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  • 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

  • Why They Turned Down The Bread Of Life Series

    Contributed by Jim Butcher on Dec 15, 2020

    This section is lengthy and confusing. There is a lot going on. This message unpacks it by focusing on five of the key reasons the crowd rejects Jesus here.

    - A couple things up front. - First, there is a lot in this passage, yet the passage needs to be taken together. A lot of ideas are brought out, but it’s all a cohesive whole. So we are going to cover a lot of ground this evening. - Second, there is so much in this passage that there are more

  • The Blessings Of The Blood Of Jesus

    Contributed by Bishop Prof. Julius Soyinka on Aug 30, 2020

    There are so many Blessings afforded us by the Blood of Jesus, we need a scriptural understanding of them in order to enjoy them maximally.

    The Blessings of the Blood of Jesus Study Text: John 6: 53 - 56 Introduction: - Many Christians either do not know or forget the blessings that we receive through the blood of Christ. - We need a clear understanding from the scriptures, the blessings that we receive through the blood more

  • Broken, Shared, & Eaten (Solemnity Of The Most Holy Body And Blood Of Christ)

    Contributed by John Singarayar on Jun 25, 2020
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    what is our mission at this pandemic moment to address the hunger and poverty? As we celebrate the Body and Blood of Christ today, it calls each one of us to reflect on the role that we have to play and to address this crisis in our world

    Reflection Broken, Shared, & Eaten Nine months old child dies without water and milk, as the parents traveled by train which was run for migrants during the pandemic, Covid-19. Another woman dies without water and food on the railway platform and her child pulled the cloth that more

  • Corpus Christi: Solemnity Of The Body And Blood Of Christ

    Contributed by Paul Andrew on Apr 27, 2020

    “Heavenly bread, hellish misunderstanding.”

    Some years ago there was a Scottish regiment stationed in Edinburgh Castle. Some of the regiment’s officers were devout men. And every evening they’d gather together and drink a toast. The toast went like this: "A clean sword and a dirty Bible." The clean sword referred to their more

  • The Spirit And The Bride Series

    Contributed by Stephen Smith on Feb 18, 2020

    The fifth message in this series, describing the role of the Holy Spirit in readying the Church (as a Bride) to meet her Bridegroom in the air. Explains the meaning of terms such as the Baptism of the Spirit, Filling of the Spirit and Fruit of the Spirit.

    The Bible: A Love Story Pt 5: The Spirit and the Bride In the last few messages in this series, we've discussed the way in which the Church, as a Bride-to-be, will one more

  • In Remembrance Of Me

    Contributed by Stephen Belokur on Jan 8, 2020
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    Each month we take communion to remember Jesus and His great sacrifice. Other's believe that in the Eucharist we actually consume the flesh and blood of Jesus. What does the Scriptures say? What happens communion is unavailable to a believer?

    In Remembrance of Me Please stand as we read our newest memory Scripture together … Jude 1:24-25 “To Him who is able to keep you from stumbling and to present you before His glorious presence without fault and with great joy – “To the only God our Savior be glory, majesty, power and authority, more

  • The Offense Of The Gospel

    Contributed by Mark A. Barber on Oct 24, 2019

    What characterizes true discipleship?

    The Offense of the Gospel John 6:51-58 Jesus had started the 6th chapter of John on a roll. Everyone wanted to follow Jesus. Whether by land or by boat they flocked around Him on the other side of the lake. There Jesus fed the 5000 males which prompted the crowd to believe that Jesus was the more

  • The Eventual Exposing Of False Faith Series

    Contributed by Ken Mckinley on Aug 22, 2019
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    This is part 21 of an on-going sermon series from the Gospel of John. In this sermon we contrast true, saving faith, with false faith that cannot save.

    The Eventual Exposing of False Faith (John pt. 21) Text: John 6:28-68 Ok, so we’re in the Gospel of John, and we have a big chunk of text this morning, so I’m going to just get right in to it… Let’s take our Bibles, and open them up to John chapter 6 (READ TEXT). Now basically, what’s happening more

  • Cool! Series

    Contributed by W Pat Cunningham on Aug 18, 2019

    A priest was once kneeling as a congregant at Mass and noticed a little five-year-old child in the pew behind. . .

    John 6 “Cool” It’s pretty well known among Catholics that Flannery O’Connor, one of the 20th century’s greatest authors, once was invited to dinner when she was young and unknown by a more famous writer at the time, Mary McCarthy. The conversation was a bit stilted due to O’Connor’s fabled more

  • Who Is On The Lord's Side? Series

    Contributed by Rick Crandall on Aug 16, 2019

    1. We must not back away from Jesus. 2. We must not betray Jesus. 3. We must believe in Jesus.

    Who Is on the Lord's Side? The Gospel of John John 6:51-71 Sermon by Rick Crandall Grayson Baptist Church - November 2, 2016 (Revised August 16, 2019) BACKGROUND: *Please open your Bibles to John 6. At the beginning of this chapter, Jesus multiplied five small loaves of bread and two little more

  • Don't Settle

    Contributed by Jeff Poor on Jun 10, 2019
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    The problem with this crowd is that they are seeking Jesus for the wrong reasons. They’re ready to settle for barley loaves and sardines when Jesus came to give them eternal life. Throughout this narrative, the clear lesson is, “Look beyond the flesh.”

    INTRO Good Morning… Blah blah blah… Stuff around loving John… Reading Keller, go through it a few times a year… And it always gets better… I love looking at the interactions Jesus has with the people in John… What I love is that Jesus gives people what they need, not always what they are more

  • Feeding On Christ

    Contributed by Alan Perkins on Jan 13, 2019
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    What does it mean to feed on Christ? Why doesn't everyone respond positively to the gospel?

    Today’s passage is challenging. The passage is difficult in two ways; first, it is difficult to understand, as it requires unpacking a figure of speech, a metaphor. What does it mean, really, to “eat the flesh” and “drink the blood” of Christ? So it’s difficult to understand. And perhaps more more

  • Jesus The Bread Of Life Series

    Contributed by Allan Quak on Nov 22, 2018
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    In order to have life – real life, the God’s life which is a qualitatively different life – we must believe and put our faith in Jesus Christ who is the Bread of Life. In the life of the church the Lord’s Supper is a celebration of this transformative reality.

    You can listen to the full message here:- This message was not written or preached by myself. Jesse Caulfield, a member of our congregation who preaches every now and then to give me a Sunday off, is the author. Permission to more

  • Satisfaction Guaranteed!

    Contributed by Hans Krause on Oct 22, 2018
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    Maslow claims that our physical needs for food, water etc. are the most basic and fundamental. But the Bible tells us that our spiritual needs are even more basic. And only Jesus, the Bread from heaven, can satisfy those needs.

    [Sermon preached on 11 March 2018, 4th Sunday in Lent / 3rd year, ELCF Lectionary] Recently, a survey was held in the US among people from all ethnic backgrounds, cultures, religions, social strata and walks of life. One of the questions they were asked was: How satisfying or fulfilling is your more