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  • The Wonder Of Jesus’ Crucifixion Series

    Contributed by Jeff Strite on Mar 24, 2013
    based on 108 ratings
     | 91,627 views

    Jesus shed His blood several times during the last 24 hours of His life. And there is a powerful story to be found in blood and water that came from Jesus’ side. Do you know what that story is? And do you know what it can mean to your life?

    In Oklahoma, someone saw this poster promoting a Red Cross blood drive: "I gave my blood. Christ gave his. I give a pint. He gave all. The needle is small, sharp. The nails were large, dull. The table soft, restful. The cross rough, painful. The ...read more

  • Alleluia Christ Is Risen

    Contributed by J Jeffrey Smead on Mar 23, 2016
    based on 44 ratings
     | 9,595 views

    The Sunday School teacher asked the class " What do you think were Jesus first words when he came out of the tomb?" A little girl shouted frantically I know!, I know!" Extending her arms into the air she said " TA DA!". Beloved "TA DA the Lord has risen!"

    It is Easter... The day that we celebrate the resurrection ... of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. A time when Alleluias fill the air: Beloved ... You know the response: Alleluia Christ is Risen...... (Pause) The Lord is Risen in Deed Alleluia. There is a story that I love so well ... ...read more

  • Who Have You Been With

    Contributed by Tim Byrd on Aug 16, 2002
    based on 78 ratings
     | 3,748 views

    How do people know who you have been spending time with.

    WHO HAVE YOU BEEN WITH. Place Allendale Baptist Date September 2001 Acts 4: 5-13 INTRODUCTION Mom always asked two questions when I went out. Where you going? & Who are you going with? When I come home, she would ask who’ve you been with? She would always check my story to make sure it was the ...read more

  • He's Alive! Tell Someone!

    Contributed by Daniel Habben on Apr 5, 2005
    based on 9 ratings
     | 2,836 views

    He’s Alive! Tell Someone!1) This news has changed your life 2) This news can change someone else’s life

    As temperatures rise so does the urge to get out and enjoy the beauty of spring. Some will head out on backcountry trails in the mountains but they will do so at their own risk, for this is avalanche season. It’s especially at this time of year that we hear reports of skiers and snowmobilers ...read more

  • What Really Happened At Pentecost

    Contributed by Frank Walker on Oct 15, 2001
    based on 38 ratings
     | 1,676 views

    God empowered the church greatly on the day of Pentecost.

    What Really Happened At Pentecost? (Acts 2:1-4) I. The Power Of God Was Released A. A Sure Agreement (v. 1) 1. Notice that God has to first have something worth working with. 2. God will not work with a group of back-biting, self-centered, arguing, ill-tempered Christians. 3. Learn to ...read more

  • The Cross Of Christ

    Contributed by Owen Bourgaize on Aug 22, 2005
    based on 17 ratings
     | 1,476 views

    The Roman Emperor Constantine saw the sign of a Cross in the sky which had a decisive effect on both his military career and spiritual life.

    On 29th October AD 312 the first Roman Emperor converted to the Christian faith, Constantine the Great, entered Rome. He was a worshipper of the sun god, Sol. On 28th October the forces he commanded were trying to conquer Rome. There was a great battle to take a bridge leading to the city. His ...read more

  • The Dreaded Cross

    Contributed by David Owens on Mar 31, 2004
    based on 28 ratings
     | 1,421 views

    Jesus dreaded the cross because of the weight of sin and separation from God that he would experience.

