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  • Are You Dead Enough, Yet ?

    Contributed by Jeremy Poling on Jan 14, 2008
    based on 6 ratings
     | 2,990 views

    Must die to live

    Are You Dead Enough, Yet ? Joh 11:1 Now a certain man was sick, named Lazarus, of Bethany, the town of Mary and her sister Martha. Joh 11:2 (It was that Mary which anointed the Lord with ointment, and wiped his feet with her hair, whose brother Lazarus was sick.) Joh 11:3 Therefore his ...read more

  • Ask-A-Pastor.com (2 Out Of 4) Series

    Contributed by Mark Mcnees on May 16, 2007
    based on 1 rating
     | 2,065 views

    A series where people emailed in questions and we gave them a biblical answer.

    Ask A Pastor Does God Care? By Pastor Mark McNees This message was originally given at Element3 Church in Tallahassee FL. To download this message’s corresponding PowerPoint, audio, and artistic elements for free please visit www.element3.org. Questions: 1. Why does God let bad things ...read more

  • If You Had Been Here Series

    Contributed by Sherm Nichols on Dec 31, 2007
    based on 3 ratings
     | 2,820 views

    Effectively bringing people to life in Jesus will take commitment, compassion, and conviction like that of Jesus. - based on raising of Lazarus

    It was just 2 weeks ago that our parking lot out here was filled with emergency vehicles. There was a fire truck, ambulance, and police car. Even the St. John’s helicopter landed out there! That was all part of the fall kickoff for the children’s ministry. I appreciate the people who serve in ...read more

  • "The Delays Of Love" Series

    Contributed by John Hamby on Dec 11, 2007
    based on 10 ratings
     | 5,447 views

    # 30 in series. Three important truths, 1)Even Those Jesus Loves Gets Sick, 2)God’s Timing Is Frequently Different Than Ours and 3)Even When God Says No It Is For Our Good.

    A Study of the Book of John Sermon # 30 “The Delays of Love” John 11:1-16 This morning I am going to talk about “the” most difficult problem you have to face as a Christian. It might be interesting to conduct ...read more

  • Jesus, The Resurrection And Life Series

    Contributed by Carl Allen on Dec 12, 2007
    based on 2 ratings
     | 1,700 views

    With the raising of Lazarus and with Jesus’ pronouncement that he is the Resurrection and the Life, the revelation is complete. Now the readers and hearers know the identity of this one born in Bethlehem. Now the meaning and message of Christmas has bee

    Jesus, the Resurrection and the Life John 11:1-6, 33-35, 38-44 Intro The raising of Lazarus is the climax of John’s gospel. The first half of his story has been devoted to “signs” pointing to the identity of Jesus, called the Christ. The reader has seen that Jesus is called by many names: ...read more

  • Death And Life Series

    Contributed by Kevin Ruffcorn on Mar 24, 2014
     | 3,945 views

    Jesus is the resurrection and the life. We see this in his raising of Lazarus, in our everyday lives, and at the time when we face death.

    John 11:1-44 “Death and Life” INTRODUCTION God’s ways are not our ways. We spend a great deal of time reminding ourselves of this truth, while at the same time attempting to figure out what God’s ways really are. In the gospel lesson today, we see this question ...read more

  • The Man With 2 Obituaries Series

    Contributed by Rick Burdette on Mar 26, 2014
    based on 1 rating
     | 4,674 views

    God's glory, belief, hope, the resurrection

    John 11:1-4 (p. 748) March 30, 2014 Introduction: Have you ever been someplace that you didn’t want to leave? Like it’s the last day of your vacation...You’re at the beach or lounging around the pool and you think...”Hey, maybe I’ll just ...read more

  • "The Resurrection And The Life"

    Contributed by Kenneth Sauer on Apr 4, 2014
     | 3,222 views

    A sermon about being raised to new life.

