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  • The Irony Of Fate

    Contributed by George Warner on Jul 24, 2021

    Cynicism was never a virtue

  • Resurrección: Una Expresión De Amor

    Contributed by John Singarayar on Jun 11, 2021


    Resurrección: una expresión de amor Sagrada Escritura: Mateo 28:1-10, Marcos 16:1-14, Lucas 24:1-44, Juan 20:1-29. Reflexión Mis queridos hermanos y hermanas, Todo el mundo ha s sido creado por Dios para ser el maestro de la creación. A pesar de que el / ella se more

  • Resurrection: A Love Expression

    Contributed by John Singarayar on Jun 11, 2021
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  • Jesus Speaks Series

    Contributed by Scott Maze on Jun 8, 2021

    It’s here on the Road to Emmaus that you and I learn powerful lessons on how to experience a personal awakening. My aim this morning is this: for you to experience a personal time of worship.

    Good morning to my friends at Cross Church. As you are finding the last chapter of Luke 24, I want to invite you to a powerful time of prayer two Sundays from today. I am calling our church to pray for spiritual awakening. Personal awakening… for our church to awaken, and for our nation to awaken. more

  • The Road To Emmaus

    Contributed by Michael Koplitz on May 5, 2021

    What did the two men on the road to Emmaus think about the resurrection? They had the opportunity to meet the risen Christ. Is it not interesting that Luke has two unknown men meet the risen Christ first?

    The Road to Emmaus Luke 24:13-35 Rev. Dr. Michael H. Koplitz Luke 24:13 And behold, atwo of them were going that very day to a village named Emmaus, which was 1about seven miles from Jerusalem. 14 And they were talking with each other about all these things which had taken place. 15 While they more

  • The Promised Church Series

    Contributed by John Bright on Apr 27, 2021

    This is the sixth in a 7-part series on The Apostles Creed. I used this as a way to give folks in my new churches an understanding of my beliefs and our common ground as Believers. Teaching sheet at the end of the text.

  • The Uneven Road Ahead Series

    Contributed by John Dobbs on Apr 8, 2021

    In today’s text we focus on the reality that there is an uneven road ahead for disciples of Jesus.

    Lost and Found: The Uneven Road Ahead Luke 24:13-35 Introduction Today we are bringing to an end the LOST AND FOUND sermon series from the latter half of Dr. Luke’s Gospel. In this series we have explored ideas of being lost and found. The Prodigal Son Got himself lost, but was able to find more

  • After Easter: On The Road To Emmaus

    Contributed by Jonathan Spurlock on Apr 8, 2021

    A pair of discouraged disciples left Jerusalem for their home in Emmaus. While going there, they met a Stranger Who walked with them and gave them something they weren't expecting!

    Introduction: On Resurrection Day, the first day of the week, the Lord Jesus Christ rose from the dead. Mary Magdalene had seen and spoken with the Lord, and had shared this news with the other believers (John 20). As the day went on, a pair of disciples decided they would go back to their home at more

  • Many Convincing Proofs

    Contributed by Dr. Fred W. Penney on Apr 7, 2021
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    This sermon covers all of Luke 24 in a series of scenes where Jesus establishes his resurrection and commissions his disciples to be witnesses.

    Title: “Many Convincing Proofs” Easter Sunday – 2021 - Luke 24 Subject: what does the resurrection of Jesus mean for us? Complement: we have a mission to tell the good news! Big Idea: “ The Resurrection Accelerates The Mission” Introduction... *As the son of a carpenter – Jesus knew the power of more

  • "we Had Hoped..."

    Contributed by Kenneth Sauer on Apr 7, 2021
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    A sermon about the Road to Emmaus and beyond.

  • Making Sense Of The Resurrection Series

    Contributed by James Wallace on Apr 5, 2021
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    When the apostles first heard of the resurrection of Jesus, the words seemed as nonsense to them. How can you make sense of the Resurrection? Take the four steps they did!

    Luke 24:8-35; 44-46 Main Idea: RE: Jesus’ Resurrection: Investigate, Evaluate, Believe & Adjust Your Life Accordingly For the last 6 months, I’ve been somewhat obsessed with the supernatural—miracles in history. I know they’ve happened; I know they happen today, and I’ve had some happen more

  • See Jesus! Series

    Contributed by C. Philip Green on Apr 1, 2021
    based on 1 rating

    If you want to see Jesus through the fog of your depression, disappointment, and doubt, then open your Bible and open your heart to Him.

    When I was teaching a philosophy class for Barton County Community College, we were asking some fundamental questions: What is Truth? & How do we know the Truth? At that time, one of my students introduced me to The Matrix, a science fiction movie, in which the real world has been taken over more

  • He Is Risen!

    Contributed by John Gaston on Mar 30, 2021
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    The resurrection of Jesus is much more than a resuscitation, it's the new creation beginning! Easter isn't just an event, it's a revelation: we need intimacy with Jesus to heal our emptiness. It will conquer our fears, remove our doubts, & forgive our failures.

    HE IS RISEN! Lk. 24: 1-6; 36-39 INTRODUCTION A. HUMOR 1. A Romanian woman fainted when she opened her front door and found her husband standing there. The Romanian weekly, Tinerama, says it all started when a man named Neagu choked on a fishbone, stopped breathing, and collapsed. 2. The more

  • The Road To Emmaus Series

    Contributed by Brady Boyd on Mar 18, 2021
    based on 4 ratings

    There seemed to be a lot more drama surrounding the death of Jesus – earthquakes, curtains being torn at the Temple, darkness covered the earth. The resurrection was done quietly without any witnesses to the actual moment of resurrection.

    Easter 2021 The Road to Emmaus There seemed to be a lot more drama surrounding the death of Jesus – earthquakes, curtains being torn at the Temple, darkness covered the earth. The resurrection was done quietly without any witnesses to the actual moment of resurrection. Death can be dramatic, but more