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  • Hearts On Fire

    Contributed by Greg Burcham on Jun 25, 2016

    This sermon deals with the self inflicted damage we do to our spiritual hearts and God's prescription for healing.

    Hearts On Fire, Luke 24:32 Luke 24:32 “And they said to one another, did not our hearts burn within us while He talked with us on the road, and while he opened the scriptures to us.” Did you know that the word “heart” appears in the King James Bible 830 times? Only the more

  • Jesus Provides Meaning And Clarity

    Contributed by Allan Bernardo on Mar 12, 2013
    based on 4 ratings

    A 15-minute Exegesis on Luke 24:13-35

  • Jesus Appears To His Disciples Series

    Contributed by Freddy Fritz on Jun 10, 2016
    based on 4 ratings

    Jesus' appearance to his disciples in Jerusalem in Luke 24:36-49 shows us how they came to recognize that Jesus was indeed alive.

    Scripture Jesus was crucified on Friday, Nisan 14, 30 AD. He was buried in Joseph of Nicodemus’ tomb before sundown on that same day. But, three days later, on the first day of the week, that is, on Sunday, at early dawn, several women went to the tomb, taking the spices they had prepared more

  • Can't Nobody Break Bread Like Jesus

    Contributed by Wayne Lawson on Dec 5, 2016
    based on 7 ratings

    As the travelers made their weary way to Emmaus a stranger fell alongside them. It was going to be one of the most wonderful walks in history!

    TITLE: CAN’T NOBODY BREAK BREAD LIKE JESUS SCRIPTURE: ST. LUKE 24:13-32 We will shortly gather around this Communion Table for the final time in the Calendar Year 2016. Few began Year with us have been called from Labor to Reward. I want to spend some time focusing on this table for more

  • A True Hope

    Contributed by Troy Stanley on Feb 4, 2017

    Sermon on the Hope that we have in Christ. A hope that we will participate in the resurrection. The importance that we be prepared to give a reason for our hope in Christ.

    A True Hope How many of you have made a New Year's Resolutions? Every year right before the new year I start planning for the upcoming year. I make a few resolutions and hopes for the new year. It’s the time of year I work to get the budget under control and (Dave Ramsey myself out more

  • The Jesus Journey Series

    Contributed by Matthew Kratz on Sep 25, 2016
    based on 3 ratings

    The story of this encounter, like our own journey of faith, may be viewed from three perspectives: 1) The need for understanding (Luke 24:13–24), 2) The source of understanding (Luke 24:25–27), and 3) The response to understanding (Luke 24:28–32).

    There is a story of an Army Airborne ranger who was learning to parachute. The sergeant barked out the orders: 1. Jump when you are told to jump. 2. Count to ten, then pull the ripcord. 3. If the first chute doesn’t open, pull the second ripcord. 4. When you land, a truck will take you back more

  • Jesus Is That You?

    Contributed by Ronnie Miller on Nov 3, 2011

    There are 3D's of Christianity: Discouragement, Doubts and Disbelief. When all or any of the 3D's of Christianity happen, Christ begins to fade into the background of our life and that's a place where many are today.

    Jesus is that you? Brenda and I have been looking at new TV's because our LCD flat screen was hit by a sponge ball by me or one of my grandsons while we were playing. There is a spot on the right side of the screen that looks like Alfred Hitchcock's profile. There are many TV's to choose from now more

  • Three Invitations

    Contributed by Brian Gordon on Nov 7, 2011
    based on 1 rating

    Jesus' encounter with his disciples on their journey to Emmaus is a beautiful example of the invitation into a deeper relationship with Christ. I brought this message before a Communion Service.

