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  • Graveside Service PRO Sermon

    Contributed by Sermon Spark on Sep 27, 2023
    based on 3 ratings

    The promise of Jesus Christ in John 11:25 offers us hope beyond despair, comfort in knowing we are never alone, and the power to change our lives through faith in His resurrection.

    Good morning, Church. Today, we're going to dive into the deep end of faith, exploring the hope, comfort, and power found in the life, death, and resurrection of Jesus Christ. Our guide will be John 11:25, "Jesus said to her, ‘I am the resurrection and the life. The one who believes in me will more

  • From The Ashes - Resurrection Premium Sermon

    Contributed by PRO Premium on Oct 9, 2023
    based on 3 ratings

    This sermon will explore the significance of Jesus Christ's resurrection, its central role in Christianity, and how believers can find hope and transformation through it.

    It’s EASTER Sunday, He is Risen! If you’re a new believer you should know that Easter is far and away the most important Christian day of remembrance. It’s a day when we celebrate the empty tomb and Christ's resurrection from the dead! We have the benefit of knowing how the story ended 2000 years more

  • It’s Not Over PRO Sermon

    Contributed by Sermon Spark on Sep 29, 2023
    based on 3 ratings

    Highlight the hope, restoration, and power that comes from faith in Jesus, as demonstrated in the story of Lazarus' resurrection in the Gospel of John.

    Good morning, brothers and sisters in Christ. The beauty of the Gospel is that it brings hope, restoration, and power in the midst of despair. We are not abandoned to our circumstances, but rather, we have a Savior who comes into our darkest hours with light and life. As Philip Yancey once said, more

  • Honey, Please Follow The Map

    Contributed by Johnny Bley on Feb 11, 2002
    based on 47 ratings

    When we we are lost or confused on our life’s journey, we can check the MAPS to find our way back to the straight and narrow path.

    “Honey, Please Follow the Map!” John 11:25-26 Ladies, do these words sound familiar? Have you ever been traveling and you’ve lost your way, and the only solution was to consult the map? Well, we are like this in our spiritual lives aren’t we? We know where we want to go, but somewhere more

  • "The Raising Of Lazarus"

    Contributed by Gary Smith on Apr 5, 2002
    based on 61 ratings

    The message deals with the Power & Authority of Jesus over physical death as well as spiritual death.

    This Sermon Was Prepared For Lexington Church Of God for use Sunday Night April 7th, 2002 “The Raising Of Lazarus” TEXT: John 11: 1-15 (NKJV) INTRODUCTION: A. I believe that there is more to this story of Jesus raising Lazarus from the dead than most realize. For this more

  • Double Cross

    Contributed by Alison Bucklin on Aug 9, 2001
    based on 34 ratings

    You can only get the right perspective on the cross if you look at it from two angles: from the angle of suffering and sacrifice, and the angle of resurrection and victory.

    DOUBLE CROSS Did you know that some people are right-eyed and some people are left-eyed? It’s true. Point at something 10 or 20 feet away - that’s right, hold out your finger. Then close your left eye. If you don’t have to move your finger, you’re right-eyed. If you have to move your finger more

  • Friends, Funerals And Faith

    Contributed by Greg Nance on Mar 16, 2002
    based on 196 ratings

    Jesus joins with us in our sorrows and understands our grief. His friendship with us assures us that death’s sting is dead.

    Friends, Funerals and Faith John 11:1-45 Clayton Lockhart has told me time and again that Terrill Mosley was a true friend to him. I have a picture on my desk of my dad shaking hands with Clayton at our Christmas party in 1999, and Terrill is sitting right beside him with a big grin on his more

  • Jesus Raised The Dead Series

    Contributed by Robert Galasso on Mar 4, 2002
    based on 84 ratings

    If you would like to see God working in your life, believe what he says and act upon that belief.

    Introduction: Have you ever wondered why God does not do things the way that you would do them? Why is it that he is never in a hurry or pressed by the urgency of the hour? In this account, Jesus Christ continued about his business after being given the news that his friend Lazarus was very ill. more

  • The Power Of The Resurrection

    Contributed by Timothy Proctor Sr. D. Min on Mar 12, 2002
    based on 116 ratings

    We only look at the resurrection as far as we can see it, oh but only look at it for what is really is. It’s was then, it is now, and it will forever will be right now. Know Jesus in the Power of the Resurrection.

    23 Jesus said to her, “Your brother will rise again.” 24 Martha answered, “I know he will rise again in the resurrection at the last day.” 25 Jesus said to her, “I am the resurrection and the life. He who believes in me will live, even though he dies; 26 and whoever lives and believes in me will more

  • I Am The Resurrection And The Life Series

    Contributed by Revd. Martin Dale on Mar 12, 2002
    based on 377 ratings

    Jesus said: I am the Resurrection and the Life. What are the consequences?

    “I am Resurrection and the Life” - John 11:25 I would like to focus this evening on seven words from this morning’s reading: Jesus said “I am the resurrection and the Life” (Jn 11:25) 1. Introduction Friend after friend had stepped forward, hugged Martha and kissed her and said “Your brother more

  • Climbing Mountains, Tripping Over Stones Series

    Contributed by Richard White on Jan 23, 2002
    based on 21 ratings

    We can step out in faith and climb mountains, or we can keep to ourselves and trip over stones.

    Climbing over mountains, tripping over stones 1 Sam 17:1-57 and John 11:1-50 The style of this is actually segmented narrative, telling three stories at the same time and bringing them together at the end. 1st Story: (1 Sam. 17:1) 1SA 17:1 Now the Philistines gathered their forces for war and more

  • Saturday Is Not The End

    Contributed by Dennis Lawrence on Apr 12, 2001
    based on 107 ratings

    What a horrible Saturday Jesus’ disciples had, not understanding that Sunday, and His resurrection, were just ahead!

    Saturday is not the End April 14, 2001 Saturday can be quite an ‘in between day’ for people. As they live their lives, it’s the day between the end of the five-day working week, and Sunday- the real day off. It’s often the day for errands to be done and for catching up on everything that wasn’t more

  • Is There Life After Loss? Series

    Contributed by Dr. Fred W. Penney on Jan 7, 2001
    based on 234 ratings

    A message offering hope in the face of grief

    Title: Is There Life after Loss? Subject: How can we handle grief in a healthy way? Complement: By allowing Christ’s resurrection to speak hope into our grief. Preaching idea: There can be life after loss because Jesus’ resurrection gives us hope. Last Sunday a 14-year-old boy from downtown more

  • Struck By A Demon Series

    Contributed by Ronald Fair on Feb 6, 2001
    based on 98 ratings

    This is the sermon that Rev. Fair wrote for the Funeral service of his own 21 year old college honor student who committed suicide.

    Struck by a Demon Rev. Ronald L. Fair March 4, 2000 Good afternoon, my dearest church family, the family of God, friends of import, community leaders, Kappa Sigma Fraternity, and Greek Sorority friends, personal friends of Mark and special young people. Marcia, Alison and I express our deepest more

  • The Loveliest Lynchee Series

    Contributed by Joseph Smith on Feb 3, 2001
    based on 69 ratings

    The poetry of Gwendolyn Brooks, recently deceased African-American poet, illustrates how a commitment to justice begins with hope, turns to a sense of responsiblity, rises to act, but also acknowledges the depth of human sin.

    The dateline was to be Little Rock, Arkansas, September 1957. The story was to be about the vicious hatred of a city whose people were resisting justice and terrifying school children. Little Rock, Arkansas, where Governor Orval Faubus had become the symbol of massive resistance, and where an more