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  • On The Road Again

    Contributed by Troy Mason on Aug 23, 2002
    based on 34 ratings
     | 2,789 views

    A call to get busy for Jesus

    On the Road Again Luke 24:13-35 Introduction: Willy Nelson and his #1 hit “On the Road Again, going places that I’ve never been, seeing things I may never see again. I can’t wait to get on the road again.” Today I want to speak about getting on the road again for Jesus. These men were trying to ...read more

  • Remember Who You Are

    Contributed by Tim Zingale on Aug 24, 2002
    based on 45 ratings
     | 9,353 views

    A sermon for the third sunday after Easter A sermon about Jesus’ encounter on the Road to Emmaus

    Third Sunday of Easter Luke 24:13- 35 "Remember who you are" Many years ago my family and I attended an Institute for Renewal at Luther College, one of the morning speakers was Dr. William Willimon who is a pastor and a professor at a southern seminary. During his talks, which were always good, ...read more

  • An Encounter With The Risen Lord

    Contributed by Stephan Brown on Oct 3, 2002
    based on 74 ratings
     | 9,000 views

    Demonstrates how religious ritual, even good religious ritual cannot bring the spiritual satisfaction that we crave. Only an intimate encounter with the Lord Jesus Christ can bring what our souls desire.

    An Encounter with the Risen Lord Christianity and the Bible make a lot of promises. When we tell people about Christ we promise them fulfillment: peace, and joy, and happiness. We promise them that Christianity is a relationship with Christ that will bring meaning to their life. And we offer all ...read more

  • An Encounter With The Risen Lord

    Contributed by Stephan Brown on Oct 3, 2002
    based on 34 ratings
     | 3,360 views

    Demonstrates how religious ritual, even good religious ritual cannot bring the spiritual satisfaction that we crave. Only an intimate encounter with the Lord Jesus Christ can bring what our souls desire.

    An Encounter with the Risen Lord Christianity and the Bible make a lot of promises. When we tell people about Christ we promise them fulfillment: peace, and joy, and happiness. We promise them that Christianity is a relationship with Christ that will bring meaning to their life. And we offer all ...read more

  • Easter Sunrise Service

    Contributed by Tommy Hames on Oct 5, 2002
    based on 180 ratings
     | 21,309 views

    A message for an Easter sunrise service

    I. THE EMPTY TOMB – Luke 24:1-12 II. THE ROAD TO EMMAUS – LUKE 24:13-35 A. Emmaus was about seven miles away. B. As they communed and reasoned Jesus drew near, but they didn’t know him. C. The disciples were: 1. Sad about the death of Jesus. 2. Disillusioned because they thought he had been ...read more

  • Back To The Future - An Easter Message

    Contributed by Christopher Hill on Apr 2, 2004
    based on 38 ratings
     | 4,074 views

    When we look back to the resurrection of Christ we are free to live life in a radical new way - life doesn’t end at the grave.

    In the trilogy of Back to the Future movies, Michael J Fox takes a wild adventure into the past through the use of a souped up Delorean that is turned into a time machine. In the first adventure, he travels back to the year of his parents’ high school prom. He realizes that making any changes in ...read more

  • "Have You Seen Jesus, Today?”

    Contributed by Scott Sharpes on Apr 9, 2004
    based on 25 ratings
     | 7,623 views

    Easter Sermon using three of the Easter stories revolving around seeing Jesus and how by that, their lives were changed forever. Closes with the song "I’ve Just Seen Jesus" by Larnel Harris

    Title: “Have You Seen Jesus, Today?” 04/11/04 West Side Text: John 20:1-20/ Luke 24:13-34 and 35-49 A.M. Service Purpose: An Easter Sermon with the emphasis that Christ lives in us. ******************************************************* Introduction (Sandi Patti/ Larnel Harris: ...read more

  • Now What?

    Contributed by Doug Koehler on Apr 16, 2004
    based on 49 ratings
     | 4,749 views

    This message is directed to a large portion of people that only attend Church on holidays like Easter.

