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  • The Hammer And The Donkey

    Contributed by David Limiero on May 2, 2001
    based on 53 ratings

    A narrative message for Palm Sunday contrasting the arrival of "The Hammer" (Judas Maccabeus) with that of Jesus.

    FIRST MOVEMENT: The Hammer They called him “the Hammer.” He probably got the name from his style of warfare. He attacked hard and fast, guerrilla-warfare style. The Hammer was a seasoned warrior. And, because of his success against overwhelming odds, he was a hero to his fellow more

  • "Hosanna!"

    Contributed by Kenneth Sauer on Apr 14, 2003
    based on 79 ratings

    A sermon for Palm Sunday.

    Mark 11:1-11 “Hosanna!” By: Rev. Kenneth Emerson Sauer, Pastor of Parkview United Methodist Church, Newport News, VA Our Lord’s arrival in Jerusalem Just five days before His crucifixion is one of the stories that is reported by all of the Gospel writers. Everybody remembers that more

  • Gog And Magog

    Contributed by Scott Coltrain on Dec 9, 2001
    based on 83 ratings

    A study of the fulfillment of Ezekiel 38-39 by the invasion of Israel by Antiochus IV and his multinational army.

    EZEKIEL 38-39 There is a tendency for contemporary Bible students to think that prophecies found in the Old Testament pertain to events to be fulfilled in our future. In reality, such prophecies were fulfilled by the time of the coming of Christ and the establishment of the Church/Kingdom in more

  • Familiarity Breeds Contempt

    Contributed by Revd. Martin Dale on Jul 3, 2003
    based on 188 ratings

    God is no respecter of persons. He will use whom he will. There is a danger in our Christian lives that we can miss out on God’s blessings because we fail to recognise God’s messenger.

    Saxlingham 06-07-03 A prophet is without honour in his own country We all know the old adage “Familiarity breeds contempt” - a saying that goes back as far as Publius the Syrian, in 2 BC. And we see in our Gospel reading this morning, how this happened to more

  • Who Is Jesus?

    Contributed by Revd. Martin Dale on Aug 23, 2005
    based on 104 ratings

    Because that will effect the way you live the rest of your life

    Introduction This morning/evening I’d like to focus on one verse from our reading 16Simon Peter answered, "You are the Christ, the Son of the living God." I want to ask two questions: 1. What did Peter mean – and 2. What does this mean to us today. 1. What did Peter mean when he more

  • God's Christmas Gift

    Contributed by Michael Karpf on Dec 14, 2005
    based on 2 ratings

    We celebrate Christmas because of God’s gift..His only begotten Son

    This year I have experienced many firsts. Last week was my first Karaoke. It was fun! Some of my English students took me and we had a great time. We sang Beatles, Simon and Garfunkel, Carpenters, Elvis Presley songs of many years ago. My students also sang a couple of Enca songs. I liked more

  • "A Week Of Cheers, Tears, And Jeers"

    Contributed by Quintin Morrow on Apr 17, 2003
    based on 47 ratings

    A message on the capriciousness of the human heart, the compassion of Christ, and the constancy of God’s saving provision.

    Palm Sunday, 2003 The Rev’d Quintin Morrow St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church Fort Worth, TExas Palm Sunday is a rather schizophrenic day. It begins in triumph and ends in tragedy. It is inaugurated by a joyful entrance and concludes with an ignominious departure. It starts more

  • Psalm 30

    Contributed by Larry Brincefield on Apr 23, 2004
    based on 39 ratings

    1. Background 2. Our Rescue 3. Learning from our mistakes 4. Celebration

    April 21, 2004 Title: Psalm 30 Text: Psalm 30 Introduction 1. Last year, we studied the Psalms during Sunday Nights throughout the summer. • This year, I thought we would resume our study of the Psalms, only on Wednesday evenings… • Here in Florida, it can get pretty hot … • Most more

  • Jesus Said: If Any One Would Come After Me.....

    Contributed by Revd. Martin Dale on Aug 23, 2005
    based on 56 ratings

    he must deny himself, take up his Cross and follow me. So what do YOU think about that?

    NR Methodist Church and NC 28-08-05 Mt 16:21-28 Take up your cross and follow me Story: One man I admire greatly is Maximilian Kolbe (1894-1941). Maximilian Kolbe was a Catholic priest, who was put in a Nazi concentration camp for his faith. On May 28, more

  • Living Up To The Name Series

    Contributed by John Hamby on Nov 6, 2000
    based on 159 ratings

    As believer

    A Study of the Book of Acts Sermon # 1 “Living Up to the Name.” Acts 1:1-11 We have bought the idea of many around that the church is quite irrelevant, a not at all an important segment of society. That view is absolutely false. The church is the most important body in the world today -- more

  • Are You A Sheep Of The Shepherd

    Contributed by Joel Pankow on May 3, 2004
    based on 43 ratings

    A Good Shepherd Sunday sermon on how Jesus never lets us out of his hands as his sheep. Also, Jesus describes what it means to be a sheep.

    May 2, 2004 John 10:22-30 22 Then came the Feast of Dedication at Jerusalem. It was winter, 23 and Jesus was in the temple area walking in Solomon’s Colonnade. 24 The Jews gathered around him, saying, “How long will you keep us in suspense? If you are the Christ, tell us plainly.” 25 more

  • Is It A Sin To Doubt?

    Contributed by Randy Croft on Nov 15, 2002
    based on 62 ratings

    Lessons on faith and doubt, looking through the life of Thomas

    Is It a Sin to Doubt? by Randy Croft One of the hardest decisions Krista and I made before Jacob was born was not which hospital to have the birth. Not which doctor would deliver our little guy. Not which pediatrician we would see, even though we went back and forth on that call. The more