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  • "revealed, Recognized, And The Faith To Follow" (Sermon 4 On The Gospel Of John 2021) Series

    Contributed by Gordon Weatherby on Mar 29, 2021

    This message deals with some of the early disciples of Christ, and how they responded to him when they recognized him as the Messiah

    REVEALED, RECOGNIZED, AND THE FAITH TO FOLLOW John 1:35-51 Greenmount and O’Leary Churches of Christ February 07, 2021 Video Link: INTRODUCTION: 1.) Revealed, Recognized, and Respected with our faith! 2.) The Gospel of John is the revealing Jesus as the more

  • Lent 2021 - Who Has Believed Our Message Series

    Contributed by Stephen Belokur on Mar 20, 2021

    Isaiah 53 is one of the most profound messianic prophecies found in all of the Old Testament and it asks a simple but convicting question, "Who has believed our message?" What message are we declaring? Is it the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth?

    Who Has Believed Our Message Please stand with me as we go over our current memory Scripture: Matthew 5:3-5 “Blessed are the poor in spirit, for theirs is the kingdom of heaven. Blessed are those who mourn, for they shall be comforted. Blessed are the meek, for they shall inherit the more

  • Philip Series

    Contributed by Glenn Pease on Mar 18, 2021

    Philip, like all the other Apostles, was unique. He had his own strengths and weaknesses. He is another proof that Jesus can and does use people of all different natures.

    If Simon the Zealot was a right-winger and Matthew the Publican a left- winger, Philip was a cautious middle of the roader. He had both liberal and conservative leanings. His background was one of mixed influence. His name, for example, tell us something of his home life. Philip is a Greek name, more

  • Follow Me

    Contributed by Gaither Bailey on Jan 21, 2021

    God calls everyone to some sort of ministry n a variety of locations.

    Follow Me John 1: 43 - 51 Intro: This morning, I want to talk about evangelism by telling you about 2 fishermen. Fisherman #1 we will call Nate. He went and bought the best fishing rod, reel and bait he could find. He brought them home and went to his backyard swimming pool. There he dropped more

  • Led To The Lord

    Contributed by Mary Erickson on Jan 18, 2021

    "One lighted torch leads to another." From the beginning of Jesus' ministry to the present times, the gospel of Jesus Christ has been passed down from person to person through a simple invitation, "come and see."

    January 17, 2021 Hope Lutheran Church Rev. Mary Erickson John 1:43-51 Led to the Lord Friends, may grace and peace be yours in abundance in the knowledge of God and Christ Jesus our Lord. “One lighted torch serves to light another.” Swiss Theologian Frederick Godet used this image to describe more

  • Can Anything Good Come Out Of...?

    Contributed by John Pingel on Jan 16, 2021

    Sermon for the Second Sunday after the Epiphany

    Epiphany II John 1: 46 "Nazareth? Can anything good come from there?" Nathanael asked. “Can anything good come out of….?” You fill in the blank. This phrase—“Can anything good come out of?”—is found within the story of Jesus calling his first disciples, John chapter more

  • God's Call

    Contributed by I. G. Spong on Jan 12, 2021

    God can interrupt us via an epiphany, a theophany, or a revelation to call us. Let’s learn about God’s call. Let’s look at Jesus calling Philip and Nathaniel in John 1:43-51.

  • "can Anything Good Come From Me?"

    Contributed by Kenneth Sauer on Jan 11, 2021
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    A sermon for those of us who have self doubt, self hatred.

    “Can Anything Good Come from Me?” John 1:43-51 Jesus finds Philip and then says to him: “Follow me.” After this, Phillip runs to tell his friend Nathanael, “We have found the one Moses wrote about in the Law, and about whom the prophets also wrote—Jesus of Nazareth, the son of Joseph.” At more

  • Will You Come And Follow Me?

    Contributed by Ian Bullock on Jan 8, 2021

    As we think about the calling of Nathaniel, we reflect on some of the symbology of the scripture, and think about how we are called to discipleship ourselves.

    In the name of the Father, Son and Holy Spirit. Amen. Hymns can be subjective, depending on who is listening to them, someone may think that a particular hymn is beautifully written, and someone else may feel that its dreadful. Choosing Hymns for worship is a minefield, will the congregation know more

  • Even The Angels Will Serve Series

    Contributed by W Pat Cunningham on Sep 25, 2020

    Today we are at the beginning of what could be a terrible time in the history of the Catholic Church and all the communities who call themselves Christian.

    Tuesday of 26th Week in Course 2020 Michael, Gabriel and the Archangels Today is a special day for me and my family. My birth name was Michael, and the day reminds me to thank, in spirit, the woman who bore me and gave me to my adoptive parents, who taught me the faith and gave me a loving more

  • There Was A Priest Series

    Contributed by Bradford Reaves on Sep 25, 2020

    Does God hear our prayers? What will we do when He sends an answer?

    Grace Community Church Winchester, VA Rev. Bradford Reaves, Sr. Pastor Watch this message at: Introduction Does God hear our prayers? That’s a question we have all asked. Does God really hear me? I remember several years ago, I returned home more

  • The Gospel Of John (Lesson 2): Handpicked Eyewitnesses Series

    Contributed by Joshua Blackmon on Jun 17, 2020

    God has chosen us for a specific purpose at this time in human history. If we will follow Him, he will lead us into the fullness of His truth. We must order our loves rightly.

    John 1:19-51 Contrasts characterize the Gospel of John. John presents two alternatives: Light or darkness, Truth or falsehood, Life, or death. Some words that we encounter repeatedly are Truth and witness, testify, bear witness, and record. The fourth Gospel uses these words 47 times. The other more

  • Where Is Your Nathanael?

    Contributed by Pastor Amos Dele Dada on Jun 10, 2020

    No doubt the book of John is regarded as the book of love. John the disciple who was “the son of thunder” encountered love and that changed his life and apparently his approach to life which he demonstrated in all his writings

    “Philip went to look for Nathanael and told him, “We have found the very person Moses and the prophets wrote about! His name is Jesus, the son of Joseph from Nazareth.” 46 “Nazareth!” exclaimed Nathanael. “Can anything good come from Nazareth?” “Come and see for yourself,” Philip replied.” John 1: more

  • Three Trees

    Contributed by Rev. Chris Swanson on Mar 26, 2020
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    Long ago there were three trees. One a fig tree, one a sycamore tree, and the last tree we know not what type it was. Regardless, of what the last tree was made of, we want to look at the significance of the three trees.

    John 1:45-51 – one man under a tree Nathanael – under condemnation Nazareth was scorned by the Jews due to the Roman army that was stationed there. Nathanael's remark undoubtedly mirrored the public view. Philip found Nathanael and said that they had found Jesus of Nazareth, the one Moses more

  • Nathanael Series

    Contributed by Troy Borst on Mar 25, 2020
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    Nathanael's call; focusing on truthfulness and prayerful seeking God.

    NATHANAEL John 1:43-51 #John1 INTRODUCTION… Nathaniel Hawthorne is perhaps the most famous person named Nathaniel. He was an American novelist who wrote the “Scarlet Letter” that you probably read in school. Nathaniel Adams Coles otherwise known as more