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  • God, Why Don't You Do Something Series

    Contributed by Richard Tow on Feb 15, 2004
    based on 29 ratings

    This sermon examines Jesus’ delay in coming to the aid of Martha, Mary and Lazarus. In it we see Martha’s struggle with disappointment culminating in a powerful expression of faith. A video clip from "The Greatest Story Ever Told" is used to help communic

    God, Why Don’t You Do Something? Fortifying the Foundations # 25 John 11:1-37[1] 12-28-03 There were obviously a lot of people who wondered why Jesus hadn’t done something to help his friend, Lazarus. Verse 37 “But some of them said, ‘could not he who opened the eyes of the blind man have kept more

  • Silent Answers

    Contributed by Bob Reish on Aug 7, 2004
    based on 28 ratings

    God’s answers are often in His silence

    Silent Answers John 11: 1-44 Opening illustration: When Jenelle was born I expected a to ¡§feel¡¨ ¡§something¡¨. I did not ¡§feel¡¨¡¨anything¡¨. I was disappointed because I had unrealistic expectations about something that I did not know about. We often get disappointed in God because we more

  • Anatomy Of A Resurrection

    Contributed by Stephen Todd on Aug 8, 2004
    based on 7 ratings

    The raising of Lazarus is a testimony to the power of Christ and His ability to rise from the dead.

    Sermon Notes Sunday, April 12, 1998 Introduction: Message: Resurrection Sunday 1. The anatomy of a resurrection. John 11:1-44 a. Scene one 11:1-16 Jesus hears of Lazarus’ illness yet purposefully delays till after Lazarus has died b. Scene two 11:17-37 Jesus interacts more

  • The Tears Of Jesus

    Contributed by Brian Atwood on Jul 8, 2003
    based on 129 ratings

    Let’s weep over the same things Christ wept over and not so much the other things we sometimes cry about.

    Surely Jesus is the manliest man who ever lived, for no one endured and suffered what He did. Yet the Bible clearly states that this strong man shed tears. "Jesus wept." He was a strong man, yet a man of great compassion. Since it was proper for Jesus to cry then certainly it is for us. But more

  • The Resurrection And The Life Series

    Contributed by Byron Harvey on Jul 16, 2003
    based on 124 ratings

    This is part 5 in a series I did on the 7 "I Am" statements of Jesus in John.

    June 15, 2003 John 11:1-44 “The Resurrection and the Life” INTRO Our text for the morning is John 11; we have a lengthy section of text, and so I’ve asked the Praise Team to help me with the reading of the Scripture this morning. If you’d like to turn in your Bibles and follow along, that’d more

  • The Proof In Lazarus Resurrection

    Contributed by Ron Macarthur on Feb 24, 2004
    based on 18 ratings

    A different look at the resurrection of Lazarus. Was it just a miracle or was there a much more dramatic reason for this occurance?

    The Proof In Lazarus Resurrection Luke 10:38-42. At the home of Martha and Mary. Jesus and His disciples were traveling when they came to a village (Bethany) where a woman named Martha opened her home to Him. The Amplified Bible says she “received and welcomed Him into her home.” Apparently more

  • Jesus' Power Over Death Series

    Contributed by Larry Hiles on Jun 16, 2004
    based on 56 ratings

    Jesus not only has the power over His own death, in this sermon you will see that Jesus has the power over death for all. 1. Jesus is compassionate 2. Jesus is in control 3. Jesus is the Christ

    Jesus’ Power Over Death John 11: 32-44 June 13, 2004 Death! Death is the great equalizer in life. We may all have different lives, come from different backgrounds, experience different joys and sorrows, but the one thing that links all mankind together is death. We are all going to die. Some more

  • "Jesus Wept"

    Contributed by Kenneth Sauer on Mar 11, 2005
    based on 31 ratings

    God came to us in human form; He felt our pain and sorrows, and all is not lost, for God so loves us.

