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  • Two Days Longer

    Contributed by Tony Skaff on Mar 19, 2006
    based on 6 ratings

    Why God moves slowely sometimes?

    1stBBC Two days longer John 11:1-6 Now a certain man was sick, named Lazarus, of Bethany, the town of Mary and her sister Martha. (It was that Mary which anointed the Lord with ointment, and wiped his feet with her hair, whose brother Lazarus was sick.) Therefore his sisters sent unto him, more

  • Lessons From Lazarus

    Contributed by J Bernard Taylor on Feb 5, 2006
    based on 26 ratings

    There are lessons we can learn from the story of the raising of Lazarus that we may not have realized before.

    During these Sundays in Lent we have spent time looking at some of the most memorable events and characters of the Bible. We have looked at Nicodemus, the woman of Samaria, and the man born blind. This week we look at one of the most familiar stories of the entire Bible, the story of the more

  • Buried Too Soon!

    Contributed by Mickey Bell on Feb 1, 2006
    based on 26 ratings

    Some people draw a line and when you cross that line that are finished with you. No matter how much they prayed for you to change, they now don’t accept the change since it didn’t happen in their time frame.

    Buried Too Soon! John 11:1-44 Do you have anyone in your life that you are praying for? Is it someone that needs a major change? · Are they lost? · Are they an alcoholic? · Are they just in need of a transformation? And they are so bad off that you are praying for them night and day. You have more

  • A Matter Of Life And Death Series

    Contributed by Derek Melanson on Mar 15, 2006
    based on 4 ratings

    The raising of Lazarus teaches us that Jesus is the giver of life, of eternal life, even if prayers for healing in this life are unanswered.

    “A Matter of Life and Death” John 11: 1 – 53 Introduction We’ve all prayed, every one of us, for a loved one who was ill. Each of us here has asked God to heal someone we care for. It could be a spouse, one of our children or grandchildren, a friend, an aunt or uncle, one of our parents or more

  • Life Is Precious

    Contributed by James Chandler on Mar 7, 2006
    based on 4 ratings

    A look at the raising of Lazarus and how Jesus has called each of us out of the tomb and into a new life in Him.

    Life is precious. Jesus shows life is precious by his relationships with people. Jesus and Mary, Martha, and Lazarus It was such a relationship, Mary poured perfume on Jesus, wiped his feet. It was such a relationship, the girls knew they could call on Jesus. It was such a relationship that more

  • I Am The Resurrection And The Life

    Contributed by Keith Buice on May 17, 2006
    based on 14 ratings

    A Message of Hope and Invitation

    I Am the Resurrection and the Life John 11 Introduction: I can’t imagine what it would be like to be blind. To not be able to see Sheree’s face. To be unable to read the books in my library. To not be able to drive a car. Or to see my children and grandchildren grow up. To be unable to watch a more

  • A Tearful Encounter With Church Series

    Contributed by Joseph Marshall on Jun 23, 2006

    Each family here has experienced death and sorrow at sometime in our life. We have found that death claims loved ones of all ages, shapes, and sizes. Each person deals with death differently. One come demoninator in death is the shedding of tears. How

    Each family here has experienced death and sorrow at sometime in our life. We have found that death claims loved ones of all ages, shapes, and sizes. Each person deals with death differently. One come demoninator in death is the shedding of tears. How can we survive when death takes loved more

  • "Ribbons For Rhonda" Series

    Contributed by Monte Mcelfresh on Mar 31, 2006
    based on 4 ratings

    A tribute and memorial to my 35 year old niece who died after a 9 year battle with breast cancer. She left a 9 year old and 14 year old.

    “Ribbons for Rhonda” John 11 A tribute to my niece who died on 3-24-06 after a 9 year battle with cancer. I. Death A. Certain – Hebrews 9:27 “And it is appointed for men to die once, but after this the judgement.” B. Is not unconsciousness Rhonda, because of her faith in Christ is fully more

  • Bringing Out The Dead Series

    Contributed by Darryl Klassen on Mar 27, 2006
    based on 48 ratings

    This is the 7th of 7 signs where John shows his readers who Jesus was in acted parables. This sign is the climax revealing that Jesus is the "LIFE".

    BRINGING OUT THE DEAD The Monty Python troupe touched on a very real issue of the Middle Ages in their movie about the quest for the Holy Grail: Death! So many people were dying 800 years ago at so fast a rate that there was no time to bury them. Carts were brought around to more

  • The Living Dead Series

    Contributed by Daniel Sorensen on Nov 5, 2006
    based on 10 ratings

    Jesus calls us out of our ruts and wakes us from behind the wheels of our dead lives to a new life just as he called Lazarus from the tomb.

    Every day we are confronted with instances that make us question our life. For some it is being confronted by the boss, for others it is dealing with family. It can be not doing well in school or friendship which have taken a sour tone. When things go bad in our life we very often turn more

  • Dead Or Alive

    Contributed by Dean Meadows on Nov 5, 2006

    This is a sermon that deals with Death and the responsibility of us being prepaired for it.

    Dead or Alive John 11 10/31/2006 After church, Johnny tells his parents he has to go and talk to the minister right away. They agree and the pastor greets the family. "Pastor," Johnny says, "I heard you say today that our bodies came from the dust & when we die our bodies go back to more

  • The Three R's Of Death

    Contributed by David Gant on Dec 31, 2005
    based on 586 ratings

    This is a funeral service I have used several times, most recently in the situation where I doubted the salvation of the individual, and the family was mixed with believers and unbelivers. It is a way to honor the individual, but still present the gospel

    THE “3 R’S OF DEATH” In school, we used to refer to the importance of learning “The 3 R’s” – and of course we meant “Read’n, writ’n, and rithmatic…” As we gather here today – not to mourn the death of Wayne Thompson, but rather to celebrate his life and all it has meant to those that have more

  • Jesus Wept

    Contributed by David Thompson on Dec 26, 2005
    based on 9 ratings

    This lesson shows that Jesus has emotions just as we do, He cried real tears, He bleed real blood, and sweat real sweat.

    Jesus Wept John 11:35 This is the shortest passage in the bible, but don’t get your hopes up, because it’s not the shortest lesson in the bible. In fact the more I studied this scripture the more complicated it more

  • I Am The Resurrection And The Life

    Contributed by Robert Tomas on Apr 23, 2002
    based on 114 ratings

    An expository reflection on the Raising of Lazarus. Death seems to conquer, but the dying itself holds the seed of life.

    MARCH 19, 1999 WORSHIP SERVICE SCRIPTURES ·First Reading Ezekiel 37:12-14 ·Psalm Psalm 130:1-8 ·Second Reading Romans 8:8-11 ·Gospel John 11:1-45 or 11:1-4; 17, 20-27, 33-45 REFLECTION In preparation for the Paschal Mystery, the 5th Sunday of Lent brings us to our Lord’s most outstanding more

  • How To Live Really Free

    Contributed by Russell Brownworth on Jul 17, 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 pooch more