    “The Dreaded Cross” David Owens Text: Luke 23:26-49 2/29/04 Introduction: A. As you probably noticed, I have titled today’s sermon, “The Dreaded Cross.” 1. The cross was truly something that Jesus dreaded. 2. Jesus did not go to the dreaded cross like a child facing something they dread ...read more

  • "The Danger Of An Undercurrent”

    Contributed by Keith Foskey on Mar 28, 2005
    based on 14 ratings
     | 2,066 views

    We all have an undercurrent working in our life. There is always someone who wants to break down the group or individual rather than build it up

    “The Danger of an Undercurrent” Luke 19: 28-40 Introduction: Have you ever been to a party where it seemed like almost everyone was having a good time and enjoying themselves, but there was that one person who kept driving the group downward? Illustration: “Debbie Downer” Saturday Night Live ...read more

  • Christians Find Glory In Unlikely Places

    Contributed by Daniel Habben on Apr 4, 2006
    based on 39 ratings
     | 4,240 views

    Christians Find Glory In Unlikely Places 1) Glory in death 2) Glory in service

    If you had to buy milk and eggs, would you go to a music store? If you wanted to eat a big juicy hamburger, would you stop by a sushi restaurant? No. A music store is an unlikely place to find groceries, and a sushi restaurant is an unlikely place to sink your teeth into a meaty hamburger. What ...read more

  • Pentecost And Babel

    Contributed by Ronald Keller on Jun 8, 2003
    based on 477 ratings
     | 27,004 views

    This Pentecost Sunday sermon compares the events of Pentecost and the Tower of Babel.

    INTRODUCTION Pentecost and Babel. New Testament. Old Testament. Two very different events and yet when we compare them we can learn and be helped. The Genesis’ account of the Tower of Babel tells us that after Noah’s Flood everyone in the world spoke the same language. As the ...read more

  • The Sinners, The Saved And The Savior

    Contributed by Kenneth Wooley on Jul 2, 2003
    based on 13 ratings
     | 1,410 views

    A look at the cruel soldiers, the compelled substitute and the crucified Son as they go to Golgotha.

    (Jere. 17:9) "The heart is deceitful above all things, and desperately wicked." It is from this viewpoint of the wickedness of man that Matthew approaches this part of the Gospel. He could have written about the love of God which sent His only Son to save us from our sin. But here Matthew gives us ...read more

  • Barabbas, The Prisoner Set Free

    Contributed by Gino Cascieri on Mar 26, 2001
    based on 155 ratings
     | 11,561 views

    Barabbas is a picture or type of every sinner who has been set free by Jesus taking their place.

    "Barabbas, The Prisoner Set Free" Text: Matthew 27:15-26 Introduction: -Barabbas, the man that the Jewish rulers and people chose to be released instead of our Lord Jesus Christ. I. Barabbas’s Testimony -We want to look at Barabbas’s testimony or "rap sheet". -What better way to ...read more

  • Walking In Correctness (Concerning God The Son) Series

    Contributed by Shawn Drake on Oct 23, 2003
    based on 35 ratings
     | 1,967 views

    This is the 9th study in the study "Light In The Darkness".

    WALKING IN CORRECTNESS (CONCERNING GOD THE SON) 1 John 5:1-12 In the last two studies we studied God the Holy Spirit and God the Father. In this study we will study how through God the Son a person can become a member of the Family of God. This study will also identify God’s testimony ...read more

  • A Foot In Both Crowds

    Contributed by Eloy Gonzalez on Apr 12, 2003
    based on 57 ratings
     | 3,670 views

    Palm Sunday: We have a foot in both crowds - the one the praised Jesus on Palm Sunday and also the one that shouted, "Crucify Him." But Jesus willingly took on the Cross for our double-mindedness and hypocrisy. We are forgiven!!

    [Note: This is an original sermon. It is partially based on an outline provided in "Concordia Pulpit Resources" from CPH.] Our worship today started with the story of Jesus’ triumphal entry into the city of Jerusalem. There was a huge crowd there to receive Him. They shouted hosanna, hosanna – ...read more

  • Justice At The Cross Series

    Contributed by Christopher Hill on Feb 25, 2004
    based on 41 ratings
     | 1,321 views

    Christ’s death was payment for all men’s sin. All are responsible for his crucifixion

    Modern medicine has given hope for a longer life to many people through organ transplants. Most transplants are done with organs from a dead person being removed, matched in a database with qualified candidates whose own organ(s) is failing. Despite all of the transplant technology one difficulty ...read more