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  • On The Road With Jesus: Jerusalem Series

    Contributed by Jamie Bogaard on Apr 15, 2019
     | 5,303 views

    This first person narrative is told by one of the disciples who was to get the colt for Jesus to ride on. His views of being a disciple and what transpired on Palm Sunday.

    On the Road with Jesus: Jerusalem Matthew 21:1-11, Mark 11:1-11, Luke 19:28-44, John 12:12-19 April 14, 2019 Palm Sunday For the past several weeks we have been on the road with Jesus. It all started when Lazarus became so very ill and Jesus was sent for. We know that Lazarus died and was in a ...read more

  • From A Fruitless To A Fruitful Life

    Contributed by David Mende on Dec 11, 2017
    based on 3 ratings
     | 9,435 views

    This sermon talks about the danger of a barren spiritual life and exhorts God's people to live a fruitful life. I would be delighted if you could rate this sermon and give brief feedback.

    INTRODUCTION (SECURE ATTENTION) & BACKGROUND OF THE PASSAGE: PRAY before starting the sermon. ILLUSTRATION: {The Roman Catholic Church was involved in terrible corruption during the Middle Ages. They sold something known as ‘indulgences.’ In other words, the Roman Catholic church sold ...read more

  • I'm Just A Donkey

    Contributed by Luther Sexton on Feb 22, 2019
    based on 3 ratings
     | 11,856 views

    For at this chapter begins that which is called the passion-week. He rode in on a donkey. When we get to thinking too much of our self, we need to remember, we are just donkeys carrying the WORD. The glory goes to Jesus.

    I’M JUST A DONKEY SCRIPTURE: Matthew 21:1- 11 ; Mark 11:1-10; Luke 19:29-40 (READ); John 12:12-19 INTRODUCTION: For at this chapter begins that which is called the passion-week. M. H. All the four evangelists take notice of this passage of Christ’s riding in triumph into Jerusalem, five days ...read more

  • Palm Sunday 2019

    Contributed by Revd. Martin Dale on Apr 12, 2019
    based on 1 rating
     | 6,930 views

    Some reflections on Palm Sunday

    TSJ 2019 Palm Sunday 2019 This morning’s Gospel reading relates the beginning of one of the most momentous weeks in Antiquity – usually accepted to have been in AD 29. Indeed in my opinion it is the most important week in history. We know the story of Palm Sunday so well that it is hard to ...read more

  • The Barren Fig Tree Series

    Contributed by Christopher Benfield on May 2, 2018
     | 8,319 views

    Jesus approached a fig tree expecting to find fruit, but it only had leaves. While it looked promising from a distance, looks were deceiving. Are we bearing fruit or just showing pretty leaves and blooms?

    The Barren Fig Tree Mark 11: 12-14; 20-21 Our text today follows Jesus’ triumphant entry into Jerusalem. He had begun what most consider the Passion Week, the final days leading up to His crucifixion on Calvary’s hill. Most agree these events would have taken place on Monday morning of that ...read more

  • Cleansing The Temple Series

    Contributed by Christopher Benfield on May 9, 2018
     | 7,419 views

    As Jesus entered Jerusalem triumphantly, He entered the Temple, considering what He saw. Being displeased with much that was going on, He returned on Monday to set His Father's house in order.

    Cleansing the Temple Mark 11: 15-19 In our last study we discussed Jesus cursing the fig tree as He made His way to Jerusalem. While this was a physical act, it had spiritual implications. Jesus cursed the fig tree as He and the disciples were headed to the Temple on what most agree was Monday ...read more

  • Living In Uncertain Times Series

    Contributed by C. Philip Green on Feb 20, 2010
    based on 4 ratings
     | 9,146 views

    As Jesus’s disciples went with him into Jerusalem, they were afraid. Even so, they show us how to live in uncertain and fearful times: Obey Christ as your Sovereign; Follow Christ as your Servant; & Trust Christ as your Savior.

