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  • What Are The Odds? Premium Sermon

    Contributed by PRO Premium on Oct 9, 2023
    based on 3 ratings

    This sermon introduction sets the stage for a series leading up to Easter, focusing on the miraculous work of Jesus, who was sent by God as a substitutionary payment for human sins.

    Good morning everyone! I’m excited about the new series we’re launching today! We are five weeks from celebrating Easter, the most miraculous day in history. So for the next fix weekends I want to prepare us for that great day by learning and recalling all that Jesus did to make it happen. On more

  • He Did It Just For Me PRO Sermon

    Contributed by Sermon Spark on Nov 4, 2023
    based on 3 ratings

    This sermon explores the profound significance of Jesus' sacrifice and the grace it bestows upon us, urging us to deeply understand God's boundless love.

    Hey there, beloved family! We're here together again, aren't we? How amazing is that? We're about to share another moment of spiritual nourishment, and I'm so glad you're here with me. Today, we're going to talk about something that's at the very heart of our faith. It's something that's so more

  • The Prophetic Suffering Servant PRO Sermon

    Contributed by Sermon Spark on Sep 26, 2023
    based on 3 ratings

    Explore the prophecy of Isaiah 53:1-12, emphasizing the sacrificial love of Jesus Christ as the Suffering Servant who offers hope for despair, redemption for bondage, and reconciliation for estrangement.

    Good Morning, Church family! It's such a joy to see each and every one of you here today. We're going to be diving deep into a powerful and poignant prophecy from Isaiah 53:1-12. This passage, my friends, presents to us a vivid image of the ultimate Suffering Servant, our Savior Jesus Christ. In more

  • Who Can Believe It?

    Contributed by Patrick Lane on Dec 19, 2000
    based on 80 ratings

    We often miss God because we only look in the expected places

    Who could believe it? Who would have ever thought it would have come to this? Such a powerful and glaring historical spectacle, nothing has gone as it seemed…. All of the professionals and most of the amatures got this one wrong. In fact as I read the record, no one suggested at any time that more

  • The Whip, Hammer & Cross

    Contributed by Wayde Wilson on Nov 12, 2000
    based on 158 ratings


    “The Whip, Hammer & Cross” WHIP - Mark 15:15 – “Wanting to satisfy the crowd, Pilate released Barabas to them. He had Jesus flogged, and handed him over to be crucified.” Isaiah 53:5 – “He was wounded for our transgressions, he was bruised for our iniquities; the punishment that brought us peace more

  • A Portion With The Great

    Contributed by Russell Brownworth on Nov 20, 2000
    based on 64 ratings

    An exposition of the text describing the awful burdens Jesus lifts off those who come to him.

    A Portion With the Great Isaiah 53.1-10 November 22, 2000 Thanksgiving is this week. It is a time for expressing our thanks for God’s providence and blessing. It is also the first Sunday in Advent (the four Sundays leading up to Christmas.) It is a time when we look back to the first Advent more

  • The Peace Child

    Contributed by Kyle Meador on Jan 1, 2001
    based on 185 ratings

    The greatest Christmas gift of all time is the child God gave to you to create peace between you and Him.

    The Peace Child We actually know very little about them. And there has been quite a bit of tinkering and modifying done to their role in the story through the years. I’m speaking about those characters who appear in everyone’s nativity scene known as Wise Men. Wise Men. Now there are two words more

  • The First Word , Father, Forgive Them; For They Know Not What They Do.

    Contributed by Dr. Stafford Miller on Apr 4, 2001
    based on 164 ratings

    While on the cross, Jesus made seven utterances and the first word of " fire " of those statements was " Father forgive them for they know not what they do.

    (I wish to thank God for the inspirational writing of A. W. Pink’s book, The Seven Sayings of the Savior on the Cross, which guided me in the writing of this sermon.) The First word of Christ....... Father forgive them for they know not what they do.. Text....Luke 23: 34 Introduction: This more

  • The Substitutionary Atonement

    Contributed by Lynell Friesen on May 23, 2001
    based on 89 ratings

    In the day of Christ’s dying, there was the dam of God’s patience, and the flood of God’s wrath; the day that Christ was placed upon the cross, God said that Christ was guilty of all of the law, having become of a curse through his crucifixion.

    As most of you are aware, in preparation for Easter we have been taking a close look at the message of Isaiah, particularly Isaiah 52:13 - 53:12. And over the past two weeks we have taken a close look at the prophets portrayal of the Suffering Servant. First we saw the Surprising Appearance. more

  • My God Does Provide

    Contributed by Daryl Miller on Feb 14, 2001
    based on 24 ratings

    God provided a substutional sacrifice for us all.

    MY GOD DOES PROVIDE STORY LEAD - IN Old man trapped on roof top during flood conditions: A helicopter flies over and a crew member drops a ladder and yells - " grab the ladder" The old man refuses and proclaims : " My God will rescue me. God will provide." The old man is not wrong. The Bible more

  • The Suffering Servant Series

    Contributed by Jeffery Anselmi on Mar 14, 2002
    based on 228 ratings

    Why did Jesus suffer? Isaiah tells us hte reason. This is Sermon 2 of 4

    INTRODUCTION  We are closing in on Resurrection Sunday. As we get closer to that wonderful time of celebration I want to take you back to the book of Isaiah as we return to the 53rd of Isaiah.  I want you to remember as we look at our text today that Isaiah wrote this some 700 more

  • Sacrifice

    Contributed by Craig Fenton on Aug 18, 2001
    based on 50 ratings


    SACRIFICE PT 1 Let me start by saying that without a sacrifice there would be no missions. A sacrifice on whose behalf! Firstly, on Jesus’ behalf, Isaiah 53:3-5, pierced for our transgressions each and every one of us is guilty in our iniquities until we are covered by the blood. That is the first more

  • The Unbelievable Gospel

    Contributed by Johnny Carver on Apr 8, 2002
    based on 100 ratings

    This sermon deals with the Gospel of Jesus Christ and how the world chooses to disbelieve it simply because it is so simple.

    Scripture: Isaiah 53:1— 10 Title: “The Unbelievable Gospel” Introduction: Isaiah begins this portion of Scripture with the words, “Who hath believed our report?” From the time of Isaiah until now people have looked upon this prophetic idea of a suffering Messiah as something “INCREDIBLE.” Isaiah more

  • Jesus In 700 B.c.

    Contributed by Ed Vasicek on Dec 12, 2000
    based on 91 ratings

    The best defense of the faith is fulfilled prophecy. The prophecy of the atoning death, burial, and resurrection of Christ both affirm that Jesus is the Messiah and help us understand the nature of the atonement.

    Jesus in 700 B.C. Isaiah 53 intro... 1. There is a lot of unbelief out there. 2. Being phoney is an issue in many areas, including theology. 3. Many people think our beliefs are phoney: they think the Bible is anything but supernatural, that Jesus was a mere man who died never to rise again, and more

  • Healing And The Believer

    Contributed by Paul Rupe on Jul 12, 2002
    based on 44 ratings

    Does the death burial and resurrection heal you physically as well as spiritually? This message uses Greek and Hebrew words to show believers that it is not God’s will for them to be sick in any area of their life.

    Been sick lately? Did you know that the death, burial and resurrection of Jesus Christ heals all your sickness as well as taking you to heaven one day? When Jesus died He took away our sins, but He also took our sickness and disease as well. In Isaiah 53:4 we are told Surely he hath borne our more