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  • False Disciples Of Christ Series

    Contributed by Kevin L. Jones on Jul 12, 2013
    based on 8 ratings
     | 12,287 views

    A sermon examining those who appear to True Disciples but are only False Disciples.

    Disciples Of Christ The other eleven disciples were used of God in amazing ways. Their lives prove that ordinary people can be used of the Lord in extraordinary ways. The life of Judas serves as a warning about the dangers of wasted opportunities, hardness of heart, wicked lusts, and spiritual ...read more

  • Judas - A Man Who Became A Traitor

    Contributed by Clay Gentry on Aug 7, 2013
    based on 4 ratings
     | 7,319 views

    When you picture Judas what do you see? A monster, or a devilish figure? Do you ever see yourself? The truth is we have a lot more in common with Judas than we care to admit. In this lesson we'll explore the life of Judas and how it relates to our own.

    When it comes to villains the Bible has its fair share. There’s Cain the brother-killer. The conniving Delilah. The murderous Jezebel. The rampaging Manasseh. And then there’s public-enemy #1, Judas the betrayer of Jesus. Too often we look at the villains and we see people that we ...read more

  • False Disciples Of Christ Series

    Contributed by Kevin L. Jones on Aug 7, 2013
    based on 6 ratings
     | 12,232 views

    examining those who appear to be true disciples but are nothing more than false disciples.

    John 18:1-18:2 Disciples Of Christ The other eleven disciples were used of God in amazing ways. Their lives prove that ordinary people can be used of the Lord in extraordinary ways. The life of Judas serves as a warning about the dangers of wasted opportunities, hardness of heart, wicked ...read more

  • God Delivers Himself Into The Hand Of Angry Sinners Series

    Contributed by Mark A. Barber on Jul 29, 2013
    based on 1 rating
     | 3,471 views

    In one step across the Brook Kidron, Jesus changes history for ever. Are you willing to follow?

    Part 1: God Delivers Himself into the Hands of Angry Sinners (John 18:1-11) Rev. Mark A. Barber The Gospel of Mark mentions that the last thing that Jesus and the disciples did at the Last Supper was to sing a hymn. As this was the Passover meal, we know that Psalm 118 was one of the psalms ...read more

  • Shall I Not Drink The Cup The Father Has Given Me?

    Contributed by Derrick Tuper on Sep 26, 2013
    based on 3 ratings
     | 13,190 views

    Jesus faced his cup of suffering willingly. God had a plan and Jesus, as difficult as it was, was willing to carry it out. Jesus needed to teach this lesson to Peter and it's a good lesson for us as well. Are we willing to 'drink our cup'?

    “SHALL I NOT DRINK THE CUP THE FATHER HAS GIVEN ME?” John 18:1-14 1) Agony in the garden (vs. 1). John’s gospel doesn’t mention anything about the events that took place in the Garden of Gethsemane before Judas showed up. It’s important to look at what Jesus dealt ...read more

  • I Am He Series

    Contributed by Robert Leroe on Nov 29, 2012
    based on 1 rating
     | 4,803 views

    At the arrest of Jesus He revealed his divine authority.

    Jesus has finished His “high priestly prayer” of the previous chapter; He crosses the Kidron Valley (geographically the Wadi en-Nar) to the Garden of Gethsemane, and quietly waits… Gethsemane, a walled olive grove, was a favorite, secluded place for Jesus and His followers to ...read more

  • Crossing Dark Waters Series

    Contributed by Tim Spear on Dec 6, 2012
    based on 4 ratings
     | 6,131 views

    Jesus shows us how we can achieve spiritual victories.

    Jesus, the God-man: Gospel of John “Crossing Dark Waters” John 18:1-11 Introduction: December 25, 1776 and Gen. Washington had a daring plan to attack the Hessians at Trenton, NJ while they were asleep or drunk with Christmas merriment. In order to do this, they had to cross a ...read more

  • Betrayal Series

    Contributed by Michael Stark on Mar 17, 2013
     | 6,751 views

    How we respond when we fail God reveals who we are.

