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  • Mary Magdalne - Mother's Day

    Contributed by Dr. C. David White on May 6, 2002
    based on 40 ratings
     | 8,134 views

    Mary Magdalene in an incredible example of a woman you Satan had all but destoryed being used by God in fantastic ways.

    Mary Magdalene Notable Women and their accomplishments. 1.) Notable women of our day: Golda Meyer, Margaret Thacher, Sen., Mayors, etc. 2.) TCR #3871 Special Distinctions of Women in the Bible. (1) Last to leave the Cross. (Mk. 15:47) (2) First at the Tomb. (Jn. 20:1) (3) ...read more

  • Grave Robbers Or Treasure Seekers

    Contributed by Tony Klinedinst on Aug 8, 2002
    based on 39 ratings
     | 3,032 views

    Jesus had a few encounters with His followers after His resurrection that show the true treasure of His sacrifice.

    Grave Robbers or Treasure Seekers. John 20-21 Read John 20:1-3,11-18,21,27,28. Why did Jesus have to die? Gospel presentation. Why did Jesus have to rise again? Theses are two seperate questions. I.At the tomb, Mary Magdalene found that we have a relationship with God. (20:1-2,11-18) ...read more

  • The Triumph Of The Resurrection

    Contributed by David Dewitt on Nov 24, 2001
    based on 299 ratings
     | 10,547 views

    We can have victory through the resurrection of Jesus!

    The Triumph of the Resurrection John 20:1-10 Easter Sunday 2000 Introduction On one occasion Michelangelo turned to his fellow artists and said with frustration in his voice, "Why do you keep filling gallery after gallery with endless pictures on the one theme of Christ in weakness, Christ on the ...read more

  • Nicodemus 1

    Contributed by Revd. Martin Dale on Feb 16, 2002
    based on 29 ratings
     | 5,831 views

    Reflections at Theological College. Jesus and his encounter with Nicodemus and what we can learn about sharing our faith with others.

    Wycliffe Hall, Oxford November 1999 My text this morning is taken from John 3:1-12 A. John 3:1-2 It is the well known story of Nicodemus coming to Jesus. He comes secretly by night to have a chat with Jesus. Why? i) Was it because he wanted to speak to Jesus in quiet? ...read more

  • Going Away Empty-Hearted

    Contributed by Chris Talton on Jan 17, 2002
    based on 1,460 ratings
     | 66,526 views

    This sermon examines the resurrection of Jesus from the perspective of 3 different people - John, Peter and Mary.

    April 15, 2001 – Easter John 20:1-18 “Going away empty-hearted” INTRODUCTION Let me start out with a scenario for you this morning. Every day, a gentleman went to work. Every day, he would ride the elevator all the way to the bottom floor of the high rise apartment building that he lived ...read more

  • What Can We Learn From Mary Magdalene?

    Contributed by Carla Powell on Jan 1, 2002
    based on 299 ratings
     | 69,042 views

    Investigates some common misconceptions about Mary Magdalene. We can learn how to love Jesus from Mary’s persistence, sincerity, and enthusiasm.

    Today is the day when we honor Mary Magdalene, dedicated follower of Jesus. Legends about Mary Magdalene abound. In fact, Mary Magdalene is probably most well-known for false details and unproven facts in her life. Often she is identified as a former prostitute, but there is nothing in the Bible ...read more

  • Jesus Arose From The Dead Series

    Contributed by Robert Galasso on Mar 15, 2002
    based on 68 ratings
     | 5,523 views

    The stone was not rolled away so that Jesus could get out, it was so that others could get inside and see that he was not there!

    Introduction: As Vice President, George Bush represented the U.S. at the funeral of former leader Leonid Brezhnev, Bush was deeply moved by a silent protest carried out by Brezhnev’s widow. She stood motionless by the coffin until seconds before it was closed. Then, just as the soldiers touched ...read more

  • One Resurrection Can Change Your Whole Life

    Contributed by Jan Spencer on Mar 18, 2002
    based on 68 ratings
     | 3,032 views

    A sermonette/exhortation to life in a state of resurrection-belief rather than in resurrection-denial.

