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  • Funeral--Memorial Homily For Betty L.

    Contributed by R. David Reynolds on Jul 2, 2007
    based on 15 ratings
     | 9,305 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

  • Your Own Funeral

    Contributed by Jason Cole on Mar 10, 2007
    based on 50 ratings
     | 9,006 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!

    Your Own Funeral Introduction: This message is a little different from anything I have ever done, but in order to do it I am going to need everybody’s help. Don’t worry it won’t be too hard. I am going to ask that you listen closely. I am also going to ask that you bow your head, close your eyes ...read more

  • Peace - A Funeral Message

    Contributed by Arlen Payne on Mar 17, 2007
    based on 124 ratings
     | 16,106 views

    This is a sermon perpared for a double funeral. It’s focus is on the peace the Jesus spoke of in John 14:27

    Peace A Funeral Message John 14:27 Intro. We are here today to accomplish three things -Remember a life that was lived -Offer our comfort and support to the family and each other. -Consider our own immortality in the face of death. In the final ...read more

  • "How Shall We Live"

    Contributed by Ronnie Knight on Apr 11, 2007
    based on 49 ratings
     | 7,942 views

    Funeral Sermon For Non - Christian

    Title: “How Then Should We Live?” Text: James 4.13-17 Introduction: As we are gathered here today to pay our respects to a friend and a loved one, we are reminded again of a truth we often try to forget. Today we are once again reminded of the brevity of life and the certainty of death. In ...read more

  • Graveside Service

    Contributed by Tony Searles on Nov 4, 2007
    based on 63 ratings
     | 66,637 views

    This is a brief graveside service I prepared for a person I was not familiar with. This is a short and simple, but respectful ceremony. Although it is simple and short, it does have some nice touches.

    Jesus said, “I am the resurrection and the life; he that believeth in Me, though he were dead, yet shall he live. And whosoever lives and believes in me shall never die.” I want to encourage you, as we gather together this afternoon, to remember that God is our refuge and our strength. We are ...read more

  • Funeral Service Sermon For Bishop Mike Brandebura

    Contributed by Tony Abram on Apr 2, 2008
    based on 16 ratings
     | 5,418 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.

    Funeral Service sermon for Bishop Mike Brandebura Listen to the Word of grace: Jesus said, I am the resurrection and I am life. Those who believe in me, even though they die, yet they shall live, and whoever lives and believes in me shall never die. I am the Alpha and the Omega, the beginning ...read more

  • Funerals And Parties Series

    Contributed by Robert Leroe on Feb 18, 2004
    based on 265 ratings
     | 18,545 views

    We learn much from times of sorrow and loss, times when we are confronted with the reality of death, opportunities when we can learn from God

    “A good reputation is more valuable than the most expensive perfume. In the same way, the day you die is better than the day you are born. It is better to spend your time at funerals than at festivals. For you are going to die, and you should think about it while there is still time. Sorrow ...read more

  • Good Bye

    Contributed by Jeremy Houck on Sep 5, 2005
    based on 14 ratings
     | 4,438 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

  • "A Glance Of Heaven" Series

    Contributed by Ken Harris on Jan 14, 2008
    based on 14 ratings
     | 5,091 views

    The purpose of this sermon is to motivate the bereaved family to affirm to others that because Joaquin had caught a glance of his Heavenly Homecoming Celebration, he could hardly wait to in-process Heaven.

  • 24 Karat

    Contributed by Joseph Smith on Apr 23, 2001
    based on 81 ratings
     | 1,320 views

    For our Remembrance Sunday, when we honor the memories of those members who died since Easter a year ago. God refines each life so it is prepared to receive something imperishable, undefiled, and unfading.

    There have been hints of late that something shiny would be nice. No outright demands, you understand, and no whining. Just a hint that as our wedding anniversary approaches, a little chip of something shiny might be appreciated. Now fortunately we are not yet at the fiftieth year, so it will ...read more

  • Transfusion

    Contributed by Joseph Smith on Jan 19, 2003
    based on 174 ratings
     | 10,044 views

    Funeral sermon for Henry Allen, who had lingered in weakened condition for many months, and who had become distanced from everyone, particularly his family.

    What you see is not always what you get. What your eyes tell you is not always the whole truth. Sometimes there is more going on than you can see. Have you ever been tricked by an optical illusion? An optical illusion is something that, when you first see it, you think you know ...read more

  • The Ministry Of Accepting No

    Contributed by Corey Howse on Feb 7, 2003
    based on 74 ratings
     | 2,354 views

    This sermon is designed to encourage the believer that God has a purpose in saying no to his children.

    Have you ever asked your parents for something and they said no. Have you ever asked the teacher at school to allow you to do something and they said no. Have you ever asked God why did you allow my friend or loved one to go into a coma, and die. What did you do? Did you throw a temper tantrum, ...read more

  • Righteous Hand From Above

    Contributed by Troy Borst on Feb 8, 2003
    based on 283 ratings
     | 14,378 views

    Funeral for a NON Believer

    RIGHTEOUS HAND FROM ABOVE ISAIAH 41:10 PASSAGE: “So do not fear, for I am with you; do not be dismayed, for I am your God. I will strengthen you and help you; I will uphold you with my righteous hand.” I. THE WORLDLY REALITY OF HURT A. Unfortunately, God never says that our lives will ...read more

  • What Do We Do When Our Loved Ones Die? Series

    Contributed by Doug Warren on Jan 16, 2001
    based on 694 ratings
     | 38,759 views

    The disciples’actions when John the Baptist died offer us helpful suggestions of what to do when our loved ones die. (*appropriate for graveside service)

    Intro: When John the Baptist died tragically, the disciples of Jesus exemplified what we must do today when our loved ones die. Let us notice what verse 14 says: I. THE DISCIPLES CAME 1. They stopped what they were doing, came together from various places. 2. Sadly, funerals ...read more

  • Left Behind

    Contributed by Tom Clawser, M. Div. on Jan 24, 2002
    based on 654 ratings
     | 45,673 views

    Funeral sermon presenting the Gospel message to family and friends left behind by one whose spiritual condition is either "unknown" or was known to be "unsaved".

    There is no social gathering that tugs at our heartstrings the way that a memorial service does. Something about being left behind stirs our emotions and brings a profound sense of loneliness to our hearts. In the twinkling of an eye, a loved one passed from life to afterlife, from temporal to ...read more