN GATE (Part 1) John 18:15-18, 25-27 INTRO: This is the fulfillment of the prophecy of Jesus in John 13:38, about Peter denying Jesus. V. 27, states that Peter denies Jesus. Today, we want ...read more

  • Peter: From Confidence To Cowardice To Cutting Love Series

    Contributed by Joel Pankow on Mar 2, 2005
    based on 19 ratings
     | 2,655 views

    This sermon got rather long, but I tried to show what Peter’s cowardice did to him and how Jesus dealt with it in a wonderful way. If you’ve got some time give it a perusal.

    March 2, 2005 Matthew 26:31-35, 69-67, John 21:15-19, When they had finished eating, Jesus said to Simon Peter, “Simon son of John, do you truly love me more than these?” “Yes, Lord,” he said, “you know that I love you.” Jesus said, “Feed my lambs.” Again Jesus said, “Simon son of John, do ...read more

  • Demas In My Mirror Series

    Contributed by Bob Marcaurelle on Mar 17, 2015
     | 3,690 views

    Looking a the men who were with Paul when it came time for him to die, Demas, a faithful man in the past, was the only one who left. He may have left the faith but he also may have found a more comfortable place to serve God.

    Annual Sermons Volume 12 Sermon 1 2 Tim 3:10 DEMAS IN MY MIRROR? Demas was a fine follower of Christ for years. With Paul in his first imprisonment, Paul ...read more

  • "Artificial Righteousness”: Glorifying In The Flesh.

    Contributed by Matthew Kratz on Mar 16, 2019
     | 582 views

    1) Religious Pride (Galatians 6:12a), by 2) Cowardice (Galatians 6:12b), and 3) Hypocrisy (Galatians 6:13).

    This month, heavily armed assailants again attacked an Ebola treatment centre in the heart of eastern Congo’s deadly outbreak. Some community members wary of outsiders after years of deadly rebel attacks have shown hostility to health workers in a region that is facing its first Ebola outbreak. ...read more

  • "Artificial Righteousness”: Glorifying In The Flesh.

    Contributed by Matthew Kratz on Mar 16, 2019
     | 309 views

    1) Religious Pride (Galatians 6:12a), by 2) Cowardice (Galatians 6:12b), and 3) Hypocrisy (Galatians 6:13).

    This month, heavily armed assailants again attacked an Ebola treatment centre in the heart of eastern Congo’s deadly outbreak. Some community members wary of outsiders after years of deadly rebel attacks have shown hostility to health workers in a region that is facing its first Ebola outbreak. ...read more

  • "Artificial Righteousness”: Glorifying In The Flesh.

    Contributed by Matthew Kratz on Mar 16, 2019
     | 257 views

    1) Religious Pride (Galatians 6:12a), by 2) Cowardice (Galatians 6:12b), and 3) Hypocrisy (Galatians 6:13).

    This month, heavily armed assailants again attacked an Ebola treatment centre in the heart of eastern Congo’s deadly outbreak. Some community members wary of outsiders after years of deadly rebel attacks have shown hostility to health workers in a region that is facing its first Ebola outbreak. ...read more

  • "Artificial Righteousness”: Glorifying In The Flesh.

    Contributed by Matthew Kratz on Mar 16, 2019
     | 242 views

    1) Religious Pride (Galatians 6:12a), by 2) Cowardice (Galatians 6:12b), and 3) Hypocrisy (Galatians 6:13).

    This month, heavily armed assailants again attacked an Ebola treatment centre in the heart of eastern Congo’s deadly outbreak. Some community members wary of outsiders after years of deadly rebel attacks have shown hostility to health workers in a region that is facing its first Ebola outbreak. ...read more

  • "Artificial Righteousness”: Glorifying In The Flesh.

    Contributed by Matthew Kratz on Mar 16, 2019
     | 318 views

    Paul points to three factors that tend to motivate human works of attempted righteousness. They are often reflect: 1) Religious Pride (Galatians 6:12a), by 2) Cowardice (Galatians 6:12b), and 3) Hypocrisy (Galatians 6:13).

    This month, heavily armed assailants again attacked an Ebola treatment centre in the heart of eastern Congo’s deadly outbreak. Some community members wary of outsiders after years of deadly rebel attacks have shown hostility to health workers in a region that is facing its first Ebola outbreak. ...read more

  • "Artificial Righteousness”: Glorifying In The Flesh.

    Contributed by Matthew Kratz on Mar 16, 2019
     | 324 views

    Paul points to three factors that tend to motivate human works of attempted righteousness. They are often reflect: 1) Religious Pride (Galatians 6:12a), by 2) Cowardice (Galatians 6:12b), and 3) Hypocrisy (Galatians 6:13).

    This month, heavily armed assailants again attacked an Ebola treatment centre in the heart of eastern Congo’s deadly outbreak. Some community members wary of outsiders after years of deadly rebel attacks have shown hostility to health workers in a region that is facing its first Ebola outbreak. ...read more

  • "Artificial Righteousness”: Glorifying In The Flesh.

    Contributed by Matthew Kratz on Mar 16, 2019
     | 214 views

    1) Religious Pride (Galatians 6:12a), by 2) Cowardice (Galatians 6:12b), and 3) Hypocrisy (Galatians 6:13).

  • Artificial Righteousness: Glorifying In The Flesh Series

    Contributed by Matthew Kratz on May 4, 2009
    based on 3 ratings
     | 2,263 views

    Glorifying in the flesh is a form of Artificial Righteousness which is motivated by 1) Religious Pride, 2) Cowardice, & 3)hypocrisy.

    The news has been filled with week with statistics, world wide reports, deaths and fear from the H1N1 human influenza virus, previously known as swine flu. One of the most distasteful elements of this situation has been the various reactions to it. Minute by minute coverage from many news agencies ...read more

  • Following From Afar

    Contributed by Kevin L. Jones on Mar 24, 2010
    based on 11 ratings
     | 8,407 views

    A sermon examining those who attempt to follow Jesus from afar.

    Following From Afar Matthew 26:57-59 I recently watched a movie, and towards the end the main character turned to Christ. She was so excited about what Jesus had done for her and she went to work and told her co-worker who was also a very close friend. It was only after she shared her testimony ...read more

  • The 3 C's You Don't Want To Be

    Contributed by Wesley Bishop on Mar 16, 2004
    based on 147 ratings
     | 28,844 views

    This sermon is about overcoming comfort, complacency, and cowardice.

    Turn with me to James 4. Read James 4:13-5:11. A lot is covered in this passage, but it points to some very important conclusions. We cannot be comfortable, complacent or cowardly. James, in his most practical style, calls us to be completely sold out to God. A life that is God-filled will ...read more