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  • Do You Know Jesus

    Contributed by Kenneth Jarman on Dec 10, 2004
    based on 16 ratings
     | 5,903 views

    Do You Actually know Jesus or do you just know of Him.

    DO YOU KNOW JESUS ISA; 9:6--- FOR UNTO US A CHILD IS BORN, UNTO US A SON IS GIVEN; AND THE GOVERNMENT SHALL BE UPON HIS SHOULDER; AND HIS NAME SHALL BE CALLED WONDERFUL, COUNSELLER, THE MIGHTY GOD, THE EVERLASTING FATHER, THE PRINCE OF PEACE. LET US PRAY: FATHER, WE THANK YOU FOR YOUR ...read more

  • 255 - Power Of The Cross Series

    Contributed by Joel Vicente on Apr 19, 2003
    based on 99 ratings
     | 7,178 views

    What does the "Cross of Christ" represent to us today? Discover 5 "power purposes" for the Cross.

    Sermon Study #255 - POWER OF THE CROSS Key Scripture: (1 Cor 1:17-18) For Christ did not send me (Paul) to baptize, but to preach the gospel--not with words of human wisdom, lest the cross of Christ be emptied of its power. (18) For the message of the cross is foolishness to those who are ...read more

  • It Is Finished

    Contributed by Todd Riley on Oct 18, 2000
    based on 117 ratings
     | 10,932 views

    Over the last year we have considered 6 of the 7 last words of Jesus from the cross. Today we are go

    Over the last year we have considered 6 of the 7 last words of Jesus from the cross. Today we are going to consider the meaning of these words of Christ "It is finished" Q What does "It is finished mean" What does Jesus mean? The word in particular that Jesus used means "complete, perfect ...read more

  • The Invisible Nails Series

    Contributed by Jimmy Davis on Apr 4, 2001
    based on 196 ratings
     | 10,839 views

    The metal nails were not strong enough hold Jesus to the cross. Instead, the invisible nails of His love, the invisible nails of His loyalty, and the invisible nails of our sin held Jesus on the cross.

    Sermon.967 From the pulpit of Bayview Baptist Church, Columbia, SC "The Invisible Nails" Jesus’ greatest work wasn’t the work He did in His carpenter shop. His greatest work wasn’t even when He performed great miracles of healing. His greatest work was accomplished in just a few ...read more

  • Where Is Your Hope?

    Contributed by Jerry Flury on May 28, 2002
    based on 366 ratings
     | 28,468 views

    Funeral sermon delivered to my family and their friends upon the death of my sister.

    We come here today not to celebrate death but to celebrate life. Judy?s life here on earth is over but her life in heaven with her beloved Savior Jesus Christ has just began. We sorrow because we shall miss her - but we rejoice in the memories we have of her and we praise God that her life of no ...read more

  • The Truth About Jesus

    Contributed by Jeff Hughes on Mar 14, 2003
    based on 38 ratings
     | 2,165 views

    An Intro to 1st John

    The Truth About Jesus Christ 1st John 1:1-4 Jeff Hughes I. Introduction a. It is widely held by most scholars that the Apostle John wrote the book of 1st John while pastoring the church at Ephesus, somewhere around 85 to 90 AD, before he wrote Revelation and Second and third John, but after ...read more

  • Why Is Holiness So Important? Series

    Contributed by Jon Earls on Feb 13, 2003
    based on 334 ratings
     | 23,983 views

    Many today wonder why some people talk about, believe in, and try to live in ’holiness’. This sermon give 3 reasons why Holiness is so important.

    Why is Holiness so Important? Text: Hebrews 12:14 The question is asked today by many people, “why is holiness so important?” Why do we talk about holiness and sanctification and John Wesley all of the time? Many have become disillusioned by all of the talk of John Wesley and have ...read more

  • The Best Is Yet To Come

    Contributed by Reggie Corfield on Sep 21, 2004
    based on 26 ratings
     | 3,414 views

    At the end of a misused life there awaits a place called hell. Wealth or poverty does not determine our eternal state but our relationship with Jesus surely will.

