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  • The Last Supper Series

    Contributed by Thomas Swope on Mar 27, 2013
    based on 1 rating
     | 7,054 views

    A study of the Gospel of Luke chapter 22 verses 7 through 38

    Luke 22: 7 – 38 The Last Supper 7 Then came the Day of Unleavened Bread, when the Passover must be killed. 8 And He sent Peter and John, saying, “Go and prepare the Passover for us, that we may eat.” 9 So they said to Him, “Where do You want us to prepare?” 10 And ...read more

  • 12 Ordinary Men - Peter - Fill In The Blank Series

    Contributed by Edward Hardee on Dec 6, 2012
     | 3,124 views

    This is the fill in the blank for the Bible study of Peter from 12 Ordinary Men. See also notes from the Bible Study found in the series of sermons here.

    Note: This is a study from the book 12 Ordinary Men by John McArthur an excellent book. This is the fill in the blank outline from Adult Bible Fellowships of First Baptist Church Orion. This is not original but worth posting for study. Twelve Ordinary Men: Peter And the Lord said, “Simon, ...read more

  • 12 Ordinary Men - Peter Series

    Contributed by Edward Hardee on Dec 6, 2012
     | 5,034 views

    This is a study of Peter based on 12 Ordinary Men. It has a lot of added notes and scripture.

    Note: This is a study from the book 12 Ordinary Men by John McArthur an excellent book. There is also a fill in the blank outline from Adult Bible Fellowships of First Baptist Church Orion that I have posted in the series. This is not original but worth posting for study. Twelve Ordinary ...read more

  • Father, Forgive Them Series

    Contributed by Tim Smith on May 28, 2015
     | 4,860 views

    So what do we learn about Jesus? First, prayer was at the heart of Jesus’ life. The second thing we learn is that no person is beyond hope. Third, don’t stop praying. Fourth, don’t forget the mission

    “Father, forgive them” Luke 23:33-38 The last words of a person’s life are a mysterious thing. Some last words reveal a lot about the personality of the person. They can speak volumes about their heart and who they are. P. T. Barnum, d. 1891 “How were the receipts today ...read more

  • Today, You Shall Be With Me Series

    Contributed by Tim Smith on May 28, 2015
     | 3,293 views

    This sermon looks at Jesus' words, You shall be with me in paradise"

    “You shall be with me” Luke 23:32-43 During the civil wars in feudal Japan, an invading army would sweep into town and take control. In one particular village, everyone fled just before the army arrived, except the Zen Master. Curious about this old fellow, the general went to the ...read more

  • God Does Not Waste Your Failure Series

    Contributed by Archie Norman on Mar 10, 2015
     | 3,408 views

    benefits of failure

    God Does Not Waste Your Failure Luke 22:31-32 1. A word about awareness A. Jesus is not surprised by your failure B. Jesus does not prevent your failure 2. A word about authority A. Satan's petition - attack God's plan B. Jesus' intercession - faith is the ...read more

  • He Lives To Make Intercession

    Contributed by Ken Mckinley on Mar 4, 2016
    based on 4 ratings
     | 5,352 views

    In this sermon we are discussing Peter's denial, and the fact that Jesus makes intercession for us. This could be used as an Easter sermon, or a stand-alone sermon that shows that because Christ has been raised from the dead, we have hope.

    If you have your Bibles (and I hope you do), take them and open them up to Luke 22. We’re starting a short series on the Resurrection in hopes that God will use these sermons to prepare our hearts for the holiday season. And that we’ll see how glorious, and wonderful, and awesome, and ...read more

  • But I Have Prayed For Thee

    Contributed by Derrick Strickland on Feb 25, 2016
    based on 1 rating
     | 10,351 views

    We are all thankful for the power of sincere prayer warriors in our lives, but Jesus wants us to know what he told Simon Peter that day… “but, I have prayed for thee.”

