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  • Jesus' Most Trivial Miracle Series

    Contributed by David Smith on Aug 7, 2009
    based on 1 rating

    After this, Jesus went away to the other side of the Sea of Galilee (or Tiberias). A large crowd kept following him because they had seen the signs that he was performing on the sick. But Jesus went up on a hillside and sat down there with his disciples.

    A wise person once told me that what you see in life depends on what you are looking at, and that what you hear depends on who you listen to, just as the answers you get depend largely on the questions you ask. Now I do apologize for beginning my sermon with such a ponderous set of philosophical more

  • Coming Up Short

    Contributed by Curt Cizek on Jul 24, 2009
    based on 4 ratings

    Jesus’ disciples come up short when they come up with solutions for the lack of food. Jesus never comes up short.

    -Have you ever come up short in your attempts to get something done? -Have you ever tried to pull something really cool together and it didn’t quite work out? -You are in good company. The disciples come up short, way short in their attempts to feed the thousands of people in today’s Gospel more

  • The Twelve, Part 6

    Contributed by Dino Rizzo on May 7, 2009
    based on 4 ratings

    This is part six of a seven-part series on Christ’s disciples and the principles of discipleship. This message focuses on Philip and Thomas and was delivered by Pastor Johnny Green.

    I love this series on the disciples and on The Twelve. It just shows that God can use ordinary people. How many of you enjoyed that message during this series? What I learned through life and what I really like about this series is learning that ordinary people are so messed up. Have you more

  • Little Is Much

    Contributed by Andy Barnard on Dec 27, 2008
    based on 1 rating

    no matter what we bring to Jesus, he will use it to bless others

    LITTLE IS MUCH Jn 6:1-15 Only miracle, besides resurrection, repeated in all 4 gospels. Some try to explain this miracle away: When they saw the boy was willing to share his lunch they all took out their lunch baskets. Miracle was in convincing the Jews to share! Would they want to crown him more

  • The Bread Of Life (Complete)

    Contributed by Christopher Holdsworth on Nov 30, 2013
    based on 4 ratings

    From the feeding of the 5000 to the breaking of the Bread.

    THE BREAD OF LIFE. John 6:1-15; John 6:25-35; John 6:47-69. THE FEEDING OF THE 5,000 (John 6:1-15). It was now nearly a year since Jesus had cleansed the Temple in Jerusalem, and Passover was fast approaching (John 6:4). Jesus and His disciples had tried to withdraw from the throng in Galilee, more

  • Walking On Water

    Contributed by Mark A. Barber on Jul 30, 2020

    God has a great story He wants us to join.

    Walking on Water Matthew 14:22-33 The phrase “Walking on Water” has become a proverb. It is spoken of someone who seems to prevail against all odds. It is to do the impossible. This goes back to Jesus himself. It is impossible for a human to walk on water by natural means. There are preacher jokes more

  • Let Jesus Pilot Your Boat

    Contributed by Boomer Phillips on Mar 3, 2022
    based on 1 rating

    In our voyage through life, we will encounter both smooth sailing and tempestuous seas brought on by raging storms or trials. We must realize that the Captain, Jesus Christ, is the only One who can pilot our boat safely into harbor.

    The first line of a well-known hymn says, “Jesus, lover of my soul, let me to Thy bosom fly. While the nearer waters roll, while the tempest still is high: Hide me, O my Savior, hide, till the storm of life is past. Safe into the haven guide; O receive my soul at last.”(1) Charles Wesley more

  • A Mistaken Identity

    Contributed by David Rigg on Jul 15, 2020

    Who was Jesus? This sermon explores the answer to that question.

    A Mistaken Identity John 6:4-15 4 Now the Passover, a feast of the Jews, was near. 5 Then Jesus lifted up His eyes, and seeing a great multitude coming toward Him, He said to Philip, "Where shall we buy bread, that these may eat?" 6 But this He said to test him, for He Himself knew more

  • What Are You Looking For? Series

    Contributed by Jim Drake on Nov 23, 2009
    based on 4 ratings

    Have you found what you’re looking for? The people in our passage today thought they found what they were looking for in Jesus. But He wouldn’t have anything to do with them. Why was that? Because they were looking for a king, but they were looking for

    One of the most popular music groups over the past 25 years has been a band called U2. The lead singer of U2 is a man named Bono. It seems like every couple of years it gets reported that Bono is a professing Christian. I don’t know whether he is or not. I do know that several years ago, he more

  • Can You Smell The Bread?

    Contributed by C Vincent on Aug 18, 2009
    based on 6 ratings

    A famine in the land for food means we must give out the bread of life.

    Can you smell the bread? John 6:1-9, 22-35 (have bread baking in a bread machine while speaking) He reproves them for seeking carnal food, and directs them to spiritual food v. 26, 27, showing them how they must labour for spiritual food v. 28, 29, and what that spiritual food is v. more

  • Fast Food Of Feasting? Series

    Contributed by Charles Wilkerson on Oct 7, 2009

    I am the Bread of Heaven... Christ satisfies, sustains and saves those who eat His flesh.. World Communion Sunday

    Can you guess what Denver, Orlando, Palm Beach, Cleveland, and Las Vegas have in common? They all have passed ordinances to stop groups from feeding the hungry in public.1 You can have 24 hour gambling but you better not hand out sandwiches in a park in Las Vegas. You can party like mad on the more

  • 9th Sunday After Pentecost. July 25th, 2021. Series

    Contributed by Christopher Holdsworth on Jul 18, 2021
    based on 4 ratings

    B Proper 12, 2021.

    Psalm 14:1-7, 2 Kings 4:42-44, Psalm 145:10-18, Ephesians 3:14-21, John 6:1-21. (A) UNBELIEVING BEHAVIOUR AND THE GRACE OF GOD. Psalm 14:1-7. The first verse of this Psalm is well known as an argument against those who deny the very existence of God (Psalm 14:1). I am sure I have heard it more

  • I Want To Read My Bible. Where Do I Start?

    Contributed by J L Franklin on Nov 14, 2020
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    Many "mature" Christians have never read their Bible except for passages for Sunday School or other lessons. I was one of them. When I opened my Bible and began reading the Bible for myself, that is when God started revealing himself to me.

    JOHN Most Bible scholars would recommend the Gospel of John as the first book a new Christian should read. -- John records the seven “I am” statements of Jesus. 1. I am the bread of life. John 6:35,48,51 2. I am the light of the world. John 8:12 3. I am the door of the sheep. John 10:7,9 4. more

  • I Am The Bread Of Life Series

    Contributed by Paul Werling on Dec 26, 2020

    Jesus is the bread of life born in Bethlehem the house of bread. We need to learn to believe, trust and obey even when we don't understand.

    So you know I really like to give a course rationale when I begin a new series. So keep this in mind as we pursue the purpose of these sermons over the next few weeks. I know I usually would be preaching a sermon on New Years' and time. But this year I want to keep the Christmas theme going more

  • How To Deal With An Impossible Situation Series

    Contributed by James Wallace on Feb 15, 2021

    Jesus and His disciples faced an absolutely impossible situation--10,000 people to feed in a deserted place, little food and too little money. How should we respond when we face the same kind of situation?

    “Life is difficult.” So says the first three words of a best-selling book by Dr. M. Scott Peck, an author and Psychiatrist, who wrote “The Road Less Traveled.” And He goes on to say that the key to dealing with the difficulty of life is just simply realizing and accepting the fact that life is more