    Hi, thank you for looking at this sermon. I hope it helps. Please do not say the sermon did not help you just because you did not like the style or could not use the entire message for your own needs. I have discovered a few souls automatically hit the ’did not help me’ button if the message they ...read more

  • The Reality Of The Resurrection

    Contributed by Warren Bird on Apr 17, 2004
    based on 90 ratings
     | 6,468 views

    Christ’s post-resurrection appearances establish its historical reality, its prophetic reality and its evangelistic reality. It really happened - to fulfil God’s plan, promised in the Old Testament. Thus, it is GOOD NEWS for us, to live and to proclaim.

    Christ has died …… Christ is risen ……… Christ will come again. Do you believe it? {Extract a strong affirmation from the congregation.} In that case, you are a step ahead of the original disciples in those early hours and days after the first Good Friday and Easter morning. They found it very ...read more

  • How Is Your Easter Heartburn?

    Contributed by Timm Meyer on Apr 27, 2004
    based on 19 ratings
     | 3,252 views

    EASTER 3(A) - How is your Easter hearburn? Is it a law heartburn which scorches the heart or a gospel heartburn which warms the heart?

    HOW IS YOUR EASTER HEARTBURN? Luke 24:13-35 - April 25, 2004 LUKE 24:13-35 13Now that same day two of them were going to a village called Emmaus, about seven miles from Jerusalem. 14They were talking with each other about everything that had happened. 15As they talked and discussed ...read more

  • Walking With The Risen Christ

    Contributed by Ray Ellis on Apr 27, 2004
    based on 36 ratings
     | 6,383 views

    This message gives part of the Easter story of the two disciples on the road to Emmaus.

    Walking with the Risen Christ Luke 24:1-7 Luke 24:13-34 Suppose you were in Jerusalem A.D. 30. You purchased the Jerusalem Daily News, the edition is labeled, “Extra.” The startling big type headline reads, “Nazarene’s Tomb found Empty.” One of the column captions catch you eye, “Death Now ...read more

  • Dare To Journey Again Series

    Contributed by Steven Simala Grant on Apr 4, 2003
    based on 80 ratings
     | 5,080 views

    Inviting people to take the next step in their spiritual journey, culminating in encountering the Risen Lord

    Dare To Journey Again – “Up From the Grave” Lent 2003 Luke 24:13-35 March 29/30, 2003 Intro: The journey of life sometimes catches us by surprise. Many of you were likely surprised by Niels’ announcement of his resignation as our Minister of Music this morning. I know he and Ingrid are ...read more

  • When A Stranger Isn't A Stranger Series

    Contributed by Ed Vasicek on Apr 11, 2003
    based on 38 ratings
     | 4,343 views

    The Resurrection of Jesus Christis an absolutely amazing event.I am convinced it really happened. But to the disciples, it seemed a total impossibility. Once again, truth was stranger than fiction. But the events of the Resurrection not only declare Jes

    When A Stranger Isn’t a Stranger (Luke 24:13-35) 1. Sometimes truth is stranger than fiction. 2. On Good Friday in 1865, Robert Todd Lincoln arrived late in Washington DC, and was told to meet his parents at the Ford Theater. As he entered, he was met by a crowd carrying his mortally wounded ...read more

  • The Emmaus Road- They Were Kept From Recognising Him

    Contributed by Ewen Huffman on Apr 18, 2003
    based on 58 ratings
     | 4,371 views

    An Easter sermon looking at the things that stop us recognising Jesus.(suitable for before communion)

    The Emmaus road- what ‘keeps’ you? Luke 24:13-35 WBC Easter Sunday 20/4/3 am V13- “… two of them…” Two unknown Jews, here Told later (v18)- one of them = Cleopas - other = wife?  Luke himself? o Certainly = an eyewitness But basically – unknown. Anonymous. Just your average Jo (or ...read more

  • The Emmaus Road Experience

    Contributed by Kenneth Trent on Apr 22, 2003
    based on 65 ratings
     | 15,519 views

    Using the NKJV, this outline simply divides the Luke 24:14-46 passage into six subdivisions which might facilitate a didactical approach to this great passage.

    THE EMMAUS ROAD EXPERIENCE Luke 24:14-46 The experience that two of Christ’s disciples had as they returned to their home in Emmaus tells us a great deal about the resurrected Christ. Every born-again believer would loved to have been walking with these two disciples and our Lord as He expounded ...read more