    “Jesus … went out with his disciples across the brook Kidron, where there was a garden, which he and his disciples entered. Now Judas, who betrayed him, also knew the place, for Jesus often met there with his disciples. So Judas, having procured a band of soldiers and some officers ...read more

  • Putting Away Our Sword Series

    Contributed by Brad Bailey on Dec 1, 2011
    based on 4 ratings
     | 8,158 views

    Even during Jesus' arrest, when God looked completely helpless, He was still in complete control.

    Putting Away Our Sword Series: A Journey with Jesus (through the Gospel of John) Brad Bailey – April 3, 2011 Intro – Around our home I begin to see the signs of spider season. Each morning I can begin to see the webs that have been spun. As much as I don‟t care for ...read more

  • Absolute Surrender

    Contributed by Jerry Cosper on Apr 17, 2012
    based on 1 rating
     | 4,676 views

    At this point, I’m sure that Jesus was feeling the awful pressure of God’s coming judgment on sin. The fleshly side of Jesus surely wanted to run. He wanted another way to be chosen to save man. Yet He was committed to God, He was totally devoted to Hi

    READ 1-2. Jesus has just finished praying for Himself, His disciples, and all the future believers. Jesus gives us a picture of His devotion to God in verse 4. After His prayer, He left from where He was and went into an olive grove. His actions seem to be deliberate. He went with purpose, ...read more

  • The Trial Of Jesus Series

    Contributed by Ken Henson on Oct 31, 2012
    based on 2 ratings
     | 5,341 views

    Jesus could have said, “I AM” and you are not. And the whole crowd that came to arrest Him would have disappeared! He spoke the universe into existence, He could have spoken these soldiers out of existence. For Jesus being arrested is something that He di

    Many people call this passage the holy of holies passage. This is the time we see that Jesus is arrested and crucified. It is a time of deep grief for Jesus' disciples. READ John 18:1-3 The word Kidron may have to do with Cedar trees but the word actually means dark or black. You can read in ...read more

  • Who Is In Charge Here? Series

    Contributed by Glenn Durham on May 25, 2010
    based on 11 ratings
     | 15,416 views

    God decreed the cross as the way of salvation for his people.

    Scripture Introduction On a Thursday night, they gathered to eat the Passover, the annual celebration of God’s rescuing the Jewish people from slavery in Egypt. During that eventful evening, Jesus washes the feet of his disciples (providing the great example of love and service), Judas ...read more

  • The Gospel Of Might Series

    Contributed by Jim Butcher on May 4, 2022
     | 302 views

    The arrest of Jesus puts a spotlight on the "Gospel of Might" versus the "Gospel of Jesus." What are the differences? And how does the backward stumbling that's described there sum it all up?

    THE GOSPEL OF MIGHT: By all outward indications, Jesus is in a losing situation. - John 18:1-11. - Pieces of this outward situation: a. Jesus has a betrayer with inside information. - John 18:2. b. Jesus is in an enclosed area. - John 18:1. - It’s an olive grove and they went “into it,” so ...read more

  • Okay, Who Brought Their Kid Series

    Contributed by Thomas Swope on Sep 8, 2017
     | 5,562 views

    A study of the Gospel of John 18: 1 – 14

    John 18: 1 – 14 Okay, Who Brought Their Kid 1 When Jesus had spoken these words, He went out with His disciples over the Brook Kidron, where there was a garden, which He and His disciples entered. 2 And Judas, who betrayed Him, also knew the place; for Jesus often met there with His ...read more

  • Alone With The Disciples

    Contributed by Kayode Omotoso on Nov 28, 2014
     | 2,138 views

    The most essential part of discipleship is the empowerment. If the disciples must do greater works, they must have deep spiritual impartation.

    In Mark 3:14-19, Jesus separated twelve disciples unto Himself and the reasons for His action were expressly stated in that passage as: 1. To be with Him. 2. That He might send them to preach. 3. To have power to heal sicknesses and cast out devils. The reasons as given above can be ...read more