    John 11:1-45 "The Resurrection and The Life" Right before our Gospel Lesson for this morning, in John Chapter 10, Jesus had been in Jerusalem for a Jewish Festival. At this festival, we are told in John 10:24, that a mob circled around Him and asked Him, "How long will you test our ...read more

  • Do You Believe, Do You Truly Believe?

    Contributed by J Jeffrey Smead on Apr 5, 2014
    based on 50 ratings
     | 32,842 views

    When Jesus said, "I am the resurrection and the life," He was clearly claiming that He was the source of both After He shares this truth Jesus turns to Martha and says ' Do You Believe This?" Beloved, Do you believe this? Do "You" truly believe.

    For those not familiar with an Anglican Service there are four readings of Scripture prior to the Message. The Scripture for this day were Ezekiel 37:1-14; Psalm 130; Romans 8:6-11 and John 11:1-45 An elderly man who lived alone in Idaho.....wanted to till his sizable potato garden, ....but it ...read more

  • Come Forth

    Contributed by Dave Clark on Apr 7, 2014
     | 5,793 views

    A call to come out of the ways of death into the ways of life.

    Come Forth John 11:1-45 April 6, 2014 Rev. David J. Clark The story begins with a request for Jesus to hurry to the aid of his deathly-ill friend, Lazarus. But Jesus delays. He sent messengers back to Lazarus’ home, saying “the sickness is not unto death.” Jesus made a ...read more

  • Invisible. Inspiring, Instructing Icon

    Contributed by Mack Armstrong on May 16, 2008
    based on 1 rating
     | 2,009 views

    Three adults in John’s Gospel are the product of a very dedicated and devout mother. Although never named in the Bible, this mother cast a big shadow.

    John 11:1-5 INVISIBLE, INSPIRING, INSTRUCTING ICON I. IDENTITY: A. Invisible. B. Industrious. C. Influential. II. ISSUES: A. Imitators. B. Inclusiveness. C. Inspiring. III. IMPACT: A. Immeasurable. B. Immortal. C. Imitational. My Mother’s Day ...read more

  • 2 Big Questions

    Contributed by Bob Joyce on Aug 1, 2007
    based on 14 ratings
     | 3,844 views

    Encouragement for those times when God seems silent.

    Two Big Questions John 11 This story in our text is probably one of the most familiar stories in the New Testament. It is the story of the death and resurrection of Lazarus, and we’re all familiar with that ... how Jesus called Lazarus back from the dead. But I want you to look at perhaps ...read more

  • Raising Lazarus Series

    Contributed by Rick Stacy on Sep 24, 2007
    based on 6 ratings
     | 28,597 views

    5 of 5 messages on the miracles of Jesus. This message is focused on the idea that God has a plan and we need to trust his divine strategy to reveal his glory through our lives.

    We live in a world that is preoccupied with death Lot’s of movies are all about death – chick flicks or shoot em up guy movies. It doesn’t matter. One of the main theme’s is death. The more modern day movie that I really, really like, “Sixth Sense.” Anybody like Sixth Sense? Yeah, ...read more

  • La Inhabilidad Total

    Contributed by Josue Martinez on Nov 17, 2008
     | 2,559 views

    ¿Puede el hombre en su estado de pecado hacer algo para ser salvo? Los calvinistas dicen que no; los arminianos dicen que sí.

    LA INHABILIDAD TOTAL Ha sido mi costumbre, domingo tras domingo exponer ante ustedes la Palabra de Dios, esto nos protege de enseñar pensamientos humanos, pensamientos filosóficos y personales. Hace un tiempo hablamos de la doctrina de la Elección Incondicional y allí se quedó establecido que ...read more

  • Unbind Us All

    Contributed by Joseph Smith on Dec 20, 2008
    based on 2 ratings
     | 2,576 views

    Funeral sermon for Richard Dean Lewis, a young man who had a great deal of potential, and whose death caused his family to rethink their relationships.

    There is no binding so tight as the one we wind for ourselves. Others may strap you into a seat or use restraints on your hospital bed, but those are never so confining as the bindings with which we confine ourselves. For the bindings we use on ourselves are generally so snug that we cannot ...read more