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  • Was The Thief Saved? Series

    Contributed by Ron Freeman, Evangelist on Aug 1, 2020
    based on 2 ratings
     | 1,428 views

    To establish that Jesus while on the cross: may have saved the thief after he said: “Lord, remember me when thou comest into thy kingdom.” Is the Lord's answer: “Verily I say unto thee, Today thou shalt be with me in paradise,” His words of pardon? Many teach this is so! What do you say?

    INTRODUCTION Outline. 1. Was The Thief Saved? E. Remarks. 1. In this sermon, we will be discussing the theme: “Was The Thief Saved?” This is another lesson in the sermon-series entitled: "Re-digging in Old Wells." There will be many others bearing this title. We are re-digging in old ...read more

  • Lessons From The Cross - Part 2: Trust In The Lord With All Your Heart! Series

    Contributed by Rick Crandall on Jun 11, 2020
     | 720 views

    1. Trust in the Lord for His cross (vs. 16-18). 2. Trust in the Lord for His crown (vs. 19-22). 3. Trust in the Lord for His confirmation (vs. 23-24). 4. Trust in the Lord for His care (vs. 25-30).

    Lessons from the Cross Part 2: Trust in the Lord with All Your Heart! John 19:16-30 Sermon by Rick Crandall Grayson Baptist Church - June 20, 2018 (Revised June 11, 2020) BACKGROUND: *Please open your Bibles to John 19. Here we are taking an in-depth look at the darkest day in human history: The ...read more

  • Lessons From The Cross - Part 1: Make The Right Choices In Life Series

    Contributed by Rick Crandall on Jun 9, 2020
    based on 1 rating
     | 1,244 views

    This Scripture shows us 3 of the most important choices we can ever make: 1. Choose compassion over cruelty (vs. 1-3). 2. Choose the right way over the wrong way (vs. 4-16). 3. Choose Christ over condemnation (vs. 6-7; 9-11).

    Lessons from the Cross Part 1: Make the Right Choices in Life John 19:1-16 Sermon by Rick Crandall Grayson Baptist Church - May 30, 2018 (Revised June 9, 2020) BACKGROUND: *Please open your Bibles to John 19. Last time we took a big-picture look at the darkest day in human history: The day that ...read more

  • The Compelling Cross Of Christ Series

    Contributed by Rick Crandall on Jun 7, 2020
     | 860 views

    1. Trust Jesus for the misery of His cross (John 19:1-6). 2. Trust Jesus for the miracles of His cross (John 19:23-24). 3. Trust Jesus for the mercy of His cross (Luke 23:32-43). 4. Trust Jesus for the mission of His cross (John 19:28-30).

  • Hope Everlasting Series

    Contributed by Gordon Pike on May 31, 2020
     | 2,033 views

    As Christians, we are commanded to honor our leaders, to pray for them, to obey them but Psalm 146 cautions us not to put our trust in them or praise them in the same manner in which we trust and praise God.

    Jesus stands before Roman’s highest and most powerful representative in Judea, Samaria, and Idumea. Pontus Pilate looks at Him with a mixture of curiosity and annoyance. He absolutely hates being involved in these petty local squabbles. “Are you the king of the Jews?” he asks. Jesus answered, ...read more

  • From Passover To Pentecost

    Contributed by Howard Gwartney on Apr 18, 2020
     | 1,513 views

    There are two events of the Jewish calendar that are key events for Christians: the Passover and Pentecost. I want to talk to you about those two events and what they mean for us today.

    INTRO. There are two events of the Jewish calendar that are key events for Christians: the Passover and Pentecost. I want to talk to you about those two events and what they mean for us today. I want to tell you about both events and why they are important to use. PASSOVER Exodus 12:1 (NKJV) ...read more

  • Dying With The Lord Series

    Contributed by William Baeta on Apr 9, 2020
     | 1,096 views

    “Out of the anguish of his soul he shall see and be satisfied; by his knowledge shall the righteous one, my servant, make many to be accounted righteous, and he shall bear their iniquities”. (Isaiah 53:11)

  • Good Friday Message

    Contributed by John Gaston on Apr 7, 2020
     | 1,033 views

    We discuss how Jesus had to endure terrible suffering during His crucifixion, because of our sins, our separation from God, and the fact that He alone could save us. It concludes with a heart-stirring story of a man being saved.

