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  • Ashamed Of Jesus

    Contributed by John Daniel Johnson on May 9, 2021
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    When we refuse to speak up for Jesus we prove to the world how much He really means to us. Today's sermon teaches us how to know people show their embarrassment of Jesus and the Signs of Being Ashamed of Him.

    "Ashamed of Jesus" Scripture Reference: Matthew 10, Mark 8, Luke 9 Preached at Mount Zion Baptist Church on May 9, 2021 Delivered by John Daniel Johnson Opening— Happy Mother’s Day to all our mothers this morning. I must confess to you that I had a simple more

  • Where Are The Privates?

    Contributed by B H Grace on Apr 12, 2021
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    The glitter of the "General's" stars are blinding others from seeing their place in the kingdom.

    In this generation everyone wants to be a general in God’s army. Prophecies abound that tell people they will be rich and finance the Kingdom. They will have a worldwide dynamic ministry. They will win thousands to the Lord and so on. No one seems to get a prophetic mission to be a good more

  • Palm Sunday - The Triumphal Road To Discipleship

    Contributed by Neil Olcott on Apr 2, 2021
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    This sermon will be looking at Jesus’ final entry into Jerusalem as He came to the end of His long road toward His earthly purpose and final work for us all on this earth, the cross. It looks at how easy it is for us to get off track on what our final destinations as disciples is meant to be.

    INTRO: Back in February Pat and I were returning from a week in Florida. We have made the trip from DC here to Dillsburg many times. When we travel we often will listen to an audio book to help pass the time. This year we were coming up from Richmond and into DC and listening to our book and more

  • The Waiting Is Over (A Palm Sunday Msg)

    Contributed by Steve Malone on Mar 23, 2021
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    In this message Jesus triumphal entry will teach us several important and timeless truths.

    The Waiting Is Over Palm Sunday 2020 MAN – I love that song (Take Courage) AND – one of the reasons is because it is absolutely true. Jesus – is always in the waiting. AND SO – this morning 4/5/2020 I want you tell yourself those truths we sang just a few moments ago… Take courage my heart Stay more

  • John-Son Of Thunder Series

    Contributed by Glenn Pease on Mar 18, 2021

    When John wrote his Gospel the other three were already written and well known. They are so negative on John that he probably thought there was little he could add, so he ignores himself all together in his own Gospel.

    A farmer in Georgia was sitting on the porch of his tumble-down shack. He was ragged and barefoot when a stranger stopped for a drink of water. Wishing to be agreeable, the stranger said, "How was your cotton coming on?" "Ain't got none," replied the farmer. more

  • Defective Disciples Series

    Contributed by Glenn Pease on Mar 18, 2021

    Practically every one of the Apostles, including Paul, is pictured as being wrong in an argument at some point. The 3 best known are specifically mentioned as being out of God's will in their attitudes toward others.

    It is not without good reason that many people say they never argue about politics or religion. The ignorance and intolerance of men in relation to these subjects is such that they almost always lead to contention and anger rather than helpfulness and understanding. The average person, who does more

  • Apostolic Intolerance Series

    Contributed by Glenn Pease on Mar 18, 2021

    If pride and a sense of exclusiveness and spiritual privilege could lead the Apostles to go wrong, it is not only likely, but inevitable that the same will be true of all of us.

    It is not intolerant to expose an oppose error. If a newspaper prints an article naming you as a spokesman for the Ku Kulx Klan it would not be intolerant for you to write them and tell them of their error. Likewise, if a man preaches that God’s Word teaches a man can be saved by works, it is not more

  • Our Determined Savior Series

    Contributed by Glenn Pease on Mar 16, 2021
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    Nothing could stop Jesus from the cross. It was a rough road with pot holes galore, and obstacles everywhere, but He plowed ahead not looking back.

    Robert Fulghum, who became famous for his book All I Really Need To Know I Learned In Kindergarten, has written another funny book titled, It Was On Fire When I Lay Down On It. He has officiated at over 1000 weddings and knows by experience that they are the events that bring out the ding dong in more

  • Blessed Are The Committed

    Contributed by Jim Keegan on Mar 12, 2021

    God needs committed Christians who will make a difference in the world for our generation. Not just believers, but real followers, disciples who put our faith first and live by it.

    Blessed Are the Committed Luke 9: 51, 57-62 (Read text) A British warship was docked at a port in the West Indies as a fierce storm was approaching. The wind picked up and powerful waves came sweeping into the harbor. There were five other ships of different nationalities also docked there, more

  • Jesus And His Face! Series

    Contributed by Larry Vollink on Jan 27, 2021

    Does it really make a difference if we know about the Face of Jesus? Let's find out!

    There are many verses that help us in knowing what the Face of Jesus was like. Today, we have many portraits of Jesus from His birth, his ministry, and his death, resurrection and ascension. From the 16th century to the 21st. Google has given us over 20 different pictures of what Jesus "may more

  • Jesus Is Stronger

    Contributed by Simon Bartlett on Jan 25, 2021

    The story of Jesus casting out a demon in Luke 11 teaches us that Jesus has the power to release us from the power of Satan and indeed from everything that enslaves us. The story also shows us how Jesus deals with reproach and the necessity of positively choosing Jesus.

    INTRODUCTION We are continuing our series in Luke. Today, we have the story of Jesus casting out a demon. I suspect that this story might not be the first choice of many preachers. Casting out demons probably seems very alien to many of us. But this story appears in Matthew, Mark and Luke and more

  • Following Jesus To The Jordan River Series

    Contributed by Lanny Smith on Jan 14, 2021

    Did you ever play "follow the leader" as a kid? Sure. It's a lot of fun until the leader makes you do weird things or some action you're uncomfortable with. How about following a leader you can always trust? This series is on following the only leader you can truly trust.

    You can hear the audio of the sermon on my podcast at: Jesus' Baptism - Follow the Leader Intro: • Young couple goes to visit her family for Christmas in New England. • Whole family went for a walk in the wintery wonderland. Hoping to connect with his more

  • The Journey Of The Christian Life

    Contributed by Simon Bartlett on Jan 2, 2021

    The Christian life is much more than a single decision to follow Jesus. It's a lifelong journey with Jesus. Jesus is with us on this journey. The journey is his classroom; it provides the context in which we learn to be like him.

    Today we’re just about at the end of the Christmas season and we’re going to move on from our Christmas themes. We’re starting a new series in the gospel of Luke and we’ll mostly continue in Luke until Easter. But before we start to look at our passage I want to explain why it’s so important that more

  • The Mountain Top Experience Series

    Contributed by Jeff Strite on Oct 25, 2020
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    Why did Jesus lead Peter, James and John up on the Mountain? And why would God make it so they could see Moses and Elijah speaking with Christ that day?

    The story in our text today is recorded in Matthew, Mark and Luke and I believe it’s the source of the phrase “A Mountain Top Experience. So, over the past week I went searching for stories and quotes about Mountain top experiences, and I stumbled on this comment: “The Outing Club is hosting world more

  • "Grasping The Great Prize – Horse Race”

    Contributed by Clarence Eisberg on Sep 5, 2020

    The disciples jockey for #1. Just like in the Kentucky Derby. Jesus reminds them to be humble, trusting as a little child. People graspe for greatness... So did Adam and Eve,

    In Jesus Holy Name September 6, 2020 Text: Matthew 18:3,4,10 Pentecost XIV - Redeemer “Grasping the Great Prize – Horse Race” Yesterday was the Kentucky Derby. It was run at the wrong time of the year, few if any fans in the stand…no famous hats on display. No more