    John 11:1-45 “Jesus Wept” By: Rev. Kenneth Sauer, Pastor of Parkview United Methodist Church, Newport News, VA Our nation is at war and young Americans and Iraqis are being killed every day. A judge, a bailiff and a court reporter have been shot and killed in a courtroom more

  • This May Be The Death Of Me, But It Won't Be The End Of Me! Series

    Contributed by Michael Brewster on Jun 10, 2005
    based on 8 ratings

    This last lesson in this series encourages the believer to ressurect their hope in things they have given up hope in in terms of those things that God has promised them. Though He delays it shall come to pass at the appointed time. Just as it did in the r

    This may be the death of me, but it won’t be the end of me. Day3 John 11:11,34-44 You shall rise again For the past two nights we have been examining this text in the book of John. We have discovered on the first night how that we are ever evolving and changing into what God would have us to be. more

  • Grave Clothes

    Contributed by James May on Jun 11, 2005
    based on 34 ratings

    Lazarus was still bound by grave clothes after his resurrection. Christians who have been born again are still bound by grave clothes as well. It’s time for us to help them get unwrapped and set free by the power of God.

    GRAVE CLOTHES By Pastor Jim May It seems that most of this week God has been bringing this message back to me over and again. I have thought about it and prayed about it and I am convinced that the Lord would have me to tell you what He has been telling me. Let us begin by reading from the more

  • Do You Stink?

    Contributed by Ronnie Smith on Jul 11, 2005
    based on 8 ratings

    John 11 1 Now a certain man was sick, named Lazarus, of Bethany, the town of Mary and her sister Martha. 2 (It was that Mary which anointed the Lord with ointment, and wiped his feet with her hair, whose brother Lazarus was sick.) 3 Therefore his

    John 11 1 Now a certain man was sick, named Lazarus, of Bethany, the town of Mary and her sister Martha. 2 (It was that Mary which anointed the Lord with ointment, and wiped his feet with her hair, whose brother Lazarus was sick.) 3 Therefore his sisters sent unto him, saying, Lord, behold, more

  • Believing When You Can't See How

    Contributed by Leonard Hunt on Sep 9, 2005
    based on 14 ratings

    Our faith must go beyond what we can see. we must have faith in God even when we don’t see how it’s going to be worked out.

    Believing when you can’t see how John 11:1-6, 17-23 Introduction So, many Christians go through there spiritual journey not experiencing the fullness of God because of there limited faith. Some believe that Jesus can heal or set free as long as it is in the realm of there belief system. But the more

  • If Only

    Contributed by Thomas Bowen on Sep 25, 2005
    based on 6 ratings

    Some of the saddest words heard when at a visitation or funeral. We already have enough how can we get rid of ones we have or hold down the number in the future.

    If only John 27-36 I have had a week filled with contemplation. I started thinking about the things I have wanted in Life. When I was a kid, I might say, If only I was older, I could watch Hogan’s Hero’s. It came on after 8PM. If only I had the right haircut or clothes, people would like me more

  • If Only And What Ifs

    Contributed by David Petticrew on May 3, 2003
    based on 77 ratings

    Jesus enourage us to avoid if onlys about the past but instead look to the future with what if (I believe).

    Back to the Future. Young teenager Marty McFly has a chance to go back in time due to the invention of his friend Doc Ement Brown. While in the past he has the chance to change things and make his future a better one by encouraging his father to act in a better way. Then in the second movie he more

  • Funeral For Alonzo Owens

    Contributed by Rick Adams on Jun 22, 2003
    based on 110 ratings

    A funeral message for a young beliver, with an invitation for salvation.

    Opening Prayer: Father, Your Word teaches us to “rejoice with those who rejoice, and weep with those who weep.” Today as we come together as friends and family to weep and to grieve our loss, today is also a day to rejoice knowing that through Christ, Alonzo has gone to be with You. We ask O more