    An old mountaineer had lived a full but not exactly saintly life and now was on his deathbed. He summoned his weeping wife. “Sara,” he said, “go to the fireplace and take out the third stone from the top.” She did as he instructed. “Reach in there,” said her husband, “and bring out what you ...read more

  • From The Shadows A New Day Dawns Series

    Contributed by Dan Cale on Mar 24, 2005
    based on 60 ratings
     | 3,455 views

    This is the fourth in a series but can be used stand alone. It looks at the bright new morning that dawns to dispel the shadows of the cross. A stone rolled away, a tomb standing empty, and a promise fulfilled.

    Shadows of the Cross Pt 4 From the Shadows a New Day Dawns Luke 24:1-12 It was early dawn – the sun not yet above eastern horizon. Three women make their way quietly toward the tomb of Jesus. As they make their way down the road their eyes might have been called again to a hilltop called ...read more

  • The Cradle, The Cross And The Crown

    Contributed by W. Alderman on Dec 23, 2006
    based on 83 ratings
     | 8,803 views

    This sermon shows the three major phases of Christ’s ministry

    THE CRADLE, THE CROSS AND THE CROWN Text: Philippians 2:5-11 W. Max Alderman INTRODUCTION: This lesson and sermon will consider three phases of the ministry of Christ. We will look at him at His Cradle and then we will look at His Cross. We will ...read more

  • Where O Death Is Your Sting?

    Contributed by Doug Koehler on Sep 28, 2002
    based on 110 ratings
     | 17,370 views

    This funeral message had more of an evangelism focus.

    This message was written with evangelism in mind. The deceased had an uncertain connection with Jesus. Our church does not put the focus on the deceased but instead upon God’s promises, please keep that in mind as you read this message. God Bless. Funeral Message: Jerry ...read more

  • Daring To Dream

    Contributed by Keith Davis on May 5, 2003
    based on 58 ratings
     | 1,308 views

    How to have God’s will in our dreams for the church.

    Title: Daring to Dream Text: Multi-texed Topical Introduction: What is it that you dream about? Notice that I didn’t ask you if you dream. Everyone dreams. I am not talking about the dreams at night that wake you up and make you cry as a child. I am talking about the future and what we ...read more

  • Gamaliel - The Compromiser

    Contributed by Derek Adamsbaum on Oct 18, 2000
    based on 72 ratings
     | 3,928 views

    Intro (i) Refer to prev.2 sermons: 1. Stephen -The Committedâ then ÎThe Cowardly Crowdâ today ÎGamal

    Intro (i) Refer to prev.2 sermons: 1. Stephen -The Committedâ then ÎThe Cowardly Crowdâ today ÎGamaliel - the Compromiserâ (ii) Not all agree with designation e.g. Blaiklock Î..the Christians found an ally. God sometimes provides help in strange and unexpectzed places·.But here it was , in the ...read more

  • Doesn't It Strike You Strange....

    Contributed by Revd. Martin Dale on Dec 4, 2002
    based on 57 ratings
     | 3,066 views

    Doesn’t it strike you as strange that the birth of an obscure Jewish Carpenter born two thousand years ago has had such an impact on our civilisation unless he really is.........

    Brinton, Binham and Blakeney 08-12-02 Doesn’t it strike you as strange? Mark 1:1-8: Today is the second Sunday in Advent – a time that we prepare to celebrate the birth of Jesus two thousand years ago in a stable in an Inn in a small village called Bethlehem. But ...read more

  • The Offer Still Stands

    Contributed by Rodney Buchanan on Apr 17, 2006
    based on 25 ratings
     | 3,309 views

    This is a brief sermon accompanying a choral cantata by the same title

    A. W. Tozer said, “Our Lord died an apparent failure, discredited by the leaders of established religion, rejected by society, and forsaken by his friends. It took the resurrection to demonstrate how gloriously Christ had triumphed and how tragically the world had failed. The resurrection ...read more