    I. Introduction A. Have you ever been driving down the road with your radio on, and a song comes on that you just have to groove to? a. Either it reminds you of days gone by, reminds you of a special moment in your life, or you identify with the message. b. So your head starts bobbing and your more

  • God Is Big Enough To Remove My Doubts Series

    Contributed by Matthew Kratz on Apr 14, 2012
    based on 1 rating

    The sovereign plan of God, removes doubt, bringing eternal life through the forgiveness of sins, can be seen through: 1)The Reappearing of Jesus (Luke 24:36) , 2) The Reassuring by Jesus (Luke 24:37–43), 3) The Revealing by Jesus (Luke 24:44–49)

    Faith is not belief in spite of evidence. (It is an embracing of evidence and a love of the person, God Himself, who has been so gracious to provide the evidence). If we choose not to believe, it is not for lack of evidence (Larson, B., & Ogilvie, L. J. (1983). Vol. 26: The Preacher’s Commentary more

  • Jesus In The Ot

    Contributed by Dean Rhine on Jun 19, 2018

    OT prophecies of Jesus

    Jesus in the Old Testament This morning, as we continue on our adventure through the Old Testament, we review quickly where we are at. In Genesis, we saw the age of the Patriarchs, the famous forefathers of the Jews. In Exodus we saw the years of Slavery. In Numbers, we saw the period of more

  • God Do It Again: One Heartbeat Away.

    Contributed by Wade Martin Hughes, Sr on Sep 26, 2018
    based on 1 rating

    The question is not where is the God of Elijah! The question is where are the Elijah's of God. Hurt and disappointments seem to limit our spiritual vision. Look at Jeremiah C. Lanphier

    GOD DO IT AGAIN --- ONE HEART BEAT AWAY… By Wade Martin Hughes, Sr. **The question is not where is the God of ELIJAH… the question is WHERE ARE THE ELIJAH’S OF GOD? Is there an Elijah in our midst? Is there a Deborah? Esther? Ruth? Arise David’s heart in our camp. **I AM more

  • Jesus Declares His Mission Series

    Contributed by Dr. Jonathan Vorce on Sep 21, 2018
    based on 1 rating

    Last week we began our series on “Red Letters.” We explored the Gospels in short detail. Today we will focus on the Declared Mission of Jesus and the continuing fulfillment of that mission today through the Church!

    Luke 4:18-19 Last week we began our series on “Red Letters.” We explored the Gospels in short detail. Today we will focus on the Declared Mission of Jesus and the continuing fulfillment of that mission today through the Church! I. THE MISSION OF JESUS - THE DRIVING FORCE OF THE GOSPEL - LUKE more

  • Follow Me - A Daily Walk With Jesus

    Contributed by Scott Redmond on Jul 28, 2018

    When you follow Jesus, He will lead you into the Bible, through the prayer closet and out into the harvest fields! Jesus said, "Follow Me". Jesus is still calling disciples to daily follow Him on the path of life.

    Title: Follow Me - A Daily Walk with Jesus Jesus is still calling disciples to daily follow Him on the path of life. › INTRODUCTION: God has a plan for your life. God’s PLAN FOR YOU... is your purpose and what He had in mind when He created you. Jesus said that He came to more

  • Talking To Someone Who Gives You Heartburn

    Contributed by Maurice Mccarthy on Sep 10, 2018

    God is looking for people who will become living burning bushes, that will cause others to turn aside and be changed.

    Talking to Someone Who Gives You Heartburn PPT 1 title There are people that just the thought of them can make you feel uncomfortable. We all know people like that. If I were to ask when is the last time you talked to someone who gave you heartburn, I wouldn't be surprised if someone said it more

  • Peter's Wonderful Surprise Series

    Contributed by David Owens on Aug 20, 2018

    After denying Jesus three times, Peter must have felt that Jesus would want nothing more to do with him, but on resurrection morning Peter received two wonderful surprises that told him he couldn't be more wrong about that.

    Introduction: A. One day an attorney gathered the entire family for the reading of the will of their wealthy relative. 1. Kinfolk came from near and far, to see if they were included in the bequests. 2. The lawyer somberly opened the will and began to read: “To my cousin Ed, I leave my ranch. more