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  • Away From The Empty Tomb Series

    Contributed by Lanny Smith on Apr 8, 2021

    We've followed our leader from the Jordan to a tomb. Now what?

  • Jesus In Today's World

    Contributed by Travis Voeltz on Apr 6, 2021

    Many know the history of the Resurrection by this point in their lives… Jesus was denied, handed over to be crucified (John 19:16), beaten, shamed, clothes divided, bearing His own cross (Jn 19:17), and ultimately, they crucified Him (Jn 19:18).

  • Easter Is Everything

    Contributed by Brian Bill on Apr 5, 2021
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    Because Easter is everything, Jesus must be everything to you.

    The word “everything” refers to “something that is extremely or most important.” If you believe someone or something is everything, you’re saying that person or that thing is most important in your life. Barry White made these words popular in a song from 1974: “My first, my last, my everything more

  • "tomb Visitors On Resurrection Sunday"

    Contributed by Gordon Weatherby on Apr 4, 2021

    This message deals with the accounts of those first visitors who came to the tomb of Jesus expecting to find the body of Jesus, but instead have an encounter with an angel of the Lord.

    TOMB VISITORS ON RESURRECTION MORNING Matthew 28: 1-8, 9-10; John 20:1-9, 11-18 Greenmount and O’Leary Churches of Christ April 04, 2021 Video Link: INTRODUCTION: 1.) This morning I want us to go back in time over 2,000 years to the scene of a graveyard. 2.) This more

  • The Storm Before The Calm

    Contributed by Derrick Tuper on Apr 4, 2021

    The storm before the calm. Normally we hear this said the other way around. Though there are times when there is the calm before the storm, in the case of Jesus' crucifixion and resurrection, the storm came before the calm.

    THE STORM BEFORE THE CALM The storm before the calm. Normally we hear this said the other way around. Though there are times when there is the calm before the storm, in the case of Jesus' crucifixion and resurrection, the storm came before the calm. 1) The crucifixion-the storm. The storm more

  • Experiencing Easter!

    Contributed by Thomas Fortini on Apr 4, 2021

    An analysis of the of the subjects, signs, sayings, and the sightings of Our Risen Savior, will prayerfully move us beyond the historicity of Easter, and into the experience of the reality of Easter!

    John 20 (NIV) 1 Early on the first day of the week, while it was still dark, Mary Magdalene went to the tomb and saw that the stone had been removed from the entrance. 2 So she came running to Simon Peter and the other disciple, the one Jesus loved, and said, “They have taken the Lord out of the more

  • Seeing The Risen Lord

    Contributed by Christian Cheong on Apr 4, 2021

    Learning from the experience of Mary Magdalene. Don't let emotions blind us to the truth. Don't let circumstances blind us to His presence. Remember what He has said.

    Jesus has risen. The tomb was empty. The stone covering it has been rolled away. • God has accepted the sacrifice of Jesus on the cross. He died on behalf of sinners and paid the penalty of our sin. God raised him from the dead on the third day • The disciples were told of this before it more

  • Woman, Why Are You Weeping?

    Contributed by I. G. Spong on Apr 3, 2021

    The story setting is early on that Sunday morning after Jesus’ resurrection.

    The story setting is early on that Sunday morning after Jesus’ resurrection (John 20:1-18). This time of year, Jerusalem can be just over 20°C (about 70°F on the old scale) during the day. Early that morning it may have been about 10°C (50°F), so Mary probably wrapped herself up more

  • Three Witnesses

    Contributed by Derek Geldart on Apr 3, 2021
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    The following sermon is going to review three witnesses of Christ’s resurrection and suggest that celebrating His lordship, removing all doubts, and a restoration and a renewed desire to serve Him are but just three wonderful ways to celebrate Easter!

    The Witnesses John 20:11-18, 24-29, 21:15-17 Online Sermon: There have been some amazing accomplishments over the course of human history. To the vast splendor of Pharoah Khufu’s (2540 BCE) Great Pyramid of Giza that was the tallest structure for more

  • Easter 2021 - Beyond The Cross

    Contributed by Rodney Johnson on Apr 1, 2021

    This Easter message focuses on what we have because Jesus was raised from the dead.

    Easter 2021 Beyond The Cross Scripture: First Corinthians 15:14-18; John 20:1-18; Isaiah 53:9 Throughout my early years in the Church, we sang a song that contained the following words that I am sure many of you will recognize: “Jesus keep me near the cross, there’s a precious fountain. more

  • Seven Sundays To Easter: Mary Magdalene’s Undying Love For A Risen Savior Series

    Contributed by Jonathan Spurlock on Apr 1, 2021

    John 20 records Mary Magdalene's journeys to the tomb where the body of Jesus was placed. She was the first person to see and speak with the Risen Lord Jesus, and showed Him her undying love.

    Introduction: Mary Magdalene was one of the women who followed Jesus during His earthly ministry. Jesus had cast seven demons out of her at an earlier time (Luke 7-8:2) so no doubt she would be grateful for that miracle. She was there when the Lord’s body was laid in the tomb (Mark 15:40-47) and more

  • Let Hope Arise (Easter)

    Contributed by Steve Malone on Mar 30, 2021
    based on 2 ratings

    As we look at several of the encounters that the Risen Lord had with various people, we see hope rising in places of - grief, fear, doubt and failure.

    Let HOPE Rise! Easter 2020 I want to start off today with some powerful words that Paul put to paper 2000 years ago, NOT ONLY for a bunch of believers who were living in the city of Corinth… BUT ALSO - for (you and I) today, at this very moment on April 12, 2020. Now, brothers, I want to remind more

  • Easter Series

    Contributed by Robert Butler on Mar 29, 2021

    The truth is always the same: The only hope we have in this life stems from what God did for us. He came for you. He suffered for you. He Died for you. He rose for you. He moved heaven and earth for you.

    “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 more

  • Easter Sunday, Year B.

    Contributed by Christopher Holdsworth on Mar 28, 2021
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    Easter. Resurrection of the Lord.

    Isaiah 25:6-9; Psalms 118:1-2, Psalms 118:14-24; Acts 10:34-43; 1 Corinthians 15:1-11; Mark 16:1-8; John 20:1-18. RESURRECTION OF THE LORD. (A) Isaiah 25:6-9. This small passage lies at the heart of the so-called ‘Isaiah Apocalypse’ of chapters 24-27 and brings hope into an otherwise dismal more

  • Seeing Is Believing Series

    Contributed by Jeff Strite on Mar 27, 2021
    based on 4 ratings

    Peter, John and Mary Magdalene all saw the empty tomb... but they all came away with different conclusions. What can we learn from these first three witnesses of the risen Christ?

    On May 4, 1865, after weeks of his body being on display in Washington D.C. and a few other cities, Abraham Lincoln was “laid to rest” in a cemetery near his home in Springfield, Illinois. But Lincoln didn’t "rest in peace." In 1876, there was a plot to raid his grave and steal his more