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  • Does Jesus Understand Me?

    Contributed by Ty Tamasaka on Apr 30, 2012
    based on 3 ratings

    In this sermon for youth, we learn about how judgment is when we wet what we deserve, mercy is when we don't get what we deserve, and grace is when we get what we don't deserve.

    Sticky Situations Does Jesus Understand Me? JUDGEMENT, MERCY, and GRACE Some of you are Christians.  You’ve learned the importance of putting your faith and trust in Jesus Christ.  I want to ask you a hard question. Let’s say that you helped a small group of people to more

  • The Man Who Understood A Woman

    Contributed by John Lowe on Aug 5, 2013
    based on 1 rating

    Why do women you know go back home after the visit to the ER or the domestic violence shelter? Why does she call the police, and then refuse to press charges? Why does she go from one alcoholic to another? You have met her. Maybe someone here is her!

    16 November 2005 “The Man Who Understood A Woman ” John 4:7-4:26 The title of the lesson this morning is “The Man Who Understood A Woman.” I knew more

  • The One Who Understands Series

    Contributed by Jonathan Mcleod on May 5, 2008

    Jesus understands the difficulties that we face.

    [To receive free weekly sermons by email, please contact] Why is the question “Who is Jesus?” the ultimate question? • Because Jesus is the ultimate person. Origen, in the third century, told of a village with a huge statue—so immense that no one could see exactly who more

  • But I Have Prayed For Thee

    Contributed by Derrick Strickland on Feb 25, 2016
    based on 1 rating

    We are all thankful for the power of sincere prayer warriors in our lives, but Jesus wants us to know what he told Simon Peter that day… “but, I have prayed for thee.”

    INTRO: 1. ILL. C.S. Lewis was one of the greatest intellectuals to ever live. He was a Christian and a professor at Cambridge. His writings have led multitudes of thinkers to understand the brilliance of God and the christian faith. Once someone asked C.S. Lewis, "Why do the righteous suffer?" more

  • The Power Of Shared Suffering

    Contributed by David Simmons on Nov 26, 2000
    based on 114 ratings

    Because Jesus understands our suffering, we do not suffer alone.

    INTRODUCTION If I were writing the Bible, I probably would have left this passage out. After all, we have here not the image of the powerful Messiah that I would like to show off, but the figure of fear and frailty. For centuries we have recognized that Jesus was all God and all man, but here it more

  • Healing A Broken Heart Series

    Contributed by Jim Pritchett on Jan 12, 2011
    based on 6 ratings

    God can heal your deepest pain. Jesus is with you. Jesus understands.

    Healing a Broken Heart Part 2 of a 4 Part Series Jim Pritchett Swift Creek Community Church A few years back, a newspaper in Nashville was doing a series of articles on people who were suffering from a broken heart. They wrote to pastors asking them to consider submitting the names of more

  • Been There; Been Tempted To Do That

    Contributed by Horace Wimpey on Oct 12, 2012
    based on 3 ratings

    As our High Priest, Jesus understands our struggles and temptations and gives us access to God.

    Been There, Been Tempted To Do That Hebrews 4:14-16 Intro: A man had placed a claim with his insurance company for injuries that he had received and they sent him a letter asking him to explain and justify his claim. This is his reply. . Dear Sirs, I was recently moving 500 pounds of bricks more

  • Jesus Is Lord Of The Sabbath

    Contributed by Freddy Fritz on Aug 24, 2013
    based on 3 ratings

    The analysis of Jesus as lord of the Sabbath as set forth in Luke 6:1-5 shows us Jesus' understanding of his own identity.

    Scripture In our study of Luke’s Gospel we come now to the sixth chapter. Luke introduced Jesus to his readers in Luke 1:1-4:13. Then in Luke 4:14-9:50 he described the ministry of Jesus. One notable feature of Jesus’ ministry was the growing opposition to him. Luke described more

  • The Fourth Word From The Cross: Anguish Series

    Contributed by Norm Beckett on Apr 18, 2001
    based on 188 ratings

    When we feel most betrayed, Jesus understands, for he experienced total abandonment. When we feel most alone, the truth and reality is that we are not.

  • The Boy Jesus

    Contributed by Rodney Buchanan on Dec 4, 2005
    based on 33 ratings

    The mystery of the incarnation helps us to know: 1. God’s strength is in his apparent weakness. 2. Jesus understands the human condition. 3. God’s desire is to be with us.

    A new trend is literally turning a longstanding Christmas tradition on its head. Hammacher Schlemmer, a retail company based in New York, is offering a unique yuletide decoration: the Upside-Down Christmas Tree. The tree is seven feet tall and pre-lit with over 800 commercial grade lights, and more

  • Your Big Brother Jesus

    Contributed by Charles Salmon on Aug 19, 2004
    based on 21 ratings

    Your older brother, Jesus, understands your problems and temptations. He will protect you against the world’s biggest bully. He will deliver you from your greatest threat - death.

    Your Big Brother Jesus Heb. 2:14, 15 INTRO.: I’ve never had an older brother. I am an older brother, so I know a little of what it’s like. An older brother is someone who sticks up for you in a fight and blames you when Mom is angry. He gets the new clothes first and you have to wear more

  • Getting Real With Your Friends Series

    Contributed by Joseph Smith on Sep 2, 2007

    Jesus understands us as we are, but loves us into what we may become. With Peter, he loved the Type A person; with James, the passive-aggressive; with John, the immature -- all into effectiveness. Montgomery Hills Baptist Church

    History is full of stories of betrayal. Those who look like friends sometimes turn on you. Some of us have friends who would sell us for even less than Judas’ thirty pieces of silver if they could! Personally, I wish I could get at least ten cents on the dollar for everything I have loaned to more

  • Breakthrough Spirituality Series

    Contributed by Brad Bailey on Jul 17, 2009
    based on 3 ratings

    Have you ever felt like a spiritual hypocrite? Good news… Jesus understands… and he came not to condemn us… but to call us out… from outward religion to real life and relationship with God.

    Breakthrough Spirituality Brad Bailey – February 25, 2007 (Much of the ‘commentary’ notes used in prep for this message are from or adapted from Don Williams, KingdomRain website study on Gospel of Mark Such commentary was never read but merely serves as ideas that were drawn on and more

  • Storms

    Contributed by Lou Nicholes on Oct 12, 2004
    based on 10 ratings

    This life is full of the storms of sorrow, problems and anxiety but Jesus understands and wants to replace our fear when we place our faith in Him and realize He is in the storm with us.

  • Jesus: How To Be A Follower In Times Of Despair Series

    Contributed by Rick Long on Feb 12, 2004
    based on 79 ratings

    Fourth in the series "Meet the Cast." As you study Jesus’ life you realize that even though He did not lay aside his deity, He did humble himself as a man, to serve all humanity. So Jesus understands what we are facing in our lives.

    I love the way “The Passion of The Christ” movie begins, with the reminder that 400 years before Jesus was born his sacrifice was foretold in a vivid way. Isaiah 53:5 (LB) But he was wounded and bruised for our sins. He was beaten that we might have peace; he was lashed--and we were more