    One Resurrection Can Change Your Whole Life Thesis: We need to have our eyes and hearts open so that we live as beneficiaries of the resurrection. John 20:1-10–Read these verses as an initial and typical example of people’s responses to the possibility of Jesus’ resurrection! Review: The men ...read more

  • The Voice Of Victory

    Contributed by Travis Campbell on Apr 27, 2002
    based on 37 ratings
     | 9,078 views

    Though it may seem that your valley lasts forever, standing somewhere in the shadows, you will find Jesus.

    The Voice of Victory John 20:11-16 Intro. A study of the Gospel of John will reveal that the author is the Apostle John, one of four books of the Bible he wrote. This is of course the fourth and last Gospel. We can see that Matthew presents Christ to the Jews as the Messiah-King, Mark to the ...read more

  • John Chapter 20 Series

    Contributed by Jimmy Davis on Sep 30, 2001
    based on 51 ratings
     | 14,305 views

    John Chapter 20 explores the appearances of Jesus immediately following His resurrection.

    John Chapter 20 John 20:1-9 The first day of the week, that’s Sunday. This is the best explanation I know for when the Sabbath Day changed! The Sabbath was changed from Saturday to Sunday when Christ arose from the dead. Christ was dead during the Sabbath Day; He became alive on Sunday, and ...read more

  • Reacting To The Risen Lord

    Contributed by Steven Chapman on Mar 25, 2001
    based on 517 ratings
     | 9,501 views

    John 20 gives us a picture of the different ways that people can respond to the Resurrection

    Reacting To The Risen Lord John 20:1-9 I have been amazed at the continuing reporting of the assassination of President JFK. And the remarkable diversity that is present in the various eyewitness accounts. Discrepancy over the number of shots that were fired to the locations from which they were ...read more

  • Jesus Is Risen Series

    Contributed by Chris Appleby on Apr 13, 2001
    based on 64 ratings
     | 6,082 views

    Mary and the disciples discover true belief in Jesus and are sent out to proclaim his resurrection

    It’s early Sunday morning, and she can’t wait any longer. Jesus had been taken down from the cross late on the Friday and buried in Joseph’s tomb, but the Jewish law prohibited them from travelling as far as the tomb on the Sabbath, particularly this Sabbath, being Passover. So they’d had to wait a ...read more

  • Changed By The Calling Of Your Name.

    Contributed by Dr. Stafford Miller on Apr 14, 2001
    based on 54 ratings
     | 5,262 views

    Easter to the world means the end of the gray day of winter. Yet in the Christain life is a reminder of the hope we have in Jesus Christ.

    EASTER SUNDAY, 2001 THE MESSAGE FOR SUNDAY THE 15th OF April, 2001 THE TEXT ::::: John 20: 1-18 PRAYER...MAY THE WORDS OF GOD AND HIS MESSAGE SPOKEN THIS HOUR BE BOTH A WORD OF COMFORT AND CHALLENGE WE PRAY THAT IT WILL CHALLENGE THOSE WHO ARE COMFORTABLE AND COMFORT ALL THOSE WHO ARE ...read more

  • 4 Perspectives

    Contributed by Jimmy Davis on Apr 15, 2001
    based on 128 ratings
     | 6,625 views

    4 eyewitness accounts of the resurrection of Jesus: Mary Magdalene, Peter, John, and Thomas, as pictures seen in John Chapter 20

    Sermon.970 See # 534, 638, 854, Sack.105, 12Dis.004 From the pulpit of Bayview Baptist Church, Easter Sunday, April 15, 2001 “ 4 Perspectives” Text: John Chapter 20 I’m always amazed at how a person can recall different personal perspectives from the exact same event! There’s an old story ...read more

  • He Lives!

    Contributed by Shelly Griffin on Apr 18, 2001
    based on 114 ratings
     | 3,733 views

    What if your loved one came back from the dead?

    When my mother died in 1993, I was unprepared for the intense grief that hit me like a freight train. My father had died ten years before, but that was different. He didn’t like me, and there was no love lost between us, so the whole process was not that traumatic. When my mother died, though, I ...read more