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  • The Death Of The Cross

    Contributed by Charles Salmon on Mar 22, 2007
    based on 4 ratings
     | 814 views

    The death of Jesus on the cross provides an example of love, self-sacrifice, and obedience.

    The Death of the Cross. Phil. 2:8 INTRO.: In Philippians 2, the death of the cross is presented as an example of selfless living. Not that we should seek to die like Jesus, but that we should strive to live in the spirit of self-sacrificing love for one another and obedience to the will of ...read more

  • The Death On The Cross

    Contributed by Dennis Selfridge on Mar 29, 2007
    based on 58 ratings
     | 12,126 views

    What does his death on the cross mean for us?

    Winston Churchill: "And where were you?" In the early days of World War II, Winston Churchill called Britain’s coal miners together. A great crisis had arisen. The miners were not getting out enough coal to fuel the factories that produced the planes, ships, etc., so desperately needed. When the ...read more

  • Shock And Awe (Focusing On Christ Death On The Cross) Series

    Contributed by Dan Borchert on Apr 2, 2003
    based on 47 ratings
     | 2,635 views

    The Bible has a different version of Shock and Awe, it came on the Cross. This sermon looks at the passage in Mathew concerning Christ Death

    Focusing on Jesus Dieing on the Cross Mathew 27:45-54 Introduction A. For the last couple of weeks we have been hearing about this Shock and Awe strategy. B. The Idea is simple. You hit the enemy with your best shot C. You let him have everything D. By doing this you make him afraid, and ...read more

  • "Into Your Hands" Series

    Contributed by Michael Deutsch on Apr 1, 2002
    based on 93 ratings
     | 7,272 views

    Because of Jesus’ death on the cross, the final word is our salvation.

    First Baptist Church March 24, 2002 Luke 23:44-49 It was Palm Sunday and Jesus was coming into Jerusalem. He was riding on a blazing white stallion, kicking up a cloud of dust as He rode along. He was looking for trouble. The people He passed were in awe of such a beautiful animal but ...read more

  • Ash Wednesday 2006

    Contributed by Revd. Martin Dale on Feb 28, 2006
    based on 34 ratings
     | 3,890 views

    What implications does Jesus’ death on the Cross have for my lifestyle?

    What implications does Jesus’ death on the Cross have for my lifestyle 2 Cor. 5:20-6:10 Story: A Korean Pastor told me this story many years years ago, when he came to Switzerland. In the 4th century AD in Korea a man had two sons. The elder rose to become Chief Justice in the land ...read more

  • “jesus’ Own Prediction Series

    Contributed by Ron Tuit on Feb 8, 2016
     | 3,075 views

    Jesus predicts his own death on the cross and again declares His Deity.

    2 7 2016 “Jesus’ Own Prediction” John 12:20-36 In our last study we ended with the hyperbole by the Pharisees in John 12:19: “See, this is going nowhere. Look how the whole world has gone after Him!” Now this was an exaggeration since the WHOLE world did not go ...read more

  • Forgiving The Unforgivable Series

    Contributed by Brian Bill on Apr 2, 2003
    based on 215 ratings
     | 100,017 views

    “Father, forgive them, for they do not know what they are doing.” The Cross is the only place we can find forgiveness. It doesn’t matter what we’ve done, or how often we’ve done it, we can be forgiven - not because we deserve it, but because we don’t.

    Forgiving the Unforgivable The last words of a dying person are normally never forgotten. A person’s closing comments often reveal their pain and agony. Some enter eternity without saying anything, while others utter sentiments that disclose their values, priorities, and innermost ...read more

  • Csi Jerusalem - The Motive Series

    Contributed by Jeff Strite on Apr 10, 2006
    based on 60 ratings
     | 14,299 views

    The "Motive" of Christ’s death on the cross is fairly clear in Scripture... but there are people who are offended by that message.

