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  • Sabbath: Enjoy The Rest Of Your Life Series

    Contributed by David Dykes on Jan 24, 2018
    based on 3 ratings
     | 18,241 views

    Who said Sunday is the new Sabbath? Roman Emperor Constantine did in 321 A.D. The Roman Catholic Church did. The Church of England did, and the Puritans did. But the Bible never did.

    INTRODUCTION The wife of a man who died assumed they had plenty of money so she gave him a very nice funeral and a fancy tombstone that said, “Rest in Peace.” However, when the estate was settled she learned he had wasted all their money on gambling and bad investments. This made her so angry ...read more

  • At Calvary: Parable Of The Great Divide Series

    Contributed by Dixon Olu. David on Sep 19, 2012
     | 2,420 views

    Some anointed words, unparalleled in the history of man, flowed out on Mt. Calvary on that day preceding the Jewish Sabbath which happened to also be a special Sabbath, being the Passover. Those words transfigured that day from being a “Bad and Dark Frida

    AT CALVARY: PARABLE OF THE GREAT DIVIDE TEXT: LUKE 23: 33-43; JOHN 19: 28-31 Some anointed words, unparalleled in the history of man, flowed out on Mt. Calvary on that day preceding the Jewish Sabbath which happened to also be a special Sabbath, being the Passover. Those words transfigured ...read more

  • Stopping At The Mouth Of A Miracle

    Contributed by Larry Goodwin on Feb 6, 2001
    based on 100 ratings
     | 2,466 views

    Don’t allow cicumstances to keep you at arm’s length from you miracle

    There are a few points about our text that I would like to mention, while we are on our way to the message. #1, the Bible says that Mary visited the tomb early, when it was still dark. Matthew 28:1 actually says it was, "the end of the sabbath...," somewhere between 3 and 6 a.m. And whether you ...read more

  • Thank God, Jesus Did Not Purchase A Grave

    Contributed by Devon Witherspoon on May 23, 2005
    based on 20 ratings
     | 3,838 views

    Jesus the son of the living GOD created everything on this earth. Yet he came down from heaven to borrow Joseph tomb to demostrate his love and power.

    This text begins a few hours after the death of Jesus Christ. Understand that Jesus died around 3:00 o’clock in the afternoon or what they called in the King James version of the Bible the 9th hour. The evening was coming, but this evening was not an ordinary evening because it was the beginning ...read more

  • Never In A Month Of Sundays Series

    Contributed by David Hughes on Mar 14, 2008
    based on 4 ratings
     | 3,086 views

    In this message I consider what Sabbath meant to First Century Jews, how the first followers of Christ regarded Sabbath, and the implications for today’s Church.

    NEVER IN A MONTH OF SUNDAYS How do you spend your Sundays? Oh, I know that you usually come to church in the morning – that’s not in question. But what else do you do on Sundays, on the Sabbath? Perhaps, you go out for a family walk; or, wash the car; or, go shopping; or, maybe even go out to ...read more

  • Understanding The Sabbath

    Contributed by David Dewitt on Sep 2, 2010
    based on 6 ratings
     | 2,929 views

    Understanding the role of the Sabbath and how it impacts the Christian Church

    Understanding the Sabbath Genesis 2:1-3, Mark 2:23-28, Hebrews 4:9-11 July 11, 2010 Morning Service Introduction According to a Greek legend, in ancient Athens a man noticed the great storyteller Aesop playing childish games with some little boys. He laughed and jeered at Aesop, asking him ...read more

  • The Law And The Judgments Of God

    Contributed by Brian Chavarria on Nov 16, 2000
    based on 93 ratings
     | 603 views

    The Law and the Judgments of God

    The Law and the Judgments of God Introduction Since the rebellion in the garden, all mankind have been born with a rebellious nature which is inclined to reject what is good and wise and choose what is evil and foolish. "There is none righteous, no, not one; there is none who ...read more