  • "the Lamb Of God"

    Contributed by Kenneth Sauer on Apr 7, 2020
     | 857 views

    A sermon for Good Friday.

    “The Lamb of God” John 19:17-30 With the death of Jesus on Calvary, we witness, amid the noise of soldiers and criminals, gawkers and passers-by, what looks like the final triumph of evil. All the ugliness and violence we can imagine takes place in the events that lead-up to the six hours ...read more

  • Surprised By Joy

    Contributed by David Nolte on Mar 31, 2020
     | 930 views

    Not all surprises are pleasant/

    Surprised By Joy John 19:17-30 David P. Nolte (Due to coronavirus, this sermon will be broadcast via fm radio during “drive-in-church” at a venue with adequate parking). Life is full of surprises. Not all surprises are pleasant ones, though. You’ll believe that when you step on the ...read more

  • Led To Golgotha Series

    Contributed by John Lowe on Mar 30, 2020
     | 1,590 views

    Christ is sentenced to be crucified. He was forced to carry the heavy cross, but as the procession neared the gate, He succumbed to exhaustion and fell to the ground, unable to go any further. The cross is then forced upon one Simon of Cyrene.

    HARMONY OF THE GOSPELS (35) Led to Golgotha Scripture: Matthew 27:31-34; Mark 15:20-23; Luke 23:26-33 (focal passage); John 19:16, 17 Tom Lowe 3/23/2008 Christ is sentenced to be crucified. He was forced to carry the heavy cross, but as the procession neared the gate, He succumbed to ...read more

  • From Shame To Glory Series

    Contributed by Gordon Pike on Mar 16, 2020
    based on 1 rating
     | 2,490 views

    Before Jesus was crucified, the cross was a symbol of suffering and shame. After Jesus’ resurrection, the Disciples and the whole world came to see and understand the cross in a whole new way. It became a symbol of hope, new life, and victory.

  • Jesus Before Pilate

    Contributed by K. Edward Skidmore on Feb 1, 2020
     | 1,350 views

    After Jesus' arrest he was taken to various Jewish and Roman courts. This message centers on Jesus standing before Pilate the Roman Procurator and deals with text from John 19:1-16.

    Jesus before Pilate John 19:1-16 Intro: On the night of Jesus' arrest he was taken back and forth from various Jewish courts to Roman courts and in between he was mocked by soldiers, and beaten within an inch of his life. All this was done before Jesus was taken to Golgotha to be crucified. ...read more

  • Not Just Business As Usual Series

    Contributed by Allan Quak on May 1, 2019
     | 1,542 views

    While the crucifixion is a brutal affair it must be recognised that, for the Roman soldiers, this event is business as usual. However, as those who are reading about these events, we cannot treat the crucifixion in a business-as-usual fashion.

    You can listen to the full message here:- http://www.nec.org.au/john-and-the-passion/ Message John 19:16b-27 Not Business As Usual Read John 19:16b-27 Modern technology means that we have been on-the-spot witnesses to many atrocities which have occurred in the last few years. Desert Storm and ...read more

  • The First Word "Father, Forgive Them.” Series

    Contributed by Scott Jensen on Apr 19, 2019
     | 1,939 views

    This short 3-min sermon is designed to be used with 6 other short sermons as the 7-words from the cross.

    Jesus’ first words on the cross show us the true nature of who He is. Following judgement by Pilot, Jesus was ordered to be crucified. On the way to the cross Jesus was mocked and spit on, and beaten to the point of being physically unable to carry His own cross. When he finally arrived at The ...read more