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  • Feasting On The Word

    Contributed by Derrick Tuper on Mar 5, 2018

    First, we looked at the account between Jesus and the woman at the well where he offered her living water. Then, after Jesus fed the 5,000 plus he told them he was the bread of life. Today, we'll see the importance of feasting on God's word.

    FEASTING ON THE WORD INTRODUCTION: So far we've looked at the account between Jesus and the woman at the well where he offered her living water. Then we looked at Jesus' encounter with the Jews who were following him because he had multiplied the loaves and the fishes. Jesus revealed that he was more

  • Teaching At The Feast Series

    Contributed by Ron Tuit on Oct 12, 2015

    In John 7 Jesus continues to teach about His divine nature and purpose as the Jewish leaders become more enraged.

    Teaching at the Feast John 7:1-24 Chapter 6 of John covered about one year of ministry in Galilee, which is the main thrust covered in the entirety of the synoptic gospels, which are Matthew, Mark and Luke). Two Passovers and one unidentified feast have been mentioned in John thus far more

  • Feast Of Tabernacles

    Contributed by Richard Tow on Feb 1, 2016

    This sermon demonstrates that relevance of the Feast of Tabernacles by explaining the feast’s purpose and applying the spiritual reality of this celebration to believers today. Learn from the words of Jesus, as He celebrated this feast in John 7-8.

    The Feast of Tabernacles
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  • The Great Feast

    Contributed by Darrin Fish on Sep 2, 2015

    But the message of this parable applies to the lost sinners of today. • And that message is that God still says, “All things are now ready. Come!” • Nothing else needs to be done it’s all been taken care of • I took care of all the preparation for the party

    Have you ever been blessed by being one of the privileged • Where you have been able to do something most others can’t? • Backstage Read Luke 14 The Parable of the Great Feast • Being Blessed is how this story starts out • A man makes a comment that what a more

  • Feasting With Levi Series

    Contributed by Andy Moyle on Jun 15, 2016

    Levi was ambushed by Jesus and then hosts a dinner party to mix his new Christians friends with his old life friends. See what happens and how you can apply it to your life

    Joining days - what are our values - most says Food! Food is important - not just for fuel but what happens as we eat together. Often a meal is as much about the people coming as it is about people who are coming Meals are important in the life of Jesus too. There are three ways the NT more

  • The Feast Of Trumpets

    Contributed by Dean Rhine on Nov 3, 2016

    Rosh Hashanah

    The Feast of Trumpets - Leviticus 23 - 10/2/16 L’Shanah Tovah Tik-e-tay-voo!  That is a Jewish greeting that is especially significant for us today.  To find out why, I’d invite you to turn to the book of Leviticus, chapter 23.  That greeting - L’Shanah Tovah Tik-e-tay-voo - more

  • Feasting With God Series

    Contributed by Gregory Neill on Jan 31, 2007
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    Lesson 10 in a series on holiness as seen in Leviticus; examining the prescribed Hebrew feasts and festivals

    Feasting With God Leviticus 23 Lesson 10 I. Introduction A. The Gregorian Calendar 1. The Big Sleep a) British subjects went to bed on September 2, 1752 and woke up on September 14. b) On that day, the British government officially switched from the Julian Calendar to the Gregorian more

  • The Feast Of Tabernacles Series

    Contributed by Chris Appleby on Jan 23, 2017
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    Jesus is the Messiah, the promised one who would rule over an everlasting kingdom as God’s anointed king. We are called on to make a response to Jesus. Do we acclaim him as our king or reject him because he doesn’t meet our expectations?

    You probably won’t be surprised to discover that there’s a link between this chapter and the previous one. Last week we saw how some people find it hard to believe in Jesus, because faith is a spiritual activity and they’re basically materialists, or because they don’t more

  • The Wedding Feast

    Contributed by Joe Mack Cherry on Jan 3, 2013

    A look at the Parable and it's application to us as Christians today.

    I. Introduction A. Previous Chapter 1. The Triumphant Entry (Read Mt. 21: 6-11) a. There was a gross misunderstanding concerning Jesus. b. He was not going to be Savior the Jews thought he would be. c. His kingdom was of a heavenly nature. d. Many of these same people more

  • Come To The Feast

    Contributed by Monty Newton on Oct 11, 2012

    The feast of the Lord's Supper is where those who never expected to be invited bet to come.

    Title: Come to the Feast Text: Luke 14:15-24 Thesis: The feast of the Lord’s Supper is where those who never expected to be invited get to come too. Introduction: In our story today Jesus had been invited to dinner at the home of an important Jewish leader on the Sabbath Day. It was more

  • A Feast For The Ages

    Contributed by Pat Cook on Dec 5, 2011
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    I designed the whole service to be a celebration of the Jewish holiday Shavuot, with the NT fulfillment of Pentecost. Order of Service and transitional notes included.

    ORDER OF SERVICE – June 12, 2011 – Pentecost Welcome Scripture: Psalm 117:1-2 C172 – Come into His Presence Invocation Announcements, offering Pre-amble to Pentecost H272 – Thy Word H275 – How Firm a Foundation Scripture: Ruth 1:16-17 Waving bread loaves, more

  • A Feast Of Grace

    Contributed by John Lowe on Jun 4, 2014

    This little psalm along with the Lord’s Prayer may be the most well-known passage in the Bible, and it is definitely the world’s favorite psalm, since it is the favorite of Jew, Eastern Orthodox, Western Protestant, and wistful agnostic alike.

    May 16, 2014 Tom Lowe Title: A FEAST OF GRACE Psalm 23 (KJV) 1 The LORD is my shepherd; I shall not want. 2 He maketh me to lie down in green pastures: he leadeth me beside the still waters. 3 He restoreth my soul: he leadeth me in the paths of righteousness for his name's sake. 4 Yea, more

  • To Fast Or Feast Series

    Contributed by Ron Tuit on Jul 3, 2013

    Jesus uses three contemporary examples to answer the question, "Why don't your disciples fast?"; In doing so, He explains the exclusiveness of the Kingdom of God.

    “Fast or Feast” Matthew 9:14-17 (Mark 2:18-22, Luke 5:33-39) To eat or not to eat; that is the question that is asked of Jesus. Matthew 9:14: “Then John's disciples came and asked him, "How is it that we and the Pharisees fast, but your disciples do not fast?" The more

  • Feast Of Tabernacles

    Contributed by Mike Fogerson on Dec 26, 2014

    The Jewish spiritual new year began 15 days ago with Rosh Hashana (Regathering) (Year 5775; Palindrone which means it reads the same backwards & forwards; ie., level, civic, radar, solos.)

    The Feast of Tabernacles October 8, 2014 CFBC Chester, IL Dr. Mike Fogerson, Speaker Introduction: A The Jewish spiritual new year began 15 days ago with Rosh Hashana (Regathering) (Year 5775; Palindrone which means it reads the same backwards & forwards; ie., level, civic, radar, more

  • Feast Or Famine

    Contributed by Judith Hand on Jan 14, 2015
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    The ONE THING we need is to feast on the Word of God

    Feast or Famine? Amos 8:1-12 Luke 10:38-42 Colossians 1:15-28 As is my usual preaching or teaching style… I want us to take a look at each of the passages from our readings today in Amos, Colossians and Luke to see the complete teaching. So here we go, let’s more