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  • What Does Jesus Say About Death? Series

    Contributed by Scott Maze on Jun 3, 2021
     | 105 views

    Jesus speaks of Himself here. Jesus’ death is the grain of wheat that had to die. Jesus is the grain of wheat that had to be multiplied. Jesus’ death generates a huge harvest. The path to glory is HIS death; again, the roadway to Jesus’ glory is His death.

    Good morning to our both NRHBC and Cross Church family who are joining us online. A special welcome to those of you who are guests joining us as well. Please also know you can call one of our pastors for prayer at the numbers you see. Many of you are watching us on Facebook and we invite you ...read more

  • The Hour Has Come Series

    Contributed by Scott Maze on Jun 3, 2021
     | 130 views

    John continually speaks of a mysterious hour with little to no explanation. Like Hansel and Gretel’s breadcrumbs, the reference to “the hour” is important clue to understand Jesus in John’s gospel.

    Palm Sunday is a significant marker for God’s people. It’s the day where Jesus enters into Jerusalem to kick off a week of monumentally important event. The citizens of Jerusalem greeted Jesus with palm branches and shouts of “Hosanna” as he entered the city on the back of a colt. Our story picks ...read more

  • Rising Popularity And The Upside-Down Kingdom Series

    Contributed by Jim Butcher on May 25, 2021
     | 106 views

    A golden opportunity for increased popularity presents itself, but Jesus uses the occasion to talk about what glory looks like in His "upside-down" kingdom.

  • I Did It My Way

    Contributed by Gene Gregory on Apr 30, 2021
     | 403 views

    Next in series on John. Examines what we want to be able to say at the end of our lives

    John 12 (3) - Read John 12:12-36 And now, the end is near And so I face the final curtain My friend, I'll say it clear I'll state my case, of which I'm certain I've lived a life that's full I traveled each and every highway And more, much more than this I did it my ...read more

  • "testimonials To Jesus" Series

    Contributed by Gordon Weatherby on Apr 19, 2021
    based on 1 rating
     | 446 views

    Jesus began in this passage of Scripture by showing He needed more than his own testimony to verify himself. From there he presented four other witnesses which proved He is the Christ, the Son of God.

    TESTIMONIALS TO JESUS (SERMON 13 IN GOSPEL OFJjOHN 2021) John 5:31-47 GREENMOUNT AND O'LEARY CHURCHES OF CHRIST APRIL 18, 2021 Video Link to Sermon: https://youtu.be/zwPDT4j1vOU INTRODUCTION: 1.) “Jesus said “If I testify about myself, my testimony is not valid.” (31) A.) Jesus was not ...read more

  • Holy Wednesday And Jesus Series

    Contributed by Rev. Andrew B Natarajan on Mar 31, 2021
     | 251 views

    The Holy Wednesday draws more closer to the love of God. His love endures forever. The understanding of the world about Christ and his kingdom is entirely different from the life and teachings of Christ. Glory is not on the throne but on the sacrifice of life.

    Text: John 12:23-33 Theme: Produce Many Seeds Introduction: On this Holy Wednesday, let us meditate on the discourses of Jesus Christ through the text of John 12:23-33. He is a God of the universe. But has come on the earth to take care of our lives. The hour has come to prove his call and his ...read more

  • The Other Sheep

    Contributed by John Williams Iii on Mar 22, 2021
     | 288 views

    Jesus our Good Shepherd reminds us that we have other sheep that are not yet part of the fold. It has been said that these Greeks were some of those “other sheep.”

    THE OTHER SHEEP Text: John 12:20 - 33 “Someone (Ernest A. Fitzgerald) tells the story about Lou Gehrig who one day during his famed baseball career came to bat. He swung at two balls and missed. The third ball passed and the umpire called him out. Gehrig threw down the bat in ...read more

  • When It's Planting Time

    Contributed by Mary Erickson on Mar 22, 2021
     | 581 views

    A sermon for the 5th Sunday in Lent Year B

  • He Will Draw

    Contributed by Gerald Roberts on Mar 21, 2021
     | 380 views

    Our text today allows us to know the power of the cross that draws all people.

