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  • Why Does Revival Terry #2

    Contributed by Dale Carter Sr. on Jul 7, 2021

    Intro: On July 4, 1776, the Second Continental Congress adopted the Declaration of Independence which formally proclaimed the 13 colonies as independent. The war, however, continued as Britain was not willing to give up its North American colonies.

    Why Does Revival Terry? Series #2 Dale Carter Sr Harvest Fellowship Community Church July 4, 2021 John 8:31-36 31 Then said Jesus to those Jews which believed on him, If ye continue in my word, then are ye my disciples indeed; 32 And ye shall know the truth, and the truth shall make you free. 33 more

  • Remembering Our Freedom Series

    Contributed by Boomer Phillips on Jun 6, 2021
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    Memorial Day is when we remember our lost loved ones and also the many soldiers who died in the numerous wars of our country fought over the past few hundred years; and this message focuses on “Remembering Our Freedom.”

    Tomorrow is Memorial Day; therefore, we will observe this special day with a message from the Word. I wish to begin by sharing some of the history behind Memorial Day; however, I have encountered two separate versions of the story on how this holiday began, and so, I am going to present both more

  • The Beauty Of The Passover Series

    Contributed by Jon Daniels on May 10, 2021

    Based on Exodus 12:1-13 - Sermon shows hearers that the Passover lamb in Exodus 12 points to Jesus Christ.

  • The Blood Of The Lamb

    Contributed by Rick Boyne on Apr 7, 2021

    Jesus covers, protects, and saves us with His blood.

    The Blood of the Lamb March 28, 2021 Morning Service Palm Sunday/Lord’s Supper Immanuel Baptist Church, Wagoner, OK Rick Boyne Message Point: Jesus covers, protects, and saves us with His blood. Focus Passage: Mark 14:12-25 Supplemental Passage: Exodus 12:1-14 Introduction: Traditions can be more

  • Faith And Service Through Our Understanding Of Maundy Thursday

    Contributed by Ian Bullock on Mar 31, 2021

    An opportunity to reflect on some of the key themes of Maundy Thursday, as we begin to prepare for Good Friday

    In the name of the Father, Son and Holy Spirit. Amen, Today we enter the Holy Triduum, the three days which changed everything. Maundy Thursday is replete with signs and symbols, so much for us to think about, and to celebrate before we sit vigil in the garden of gethsemane with Christ later more

  • It Takes A Lamb - Good Friday Services Series

    Contributed by Sherm Nichols on Mar 31, 2021

    This is the text of a Good Friday service worked into a series. It featured an on-stage enactment of a Passover Seder, "narrated" by the speaker of the message, explaining the significance of Passover in light of the gospel.

    Introduction: (Scripture read - offstage) Exodus 12:3-14 …This is a day you are to commemorate; for the generations to come you shall celebrate it as a festival to the LORD--a lasting ordinance. Joke - Moses was sitting in the Egyptian ghettos. Things were terrible. Pharaoh wouldn't even more

  • Passover: A Festival Of Freedom

    Contributed by Dennis Lee on Mar 21, 2021
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    Today's Message looks at the Feast of Passover through one of its names, "A Festival of Freedom." Here we will learn about God’s true freedom and rest through God's Passover, the Messiah Jesus as the Lamb of God.

    Passover: A Festival of Freedom Exodus 12 Watch: As I was putting together this message, I became somewhat confused, and for all of you who know me, you know that this is a constant state that I find myself in. Yet, this was somewhat more than that, more

  • The Power Of Memory

    Contributed by Glenn Pease on Mar 5, 2021

    God loves memorial events, for they force our minds to reflect and remember, and this keeps the past alive in the present so that the future can be what He wills.

    One of the most important battles in the history of our nation was won by 262 Minnesotans. It is generally agreed by historians that he battle of Gettysburg was the turning point that led the North to win the tragic Civil War. That battle was going badly for the North, and at one point the more

  • God's Little Lamb

    Contributed by Perry Greene on Feb 9, 2021

    There is a progression and parallel of the Passover Lamb and the Lamb of God -- A, The, Your, Their Lamb(s).

    1. A friend of mine recently shared an observation with me from Exodus 12:1-6 The LORD said to Moses and Aaron in the land of Egypt, 2 “This month shall be for you the beginning of months. It shall be the first month of the year for you. 3 Tell all the congregation of Israel that on the tenth day more

  • What Is True Worship Of God?

    Contributed by William Tan Yh on Oct 24, 2020

    Our hearts are filled with gratitude for what Christ has done on the cross for us. Hence, we response in offering our worship to Him. What is the worship which is pleasing and acceptable to the Lord? Let us learn and grow in the area of true worship to our Lord Jesus Christ.

    Welcome to today’s devotion. Today I will like all of us to meditate on Rom 12:1. “Therefore, I urge you, brothers, in view of God's mercy, to offer your bodies as living sacrifices, holy and pleasing to God - this is your spiritual act of worship” (Rom 12:1). During the Old Testament’s more

  • Life Of Moses: Part 5 Series

    Contributed by Nate Buchner on Oct 5, 2020

    The Passover

    For any of you have ever been in a moment of sheer panic and chaos, you understand how valuable it is to have someone there who knows what to do and has a plan. When everyone else is confused and scared, they serve as that beacon of hope. You think of the paramedics who rush onto the scene and more

  • Faith To Follow

    Contributed by John Dobbs on Oct 2, 2020

    Everything they did in this text was in preparation for the coming of the Lord. Centuries later we read this from the other side of the cross. We see Jesus prefigured throughout this text. Five truths that define our Faith Journey.

    FAITH TO FOLLOW EXODUS 12:3-13 Introduction For the past few weeks we have followed the theme of faith through in the Bible. Adam and Eve found new beginnings through Faith. Abraham followed God by Faith when he looked at the heavens and believed. Joseph had a Faith that lasted through tough more

  • The First Passover: An Exposition Of Exodus 12:1-14

    Contributed by Mark A. Barber on Aug 22, 2020

    The first Passover points the way to a greater second Passover.

    The First Passover: An Exposition of Exodus 12:1-14 The Passover is a special day for the Jewish people. Even secular Jews celebrate it. It serves a purpose similar to Independence Day in the US or Cinco de Mayo in Latin and South America. The Children of Israel had served as slaves in Egypt for a more

  • "When I See The Blood”

    Contributed by John Gaston on Aug 15, 2020
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    Imagine yourself there that night. The tenth plague was more frightening than all the others: Death was loosed on the streets. Wait! The voice of God’s Mercy spoke: “There is an exception: all who take refuge under the blood will be spared!"

    “WHEN I SEE THE BLOOD” Ex. 12:6-13 INTRODUCTION A. HUMOR: COMPLAINING EVEN IN HAPPY TIMES 1. A lady entered a department store and was startled when a band began to play. Then a company executive pinned an orchid on her dress and handed her a crisp $100 bill. She was the store’s 1 millionth more

  • Pleading The Blood

    Contributed by Charles Jones on Apr 14, 2020
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    If you grew up in Pentecostal circles as I did, chances are you heard , used or are still using the phrase “I plead the blood.” However, some people in the church world today don’t understand the phrase and ask, “What does it mean?”

    Pleading The Blood Exodus 12:13,14 If you grew up in Pentecostal circles as I did, chances are you heard , used or are still using the phrase “I plead the blood.” However, some people in the church world today don’t understand the phrase and ask, “What does it mean?” The Passover in the Old more