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  • Part 2 - Christ's Church In A Pestilent World (Part 2) Series

    Contributed by Bradford Reaves on Apr 16, 2020
     | 1,965 views

    How should the Church live in a world of Pestilence and hostility to the gospel? https://youtu.be/TLziw12oYHs

    Christ’s Church in a Pestilent World (Part 2) View this sermon at https://youtu.be/TLziw12oYHs Pastor Brad Reaves Grace Community Church Revelation 1:8-20 Introduction We are continuing our series on the 7 Churches of Revelation. Before we get into Jesus’ words to these churches it is vital we ...read more

  • Keeping Our Eyes On Jesus

    Contributed by Doug Fannon on May 11, 2020
     | 2,174 views

    We tend to worry about the next guy when we need to be looking at Jesus for ourselves.

    Opening Illustration: Joseph Tson was pastor of Second Baptist Church, Oradea, Romania, until he was exiled by the Romanian government in 1981. He writes of his experience: "Years ago I ran away from my country to study theology at Oxford. In 1972, when I was ready to go back to Romania, I ...read more

  • Seeing Is Believing (Part Two)

    Contributed by Derrick Tuper on Apr 27, 2020
     | 2,420 views

    Last week we looked at Jesus' resurrection appearance to Mary. She went and told the Apostles but they didn't believe her. They were unwilling to believe that Jesus had risen from the dead unless they saw him with their own eyes. And see him they would!

    SEEING IS BELIEVING (part two) John 20:19-31 Last week we looked at Jesus' resurrection appearance to Mary. Before that, she noticed the tomb was empty. She went to tell the Apostles and Peter and John raced to the tomb and found it empty, just as Mary had said. Then, after she encountered the ...read more

  • Mind Your Own Business

    Contributed by Christopher Holdsworth on Dec 19, 2013
    based on 5 ratings
     | 4,869 views

    There are areas in each of our lives which remain private, between us and God.

    MIND YOUR OWN BUSINESS. John 21:20-22. 1. Peter had once boasted that even if all men were to forsake Jesus, yet he would not be amongst them (Matthew 26:33). However, of those disciples still living after the betrayal of Jesus (when most of His disciples fled at the first sign of trouble), ...read more

  • Jesus Says, Follow Me

    Contributed by Roger Hasselquist on May 23, 2021
     | 557 views

    What Jesus tells Peter says a lot about each of us. There may have been a time when we did pretty much as we pleased, but the time comes when that is no longer the case.

    Alba 5-23-2021 JESUS SAYS, FOLLOW ME John 21:18-24 I was looking at actuarial tables the other day. They predict that for a child born this year life expectatancy for a male is 75 years. And life expectancy for a female is 80 years. But that is not the end of the story. The table continues. ...read more

  • Start The Day With A Good Breakfast. Especially When Jesus Is The Cook!

    Contributed by Roger Whipp on Jan 27, 2015
     | 2,988 views

    Don't be disilluioned or give up the faith. Jesus will always be there in our hour of need. Don't be so super spiritual that you retreat away from the realities of daily life.

    When Paul the Vicar told me what passage I was to preach on, at first glance I though it could be an early night and I’ll get home to see the start of Heartbeat! However as I spent time with the Lord & meditating on the passage I realised there is a lot more to it than just Jesus cooking ...read more

  • “what Is That To You? Follow Me”

    Contributed by Silas Eke on Feb 26, 2015
    based on 1 rating
     | 7,803 views

    We should accept it as axiomatic that God’s dealings with our fellow-disciples are no concern of ours. Our business is to watch our motives carefully, to keep our eyes on the Lord whom we follow, and not to look over our shoulders at others.

    Tested saints in all ages have been prone to complain like Israel: “the way of the Lord is not equal” (Ezekiel 18:29). Some of God’s dealings seem to contradict our innate sense of fairness; and instead of faithfully discharging our responsibilities, we are tempted to look over ...read more

  • Making A Difference

    Contributed by Thomas Custer on Feb 19, 2015
     | 4,618 views

    a sermon bringing attention to the fact that Jesus responded to how he was perceived. He is all we need, if we see him as such. he can be our healer, savior, provider, way maker etc. How we see him, effects how he can respond to us.