    John 12:20-33 “He will draw” 1. Is John readings about what hour (Time, Period, age, era ) it is • Jesus now proclaims that "the hour has come for the Son of Man to be glorified" (v. 23). • Jesus describes how a grain of wheat must first die in the earth before bearing fruit, it ...read more

  • Time To Be Full Time Christians

    Contributed by Ian Bullock on Mar 18, 2021
    based on 2 ratings
     | 2,990 views

    A sermon considering the price of discipleship, and challenging people to action. I borrowed the Illustration at the beginning of my sermon from Revd. Martin Dale sermon in 2006 with thanks :)

    In the name of the Father, Son and Holy Spirit. Amen. 26 Christians were crucified at Niz-hiz-aka Hill in Nagasaki, Japan on the 15 February 1597, amongst them was a young seventeen year old boy, Thomas Kosaki, who had been sentenced to die for his Christian witness - along with his father. He ...read more

  • When The Hour Had Come

    Contributed by John Williams Iii on Mar 17, 2021
    based on 2 ratings
     | 3,190 views

    This sermon talks about when Jesus's hour had come. It also addresses how Jesus tells us to pick up our crosses and follow in His foot steps.

    WHEN THE HOUR HAD COME Text: John 12:20-33 John 12:20-33 Now among those who went up to worship at the festival were some Greeks.  (21)  They came to Philip, who was from Bethsaida in Galilee, and said to him, "Sir, we wish to see Jesus."  (22)  Philip went and told ...read more

  • Week Five Series

    Contributed by Robert Butler on Mar 15, 2021
    based on 1 rating
     | 1,378 views

    Contrition is the entire process of fasting, prayer, confession and repentance through amending one's behavior and making right those wrongs which don't hurt others.

    “Lent is one of the oldest observations on the Christian calendar. Like all Christian holy days and holidays, it has changed over the years, but its purpose has always been the same: self-examination and penitence, demonstrated by self-denial, in preparation for Easter. Early church father ...read more

  • 5th Sunday In Lent, Year B.

    Contributed by Christopher Holdsworth on Mar 15, 2021
    based on 2 ratings
     | 3,886 views

    The gracious activity of God, and the scope of the New Covenant.

    Jeremiah 31:31-34; Psalm 51:1-12; Psalm 119:9-16; Hebrews 5:5-10; John 12:20-33. THE GRACIOUS ACTIVITY OF GOD, AND THE SCOPE OF THE NEW COVENANT. (A) Jeremiah 31:31-34. 1. “Behold the Days are Coming” This is a recurring motif in Jeremiah. There is a certainty about it, because it is a ...read more

  • How Did You Say We Are Made Complete? On A Cross?! Series

    Contributed by W Pat Cunningham on Mar 14, 2021
    based on 1 rating
     | 1,015 views

    Because this is the only way we sinners can be made clean, rescued from eternal death, we draw near to Calvary and look on the crucified Savior.

    Today’s Scriptures are powerful, and that’s an understatement. The verse to memorize for understanding the Gospel, and application to our life, is “unless a grain of wheat falls into the ground and dies, it remains alone”. We’ll see that presently. The context of these words is a feast, where ...read more

  • To Be Or Not To Be

    Contributed by Davon Huss on Mar 13, 2021
     | 1,198 views

    To succeed, to live, to love, and to serve we must... (Material adapted from LeRoy Lawson in his book, The Lord of Love, Chapter 9 with same title as sermon)

    HoHum: To be, or not to be; that is the question- whether ‘tis nobler in the mind to suffer the slings and arrows of outrageous fortune, or to take arms against a sea of troubles, and by opposing, end them? Few lines of Shakespeare are better known that these. If I had understood Shakespeare, I’d ...read more