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  • Five Heart Experiences In Luke 24

    Contributed by Ralph Andrus on Aug 5, 2007
    based on 4 ratings

    Communion Meditation - Different Hearts found in Lk. 24 - Sad, Slow, Burning, Open, & Glad

    - World Heart Day celebrated on Sunday September 30, 2007 in over 100 countries all around the world. - Heart disease and stroke is the world’s largest killer, claiming 17.5 million lives each year It is also a major cause of disability. - An estimated 71 million Americans suffer from heart more

  • "Were Not Our Hearts Burning?"

    Contributed by Brian La Croix on Aug 9, 2007
    based on 4 ratings

    Easter message based on the conversation between Jesus and two men on the road to Emmaus.

    “Were Not Our Hearts Burning?” Luke 24:13-35 Easter Sunday, April 8, 2007 We come here each Sunday and we sing about Jesus, we pray to Him, we read about Him and listen to sermons about Him, and I hope we go out of here loving Him a bit more. But for the average person in the seats, does more

  • The Road To Emmaus (Luke 24:13-35)

    Contributed by David Smith on Nov 5, 2007
    based on 6 ratings

    Emmaus Revisited ...

    I’ve had some pretty intense pastoral encounters this past week. I think that’s the right term - ‘pastoral encounters’? I’m referring to those dialogues I have occasionally with people that are deep and spiritual, and I’ve had quite a number of them in this last week. And most of these intense more

  • Resurrection & Worship (Luke 24:13-35)

    Contributed by David Smith on Nov 9, 2007
    based on 1 rating

    Christian worship starts at the resurrection of Jesus. ...

    If I asked you what events you believe are most likely to rock our world (ie. make the biggest impact) over the next 12 months, it would be interesting to see what you’d come up with I doubt that the wedding of Charles and Camilla is going to change much. I could be wrong. The choice made more

  • Easter - Ghosts

    Contributed by Joseph Neil Adams on Feb 22, 2008
    based on 4 ratings

    A message thinking about life, death, resurrection & ghosts because that lie the devil has used about Jesus not being really alive but just a ghost must be dispatched back to hell.

    Ghosts Luke 24:36b-48 Perhaps because we hear this Easter story so often we loose some of the power. We loose something of the sense of how fantastic & ridiculous an idea this truly is - Jesus dead now alive. How can that be because dead people stay dead, we all know that to be true don’t more

  • Sermon 3: Encountering Jesus Along Life's Road Series

    Contributed by Charles R. Swindoll on Feb 22, 2008
    based on 314 ratings

    Fantastic! Outstanding! Incredible! Thanks to blockbuster movies, thrill rides, and Madison Avenue ad campaigns, we have come to expect that if life isn’t “sensational,” something must be wrong.

    Encountering Jesus along Life’s Road Luke 24:13–35 Sermon Series: Jesus: The Greatest Life of All From the Bible-Teaching Ministry of Charles R. Swindoll Introduction Fantastic! Outstanding! Incredible! Thanks to blockbuster movies, thrill rides, and Madison Avenue ad campaigns, we have more

  • La Experiencia En El Camino De Emaus

    Contributed by Major Gerardo Balmori on Feb 23, 2008
    based on 55 ratings

    La experiencia que dos discípulos de Jesús tuvieron al caminar hacia Emaús nos enseña bastante acerca de la naturaleza de la resurrección de Jesucristo. Todos nosotros como creyentes y nacidos-de nuevo hubiésemos deseado estar caminando con el Cristo resu

    LA EXPERIENCIA EN EL CAMINO DE EMAUS Lucas 24:14-46 El Ejército de Salvación Mayor Gerardo Balmori La experiencia que dos discípulos de Jesús tuvieron al caminar hacia Emaús nos enseña bastante acerca de la naturaleza de la resurrección de Jesucristo. Todos nosotros como creyentes y more

  • "Made As Though He Would Go Further"

    Contributed by Jimmy Chapman on Sep 27, 2007
    based on 4 ratings

    This is a short devotional about spending time with the Lord. Jesus was a GUEST WHO NEEDED INVITING, but He is A GUEST WORTH INVITING.

    “…and he made as though he would have gone further" Luke 24:28 Luke 24:13-35 I heard a story recently about a boy who went on a date with a girl he loved deeply. He asked her, "Can I kiss you?" She was silent. He then asked, "May I kiss you?" Again, she was silent. He said, "Well, are you more

  • Understand The Scriptures

    Contributed by Christian Cheong on May 4, 2008
    based on 1 rating

    The Lord directed His disciples back to the Scriptures, and when they understand it, they were filled with joy and hope. They saw the living Christ in their midst.

    Two disciples were walking with Jesus but they did not recognise him. • They could tell Jesus what had happened, but they did not understanding it. • Jesus said, “How foolish you are, and how slow of heart to believe all that the prophets have spoken!” (v.25) • He took time to explain the more

  • Recognising Jesus

    Contributed by Richard Schwedes on Oct 31, 2007
    based on 16 ratings

    An Easter sermon that helps us see how to recognise Jesus, and what to do next

    In the Gospel reading read this morning from Luke 24, verses 13 to 35 we hear about two people on a journey with Jesus. On this journey some significant things happen. The mood of the journey, changes. It begins with two of Jesus followers, going back to something they knew. Being more

  • On The Road To Emmaus

    Contributed by Darren Rogers on Dec 30, 2007
    based on 31 ratings

    Having a true walk with the Lord is a real eye opener

    On The Road To Emmaus – 8th April 2007 pm The chief priests and the Pharisees were determined that Jesus was going to stay in his grave. They used every resource and power available to see to that. They secured the tomb by placing a seal on the great stone that had been rolled in front of it more

  • Is Jesus Your Companion?

    Contributed by David Rigg on Nov 28, 2007
    based on 3 ratings

    Here’s an Easter message using the story of a blind girl to bring home the point of the Road to Emmaus experience for two of Jesus’ followers.

    IS JESUS YOUR COMPANION? Luke 24:13-35 And, behold, two of them went that same day to a village called Emmaus, which was from Jerusalem about threescore furlongs. [14] And they talked together of all these things which had happened. [15] And it came to pass, that, while they communed more

  • Messages Of Resurrection

    Contributed by Dan Santiago on Jan 10, 2008
    based on 10 ratings

    Resurrection of Christ has great implications to our present experience of life.

    THE MESSAGES OF RESURRECTION LUKE 24:1-49 INTRODUCTION ILLUSTRATION Josh McDowell entered university as a young man looking for a good time and searching for happiness and meaning in life. He tried going to church, but found religion unsatisfying. He ran for student leadership more

  • The Emmaus Road

    Contributed by Revd. Martin Dale on Apr 5, 2008
    based on 5 ratings

    Why did Luke only chose to record two post Resurrection appearances of Jesus - and why was the Emmaus Road experience one of them

    The road to Emmaus Story: The legendary Malcolm Muggeridge was a British journalist, author , satirist and media personality He was also a Marxist before he found Christ. During the Cold War he travelled to Russia to write a story about the Communist party and the decline of religion in more

  • Seeing God In Our Lives

    Contributed by Richard Schwedes on Apr 6, 2008

    A sermon that highlights how Jesus helps us through the disappointment when we think God is not in our lives

    Anyone here watch Spiderman movies? As a child I was never really interested in Spiderman, however my son Zackary has convinced me to watch the Spiderman movies with him and I quite enjoy them.. One of the story lines of these movies is the potential romance between a young skinny whimpy man more