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  • The Criminal On The Cross

    Contributed by Brady Boyd on Apr 18, 2019

    Jesus was dying and would participate in the resurrection for one big reason - to take back and restore what had been lost with Adam.

    The Criminal on the Cross Good Friday 2019 Picture of Cross standing in Notre Dame Cathedral Luke 23:32-39 NIV “Two other men, both criminals, were also led out with him to be executed. 33 When they came to the place called the Skull, there they crucified him, along with the criminals — one on more

  • King David Was A Criminal

    Contributed by Andrew Moffatt on Sep 10, 2009
    based on 20 ratings

    David knew he was in need of forgiveness and restoration and that only God could do this.

    Sermon 060909: for it’s when we have been restored, we can bring others to the Lord; Psalm 51. In life there are times and reasons why we don’t believe God would want to have anything to do with us, I’ve even been told by people that, "I’m that bad that God wouldn’t want to have anything to do more

  • The Day The Criminal Was Set Free Series

    Contributed by Christopher Benfield on Dec 12, 2018

    The day Jesus was crucified, we read of a man who was apprehended, convicted of serious crimes, and sentenced to death. His guilt was beyond question, and yet he was released, set free and pardoned of all charges. In his place, and innocent man died.

    The Day the Criminal was Set Free Mark 15: 6-15 This had been a week of extreme emotion for all involved. Jesus, our precious Lord, was in His last hours prior to the crucifixion. These events have taken place very early on Friday morning. Just five days before Jesus had made His triumphant more

  • A Criminal's View Of Calvary Series

    Contributed by Dennis Munn on Apr 13, 2011
    based on 4 ratings

    A sermon examining how Calvary is redemptive in real life...the thief's view of Calvary.

    A Hill With A View A Criminal’s View of Calvary Introduction: It’s appropriate in the weeks leading up to Easter that we devote extra attention to the story of Calvary. The preaching of the cross is central to Christianity...there can be no Christianity without the cross. The more

  • Criminal's Confession/Declaration

    Contributed by William R. Nabaza on Nov 6, 2012
    based on 1 rating

    I. EXORDIUM: What are the essential factors to be saved? II. AUDIENCE PROFILE: Believers III. OBJECTIVES: To prove that anywhere you are, GOD will save you. IV. TEXT: Luke 23:40-43 (New Living Translation, Second Edition) But the o

  • Power Against Dream Criminals

    Contributed by Daniel Olukoya on Jul 10, 2002
    based on 317 ratings

    Dealing with dangerous dreams

    POWER AGAINST DREAM CRIMINALS. Dr. D. K. Olukoya Dreaming is a natural way in which the spirit world breaks out into our lives. Dreams can be described as the dark speech of the spirit. They can be keys to unlocking the door to the inner world. Dreams have been referred to as the speech of the more

  • The Con Artist Named Pride Series

    Contributed by Kelly Benton on Oct 5, 2011
    based on 16 ratings

    To share how pride cons us into a life separate from God and how we must re-claim our relationship to Him!

    Last week I share with you about The Thief Named Grudge and I do hope that by exposing Grudge that we all are better equipped to keep our him from robbing us of the valuable things he steals from our lives; Joy, Time, and of course our focus. I believe it is a great thing that we were able to more

  • Choosing Change (The Criminal And The Soldier) Series

    Contributed by Pat Cook on Apr 19, 2011
    based on 2 ratings

    #5 and last in series, about changes that Jesus makes in people.

    Luke 23:32-49 – Were You There? #5 – Choosing Change (The Criminal and the Centurion) Today we are wrapping up our series on Were You There? I hope that we have been able to see ourselves, good or bad, in the lives of those who witnessed the cross of Christ. Maybe we saw ourselves as religious more

  • Lessons Learned From Two Criminals

    Contributed by Chad Bolfa on Oct 1, 2010
    based on 7 ratings

    Tonight, I want to look at two people and the truths they teach us. They are the criminals that hung on the cross on each side of Jesus, the day Jesus was crucified.

  • You Are Barabbas

    Contributed by Jason Smith on Sep 14, 2013

    There are so many places within scripture where the gospel is foreshadowed. The account of Barabbas’ release is one such place.

    This morning I would like to spend a short amount of time studying about a man that we do not know too much about, but a man that for a small amount of time plays an important role in the darkness and injustice that happens the day our Lord was crucified. The man I am speaking of is Barabbas. There more

  • The Criminal's Acknowledgements - Luke 23: 39-43

    Contributed by William R. Nabaza on Aug 1, 2011
    based on 4 ratings

    The Criminal's Acknowledgements - Luke 23: 39-43

    The Criminal's Acknowledgements - Luke 23: 39-43 The Criminal's Acknowledgements Luke 23:39 One of the criminals hanging there began to shout insults at Jesus: "Aren't you the Messiah? Then save yourself, and save us too!" Luke 23:40 But the other criminal stopped him. He said, "You more

  • Apostates Hijack The Messiah's Arrival To Whitewash Criminal Mayhem

    Contributed by Frederick Meekins on Jan 13, 2015
    based on 1 rating

    Apostates Hijack The Messiah's Arrival To Whitewash Criminal Mayhem

  • In Your Place Series

    Contributed by Darryl Bell on Apr 17, 2006
    based on 1 rating

    Jesus endured a trumped up trial and took a criminal’s place for you.

    In Your Place; Mark 14:43-65; 15:1-15; 5th Lent; 5th of 7 in “All for You” series; The Promise; 04-02-06; Darryl Bell For five weeks now we’ve been looking at all Jesus did for you in those last few, fateful days of his life on earth. It’s all based on the last three chapters of Mark’s gospel. more

  • Two Out Of Three Ain’t Bad Series

    Contributed by Christopher Roberts (Barrister) on Nov 7, 2012
    based on 1 rating

    This sermon considers the two differing outcomes of the two criminals who were led to the Cross alongside Jesus

    Two Out Of Three Ain’t Bad Introduction In Luke 23:32-43, we find the story of the two criminals who were hung on a cross with Jesus. This story for these two criminals is a little bit like ’A Tale of Two Cities’. Here we have the story of one criminal displaying pride and it’s consequences, more

  • Remember Me When You Come Into Your Kingdom

    Contributed by James Linders on Apr 23, 2015

    A criminal was hanging on the cross with Jesus. In his dying moments he reached out to the Lord.

    Then he said unto Jesus: "Remember me come into your kingdom." One of the two criminals who was hanging on the cross,waiting on death to claim his mortal body and existence, realized that he was a sinner,and because of THIS, fell short of the glory of God. The thought of being destined for more