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  • "Why Jesus Wept?"

    Contributed by Jerry Depoy on Aug 1, 2005
    based on 29 ratings

    Two reasons, "For the wages of sin is death..." Death brings tears. "The gift of God is eternal life." Faith in Christ brings hope. Unbelief brings even greater tears!

    Title: “Why Jesus Wept?” Introduction: When Jesus was told that Lazarus was sick, the disciples did not want Jesus to go to Jerusalem. The text would suggest three reasons they could have used to try to talk Jesus out of making this trip. These same three reasons are excuses people use for more

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

    Contributed by Michael Brewster on Jun 11, 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 more

  • The Discouraged....the Hopeful the Discouraged....the Hopeful

    Contributed by Tim Zingale on Mar 7, 2005
    based on 117 ratings

    A sermon for the 5th Sunday in Lent A Raising of Lazarus

    Fifth Sunday in Lent John 11:1- 45 The Discouraged....the Hopeful "Now a certain man was ill, Lazarus of Bethany, the village of Mary and her sister Martha. It was Mary who anointed the Lord with ointment and wiped his feet with her hair, whose brother Lazarus was ill. So the sisters more

  • Silent Answers

    Contributed by Bob Reish on Aug 8, 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

  • Death Stinks

    Contributed by Paul Decker on Mar 23, 2004
    based on 51 ratings

    Jesus is our life.

    DEATH STINKS John 11:1-44 S: Jesus, death, life Th: Resurrection! Pr: JESUS IS OUR LIFE. ?: Inductive KW: Parallels TS: We will find in our study of John 11:1-44 five parallels that will lead us to the conclusion that Jesus is our life. The _____ parallel with our lives is… I. When more

  • No Matter What Your Stinking Problem Is, Get Up Again Anyway

    Contributed by Pat Cook on Sep 2, 2003
    based on 60 ratings

    We need not let hardships and difficulties keep us down, because we serve a God that can bring life from death, bringing glory to Himself.

    John 11:1-44 - No Matter What Your Stinking Problem is, Get Up Again Anyway Sir Alexander Mackenzie is a Canadian hero. An early fur trader and explorer, he accomplished a magnificent feat when he led an expedition across Canada from Fort Chippewyan on Lake Athabasca to the Pacific Ocean. more

  • This Isn't The End Of It

    Contributed by Luther Sexton on Jul 28, 2003
    based on 68 ratings

    Death is not the final moment. For Christians, it is only a departing from this world and an arrival in God’s presence. The body then awaits the resurrection.

    THIS ISN’T THE END OF IT SCRIPTURE: John 11 INTRODUCTION: (v. 1 – 7) v. 1 Lazarus is sick Sin brought forth sickness. We’ve all experienced sickness to some degree. v.3 Lazarus was loved by the Lord v. 4 Jesus heard that Lazarus was sick. When you are sick, Jesus knows, but more

  • Funeral For Alonzo Owens

    Contributed by Rick Adams on Jun 23, 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

  • If Only And What Ifs

    Contributed by David Petticrew on May 4, 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

  • When Disaster Strikes

    Contributed by James Chandler on Apr 20, 2003
    based on 275 ratings

    This message based around the story of Lazarus will share five essential principles to making it though difficult times in our lives!

    When Disaster Strikes John 11:1-45 The following was written by Jack Jordan newspaper editor recording the events of April 3, 1974. An uneasiness nagged at me as I checked over proofs for the next day’s paper. It was Wednesday, April 3, 1974 about 4 o’clock on a gray afternoon. More than more

  • Don't Take With Broccoli (Whose Line Is It?) Series

    Contributed by Jeff Strite on Mar 2, 2003
    based on 67 ratings

    Caiaphas was allowed to give one of the most powerful prophecies regarding Jesus’ mission to earth. And yet, Caiaphas was a ruthless, ungodly and illegitimate High Priest. Why would God use him for this purpose?

    OPEN: A mother shared this incident about taking her son to the doctor: “Because of an ear infection, my young son, Casey, had to go to the pediatrician. I was impressed with the way the doctor directed his comments and questions to my son. When he asked Casey, "is there anything you are allergic more

  • Tears Are A Language That God Understands

    Contributed by Michael Dephillips on Feb 6, 2003
    based on 94 ratings

    God is concerned for his children and is moved by their broken hearts

    Tears are a language that God understands John 11:32-44 One day when I was a fourteen year old teenager, I came across a letter in a Bible that my grandmother had on her bookshelf that was written and mailed from Morocco Africa in March of 1965. It was a letter from my 22 year old daddy more

  • What Christ Offers

    Contributed by David Dewitt on Sep 5, 2002
    based on 205 ratings

    A 9/11 Remembrance message

    What Christ Offers Selected Passages September 8th, 2002 9/11 Remembrance Service Introduction One year ago the clear skies of New York, Washington D.C. and rural Pennsylvania were pierced by hijacked airplanes and a diabolical plan to pierce the soul of our nation. One year ago we woke up more

  • How To Live Really Free

    Contributed by Russell Brownworth on Jul 18, 2002
    based on 260 ratings

    If Jesus could raise Lazarus from the dead, why can’t I live better under that same power?

    July 21, 2002 In Artesia, New Mexico, Mary Bratcher accidentally ran over her pet dog, Browny. The family tearfully buried the little mixed-breed dog in a field near their ranch home. The family’s youngest son refused to accept that Browny was gone; neither would Browny’s momma! The momma more

  • When Death Intrudes Series

    Contributed by W Pittendreigh on Jun 18, 2002
    based on 115 ratings

    Like it or not, death intrudes on our lives all the time -- our friends die, our loved ones, and eventually death comes to claim our lives. Jesus says he is the resurrection -- that if we believe in him, even if we die, we will live. But do we really be

    When Death Intrudes by Maynard Pittendreigh John 11:1-57 On his arrival, Jesus found that Lazarus had already been in the tomb for four days. Bethany was less than two miles from Jerusalem, and many Jews had come to Martha and Mary to comfort them in the loss of their brother. When Martha more