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  • Festival Of Dedication (Hanukah)

    Contributed by Richard Jumper on May 1, 2010
    based on 4 ratings
     | 2,442 views

    A brief description of Hanukah, Judas Maccabeus, the hero, and how this relates to our hero and Lord Jesus.

    We all seem to need heroes. It’s true now, and it was just as true in the time of Jesus. The people we meet in our Gospel reading were in the grip of heroic dreams like these. That’s what lies behind the question they ask Jesus. “How long will you keep us in suspense? If you are ...read more

  • The Hammer And The Donkey

    Contributed by David Limiero on May 1, 2001
    based on 53 ratings
     | 3,467 views

    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 ...read more

  • Easter Hymn - Thine Be The Glory

    Contributed by Geoffrey Foot on Apr 24, 2017
     | 1,079 views

    One of the most popular Easter Hymns ever written based on the gospel accounts and so brings out the real meaning of Christ's glorious resurrection - a joy to sing and full of meaning.

    Thine be the glory Thine be the glory, risen, conquering Son is one of the best Easter hymns that we have and I have some very happy memories of singing it. I remember singing it at All Saints church Rhiwbina one Easter when we had a set of drums accompanying the organ and it was ...read more

  • And They Will Never Perish

    Contributed by Austin Mansfield on Jun 3, 2007
    based on 1 rating
     | 970 views

    If you have dedicated yourself the following Christ, to live as Jesus lived and do what Jesus did, he will never let you go. Remember, God is reaching down to us. When we reach back up and grasp his hand, he’s the one doing the holding.

    In the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Spirit. Amen. Our Gospel reading today begins by mentioning the “Feast of the Dedication” which took place in Jerusalem. We don’t hear too much about the Feast of the Dedication. It’s also known as the Festival of Lights, or Hanukah. ...read more

  • Andrew And Philip

    Contributed by Revd. Martin Dale on Jan 17, 2009
    based on 2 ratings
     | 2,402 views

    Andrew and Philip encountered Jesus and went out and told others

    Sermon Jn 1:35-51 A recent archaeological dig in Israel unearthed this rather interesting papyrus: To: Jesus barJoseph, The Carpenter’s Arms, Nazareth village Galilee; From: The Ebenezer Management Consultants, Jerusalem.... Dear Sir: Thank you for submitting the resumes of ...read more

  • Come And See

    Contributed by Revd. Martin Dale on Jan 14, 2012
     | 1,935 views

    What made Andrew and Philip special?

    A recent archaeological dig in Israel unearthed this rather interesting papyrus: A recent archaeological dig in Israel unearthed this rather interesting papyrus: To: Jesus bar Joseph, The Carpenter’s Arms, Nazareth village Galilee; From: The Ebenezer Management Consultants, ...read more

  • "Hosanna!"

    Contributed by Kenneth Sauer on Apr 11, 2003
    based on 79 ratings
     | 12,992 views

    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 ...read more

  • Don’t Give Up - For With Christ There Is Hope

    Contributed by Revd. Martin Dale on Jun 2, 2010
    based on 4 ratings
     | 3,221 views

    The story of the raising from the dead of the Widow of Nain’s son gives us hope that with Jesus nothing is impossible

    The Raising of the Widow of Nain’s Son Maddy and I moved to Frisby from New Romney at the end of 2007 Story: As we were taking the bedroom apart, I was surprised to find a small basket underneath our bed with three eggs and £1000. I was a bit puzzled and so I called Maddy and asked her ...read more

  • God Is Not Into Conventional Wisdom

    Contributed by Revd. Martin Dale on Jan 13, 2018
     | 1,758 views

    If you don't think you are good enough for God to use you (seen from a human perspective) you are quite right and if you think you are good enough to be used by God you are quite right (if your empowerment is by the call of God).

    God is not into CONVENTIONAL WISDOM Story: Just before I was appointed as Head of the Group Patent Department at Reckitts in 1994, I was given a psychological assessment. And yes Geoff even despite that they offered me the job!! Now if Jesus had written to a firm of management consultants ...read more

  • Into Jerusalem

    Contributed by Gordon Curley on Oct 8, 2017
     | 2,794 views

    Into Jerusalem – John chapter 12 verses 12-19 – sermon by Gordon Curley PowerPoint slides to accompany this talk are available on request – email: gcurley@gcurley.info

    SERMON OUTLINE: (1). The road to the cross was a road of DESTINY (vs 12-13) (2). The road to the cross was a road of DEVOTION (vs 14-15) (3). The road to the cross was a road of DISCOVERY (vs 16) (4). The road to the cross was a road of DECISION (vs 17-19) SERMON BODY Ill: • Over the ...read more

  • I Am Not Worthy To Loose His Sandals

    Contributed by Revd. Martin Dale on Dec 13, 2008
    based on 3 ratings
     | 2,748 views

    We would do well to learn from John’s attitude: I am not worthy to untie his sandal"

    HB 14-12-08 John the Baptist Three of the four Gospels that tell the life of Jesus and his ministry here on earth, begin with the life of John the Baptist – the forerunner of Jesus Christ the Messiah. You might ask- why? Why does John the Baptist figure so prominently? Well one reason ...read more

  • Who Is Jesus?

    Contributed by Revd. Martin Dale on Aug 23, 2005
    based on 104 ratings
     | 10,382 views

    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 ...read more

  • Familiarity Breeds Contempt

    Contributed by Revd. Martin Dale on Jul 3, 2003
    based on 188 ratings
     | 24,595 views

    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 ...read more

  • Gog And Magog

    Contributed by Scott Coltrain on Dec 8, 2001
    based on 83 ratings
     | 3,935 views

    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 ...read more

  • Lamb Selection At Passover Series

    Contributed by Perry Greene on Mar 20, 2013
     | 3,919 views

    The Hebrews were required to choose and care for a lamb for the Passover sacrifice. God displayed his Lamb at what we refer to as the "Triumphal Entry into Jerusalem."

    1. Don’t you love a good parade? One day in 1943 thousands of soldiers were preparing to leave for Europe. The Army, the Navy, and the Marines were preparing to load on the ships. The General decided to have a huge parade through New York City to seek prayer and honor for the men. Many of ...read more