    OPEN: (We started the sermon playing the theme music for "CSI Miami". Then commented:) Some of you may be asking “What in the world was that?” That was the theme music from the hit TV show “CSI Miami”. There’s CSI, CSI Miami, and CSI New York… and for the next few weeks we’re going to be ...read more

  • Look And Live! Series

    Contributed by Mark Jones on May 20, 2006
    based on 14 ratings
     | 2,500 views

    We are invited to look to Jesus’sacrificial death on the Cross so that we might live.

    Look, and Live! Numbers 21:4-9 Copyright 2006, J. Mark Jones all rights reserved, may be used with credit. EOLS: We are invited to look by faith at Jesus’ finished work on the cross so that we might be saved. It’s the most prevalent advice, the common denominator that you see when you go ...read more

  • The Trials Of Jesus

    Contributed by Timothy Finch on Mar 14, 2006
    based on 11 ratings
     | 2,371 views

    This is an outline form of the series of trials Jesus experience from the time of His arrest in the Garden until He was senctenced to death on the cross.

    Legal Trials of Jesus Christ Violations of the Law 1. Criminal cases must be tried and completed during daylight hours. 2. Criminal cases could not be tried during the Passover season. 3. Only a verdict of “NOT GUILTY” could cause a case to be finished on the day it was begun. One ...read more

  • Csi Jerusalem - Who Killed Jesus? Series

    Contributed by Jeff Strite on Apr 23, 2006
    based on 36 ratings
     | 10,460 views

    Christ’s death on the cross was a crime of passion. The crime was ours... the passion was God’s.

    OPEN: (began with music theme of CSI – “Who Are You”) The year was 1910. The place - Chicago, Illinois. The time - The early hours of the morning. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Hiller were lying in bed when Mrs. Hiller sensed something was wrong. She awoke to see that the gas light outside their ...read more

  • A Tale Of 2 Jesus' Part 1 Series

    Contributed by Denn Guptill on Apr 3, 2010
    based on 1 rating
     | 2,922 views

    Barabbas was the first person to benefit from Jesus' death on the cross, what can we learn from his experience?

    A tale of two Jesus’ So this is where it would end, in front of a hostile crowd, nailed to a cross. He had of hoped for better and I’m sure his family had hoped for better. I don’t know what his mother had envisioned for the little boy who played at her feet but I’m ...read more

  • Justification, Sanctification, And Salvation

    Contributed by Rodney Langley on Apr 16, 2010
    based on 3 ratings
     | 4,199 views

    Defining and explaining the difference between justification, sanctification, and salvation. Recognizing that all three are possible because of Jesus’ death on the cross.

    JUSTIFICATION, SANCTIFICATION, AND SALVATION by Rodney Langley INTRODUCTION We hear these terms a lot in our studies of the Bible. We kind of know what they are talking about, but what exactly do these terms mean and how do they affect me? Tonight, we’ll examine each of these terms and look ...read more

  • The Seven Last Words Of Jesus On The Cross

    Contributed by Prabhakar Jacobs on May 2, 2011
    based on 24 ratings
     | 86,294 views

    This is a sermon about the last seven words or expressions that Jesus said before his death on the Cross of Calvary on Good Friday ,

    There are seven words, the last seven expressions of Jesus Christ which he uttered on the Cross at Calvary (Golgotha in Hebrew according to John 19:17, meaning a place of a skull (Mark 15:22). The testimony of a dying man holds more value in the court. So the words of Christ on Calvary carry legal ...read more

  • It Is Finished

    Contributed by Clair Sauer on Mar 28, 2013
     | 2,053 views

    A sermon for Good Friday about Christ's trust in the Father and his victorious death on the cross.

    Just over 500 years ago, a thirty-three year-old artist was commissioned by the Vatican for the job of a lifetime. In 1508, Michelangelo climbed up onto a piece of scaffolding, laid down on his back, and began painting scenes from the Bible. The result, as many of us know today, were some of the ...read more