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  • Without A Trace

    Contributed by Joseph Smith on Feb 18, 2004
    based on 67 ratings

    Funeral sermon for Paul Quick, member of the cleaning crew. A gentle spirit without a trace of negatives help others, labors in the house of God, and has received gentle treatment from a Christ who understands our weaknesses.

    Show by your good life that your works are done with gentleness born of wisdom ... the wisdom from above is ... gentle ... without a trace of partiality or hypocrisy. He is able to deal gently with the ... wayward, since he himself is subject to weakness. In this noisy world, it is easy to more

  • Seeing The Unseen

    Contributed by Mark Borgetti on Jan 31, 2006
    based on 15 ratings

    The intent of the message was to clearly demonstrate all people can experience the powerful presence of an invisible God by recognizing three visible signs of His real presence. 1. Signs of Faith 2. Signs of Hope 3. Signs of Love

    Seeing the Unseen Funeral of a still born child for first time parents 2 Corinthians 4:16-5:1 So we do not lose heart. Even though our outer nature is wasting away, our inner nature is being renewed day by day. For this slight momentary affliction is preparing us for an eternal weight of glory more

  • Grace

    Contributed by Christopher Martin on Dec 18, 2007
    based on 5 ratings

    A funeral sermon for a 50 year old man who committed suicide. He was an active member of the congregation, and gave no signs or reason for taking his own life, leaving the family, congregation, and community in a state of shock.

    (Read obituary from bulletin) Dear friends, members of Our Saviour’s, family members, and especially this day you, Holly, Kyle, Beth, Cara, and Loren, may God’s grace, mercy, and peace be with you from God, our Father, and from our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. Amen. The word of God that I more

  • How Do You Go On? Funeral!!

    Contributed by Gene Gregory on Feb 7, 2006
    based on 47 ratings

    FUNERAL for a person when you’re not sure of their salvation.

    - Philippians 4:4-8 Today we gather to say goodbye to ____________, a lady some knew as _________, some knew as Mama, and others of us called __________. Funerals are never fun, especially when it’s for someone who has meant so much to so many. We remember that Jesus Himself was more

  • Will We Know Each Other In Heaven?

    Contributed by Robert Travis on Feb 16, 2007
    based on 11 ratings

    Will we recognized each other after death?

    WILL WE KNOW EACH OTHER IN HEAVEN? 2Sa 12:13-23 13 And David said unto Nathan, I have sinned against the LORD. And Nathan said unto David, The LORD also hath put away thy sin; thou shalt not die.14 Howbeit, because by this deed thou hast given great occasion to the enemies of the LORD to more

  • The Good Shepherd

    Contributed by Colin Coombs on Nov 9, 2006
    based on 9 ratings

    Showing how the Good Shepherd can draw near in a time of grief, bringing comfort and salvation.

    SCRIPTURE READING: JOHN 10:9 – 18 (SELECTED VERSES) 9. I am the gate; whoever enters through me will be saved. He will come in and go out, and find pasture. 10. I have come that they may have life, and have it to the full. 11. "I am the good shepherd. The good shepherd lays down his life for more

  • "Teach Us To Number Our Days" Series

    Contributed by Ken Harris on Oct 5, 2006
    based on 21 ratings

    The purpose of this sermon is to motivate the grieving parents and family to affirm to others that LIFE IS SHORT, AND WE NEED TO NUMBER OUR DAYS BY TAKING OUR FAITH SERIOUS.

    U.S. Army Chaplain (MAJ) Ken Harris Friendship Baptist Church Anniston Alabama 29 September 2006 Funeral Services for Lynnette Ashley Grant BIG IDEA: BECAUSE LIFE IS SHORT, WE NEED TO NUMBER OUR DAYS BY TAKING OUR FAITH SERIOUS. REFERENCES: Ec.1:4 (One generation goes its way, the next more

  • My Redeemer Lives Series

    Contributed by Tom Shepard on May 1, 2007
    based on 66 ratings

    This is a funeral sermon that puts our hope in The Redeemer.

    My Redeemer Lives – A Funeral Service Today is a day of sorrow. Today is a day of grief. I will not say that everything is all right – because it’s not. We hurt. And we know we will hurt for a long time. __________ has died and we feel pain – we feel loss. Those are normal feelings. God more

  • "Shaw-Lome: All Is Well" Series

    Contributed by Ken Harris on Feb 16, 2007
    based on 6 ratings

    The purpose of this sermon is to motivate the grieving parents to affirm to others that THEIR FAITH in God allows them to prepare for their son’s FUTURE "RESURRECTION".

    “SHAW-LOME: All Is Well” - Memorial Service in Honor of SSG Driggers 2 Kings 4:18-27 U.S. Army Chaplain (MAJ) Ken Harris Ord Military Community Chapel Presidio of Monterey, California BIG IDEA: The MOTHER’S FAITH empowered her to PREPARE for her son’s FUTURE more

  • Life's Truths

    Contributed by Joseph Persaud on Mar 27, 2007
    based on 6 ratings

    Four important truths we need to live by.

    Introduction: There is only one certainty in life and that is the certainty of dying one day. LIFE IS SHORT: Abraham: Genesis 18:27 And Abraham answered and said, Behold now, I have taken upon me to speak unto the Lord, which am but dust and ashes: David: 1 Samuel 20:3 And David more

  • A Memorial For A Young Man

    Contributed by Bobby Mcdaniel on Jan 14, 2008
    based on 12 ratings

    A graveside memorial for a young man.

    A Memorial for Karl Widell 1. Introduction Today, we have two tasks before us, one difficult and one extremely easy. The difficult task is to return Karl’s remains to the earth from which he ultimately came. The second, which is easier and comforting, is to celebrate his more

  • The Strength God Brings - Funeral Message

    Contributed by David Dewitt on Jan 17, 2001
    based on 341 ratings

    This a basic funeral message from various passages in the Psalms

    The Funeral Service Opening I am the resurrection and the life; he who believes in me, though he die, yet shall he live, and whoever lives and believes in me shall never die. Invocation O Eternal God, our Father, from whom we come and to whom we go, grant us the favor of Your divine more

  • What Time Is It?

    Contributed by Joseph Smith on Jan 9, 2001
    based on 174 ratings

    Funeral message for Mr. Jeremiah Reese, a businessman to whom one of our members had witnessed in his closing weeks, and who requested that his funeral focus on Ecclesiastes 3.

    The other night, as all too often happens, I fell asleep in front of the television set, watching who-knows-what and who-knows-why. It’s just one of the more disturbing realities about getting a little older – that if I sit still for more than about twenty minutes, I’ll get sleepy. I’ll try to more

  • Sharing The Journey

    Contributed by Joseph Smith on Jan 9, 2001
    based on 100 ratings

    Funeral message for Mr. David Broadnax, a Broadway actor and filmmaker, who died in Spain. He was the brother of one of our members, who requested that we do the funeral.

    I desire, as I have for many years, to come to you when I go to Spain. For I do hope to see you on my journey and to be sent on by you, once I have enjoyed your company for a little while. Our lives are journeys, with a beginning and a destination. Many roads can be used to take those journeys. more

  • 24 Karat

    Contributed by Joseph Smith on Apr 22, 2001
    based on 81 ratings

    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 more