    Just this last week, I came across an article from The Futurist magazine, which listed some of the worst predictions of all time. They are very interesting. For example: A Roman engineer, Julius Sextus Frontinus, in A.D. 100 said, “Inventions have long since reached their limit, and I see no ...read more

  • Fruitless Religion Series

    Contributed by C. Philip Green on Feb 27, 2010
    based on 9 ratings
     | 8,064 views

    If we want to bear fruit for the glory of God and lead people to Him on a regular basis, then we must let Christ clean out the fruitless religion, and we must pray with hearts full of faith and forgiveness

    A clergyman dies and is waiting in line at the Pearly Gates. Ahead of him is a guy dressed in sunglasses, a loud shirt, leather jacket, and jeans. Saint Peter says to this guy, “Who are you, so that I may know whether to admit you into the Kingdom of Heaven?” The guy replies, “I’m Joe ...read more

  • A Power House

    Contributed by Perry Greene on Aug 3, 2016
    based on 1 rating
     | 5,708 views

    This lesson is inspired by Jim Cymbala's "My House Shall Be Called a House of Prayer." Just as the Temple was a place of prayer, the new temple, the church, should be as well.

    1. Personal Devotion A man walked up to a vending machine, put in a coin, pressed the buttons labeled, "coffee, double cream, sugar." No cup appeared, but the nozzles went into action sending forth coffee, cream and sugar. After the proper amounts had gone down the drain, the machine turned off. ...read more

  • Rejoicing In His Righteousness Series

    Contributed by Pastor Ricky A. Rohrig Sr. on Aug 1, 2016
     | 6,140 views

    Palm Sunday message from the book of Mark

    The Miracles and the Ministry of the Messiah in the Book of Mark Week 4: ‘Rejoicing in His Righteousness’ (Palm Sunday) Mark 11:1-11 Crossroads Community Church Rev. Ricky A. Rohrig Sr., Founding Pastor March 29, 2015 How many of tired of turning on the television, listening to ...read more

  • Jesus, The Tree Killer Series

    Contributed by Ed Vasicek on Dec 7, 2015
     | 3,885 views

    When Jesus cursed the fig tree, this served as an object lesson to teach us about the dangers of unbelief and the blessings of trust in the Lord.

    Jesus, the Tree Killer (Mark 11;12-14, 20-25) 1. I have a Christmas joke for Geeks. Q: What do you get if you cross an iPad with a Christmas tree? A: A pineapple! 2. Christmas trees help set an atmosphere, do they not? 3. Do you remember the Charlie Brown Christmas? He buys this ...read more

  • The Triumphant Sacrifice Series

    Contributed by Ed Vasicek on Nov 30, 2015
     | 3,512 views

    Jesus triumphant procession into Jerusalem on Palm Sunday seems straightforward enough, but the implications of this special event — documented in all four Gospels — run so deep that we may not have uncovered them all.

    The Triumphant Sacrifice (Mark 11:1-11) 1. "Children’s Letters to God" series, actual authentic letters written by kids to God: "Dear God, I read the Bible. What does ’begat’ mean? Nobody will tell me. Love, Alison." "Dear God, did you mean for the giraffe to look like ...read more

  • Temple Tantrum Series

    Contributed by Ed Vasicek on Dec 28, 2015
     | 3,185 views

    The Cleansing of the Temple was chosen for inclusion in the Gospels not as just information, but is amazingly rich in meaning.

    Temple Tantrum (Mark 11:15-19) 1. One guy made a New Year’s resolution without much meaning. He resolved he would never shovel snow again. Since he lived in Miami Beach, Florida, it was a resolution he no doubt kept! 2. Besides the most common resolutions — like losing weight, ...read more

  • The Jesus Parade

    Contributed by Mark Pierce on May 26, 2010
     | 4,296 views

    The triumphal entry into Jerusalem can be likened to our walk with Christ. The Jesus Parade involves preparation, fascination, as well as destination.

    The Jesus Parade – 04.05.09 Introduction – Have you ever been in a parade? It’s a fun thing to do. When I was a boy scout I was in several parades. These days Mary Kay is much more likely to be in a parade than I am. Today I want to talk about one of the most famous ...read more

  • Palm Sunday - Two Parades Series

    Contributed by Kevin Ruffcorn on Apr 1, 2010
    based on 4 ratings
     | 12,284 views

    Jesus' entry into Jerusalem while seated on a donkey demonstrates that he is not the Messiah that the people expect. Jesus is a Messiah who comes in love and rules by love.

    Mark 11:1-11 “Palm Sunday—Two Parades” INTRODUCTION We are back to where we started—at the beginning of the final week of Jesus’ life on earth. We have watched and listened as the conflict between Jesus and the Jewish religious leaders escalated. We have ...read more