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  • Palm Sunday

    Contributed by Revd. Martin Dale on Apr 3, 2004
    based on 36 ratings
     | 3,916 views

    Palm Sunday reveals to us the motif of Jesus’ Messiahship - The Suffering Servant

    Thornage/ Stiffkey 04-04-04 This morning’s Gospel reading describes Jesus’ Triumphal entry into Jerusalem - which happened at the beginning of one of the most momentous weeks in Antiquity – in AD 29. Resume. Jesus decided to go into Jerusalem, even though it was a dangerous place for him. ...read more

  • Andrew Lloyd Weber, A Journalist And 3 Guys Called 'jesus'

    Contributed by Michael Bird on Jan 15, 2002
    based on 94 ratings
     | 3,145 views

    Examines various depicitions of who people say Jesus is and gives and exposition of Mk 8 concerning the confession of Jesus’ Messiahship

    Mark 8:27-9:1 – Andrew Lloyd Weber, a Journalist and Three Guys Called Jesus. Introduction The odd sermon title is a smoke screen for a question I’d like to ask: “Who is Jesus?” It is the same question that the disciples asked when Jesus’ calmed the waters. Whether you’re an atheist or a ...read more

  • Blinded

    Contributed by Lou Nicholes on Nov 8, 2004
    based on 7 ratings
     | 879 views

    The disciples’ refusal to understand Jesus’ Messiahship blinded them to the truth of His death and resurrection.

    THOUGHTS ABOUT THE PASSAGE: On the way down from the mountain top experience, Jesus commands these three disciples not to tell anyone what they had seen "till the Son of Man be risen from the dead" (v.9). It would not really be understood until after the resurrection, which would be proof that ...read more

  • Following Christ

    Contributed by Dan Santiago on Mar 14, 2007
    based on 1 rating
     | 2,001 views

    Christian should understand the real essence of following Christ.

    FOLLOWING THE CHRIST Matthew 16:21-28 God did not call us to be saved but to be followers of Christ. Examples: • Simon Peter and Andrew – “follow me” • James and John – “follow me” • Matthew – “follow me” • Rich man – “follow me” What does it mean to follow ...read more

  • The Privilege Of Living A Holy Life

    Contributed by Dennis Selfridge on Jul 6, 2002
    based on 44 ratings
     | 5,568 views

    The way God’s people should live.

    THE PRIVILEGE OF LIVING A HOLY LIFE DT 7 When you’re in your 90s and looking back, it’s not going to be how much money you made or how many awards you’ve won. It’s really "What did you stand for? Did you make a positive difference for people?" -- Elizabeth Dole, Politician "Everyone ...read more

  • What Are Your Expectations Of The Messiah?

    Contributed by Philip Gill on Feb 10, 2003
    based on 51 ratings
     | 4,182 views

    If John the Baptist had to make sure Jesus was the Messiah it may well have been because there were several examples upon which the expected messiah could be modelled. What are our expectations of the Messiah?

    When John heard in prison what the Messiah was doing, he sent word by his disciples and said to him, "Are you the one who is to come, or are we to wait for another?" Jesus answered them, "Go and tell John what you hear and see: the blind receive their sight, the lame walk, the lepers are cleansed, ...read more

  • Life Walks In

    Contributed by Clark Tanner on Dec 6, 2000
    based on 105 ratings
     | 1,832 views

    Jairus’ daughter

    This account from the synoptics of the raising of the twelve year old daughter of Jairus, teaches us lessons on the compassion, the wisdom and the power of our Lord. Among commentators there are differing opinions concerning the actual physical state of the girl previous to her visit from ...read more

  • Shaken Series

    Contributed by Cesar Verdeflor on Feb 9, 2006
    based on 7 ratings
     | 2,705 views

    The people surrounding the virgin birth of Jesus were shaken in different fashion—whether they were moved to praise God, or stimulated into humble submission or was agitated or shook up to insecurity, the thing to remember is that around the time of Chris

    The whole earth shook not because of an earthquake; nor a meteor at a high speed hit the earth with a loud explosion. The whole earth shook not because of another volcano that’s been asleep for a long time awoke then suddenly erupted. The whole earth and its inhabitants were shaken when the Son of ...read more

  • Throw Your Cloak Aside

    Contributed by Douglas Phillips on Apr 15, 2018
     | 4,554 views

    IT'S TIME TO TRADE IN THE CLOAK OF BLINDNESS FOR THE BEAUTIFUL ROBE OF RIGHTEOUSNESS. YOU CAN FIND IT AT THE FOOT OF THE CROSS.

