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  • Jesus Is Crucified Series

    Contributed by Scott Maze on Jun 3, 2021

    Had you gone to Jerusalem that day so long ago, and had you gone just outside the wall to the north, out through the Damascus gate, there you would have seen a rocky hill. And on that hill, you would have seen three crosses, with three men on those crosses.

    Good morning to Cross Church and happy Palm Sunday to you. Turn to Luke 23 with me this morning. The universal symbol of Christianity is the cross, the old rugged cross. While the empty tomb is the foundation of Christianity, the cross is the focus of Christianity. And while I cannot take all of more

  • Easter: Guaranteed Good News Series

    Contributed by Scott Maze on Jun 3, 2021

    I don’t pretend to understand everything that happened to Jesus before His resurrection, I do know this: several hours after their respective deaths, Jesus escorted a pardoned criminal inside the very gates of paradise.

    Good morning to you and Happy Resurrection Day to you all! Easter is special day and we are so glad to have you join us. Most Sundays I am looking at nothing but a camera these days. But not this Sunday (show pics of people’s printed pics on the pews)! What a welcome sight. Many of you are new to more

  • "Our Identity In Christ (Iii): We Are Forgiven And Loved By God”

    Contributed by Benjamin Utomo on Jun 2, 2021

    Knowing who we are in Christ is vital. Without it, we can be confused, lost, and have no meaning and purpose in our lives, and therefore, fail to accomplish God's plans for us. This is the third sermon series on "Our Identity in Christ."

  • The Thief On The Cross Series

    Contributed by Roshelle Brenneise on Jun 1, 2021

    Remember Me!

    October 31, 2020 Last week’s sermon on Zacchaeus was to be the last in this series until my friend and I read the book, “Surprised by Love” by Elizabeth Viera Talbot on a recent vacation {thoughts on this sermon come from the chapter, “The Assurance”}. To what lengths would you go to ransom your more

  • Funeral Message

    Contributed by Scott Maze on May 24, 2021

    Had you gone to Jerusalem that day so long ago, and had you gone just outside the wall to the north, out through the Damascus gate, there you would have seen a rocky hill. And on that hill, you would have seen three crosses, with the men on those crosses.

    Today, we both celebrate and mourn the loss of our friend, Jim. A great father and husband as well as a pillar of our church for many years. I know of few places of greater comfort in a time of loss than Jesus on the cross. Let me show you why this. Today’s Scripture Two others, who were more

  • If Crosses Could Speak.

    Contributed by Howard Strickland on Apr 4, 2021

    The title of this mornings message is—If Crosses Could Speak. The fact is these three crosses on Golgotha’s Hill did speak.

    If Crosses Could Speak. Luke 23:39-43NKJV Visual illustration—Have 3 crosses on stage, with the middle cross draped with purple, but at the end overlap the middle cross with white. Through the criminals on the cross, we see that death exposes the human heart. At the climax of a lifetime’s more

  • I Met Him On The Cross Series

    Contributed by Gordon Pike on Apr 4, 2021

    The Perfect Lamb of God can and will make you into a new creation by the power of His blood and He will do this because He wants to be with you in your heart and in your life in the here and now … and He wants you to be with Him in Paradise forever.

    The three men struggle as they carry their cross beams through the Jerusalem streets. Two of them wear signs around their necks that say “kakourgos” (kaw-coor-gos). The third prisoner lags behind … beaten and broken and so badly torn up that someone has to help Him carry His cross beam. His more

  • Good Friday - Remember Me

    Contributed by Jefferson Williams on Apr 3, 2021

    One criminal mocks. The other asks for Jesus to remember Him. Two responses that are still the heart posture of much of humanity.

    Good Friday 2021 Jesus died…for you! Pastor Jefferson M. Williams Chenoa Baptist Church 04-02–2021 Three Crosses Behind me on the wall of our sanctuary, there are three crosses. These crosses are precious to our church because they are made out of the wood from the the old church building. But more

  • A Hill With Three Crosses

    Contributed by Christopher Arch on Apr 2, 2021

    This is a sermon I preached for Easter.

    Title: “A Hill With Three Crosses” Script: Lk. 23:32-43 Type: Easter/Evang. Where: GNBC Easter Sunday 2021 Intro: The story is told of a Southern Gospel group that was called “The Resurrections”. The story took place back in the early 1970’s. It seems as though the singing group were going more

  • This Day You Will Be With Me In Paradise Series

    Contributed by Claude Alexander on Mar 29, 2021
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    It was a terrible thing to be crucified. It also added insult to injury to be crucified between two obvious criminals. But there's a story here and a lesson. This brief passage relates one of the most amazing prayers and promises in the entire Bible

    This Day You Will Be with Me in Paradise Luke 23:43 One of the criminals who hung there hurled insults at him: 'Aren't you the Christ? Save yourself and us!' But the other criminal rebuked him. 'Don't you fear God,' he said, 'since you are under the same sentence? We more

  • Ironies Surrounding Jesus’ Crucifixion

    Contributed by Byron Sherman on Mar 28, 2021

    1 of 1. Luke wrote a true account of some events that surrounded Jesus’ crucifixion, & in so doing recorded some of the ironies present in Jesus’ death. *What are some of those ironies? Ironies surrounding Jesus’ crucifixion are hidden/revealed in...

  • The Word Of Faith Series

    Contributed by Glenn Pease on Mar 26, 2021

    Faith or the lack of faith is the difference between heaven and hell. There is no way to over-emphasize the necessity and value of faith. Charles Wesley wrote, "Faith, mighty faith the promise sees, and rests on that alone; Laughs at impossibilities, and says it shall be done."

    Not all heroes die a noble death. Jacques de Lalaing, the flower of knighthood, who was considered the pattern of chivalry for all of Europe, and who was called the last hero of romance, died an early death in 1453. It was not of a lover's broken heart, or in a tournament with his more

  • The Perfect Promise Series

    Contributed by Glenn Pease on Mar 26, 2021

    This was a personal promise to this man that on this very day that he would die he would enter into the perfect life.

    Jonathan Swift made the well known statement, "Promises and pie crust are made to be broken." This attitude has prevailed through much of history, and the result has been that many have been rich in promises, but poor in performance. Many centuries ago Ovid suggested that men ought more

  • Near The Cross--Maundy Thursday Good Friday

    Contributed by Rick Gillespie- Mobley on Mar 25, 2021

    There were several people passing by or standing near the cross, but what they saw depended on what they were looking for when they looked at Jesus.

    Near The Cross Luke 23:26-49 Maundy Thursday is the beginning of the process that takes Jesus to the cross. Jesus was crucified in a very public place, which means many people saw what was taking place. Where do you think you would have fit in that day based on what you think about more

  • Cerca De La Cruz Jueves Santo Viernes Santo

    Contributed by Rick Gillespie- Mobley on Mar 25, 2021

    Había varias personas que pasaban o estaban de pie cerca de la cruz, pero lo que veían dependía de lo que buscaban cuando miraban a Jesús.

    Cerca de la Cruz Jueves Santo Viernes Santo Lucas 23: 26-49 El Jueves Santo es el inicio del proceso que lleva a Jesús a la cruz. Jesús fue crucificado en un lugar muy público, lo que significa que mucha gente vio lo que estaba sucediendo. ¿Dónde crees que more