    INTRO: 1. ILL. C.S. Lewis was one of the greatest intellectuals to ever live. He was a Christian and a professor at Cambridge. His writings have led multitudes of thinkers to understand the brilliance of God and the christian faith. Once someone asked C.S. Lewis, "Why do the righteous suffer?" ...read more

  • Jesus And Grace As Demonstrated In The Life Of Peter Series

    Contributed by Maurice Mccarthy on Nov 3, 2015
    based on 1 rating
     | 3,032 views

    A message how the grace in Christ kept Peter in all his ups and downs. Grace elevated him, picked him up when he fell, saw past his failures, took the violence out of him, and changed him from coward to bold witness.

    Jesus and Grace as Seen in the Life of Peter PPT 2 Series Title Jesus; all knowing, all powerful; all loving PPT 3 Message Title Jesus and Grace as Seen in the Life of Peter Grace God's goodness given to the undeserving. 1. Jesus will elevate you. (See pic in powerpoint, Jesus calling ...read more

  • The Last Discourse Series

    Contributed by Freddy Fritz on Mar 11, 2016
    based on 1 rating
     | 5,047 views

    Jesus' last discourse in Luke 22:21-38 shows us several areas of failure in the disciples.

    Scripture Jesus’ last night on earth was spent eating a meal with his twelve apostles. In fact, Jesus celebrated the last, divinely-sanctioned Passover meal, and also instituted the first, divinely-sanctioned Lord’s Supper. The meal took place over several hours, and Jesus spent his ...read more

  • Scariest Story Of All

    Contributed by Larry Turner on Oct 28, 2016
     | 3,849 views

    With all the horror stories played out at Halloween, the scariest story of all is found in the Bible.

    Did you enjoy the music that was playing when you came in? Were you looking over your shoulders for Jason or Michael Myers? Was Freddy Krugger stalking you? All of these of course were characters from famous horror films. We love to be frightened. Last week we went to Scarowinds on Friday night. ...read more

  • Where Are My People?

    Contributed by Ruby Mallory on Feb 6, 2017
    based on 3 ratings
     | 10,950 views

    Overcoming temptations, satan's sifting

    Where are my people? For those who have Bibles... Luke 22:31-32 - "And The Lord said, Simon, Simon, behold, satan has desired to have you, that he may sift you as wheat: but I have prayed for you, that your faith fail not: and when you are converted, strengthen your brethren." God ...read more

  • Anthropocentricity: The Traps We Set...

    Contributed by Wade Martin Hughes, Sr on Jan 4, 2017
     | 2,564 views

    UNDERSTAND ANTHROPOCENTRICITY--- The sin of putting man before God. There are spiritual traps we must avoid at all cost.

    ANTHROPOCENTRICITY: THE TRAPS WE SET By Wade Martin Hughes,Sr. Kyfingers@aol.com Humans are the only varmints that builds traps and set them to their own destruction. ANTHROPOCENTRICITY an(T)-thro- pa- sen- tric- ity Sam Williams wrote: I just finished reading an article about ...read more

  • What Transpires Should Inspire

    Contributed by B H Grace on Aug 26, 2016
     | 2,552 views

    Will you allow God to transform you so that what transpires in your life inspires?

    I had a dear friend comment on something I posted on Facebook thanking me for sharing my life as my writings are inspiring. Below is what I replied and hopefully it will be inspiring to someone as well. —————————— Luke 22:31 And the ...read more

  • For The Love Of Pete

    Contributed by Andrew Corbett on Apr 1, 2016
     | 3,303 views

    Following Christ as a leader involves answering one essential question. This question is answered by how we respond to the Enemy's sifting, and how we respond to Christ's impassioned enquiries.

    <h1>For The Love of Pete</h1> Of the many interactions that The Christ had with people, He had two particularly extremely curious conversations with his chief apostle, Peter. Curious may not be the right word. Bewildering may be more apt. One of them required Peter to act, the other required ...read more