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  • Preparing Jesus, Preparing For Jesus Series

    Contributed by Tom Fuller on Mar 3, 2008

    This chapter provides some real contrasts between real and trumped up worship, real belief and real betrayal. It is all a part of preparing Jesus for the cross and preparing us to receive him.

    John places Jesus at Ephraim, a village north of Jerusalem. Between the end of chapter 11 and here, Jesus travels back to Galilee, heals the ten lepers (Luke 17), talks to Zacchaeus (Luke 19) in Jericho on his way back to Bethany. It’s only six days until the Passover, and Jesus’ crucifixion. more

  • "The Rejected Stone"

    Contributed by Clark Tanner on Mar 10, 2008
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    A sermon for Palm Sunday

    “And He began to tell the people this parable: “A man planted a vineyard and rented it out to vine-growers, and went on a journey for a long time. 10 “At the harvest time he sent a slave to the vine-growers, so that they would give him some of the produce of the vineyard; but the vine-growers beat more

  • Nailed To The Cross

    Contributed by Jimmy Dillon on Mar 11, 2008
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    Palm Sunday Message that looks at Why Jesus was nailed to the Cross and what kept Him there.

    NAILED TO THE CROSS (Palm Sunday Message) Acts 2:22-24 INTRODUCTON This week begins what we call “Easter Week” and my message comes from a not so typical place for an Easter Message Today is Palm Sunday, the day Jesus rode into Jerusalem with all the people shouting “HOSANNA, blessed is more

  • The Donkey Was Planned

    Contributed by Revd. Martin Dale on Mar 17, 2008
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    The Donkey is the key to understanding why the crowds turned on Jesus in the most momentous week of antiquity

    Palm Sunday 2008 This morning’s Gospel reading is the beginning of one of the most momentous weeks in Antiquity – in AD 29. Indeed one of the most important weeks in history. We know the story so well that it is hard to find something new to say. So I would like to ask you a question more

  • Jesus Goes To Jerusalem Series

    Contributed by John White on Mar 17, 2008

    Examining the lessons we can learn from the day Jesus enters His city, Jerusalem.

    Jesus Goes To Jerusalem Matt. 21:1-17 Jesus’ road to Calvary was deliberately foreordained. Paul tells us Jesus arrived on schedule to complete His mission as planned on planet earth. "But when the fullness of the time was come, God sent forth his Son, made of a woman, made under the law, To more

  • The Entry And Anger Of The King

    Contributed by Anthony Zibolski on Mar 17, 2008

    A Palm Sunday message showing the heart break Jesus felt as He came into the city of Jerusalem, and the things we can learn from Him.


  • Spiritual Authority

    Contributed by Don Baggett on Mar 17, 2008
    based on 2 ratings

    After three and a half years of teaching these disciples, Jesus was bringing His teaching to a critical point: His followers are to exercise the authority He was giving them, by the working of their faith.

    In Matthew 21:1-11, we see Jesus riding into Jerusalem on the back of a young donkey that had never before been ridden. People were putting their cloaks in the pathway, as well as laying down palm branches, and that’s why we call the Sunday before Easter, “Palm Sunday.” Palm Sunday begins a more

  • Anticipatory Pain And Suffering Series

    Contributed by Monty Newton on Mar 17, 2008
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    Christians may experience pain and suffering just because we are Christians... and knowing that, we prepare for it.

    Title: Anticipatory Pain and Suffering Text: I Peter 4:12-19 Thesis: Christians may experience pain and suffering just because we are Christians. The Series: This is the sixth message in a Lenten Series: Knowing Christ through Pain and Suffering. The Apostle Paul wrote, I want to more

  • We Are Called To Obey

    Contributed by Richard Schwedes on Mar 17, 2008
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    As disciples of Jesus Christ we are called to have the same mind as Jesus Christ, which includes obeying our Heavenly father even through difficulties.

    Today’s message is based on our reading from Philippians chapter 2, verses 5 to 11. Now to understand this text a little clearer it is helpful to look at the few verses before hand. We see that this text addresses the church, the Body of Christ. It addresses each one of us as members of more

  • Let The People Hear

    Contributed by Brian La Croix on Mar 17, 2008
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    Palm Sunday message encouraging people to not bow to the pressure to stay quiet about their love for Christ.

    Let the People Hear Luke 19:28-44 March 16, 2008 – Palm Sunday NOTE: THE ME/WE/GOD/YOU/WE FORMAT USED IN MY MESSAGES IS BORROWED FROM ANDY STANLEY’S BOOK, "COMMUNICATING FOR A CHANGE." Me/We: How many here have ever been told to “shut up?” If you’re a human over the age of 1 week, more

  • Blessed Is The Coming Kingdom

    Contributed by Mike Fogerson on Mar 17, 2008

    Palm Sunday was a special day to Jesus for a couple of reasons.

    Blessed is the Coming Kingdom Mark 11:7-10 Mar. 16, 2008 FBC, Chester Mike Fogerson, Pastor Introduction A Palm Sunday was special to Jesus for at least two reasons: 1 He’s embracing His place as the Messiah, the Anointed. a Donkey, garments were more

  • Looking Out For #1

    Contributed by Mark Eberly on Mar 17, 2008

    We have this tendency to be selfish--to look out for #1--me, me, me. The true #1 is God and God’s ways. Jesus shows that making God #1 means not thinking we are better than others. John 13 (foot washing) is a beautiful expression of this.

    Looking Out for Number One March 16, 2008 Matthew 21: 1-11; John 13 Part One (kid’s sermon) Let me tell you about the most memorable day of my life. There I was living this average conditions with no one recognizing my worth. No one really could see the great potential that I had when more

  • Jesus Is King Of The World

    Contributed by Neil Richardson on Mar 17, 2008

    Jesus is king of the world- is he your king, Jesus is the man of sorrows- do you cry like him, Jesus is teacher of the listening- do you listen and obey?

    Luke 19:28-48, Palm Sunday, DRBC am, 04/04/04 Introduction • Is a whip-round a good or bad thing? • It’s a wonderful life- whole community saved, and one man in particular • A whip-round that went in quite the opposite direction… a whole community destroyed… Context • 66 AD Nero needed more

  • Jesus: Modeling Leadership, Encouraging Sacrifice

    Contributed by Guy Glass on Mar 18, 2008
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    This messages uses the passage here in John with Luke 10:25-28 (Great Commandment, tying both together from the perspedtive that Jesus was leading us inthe area of sacrafice, and asks the same of us.

    JESUS: MODELING LEADERSHIP AND ENCOURAGING SACRIFICE John 12:23-26 – Luke 10:25-28 INTRODUCTION: This Sunday is the Sunday that corresponds to The Triumphal Entry of Jesus. The entry of Jesus into Jerusalem is the visible actions of what had already taken place spiritually in the life of the more

  • Triumph And Tragedy Series

    Contributed by Jon Rohr on Mar 18, 2008
    based on 2 ratings

    Where do I fit in to the Triumph and tragedy of Passion week? Am I celebrating the presence of Jesus or critical of Him? Am I overwhelmed by Him, or contemptuous of those who follow Him?

    Sermon: Triumph and Tragedy or Where Do I Fit? Series: Easter Season 2008 Text: John 12:1-11 March 16, 2008 AM John 12:1-11 (NIV) Six days before the Passover, Jesus arrived at Bethany, where Lazarus lived, whom Jesus had raised from the dead. 2 "Here a dinner was given in Jesus’ more