    THROW YOUR CLOAK ASIDE MARK 10: 46-52 SOMETIMES THE MOST INSIGNIFICANT OF DETAILS, CAN BE PROFOUNDLY IMPORTANT TO THE CONTEXT OF THE STORY. WE MAY QUESTION WHY THE WRITER INCLUDED THEM, ONLY TO FIND OUT LATER THAT THESE DETAILS ARE OF VITAL IMPORTANCE. SUCH IS THE CASE FOR BARTIMAEUS ...read more

  • A Man Of The Spirit, A Man Of The Word, A Man Of God

    Contributed by Leonard Cook on May 26, 2007
    based on 7 ratings
     | 1,706 views

    The importance of this narrative to the individual Christian is quite clear. Christ being the example for the church today, we as the body should exemplify similar characteristics. We need to be people of the Spirit, people of the Word and people of the

    Mathew 4:1-11 This is a powerfully written story, where Matthew creates an atmosphere of suspense, irony, artistry, and realism. It is an ideal romantic narrative, which unfolds in the center of a character foil and temptation plot motif as its primary literary construction. The suspense unfolds ...read more

  • Who Is This Person, Christ?

    Contributed by Ricky Johnson on Sep 15, 2006
    based on 1 rating
     | 995 views

    This sermon opens our thoughts to some possibilites of how the apostles and early church viewed Jesus, and the revelance for today.

    Who is this person we call the Christ? “…on the way He asked His disciples, ‘Who do people say that I am?’” Have you ever given much consideration to this question? “And they answered Him, ‘John the Baptist; and others, Elijah; and still others, one of the prophets.’” What does this tell us ...read more

  • Christ's Entry Into Jerusalem

    Contributed by Cesar Delgado on Apr 3, 2006
    based on 15 ratings
     | 5,516 views

    In these particulars section of scriptures show us about JESUS claims to be LORD and SAVIOR; and the misconception or misunderstanding of the crowds regarding the LORD’S MESSIAHSHIP.

    CHRIST’S ENTRY INTO JERUSALEM John 12:12-19 (Matt. 21:1-11;Luke 19:28-40;Mark 11:1-11) Good News Christian Fellowship BUCAS. Daraga Albay April 9, 2006 Introduction Jesus’ entry into Jerusalem began the last week of His life. It is what we call Holy Week or Palm Sunday. He had ...read more

  • "The Transfiguration Of Our Lord.”

    Contributed by Dr. Jerry Morrissey on Feb 21, 2002
    based on 183 ratings
     | 18,238 views

    Year A 2nd Sunday of Lent Alternate Reading Matthew 17: 1-9 Title: “The Transfiguration of Our Lord.”

    Year A 2nd Sunday of Lent Alternate Reading Matthew 17: 1-9 Title: “The Transfiguration of Our Lord.” Jesus takes Peter, James and John up onto a mountain where he is transfigured before them. The Transfiguration scene is yet another step or stop along the way of ...read more

  • Definition And Biblical Basis Of The Church Series

    Contributed by Clyde Grimes on Jun 25, 2003
    based on 39 ratings
     | 6,373 views

    3 of 18 messages on moving toward greater health as a church.

    Definition and Biblical Basis of the Church (NTC4T-3) I. The Church Defined A. What it is not 1. A denomination 2. To be confused with Israel 3. The same as the kingdom of God B. What it is 1. Universal Church 2. Local body II. The Biblical Basis of the Church A. A covenant ...read more

  • Broken Body & A Borrowed Tomb Series

    Contributed by Matthew Kratz on Apr 3, 2012
    based on 1 rating
     | 9,578 views

    In the death of Jesus we see God’s Directing: God’s: 1) The Rich (Mt. 27:57–60), 2) The Relatives (Mt. 27:61), 3) The Religious (Mt. 27:62–66)

    One of the majestic attributes of God is His absolute sovereignty, His supreme rulership and ultimate control over all things in the universe. He has created and He sustains all things that exist, and He ordains and brings to pass all things that happen. Nowhere in Scripture is God’s incredible ...read more