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  • Jesus Wept

    Contributed by Anthony Zibolski on Apr 23, 2021

    Palm Sunday message as Jesus looks over Jerusalem and His people

    Good morning everyone Let’s just praise the Lord! Let’s lift up the name of Jesus. No matter where you are at in your journey of life, if you will lift up the name of Jesus, He will draw close to you this morning. Amen. If you would turn to Luke 19:28-44 Read clearly and slowly Prayer- On this more

  • Before It's Too Late

    Contributed by Bright Adeyeye on Apr 2, 2021
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    As Jesus approached Jerusalem for the last time before His crucifixion, He wept over the city.

  • The Day Jesus Wept - The Day Of Visitation

    Contributed by Otis Mcmillan on Mar 30, 2021
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    What a tragedy it is when God visits His people and many of them miss His visitation! Take advantage of the move of God during this difficult season. God is still speaking!

    Introduction: The Christmas carol ask the question, Do you see what I see?, Said the shepherd boy to the mighty king, Do you know what I know?, In your palace wall mighty king, Do you know what I know?, A child, a child Shivers in the cold, Let us bring him silver and gold, Let us bring him silver more

  • Triumphal Entry A Misnomer For Palm Sunday? Series

    Contributed by Paul Clemente on Mar 30, 2021

    The same crowd in Jerusalem on Palm Sunday 2000 years ago cried "Hosanna, Hosanna" to Jesus Christ cried out 5 days later "Crucify Him! Crucify Him!"

    We will start today with a new Message Series on the Letters to Timothy. But today is also celebrated as Palm Sunday. Let’s take a look at the actual event about 2000 years ago of what led to Palm Sunday Celebrations! Let us note that before Palm Sunday, Jesus already had been teaching and more

  • Let's Go To A Parade Series

    Contributed by Lanny Smith on Mar 30, 2021

    People have a parade as Jesus enters Jerusalem for the final week of his life. There were many expectations in the crowd.

    You can listen to the audio of the sermon on my podcast at: Disney Screaming Fan experiences * In the 90’s Disney World would invite church groups to come out to the parks and hotels and play the part of “screaming fans” for their convention guests. * more

  • The Defining Moment

    Contributed by Simon Bartlett on Mar 27, 2021

    There will be moments in our lives when our choice will determine the direction of our lives. That was the situation for the people of Jerusalem on the day when Jesus entered the city on a donkey.

    INTRODUCTION All of us are making choices all the time. Most of the choices are completely inconsequential. But sometimes the choices are really important. A long time ago I taught some lessons on business ethics. I read various books on business ethics and based my lessons on them. One book more

  • The Triumphal Entry Into Jeruslaem

    Contributed by Revd. Martin Dale on Mar 27, 2021
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    This is so well preached on that I would like to ask the question: Why did Jesus not tell the disciples the name of the owner/owners of the Donkey

    EMB 28-03-2021 “On a donkey, you must be kidding!” Luke 21:28-44 Often there’s more to a story than meets the human eye. And our Gospel reading in Luke 21 is no exception. Indeed this is a story related in all four Gospels, which is unusual. We have the Synoptic Gospels Matthew Mark and Luke more

  • The King In Tears Series

    Contributed by Glenn Pease on Mar 16, 2021

    There is no doubt at all that Palm Sunday was one of the most emotion filled days of history. Jesus wept on other occasions, but his tears here say something different.

    Little Bobbie listened with deep interest to the story of the Prodigal Son right up to the happy ending when the son returned; the fatted calf was killed, and the house was filled with music and dancing. Then he suddenly burst into tears. "Why what is the matter Bobbie?" exclaimed his more

  • Our King's Glad Face Series

    Contributed by Glenn Pease on Mar 16, 2021
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    Palm Sunday is a day of great paradox, for it was a day of such contrasting emotions. Jesus was such a glad king; such a sad king, and such a mad king.

    The final week of the life of Abraham Lincoln has an amazing parallel to that of the final week of Jesus. From Palm Sunday to Good Friday is only 5 days, yet in that 5 days we go from the scene of the triumphal entry of the King to the scene of the tragic exit of the King on the cross. Listen to more

  • The Sovereignty Of God - Palm Sunday

    Contributed by Tim Melton on Mar 15, 2021

    He is our Sovereign God. His praises will continue for eternity and His children will experience His faithfulness forever. Today submit yourself to our Sovereign God and walk securely in His eternal embrace.

    At times in scripture we see that God instructed his prophets to speak his instructions to God’s people. At other times God instructed his prophet to present to his people an object lesson or living example of the idea that God was trying to communicate. We find an example of this in Luke more

  • Our Compassionate King - Palm Sunday

    Contributed by Tim Melton on Mar 15, 2021
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    Today will you bow your heart once again to Jesus Christ our Messiah King. Be bold as you come before His throne in your time of need. There you will find a compassionate King who is ready to grant the grace and mercy that you need.

  • Veiled Majesty - 6 Of 14 Series

    Contributed by Russell Metcalfe on Jan 28, 2021

    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 more

  • Pleading For The Perishing Cities

    Contributed by Meshak Dayanand on Jan 19, 2021
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    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

    Luke 19:41-44 Now as He drew near, He saw the city and wept over it, saying, “If you had known, even you, especially in this your day, the things that make for your peace! But now they are hidden from your eyes.  For days will come upon you when your enemies will build an embankment around more

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

    Contributed by Duane Wente on Nov 1, 2020

    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 more

  • Jesus Wept - Part Two(Covid) Series

    Contributed by Scott Bayles on Oct 30, 2020

    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 more