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  • Recognizing Jesus Series

    Contributed by Tim Diack on Apr 9, 2013
    based on 4 ratings

    As the two men walked along the road to Emmaus they met with the risen Jesus. Scripture tells us that they were "kept from recognizing Him." Why were they blinded to the reality of who He really was? How did they respond when they finally saw Him for w

    Recognizing Jesus - Luke 24:25-35 - April 7, 2013 Series: Testimony and Membership In the 4th chapter of the book of Hebrews we read this: “Indeed, the word of God is living and active, sharper than any two-edged sword, piercing until it divides soul from spirit, joints from marrow; more

  • The Road To Emmaus

    Contributed by Clark Harden on Apr 7, 2013
    based on 1 rating

    The road to Emmaus involved the two disciples going the right way, obstructions, an account, and a detour.

    The Road to Emmaus There was a group of climbers who set out to scale a large mountain in Europe. The view boasted a breathtaking peak of snowcapped rocks. On clear days the crested point reigned as king on the horizon. Its white tip jutted into the blue sky inviting admiration and offering more

  • Hope Road

    Contributed by Clark Harden on Apr 7, 2013
    based on 24 ratings

    On the road to Emmaus the two disciples found hope.

    HOPE ROAD I recently read a story about a heart surgeon and how a young patient’s faith in Jesus changed the surgeon’s heart forever. "Tomorrow morning I'll open up your heart” the surgeon said to the 8 year-old-boy. "You'll find Jesus there," the boy said. The surgeon more

  • Easter Is Over -- Now What?

    Contributed by Rick Crandall on Apr 10, 2013

    1. Always assume that the Lord is nearby (vs. 13-21). 2. Let the Lord fortify your faith (vs. 17-27). 3. Seek to stay close to the Lord (vs. 28-31). 4. Tell how God has touched your life (vs. 32-35).

    Easter Is Over -- Now What? Luke 24:13-35 (Initial reading: vs. 13-21) Sermon by Rick Crandall Grayson Baptist Church - April 3, 2013 *We had a tremendous Easter Sunday. The Worship Service blessed our hearts, and the fellowship breakfast was out of this world. But what now? -- Where do we go more

  • Discovery Series

    Contributed by Kevin Ruffcorn on Apr 13, 2013

    The women didn't expect an empty tomb. The empty tomb not only surprised them but it also transformed them.

    Luke 24:1-16 “Discovery” INTRODUCTION Over two thousand years ago a group of women walked somberly and quietly from their homes to a burial site. Their purpose was to find Jesus and finish their hurried burial preparations, which they were unable to complete two days ago. more

  • Incognito Series

    Contributed by Kevin Ruffcorn on Apr 13, 2013

    The men walking to Emmaus didn't recognize Jesus until their eyes were opened.

    Luke 24:13-35 “Incognito” INTRODUCTION In our close relationships, we strive to be together even when we are apart. Some of us have family and friend pictures on our desks, or in our wallets and purses. We may carry a letter or special card, which we take out and read on more

  • Bread Of Vision Series

    Contributed by Tim White on Apr 15, 2013

    Two followers of Jesus had an encounter on their walk home that changed their lives and opened their eyes.

    Our Church members have had a lot of interest in the Walk to Emmaus lately, and for a good reason. I have never known anyone who went on a Walk that wasn’t tremendously blessed. If you are not saved when you go on the Walk, there is a very good chance you will be saved before you come home. more

  • Do You See Him? Series

    Contributed by Kevin Ruffcorn on May 1, 2017
    based on 1 rating

    Jesus walks with two disciples and reveals himself to them in eating of bread and drinking of wine.

    Luke 24:13-35 "Do You See Him?" INTRODUCTION We all have had events in our lives that have shaken our faiths like a level 8 earthquake. Our faith lives have been left in shambles. We have been overcome with doubts and confusion. Looking upon the pile of dust, brinks and broken trinkets, more

  • The Emmaus Road - A Deeper Study

    Contributed by J Jeffrey Smead on Apr 28, 2017
    based on 38 ratings

    Sometimes, life feels much like that Friday when Jesus died and was laid in the tomb. We feel Discouraged, Doubt, Disappointment! But as Tony Compolo says: ...... "It's Friday, ... but Sunday's a comin'"!

    For those not familiar with an Anglican Service there are four Scriptures read prior to the Message. The assigned readings for today are: Acts 2: 36-41; Psalm 116:1-3,10-17; 1 Peter 1:17-23 and Luke 24:13-35. Only Luke records the story. Not a word from Matthew, or Mark, or John. And more

  • Running Into Jesus

    Contributed by Kerry Haynes on Apr 30, 2017
    based on 3 ratings

    Like the two on the Emmaus Road, we sometimes grow disappointed with God. But, if we seek his will through his word, he speaks to us and clarifies his plans. Then, our disappointment turns to joy as we begin to see things from God's perspective.

    Luke 24:13-35 Running into Jesus The Bible records ten different resurrection appearances of Jesus. Today we look at one of the most captivating, a story only found in the gospel of Luke. The setting is a round trip hike between Jerusalem and Emmaus. A couple of Jewish believers are heading more

  • "Just A Little Walk With Jesus”

    Contributed by Mark Mitchell on May 24, 2017
    based on 1 rating

    Spending quality time with Jesus leads to love and conversion

    Luke 24:13-35 Introduction: Video “Let’s Go!” I. Their Initial Condition - Illustration “Dear God, It didn’t Happen” A. They were blinded. (v.16) B. They were confused. (vs. 18-23) C. They were without hope. (v.21) II. Their on-going Crisis - Illustration “It is literal” A. They more

  • Awakening To The Bread Series

    Contributed by I. Grant Spong on Apr 25, 2017
    based on 1 rating

    The journey to Emmaus is a mystery. Along the way we meet a stranger and He explains the Scriptures to us. Then He breaks bread and the mystery is revealed.

    Intro The journey to Emmaus is a mystery. Along the way we meet a stranger and He explains the Scriptures to us. Then He breaks bread and the mystery is revealed. Purpose Let’s introduce the stranger who accompanies us on life’s journey. Plan Let’s look at Luke 24:13-35 and the more

  • "Walking With Jesus"

    Contributed by Kenneth Sauer on Apr 27, 2017

    Jesus may come to us as a Stranger. Will we recognize Him?

    “Walking with Jesus” Luke 24:13-35 Two of Jesus’ disciples are walking home, down a dusty road, on the afternoon that Jesus rose from the dead. I wonder if, before Jesus was crucified, they had ever expected to walk down this road again. Had they planned to return home, some day, after more

  • "Blessings From The Stranger"

    Contributed by Gerald Roberts on Apr 27, 2017

    The disciples on the road to Emmaus encounter these blessings given by the stranger: The stranger blesses by talking, he blesses by listening, he blesses by unveiling, he blesses by staying with us, and he blesses by walking with us.

    “Blessings from The Stranger” Luke 24:13-35 1. The stranger blesses by walking and talking to the Disciples on the road to Emmaus • 17The Stranger asked the disciples, "What are you discussing?" The Disciples faces were downcast then Cleopus more

  • Walking With Jesus

    Contributed by John White on May 3, 2017
    based on 1 rating

    Let us look at an incident that occurred in the first week following His resurrection. The story of what happened when He walked with two of His followers on the road to the village of Emmaus. Then let us consider what can happen when we walk with Jesus.

    When We Walk With Jesus Luke 24:13-35 In his classic book of the same title, A. B. Simpson speaks of "The Christ of the Forty Days." There are two "forty" day experiences in the life of our Lord. The first forty day experience is seen at the beginning of his ministry and was a period of more