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  • Judas The Betrayer (Part One)

    Contributed by Derrick Tuper on Apr 11, 2021

    Whenever there's a list of the Apostles, he always appears last and his name is followed by, "the betrayer" or something similar. Let's take a look at the one who is known for betraying Jesus.

    JUDAS, THE BETRAYER (part one) One of the questions in Sunday School last week had to do with Judas and the storms he was facing. That generated some good discussion so I decided to make him the focus of the sermon today and next Sunday. Whenever there's a list of the Apostles, he always more

  • Judas Wasn't Christ's Only Betrayer

    Contributed by Ian Bullock on Mar 30, 2021

    A Sermon for Holy Wednesday exploring the concept of Betrayal from Judas and the other disciples right through to us. An opportunity for us to think about the true price of the cross for us all.

  • The Disciple Whom Jesus Loved: The Character & Personality Of John

    Contributed by Justin Steckbauer on Mar 27, 2021

    He was the sage who wrote the most beautiful, eloquent, and theologically deep description of the life of Jesus. He followed Jesus all the way to the cross when the rest of the disciples fled.

  • Seven Sundays To Easter: He Loved Them To The Uttermost Series

    Contributed by Jonathan Spurlock on Mar 10, 2021

    Jesus and the 12 Disciples celebrated Passover in the "upper room" in Jerusalem. While they were there, the Lord showed these men just how much He really loved them. Other things happened there, too.

    Introduction: The apostle John was an eyewitness to many of the events he recorded in his Gospel. One of the most touching, in my opinion, is this episode that took place just hours before the Lord Jesus Christ was crucified. He knew exactly what the Lord meant, when John said the Lord loved them more

  • Jesus And John, The Apostle! Series

    Contributed by Larry Vollink on Feb 6, 2021

    Learning how Jesus loved His best friend, John, as 'the disciple whom Jesus loved."

    Who is this disciple whom Jesus loved so tenderly? Is he a real person, or a secret person that does not want to identify himself? As Jesus chose him, he was a fisherman, and called the son of Zebedee, and brother to James. He also wrote the gospel of John and the Epistles of I, II, and III, John more

  • Washing Feet Reveals The One Series

    Contributed by Jeff Strite on Jan 25, 2021
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    When it came right down to it, Jesus was the one who paused to wash everyone's feet before the Passover meal. What does this action reveal about those who were there and what should we learn from this event? Consider these thoughts from Scott Jewell, our Family Minister.

    When I graduated from the seminary in the 90s, I was given two reminders that day. The first was a diploma, to show that you’ve completed their training to lead. The second was a towel to remind you that to lead is to serve. To further reinforce that idea for all students, they placed a more

  • You Decide How Close You Will Be!

    Contributed by Wade Martin Hughes, Sr on Jan 5, 2021

    The invitation is clear: DRAW NIGH TO GOD AND HE WILL DRAW NIGH TO YOU... If the earth is iron and the heavens are brass maybe someone is moving away from God. John is the only person recorded to lay his hear on Jesus' breast? How about you? At Jesus' feet!

    YOU DECIDE… COME? NO BETTER PLACE THAN AT HIS FEET…. By Wade Martin Hughes, Sr. Kyfingers@aolcom (This is a two part lesson.) There was a bulldog that was known for being a bully in his neighborhood. His owner kept him chained to a big oak tree. The bulldog’s chain was 15 feet more

  • Watch Out

    Contributed by Dr. Abraham Obadare on Dec 23, 2020
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    We must be careful for the spirit of selfishness and betrayal, according to the teachings in Mark 14

    Chief Priests & Scribes (copiers of royal and sacred manuscripts) sought to kill Jesus (14:1-2) • From the sense of Mark 14:53 & Matt. 26:3-4 where both chief priests and high priests are mentioned in the same verse, one could understand that the terms are not used interchangeably. High more

  • Disciples Of Jesus Are Characterized By Love Series

    Contributed by David Owens on Nov 23, 2020

    If we are going to be effective disciples and disciple makers, then our lives and our relationships must be characterized by love. Jesus said that they will know we are His disciples because of our love.

    A. Let me begin with a story from the Peanut’s cartoons - you know how much I enjoy the Peanuts! 1. It’s Christmas time and Lucy comes to Charlie Brown and says, “Merry Christmas, Charlie Brown! At this time of year I think we should put aside all our differences and try to be kind.” 2. Charlie more

  • Encouragement At Lautoka Corps

    Contributed by Andrew Moffatt on Jul 23, 2020
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    A message of encouragement during a Corps visit in the values of The Salvation Army.

    A short survey; can I see a show of hands, who has had a really good week? Who has had an average sort of week? I can see from your faces that some have had a really tough week. I asked these questions because sometimes we come to a place like this thinking, we are all in the same boat. Others may more

  • Looking Closer At Judas Series

    Contributed by Ken Mckinley on May 19, 2020
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    This is the 43rd sermon in a series on the Gospel of John. In this sermon we look closer at Judas, and at why he betrayed the Lord, and at the warning this gives to us as well.

    Looking Closer at Judas (John Part 42) Text: John 13:18-30 We’re back in John’s Gospel this morning. Last week we took the opportunity to honor all the moms out there on Mother’s Day, and next Sunday we’ll try to honor those we’ve lost while serving our nation on Memorial Day… but today, we’re more

  • His Real Presence

    Contributed by Mary Erickson on Apr 10, 2020

    On Holy Thursday Jesus institutes his sacred meal and commands us to love one another

    April 9, 2020 – Maundy Thursday Rev. Mary Erickson Hope Lutheran Church 1 Corinthians 11:23-26; John 13:1-17, 31b-35 His Real Presence Friends, may grace and peace be yours in abundance in the knowledge of God and Christ Jesus our Lord. Tonight is Maundy Thursday of Holy Week. Normally, we more

  • A Sharp Sword, A Polished Arrow Series

    Contributed by W Pat Cunningham on Apr 4, 2020

    When the God-man is troubled, He is troubled like nobody before or after Him.

    Tuesday of Holy Week 2020 A sharp sword, a polished arrow The Church today asks us to contemplate Our Lord Jesus Christ on this Tuesday after His triumphal entry into Jerusalem. First we hear the words of Isaiah, written hundreds of years before as a contemplation of the ideal Israel, who was more

  • Why Maundy Thursday

    Contributed by I. G. Spong on Apr 2, 2020
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    What is Maundy Thursday all about? Is it just for Catholics? Let’s look at where Holy Thursday comes from in the Bible, and what it means for us. Let’s examine John 13:1-17, 31b-35?

    What is Maundy Thursday all about? Is it just for Catholics? Let’s look at where Holy Thursday comes from in the Bible, and what it means for us. Let’s examine John 13:1-17, 31b-35? Passover John 13:1-2 It was just before the Passover Festival. Jesus knew that the hour had come for him to leave more

  • Demonstrating Love Series

    Contributed by C. Philip Green on Mar 19, 2020

    Serve one another, even your enemies, and so demonstrate that you follow Jesus.

    Robert Holmes, in his book God’s Man, describes a man who went home with his friend for dinner. The man was impressed by the way his friend entered the house, asked his wife how her day went, and told her she looked pretty. Then, after they embraced, she served dinner. After they ate, the husband more