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  • It Is Finished

    Contributed by Jacob Brimm on Apr 21, 2021

    Sermon over the life changing work of Jesus and the unexpected actions of people. Healing. Salvation. By His wounds we are healed!

    It is finished - Labor is finished - Need to wory is finished o This world has been conquered - Chains of slavery to sin – broken o bondage is no more - No longer a slave to fear! - This world is temporary – Your life is eternal! These words should mean something! The problem is, you and I more

  • God's Peace

    Contributed by Scott Jensen on Apr 17, 2021

    There are all sorts of things around us that can put worry into our lives. Whatever it is in our lives today, God has a plan to restore our peace.

    Opening and Introduction Our Gospel lesson today starts with words that set the tone for todays’ message. It starts with, “the doors were locked for fear of the Jews” (John 20:19, ESV). Fear is something that’s been around us for this past year as we all had to adjust to a virus run rampant more

  • Between Faith And Uncertainty

    Contributed by Mary Erickson on Apr 12, 2021

    A sermon for the second Sunday of Easter, Year B

    April 11, 2021 Hope Lutheran Church John 20:19-31 Between Faith and Uncertainty Friends, may grace and peace be yours in abundance in the knowledge of God and Christ Jesus our Lord. Every year on the first Sunday after Easter, we hear the story about Thomas. Poor Thomas! He’s really gotten a more

  • "who He Is And What He Does" (Message 12 In Gospel Of John 2021) Series

    Contributed by Gordon Weatherby on Apr 11, 2021

    This message looks at the aftermath of Jesus healing the lame man on the Sabbath day. Jesus took the criticisims of him claiming to be the Son of God and able to work on the Sabbath to teach them on Who He is, and What he does.

    “WHO HE IS, AND WHAT HE DOES!” (Message 12 in Gospel of John 2012) John 5:16-30 Greenmount and O’Leary Churches of Christ April 11, 2012 Video Link to Sermon: INTRODUCTION: 1.) Today’s message is the follow-up to the healing of the lame man we looked at two weeks more

  • En Cuyo Informe Creerás: La Resurrección

    Contributed by Rick Gillespie- Mobley on Apr 9, 2021

    Tenemos la opción de qué informe creeremos acerca de la resurrección. Algunas veces, como Thomas, preferimos nuestra lógica al testimonio de otros.

    En cuyo informe creerás: la resurrección 9/4/2021 Jeremías 38: 14-23 Juan 20:19:31 Cuando recibe alguna noticia, ¿qué determina si está dispuesto a creerla o no? ¿Cuántos de nosotros hemos dudado porque la noticia parecía demasiado buena para ser more

  • Kaninong Ulat Ang Paniwalaan Mo --- Ang Pagkabuhay Na Mag-Uli

    Contributed by Rick Gillespie- Mobley on Apr 9, 2021

    Mayroon kaming pagpipilian kung anong ulat ang paniniwalaan namin tungkol sa muling pagkabuhay. Ang ilang mga oras tulad ng Thomas, mas gusto namin ang aming lohika kaysa sa patotoo ng iba.

    Kaninong Ulat ang Paniwalaan Mo --- Ang Pagkabuhay na Mag-uli 4/9 / 2021Jeremias 38: 14-23 Juan 20:19:31 Kapag nakakuha ka ng ilang balita, ano ang tumutukoy sa kung nais mo itong paniwalaan o hindi? Ilan sa atin ang nag-aalangan sapagkat ang balita ay tila mabuti na totoo? Ilan sa atin ang more

  • Whose Report Will You Believe--The Resurrection

    Contributed by Rick Gillespie- Mobley on Apr 9, 2021

    We have a choice as to what report we will believe concerning the resurrection. Some times like Thomas, we prefer our logic over the testimony of others.

    Whose Report Will You Believe---The Resurrection 4/9/2021Jeremiah 38:14-23 John 20:19:31 When you get some news, what determines whether or not you are willing to believe it? How many of us have been hesitant because the news seemed to good to be true? How many of us have rejected it, more

  • Ants In The Pants

    Contributed by Gaither Bailey on Apr 8, 2021
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    Seeing is not believing!

    Ants In The Pants – John 20: 19 - 31 Intro: If I had written the account of the resurrection of Jesus, it would have been a little bit different. For example: John would run up to Peter as he returned from witnessing the empty tomb. Excitedly, John would say, “Peter, I have good news and I more

  • 2nd Sunday Of Easter, Year B.

    Contributed by Christopher Holdsworth on Apr 5, 2021
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    After Easter. Resurrection and Community.

    Acts 4:32-35; Psalm 133:1-3; 1 John 1:1-10; 1 John 2:1-2; John 20:19-31. RESURRECTION AND COMMUNITY. (A) Acts 4:32-35. The first reference to the voluntary sharing of the early church occurs soon after Pentecost, when the believers in the Jerusalem church (3,120 members plus daily additions) 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

  • Believing Without Seeing

    Contributed by Reuben Bredenhof on Apr 4, 2021
    based on 2 ratings

    On the day of Jesus's return we will see him, in person, face to face. Until that great day, we are those who have not seen, yet believe. We are those who have not touched and seen and heard.

    There are some things about us that we just have, naturally. Think about how children look. Every child receives some features from his or her parents, like red hair or brown eyes or a certain shape of nose or chin. And sometimes we think faith is like that too. We say, “I’m pretty sure I have more

  • No Doubt Series

    Contributed by Jeff Strite on Apr 3, 2021
    based on 5 ratings

    The famous opponent of Christianity - Voltaire - actually believed the dead could be raised. He believed in a famous scientist of the day who maintained he had done just that. Voltaire rejected Jesus and His real resurrection and embraced a scientist and his false claim.

    Back in 1694, a man named Voltaire was born in Paris France. Voltaire was a famous writer, philosopher and intellectual of the day, but he was best known for was his hatred of the church of his day. He devoted himself to attacking and ridiculing Christianity at every opportunity, and he was a more

  • Three Witnesses

    Contributed by Derek Geldart on Apr 3, 2021
    based on 1 rating

    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

  • "Friday Tragedy? Easter Triumph!”

    Contributed by Clarence Eisberg on Mar 31, 2021

    If the body of Jesus had decayed into dust within the borrowed tomb, we would not be singing the songs of Easter. They thought It was a tragic end to the “One” who had raised the dead. Tears told the sadness in their hearts. Resurrection shatters the grip of fear.

    In Jesus Holy Name April 4, 2021 Easter Sunday Redeemer Text: Mark 16:6,7a “Friday Tragedy? Easter Triumph!” He is risen! He is risen indeed! Philip Yancy wrote: “Christianity has two great symbols to more

  • Let Hope Arise (Easter)

    Contributed by Steve Malone on Mar 30, 2021
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    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