  • Lesson 27: Preach Logically Series

    Contributed by I. G. Spong on Apr 3, 2018
     | 605 views

    Let's learn to apply logic to our sermons

    Lesson Goal I hope to teach how to preach logical sermons. Lesson Intro How do we recognize deception? How do we avoid self-deception? How often have we heard fellow Christians say things that seem rather half-baked and irrational? How often have people in the scientific or educational ...read more

  • Growth And Transformation Series

    Contributed by Warner Pidgeon on Jul 18, 2010
    based on 4 ratings
     | 2,220 views

    A fairly short talk given at an all-age baptism service as part of a series of talks entitled Jesus The Storyteller

    It was a Saturday - the Jewish Sabbath - and Jesus had just had compassion on a lady who had been crippled "for 18 years. She was bent over and could not straighten up at all" (13:11). Jesus did a wonderful thing. He placed his hands on her and healed her. She was delighted and praised God for her ...read more

  • Making Jesus Famous

    Contributed by Warner Pidgeon on Jan 27, 2010
     | 2,189 views

    A short but important sermon for a Wednesday morning Communion. Jesus made himself famous in the power of the Spirit in word and deed. We are called to do the same.

    Is news about Jesus travelling fast in Billericay? Perhaps for some people the news has come and gone and is now in the past, almost forgotten, occasionally recalled when something happens – a subconscious memory; a little bit like the Boxing Day Tsunami – when we think about it we ...read more

  • When The Truth Collides With Religious Beliefs Series

    Contributed by David Taylor on Feb 20, 2014
     | 1,976 views

    Being an Authentic Follower of Jesus: When the Truth Collides with Religious Beliefs

    Being an Authentic Follower of Jesus: When the Truth Collides with Religious Beliefs Luke 14:1-6 Jesus has left the large crowds and continues heading toward Jerusalem (9:51). It is a Saturday, the Jewish Sabbath, and a prominent leader of the Pharisees invites him to a Sabbath meal in an ...read more

  • When The Truth Collides With Religious Beliefs

    Contributed by David Taylor on Feb 27, 2014
     | 744 views

    Being an Authentic Follower of Jesus: When the Truth Collides with Religious Beliefs

    Being an Authentic Follower of Jesus: When the Truth Collides with Religious Beliefs Luke 14:1-6 Jesus has left the large crowds and continues heading toward Jerusalem (9:51). It is a Saturday, the Jewish Sabbath, and a prominent leader of the Pharisees invites him to a Sabbath meal in an ...read more

  • Skirmish With The Status Quo Series

    Contributed by Kevin Ruffcorn on Feb 2, 2012
    based on 2 ratings
     | 2,310 views

    Jesus begins his ministry and immediately clashes with the understanding of the people and the forces of evil. Jesus confronts the status quo of our live seeking to free us from the chains that bind us and to enable us to experience true freedom.

    Mark 1:21-28 “Skirmish with the Status Quo” INTRODUCTION The beginning of Mark’s gospel is in stark contrast to those of the other gospel writers. You do not find a boring list of Jesus’ ancestors, as you do in Matthew, nor the heartwarming story of Jesus’ ...read more

  • The Church At Smyrna Series

    Contributed by John Mccurry on Nov 28, 2007
    based on 1 rating
     | 1,286 views

    Smyrna

    Friday, February 24, 2006 The Seven Churches Smyrna Rev 2. 8 – 11 The Church of Smyrna; This as reference to the Church age of 100 A.D. to a little over 300 A.D., which was also the time of great persecution in the Church. 1000’s if not millions were killed for there faith in ...read more

  • The Trial Of Our Christian Faith

    Contributed by Craig Condon on Sep 10, 2015
     | 1,767 views

    When we talk to the genuinely curious, we show God’s love. We show that we want to be with God and want others to be with him. We will love the things and people that he loves. We will hate the things and people that he hates. We will love others.

    The reading we heard from John 5:30-47 a few minutes ago takes place during a “trial”, but it was not held in a courtroom. Jesus had just healed the paralyzed man at the pool of Bethsaida, and the healing took place on the Jewish Sabbath. The Jews had strict rules about what could and ...read more