    American businessman, motivational speaker, and futurologist, Joel A. Barker, tells the story of a wise individual - who was a writer - who would go to the beach to do his writing. Before he began his work, he would go for a walk along the shore, One day, during his daily walk, he spied an ...read more

  • Last Things Series

    Contributed by Chris Appleby on Mar 11, 2017
    based on 1 rating
     | 9,041 views

    John's gospel ends, leaving us reassured in our faith, so we can pray for leaders at all levels in church – that they humbly serve their flocks, and we can all re-fix our eyes on Jesus in love, and follow him, relieved of distracting comparisons.

    Sermon by Rev Ruth Newmarch You know how in some movies, the music tells you the end has come, but sometimes the ending has been so dramatic, that you are still taking it in...the implications and emotions are swirling around the audience. Then credits start to roll, but the director has added ...read more

  • Jesus Restores Us Series

    Contributed by Mark Aarssen on Mar 3, 2014
    based on 1 rating
     | 8,301 views

    If we are honest we can all admit to having moments like Peter when we want to turn back to the old life. Go back to fishing instead of living for Christ. But friend: that can never be for you or me.

    Jesus restores us John Chapter 21 Last week we celebrated Easter and how Jesus rose from the dead and how He presented himself to the men and women who followed him. Today we look at what is regarded as Jesus third appearance to the Disciples. It is a week later so it is another Sunday ...read more

  • "No Darkness Is Too Great"

    Contributed by Kenneth Sauer on Apr 18, 2017
     | 5,839 views

    A sermon about overcoming fear with the peace of Christ.

    “No Darkness is Too Great” John 21:19-23 On the evening of the day that Jesus rose from the dead we get a picture of a timid, frightened group of disciples. The doors are shut and locked. They are in hiding—in the darkness of a room. Obviously, they didn’t ...read more

  • What About John?

    Contributed by Jody Vansickle on Feb 18, 2016
    based on 1 rating
     | 4,625 views

    Too often we are concerned about the ministry of others, Jesus reminds us that we need to be concerned about the ministry He had called us into.

    What About John? John 21:17-21 In 1991 Bill Murray starred in a movie about a manipulative, obsessive-compulsive patient who tracks down his psychotherapist, who is on vacation. The patient ends up completely taking over the doctor’s vacation. The movie was called, “What About ...read more

  • Full Circle

    Contributed by Tim Shepard on May 22, 2007
    based on 5 ratings
     | 3,404 views

    This ermon is about restoration to service of Jesus Christ.

    Twenty-six miles. I stare at the trailhead sign and wonder if I really want to do this again. You see, I’ve been here before. I’ve climbed this mountain trail a number of times. I’m getting older. I might be getting wiser. But do I really need to climb a mountain trail? Do I ...read more

  • Do You Love Me?

    Contributed by Paul Decker on May 27, 2007
    based on 17 ratings
     | 8,486 views

    We are to serve the Lord well.

    DO YOU LOVE ME? John 21.15-25 S: Service Pr: WE ARE TO SERVE THE LORD WELL. ?: How? KW: Requirements TS: We will find in our study of John 21.15-25 two requirements we should meet in order to serve the Lord well Type: Propositional The ____ requirement is a… I. RIGHT RELATIONSHIP ...read more

  • We Go A Fishing

    Contributed by Gary Kins on Jun 21, 2007
    based on 3 ratings
     | 2,623 views

    This passage of scripture describes the motivation needed to follow Jesus.

    We Go A Fishing - John 21:1-22 Introduction: 1. Ray O’Conner - Ultimate Night Fisherman - He loved to fish and he loved to teach others how to fish. Owned the home we lived in in Aurora Wisconsin when I was a boy. Ultimate Bullhead Fisherman - Knew where - Favorite sloughs (off the ...read more