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  • If The Worst

    Contributed by Rick Stacy on Jul 22, 2002
    based on 244 ratings
     | 10,638 views

    Funeral of a believer who has lived a long and good life

    Invocation texts Psalms 62:7-12 (CEV) (Psa 62:7) God saves me and honors me. He is that mighty rock where I find safety. (Psa 62:8) Trust God, my friends, and always tell him each one of your concerns. God is our place of safety. (Psa 62:9) We humans are only a breath; none of us are truly ...read more

  • Dealing With Loss

    Contributed by Dean Rhine on Jan 11, 2005
    based on 113 ratings
     | 24,233 views

    How we deal with the loss of loved ones

    Intro: This morning, we want to think about death. We are told that death and taxes are certain. Each one of us must come to the point where we make a decision about what the future holds for us. Each of us needs to be prepared for death. And we prepare for death by the choices we make in ...read more

  • Where Is God Amidst The Confusion

    Contributed by David Smith on Feb 1, 2008
    based on 16 ratings
     | 10,457 views

    This is a powerful message of Hope following the tragic, unexpected death of a 16 year old girl named Amanda. Her death sent the entire community into shock. There was almost 600 people present and many students. The message was very well received.

    WHERE IS GOD AMIDST THE CONFUSION? • Rev. Dave Smith (M.Div.) The Bible tells us … apart from Jesus Christ … - the wisest man who ever lived on planet earth … was King Solomon Solomon wrote: KEY " There is a time for everything, and a season for every activity under heaven. A time to ...read more

  • Giving Thanks Even At A Time Of Grief Series

    Contributed by Tom Shepard on Aug 15, 2007
    based on 74 ratings
     | 19,251 views

    This funeral sermon looks at things that we can be thankful for - even during a time of grief. We can be thankful for 1. Memories 2. Relationships 3. Eternal Life.

    Giving Thanks Even At A Time Of Death I would take nothing away from the grief we feel today. I would not say everything is all right. Because it is not. We hurt. And we know we will hurt for a long time, and our grief is a dark valley we have to trudge through before we feel all right ...read more

  • Funeral--Memorial Homily For Betty L.

    Contributed by R. David Reynolds on Jul 2, 2007
    based on 15 ratings
     | 9,489 views

    This was a funeral/memorial homily for a woman whose Christian commitment was somewhat doubtful but who at one time had professed faith. She was a person I had never met prior to her final days of illness. It encourages her family to trust Jesus for eter

    Funeral/Memorial Homily for Betty L. --Proverbs 31:19-31 This evening we have gathered to remember our mother, grandmother, and friend Betty L. Betty was a woman of faith, although over the past several years she suffered much physical distress, pain, and ill health and was not able to ...read more

  • Eulogy Leslie Gordon Fields

    Contributed by Rick Gillespie- Mobley on Mar 21, 2002
    based on 89 ratings
     | 4,461 views

    This is a sermon eulogy for a man who was not in Christ but members of his family were.

    Eulogy Leslie Gordon Fields 3/21/2002.hb Leslie Gordon Fields, a son, brother, an uncle, a cousin, a friend, and co worker. He was born, he lived, he died, he went home to a place prepared for him. We all go through that cycle of birth, life, and death because its ...read more

  • Your Own Funeral

    Contributed by Jason Cole on Mar 10, 2007
    based on 50 ratings
     | 9,340 views

    What will your funeral be like? What will be said of you? Will it be a happy time? More than that, what will be the scene as you stand before God? We write our own script for our funeral by the way we live!

  • More Than Can Be Measured By The Clock

    Contributed by Simon Rundell on Oct 26, 2001
    based on 134 ratings
     | 3,327 views

    Funeral Service for a 4 year old child, who was buried in a Natural Burial Site, after a long battle with an agressive cancer.

    When a child dies, we are inclined to say “What a pity he was taken before he was ripe and able to bear fruit”. We speak of promise rather than actual achievement. This would be quite unfair to XXXXXX. We don’t speak in the same way of a new blade of wheat: we appreciate it for what it is – a ...read more

  • Funeral Service Sermon For Bishop Mike Brandebura

    Contributed by Tony Abram on Apr 1, 2008
    based on 16 ratings
     | 5,598 views

    A sermon given at the funeral service for a minister, Bishop, husband, father and my friend. He want a message that would touch the unsaved hearts of family and friends and bring them to Jesus.

  • Lessons From Death

    Contributed by William Rushing on Jun 20, 2002
    based on 304 ratings
     | 18,022 views

    This is a funeral sermon that illustrates three lessons that can be learned from Death.

    I. Introduction II. The First Lesson is the Frailty of the Human Body. (1-4) a. Paul writes that the body is simply a temporary dwelling place. III. The Second Lesson is the Faithfulness of God. (5-8) a. Paul tells of his eagerness to be with the Lord. b. God is Faithful to be there ...read more

  • Eulogy John Kennedy Dixon

    Contributed by Rick Gillespie- Mobley on Dec 9, 2003
    based on 34 ratings
     | 2,818 views

    This is the eulogy for my brother who committed suicide as a young man. He was Christian and yet chose to take his life.

    John Kennedy Dixon August 24, 1999 God wanted to do something special for the world on January 28th 1965, and God decided to complete the work in the womb and to bring forth little John Kennedy Dixon. He entered the world the loud shouts and screams announcing his arrival, unfortunately ...read more

  • "Where Do You Go After You Come Home From A Memorial Service?" Series

    Contributed by Ken Harris on Aug 29, 2004
    based on 25 ratings
     | 6,612 views

    The purpose of this sermon was to motivate the hearers to affirm to others that THERE IS NO BETTER TIME TO HAVE AN ENCOUNTER WITH GOD THAN WHEN YOU ARE COMING HOME FROM A MEMORIAL SERVICE.

    Busan,South Korea Wednesday, 25 August 2004 U.S. Army Chaplain (MAJ) Ken Harris BIG IDEA: GO TO CHURCH WHEN YOU COME HOME FROM A MEMORIAL SERVICE. REFERENCES: II Chron. 26:19-21; John 12:41; I Kings 22:19; II Kings2:11; II Kings 15 I. ANNOUNCE THE PERICOPE: ...read more

  • Good Bye

    Contributed by Jeremy Houck on Sep 4, 2005
    based on 14 ratings
     | 4,522 views

    This is the sermon I presented to our Youth Minister as he was leaving for his first Pulpit work.

    Jimmy’s Sermon Numbers 6:24-26 A few weeks ago I preached a sermon to our young people as they were preparing for school. I told the congregation then that even though this message was intended for the young people I hoped that they would listen very intently because there was sure to be a ...read more

  • From Empty To Eagle

    Contributed by Joseph Smith on Feb 11, 2004
    based on 80 ratings
     | 2,472 views

    Funeral sermon for Henry L. Stewart, local resident, known as an amateur artist. The images of the four living creatures in Revelation become metaphors for the stages of life.

    Some look at the earth, but never see the sky. Some see the sky, but never fly. But to some it is given to see and to fly. To some it is given to be an eagle, soaring with strength and power. But I must ask – do you know how empty the eagle is before he flies? From empty to eagle; do you know ...read more

  • Questions With And Without Answers

    Contributed by Troy Borst on Feb 15, 2004
    based on 118 ratings
     | 3,831 views

    Funeral Sermon for a baby.

    QUESTIONS WITH AND WITHOUT ANSWERS INTRODUCTION We are gathered here today on a very sad occasion. One of the most painful experiences that life affords is that of the death of an infant. The death of a child I think is the greatest sorrow a person can know. We come today with more ...read more