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  • Veiled Majesty - 6 Of 14 Series

    Contributed by Russell Metcalfe on Jan 28, 2021
     | 98 views

    This Passover was different from all others before or since! ALL the prophecies of ALL the scriptures would focus on a CROSS just five days hence.

    Palm Sunday—April 5, 1998 Luke 19:29,41,45; Revelation 19 Intro: Passover . . . moments of solemnety and sheer awe . . . hours and days of fun and sheer fellowship. People WALKED great distances to be there . . . TALKED together. SANG the "songs of ascents" [Ps 122 "I was glad ...read more

  • Pleading For The Perishing Cities

    Contributed by Meshak Dayanand on Jan 19, 2021
     | 351 views

    Jesus is looking for people to stand in the gap, who will go for him, let us pray for the Lord of the harvest, that the harvest is ready and plenty but the labourers are few

  • Patriotic Christians #3 - For The Love Of Country Series

    Contributed by Duane Wente on Nov 1, 2020
     | 555 views

    God has blessed us with a great country. There are assets to celebrate. There are shortcomings to mourn. Jesus looked over Jerusalem and expressed the same emotions that we should display for the United States. In the end, we need to pray for our country, stand strong and defend the USA.

    Patriotic Christians #3 For the Love of Country Theme: I believe that God has blessed us with a great country in which to live. There are many assets we should celebrate. There are also shortcomings we should mourn. Jesus looked over Jerusalem and expressed the same emotions that we should ...read more

  • Jesus Wept - Part Two(Covid) Series

    Contributed by Scott Bayles on Oct 30, 2020
     | 671 views

    As Jesus approached Jerusalem, crowds of adoring fans shouted his praises. Yet, Jesus paused and wept before entering the city. What prompted his tears and how are they relevant to our emotional struggles today?

    Jesus Wept (2) Scott Bayles, pastor Blooming Grove Christian Church: 9/20/2020 In Lou Holtz's second season as head coach of the Notre Dame Fighting Irish, his team experienced a humiliating loss against Texas A&M in the Cotton Bowl. Holtz was utterly dejected as he walked into the locker ...read more

  • Jesus Entry To Jerusalem

    Contributed by Norman Bernad on Oct 1, 2020
     | 722 views

    Israel had been in slavery in Egypt for years. In answer to the prayers of the Israelite people, God sent Moses to Pharaoh with this command: “Let my people go!”

  • What An Entrance Series

    Contributed by Jefferson Williams on Jul 30, 2020
     | 1,012 views

    This morning, we are going to look at another coronation - a coronation of a king. This coronation couldn’t have been more different than that rainy June day in 1953. The coronation we will look at literally changed the world.

    What an Entrance! Luke 19: 28-44 Palm Sunday Pastor Jefferson Williams First Baptist Church Chenoa 04-14-2019 A Queen’s Coronation On June 2, 1953, Elizabeth II was crowned Queen in Westminster Abby. Over 8,000 guests were invited and there were 129 countries represented. Out of 36 million ...read more

  • Palms Up

    Contributed by Anthony Zibolski on Apr 22, 2020
     | 657 views

    Palm Sunday Message

    Introduction- Good morning, Thank you for letting me into your home as we try to find what the new normal is for our lives right now. Excited to see what the Lord can do with some willing hearts and His anointing. Can I just say God’s has got this! For all the hearts that are restless, the Lord ...read more

  • Ahora Es El Tiempo Y DÍa Aptos Para Tu SalvaciÓn

    Contributed by Byron Perrine on Apr 22, 2020
     | 382 views

    Este sermón llama al lector a considerar la oferta de salvación y redención de Dios a través de la aceptación de Jesucristo como Señor y Salvador personal, y advierte sobre las consecuencias de no hacerlo.

    Recientemente hubo un artículo en las noticias sobre un predicador estadounidense que fue arrestado por molestar a las personas en un estacionamiento público preguntándoles si fueron salvados. Su predicación molestó a la gente. Las autoridades explicaron que si el ...read more

  • Palm Sunday Series

    Contributed by Paul Clemente on Apr 14, 2020
     | 493 views

    The first Palm Sunday was actually people claiming Jesus Christ as the victorious King who would free them from bondage from the Romans!

    Good day! May God bless you as you worship Him! Today is typically celebrated as Palm Sunday. In preparation for our worship, let us pray…. Now, let us echo the voices of those who followed Jesus Christ about 2000 years ago and sing “Hosanna, Hosanna, Hosanna in the Highest!” ……. Let us quietly ...read more

  • Jesus Weeps At The Parade

    Contributed by Michael Deutsch on Apr 13, 2020
     | 1,021 views

    Jesus weeps over Jerusalem. Does He do the same over our towns?

  • "Palm Sunday And The Pandemic”

    Contributed by Andy Grossman on Apr 6, 2020
     | 2,191 views

    Four things to remember about Palm Snday

    “Palm Sunday and the Pandemic” April 2, 2020 Luke 19:28-44 “After Jesus had said this, he went on ahead, going up to Jerusalem. As he approached Bethphage and Bethany at the hill called the Mount of Olives, he sent two of his disciples, saying to them, “Go to the village ahead of you, and as you ...read more

  • Destiny Is At Hand Series

    Contributed by Brad Bailey on Apr 6, 2020
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     | 1,008 views

    Destiny Is At Hand Series: Encountering Jesus (through the Gospel of Luke) Brad Bailey – January 19, 2020

    Destiny Is At Hand Series: Encountering Jesus (through the Gospel of Luke) Brad Bailey – January 19, 2020 Series #54 / Luke 19:28 – 44 Intro Let me begin by asking you to consider this question: Which is ultimate… disorder or order? (Do you exist merely amidst a material world without ...read more

  • The Emotional Jesus

    Contributed by Derrick Tuper on Apr 6, 2020
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     | 1,802 views

    Today is Palm Sunday. And in Jesus' triumphal entry, and elsewhere, we see the emotional side of Jesus. What did it mean then and what does it mean for us today?

    THE EMOTIONAL JESUS Palm Sunday In Our Griefshare group there has been a focus on the caring side of Jesus. It's important that we see the emotional aspect of Jesus. We need to understand that he is not just the Master of the Universe, he's not just the Savior, he's not just the King ...read more

  • Palm Sunday Or "the Science Of Worship"

    Contributed by Fr Mund Cargill Thompson on Apr 4, 2020
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     | 3,369 views

    A sermon for Palm Sunday 2020 exploring how being in Corona Virus Lockdown may mean we have to reinvent worship but does not mean we have to stop it - and how that worship can actually be good for us and lift our spirits.

    ........................................................................ 2500 year ago a bunch of refugees were living in squalour in camps in what is now Iraq. They had been forcibly deported against their will by the Babylonian Empire - much the same as Stalin forcibly deported Cossacks from the ...read more

  • Palm Sunday - 2020 - Thy Kingdom Come - The Lord's Prayer - Part 2 Series

    Contributed by Stephen Belokur on Apr 4, 2020
     | 1,359 views

    Should we be celebrating with the disciples who were waving palm branches and shouting "Hosanna to the Son of David" or should we be weeping over Jerusalem like Jesus? This naturally combines with "Thy Kingdom come, Thy will be done ..." from the Lord's prayer.

    (This is a shorter sermon used on Facebook Live during the Coronavirus pandemic) What is today? Today is Palm Sunday, the day we set aside to remember what many call “The Triumphal Entry” of Jesus into Jerusalem. Where do we find that? Matthew 21:1-11 As you look that up in your Bibles to read ...read more