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  • The Blood Of The Lamb

    Contributed by Rick Boyne on Apr 7, 2021

    Jesus covers, protects, and saves us with His blood.

    The Blood of the Lamb March 28, 2021 Morning Service Palm Sunday/Lord’s Supper Immanuel Baptist Church, Wagoner, OK Rick Boyne Message Point: Jesus covers, protects, and saves us with His blood. Focus Passage: Mark 14:12-25 Supplemental Passage: Exodus 12:1-14 Introduction: Traditions can be more

  • The Meal Of Forgiveness Series

    Contributed by Mary Erickson on Apr 1, 2021

    A sermon for Maundy Thursday.

    April 1, 2021 – Maundy Thursday Hope Lutheran Church Rev. Mary Erickson Mark 14:17-31 The Meal of Forgiveness Friends, may grace and peace be yours in abundance in the knowledge of God and Christ Jesus our Lord. Our theme for Lent this year has been forgiveness. This evening we observe the more

  • A Mountain Out Of A Molehill Series

    Contributed by Glenn Pease on Mar 28, 2021

    When we look at the life of Jesus we discover He was a Master at making mountains out of molehills. He was always finding the sublime in that which was simple. He used the insignificant over and over for the basis of inspiration.

    Basil Matthews tells of being in a little Arabian village and seeing a tall Arab boy playing a flute in the dusty streets. He was surprised and asked the boy if he could examine the instrument. He discovered it was made out of an old gun barrel. The boy had found it on a nearby battlefield. more

  • The Scariest Prayer In The Bible

    Contributed by Rick Boyne on Mar 24, 2021

    We must be willing to surrender completely to God’s will, no matter what.

    The Scariest Prayer in the Bible March 21, 2021 Morning Service Immanuel Baptist Church, Wagoner, OK Rick Boyne Message Point: We must be willing to surrender completely to God’s will, no matter what. Focus Passage: Mark 14:32-42 Supplemental Passage: The word which came to Jeremiah from the more

  • Good Friday: A Strange Way To Save The World!

    Contributed by John Gaston on Mar 23, 2021

    When it was God's turn to save the world, He didn't do like the Marvel Comic superheroes would do it - with super powers and force. Instead, God saved the world through the humility, gentleness, love, and forgiveness of His Son, Jesus.

    GOOD FRIDAY: A STRANGE WAY TO SAVE THE WORLD! JOHN 3:16-17 INTRODUCTION A. HUMOR 1. A 6th grade S.S. class discussed how old Isaac was when he was sacrificed. 2. One boy confidently affirmed that he couldn’t have been more than 12 years old. 3. The teacher said, “What in the world or the Bible more

  • Lent 2021 - Mary's Singular Focus Series

    Contributed by Stephen Belokur on Mar 13, 2021

    Jesus was anointed at least twice in His ministry with the last time being just days before His crucifixion. What do we see in these accounts that is often overlooked?

  • Seven Sundays To Easter: In The Garden Of Gethsemane Series

    Contributed by Jonathan Spurlock on Mar 11, 2021

    Jesus and the Eleven Disciples left the upper room and walked over to the Garden of Gethsemane. There Jesus prayed earnestly to the Father. Even though the disciples had come along with Him, our Lord was probably never so alone as He was at this time.

    Introduction: Jesus and the eleven disciples finished their time in the Upper Room. Judas Iscariot had left them so he could betray Jesus to the chief priests and others. He missed out on the truths which our Lord shared with the others in John 14-16, and the Lord’s beautiful beyond words in John more

  • Seven Sundays To Easter: "she Did What She Could" Series

    Contributed by Jonathan Spurlock on Mar 5, 2021

    If you ever felt like you did all you could for Jesus, the woman in this story knows exactly what you mean!

    Introduction: This story takes place in Bethany, near Jerusalem, just a few days before Passover. The Lord Jesus Christ spent some time in Bethany before He made His last journey to Jerusalem to die for our sins and rise from the dead for our salvation. During one of His last meals with friends, more

  • The Blessing Of Brokenness Series

    Contributed by C. Philip Green on Feb 10, 2021
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    If you want to be truly blessed and be a blessing to others, let God break you of your self-sufficiency and sin.

    Recently, I came across an interesting set of statistics on sanity. According to the study, one out of every four Americans is suffering from some sort of mental illness. Now, think of your three best friends. If they’re okay, then it’s probably you. (Rita Mae Brown, Church Champions Update, more

  • What Happens When You Fall Away Series

    Contributed by James Wallace on Jan 7, 2021
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    What happens when a believer falls away from the faith? What really constitutes as salvation? Where do we get the assurance of our salvation from? Are some falsely assured they are saved? This message addresses these questions.

    I received a call from a precious sister in Christ a couple months ago that was intended to encourage me. And it did, in some respects. This sister was calling to share with me that she had used my approach to witness to a friend who had by marriage also become a member of our extended family. more

  • Watch Out

    Contributed by Dr. Abraham Obadare on Dec 23, 2020
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    We must be careful for the spirit of selfishness and betrayal, according to the teachings in Mark 14

    Chief Priests & Scribes (copiers of royal and sacred manuscripts) sought to kill Jesus (14:1-2) • From the sense of Mark 14:53 & Matt. 26:3-4 where both chief priests and high priests are mentioned in the same verse, one could understand that the terms are not used interchangeably. High more

  • The Denial Of Peter

    Contributed by Chuck Brooks on Nov 27, 2020

    Today we are going to look at a portion of the life of Peter, one of the disciples or followers of the Lord Jesus Christ. We will look at an event in his life that he would most surely include in his "hall of shame.”...

    Most national sports leagues have a Hall of Fame where players with notable careers are inducted. There is even a Rock and Roll and Country Music Hall of Fame. However, most Christians have what is called a “Hall of Shame.” Inducted in the Christian’s Hall of Shame are those things you would more

  • We May Ask, Are Our Sacrifices Too Great For The Lord?

    Contributed by William Tan Yh on Oct 24, 2020

    Do we feel that the sacrifices that we made are too great? Do we feel weary and stress in our walk as a believer? We have been challenged to the extreme due to the storms that come our way. May this message bring comfort, faith and strength to you.

    Today’s devotion is taken from Mark 14:3-9: “And while he was at Bethany in the house of Simon the leper, as he was reclining at table, a woman came with an alabaster flask of ointment of pure nard, very costly, and she broke the flask and poured it over his head. There were some who said to more

  • Let It Out!

    Contributed by Derrick Tuper on Oct 5, 2020

    Last week in my sermon on showing appreciation made me think of the biblical accounts where people were not restrained in showing their appreciation or excitement. Let's see what we can learn from some of the ones who did that.

    LET IT OUT! Last week in my sermon on showing appreciation, I had mentioned what Jesus said to the Ephesian church in Rev. 2 about how they had forsaken their first love and they needed to repent and do the things they were doing in the beginning. I talked about how we may need to rekindle the more

  • Keep Calm And... Series

    Contributed by James Jackson on Aug 11, 2020

    On the most chaotic, stress-filled day of His life, Jesus modeled calm and stayed in control. Here are four things we can learn from Jesus about keeping calm.

    A few years ago, I started noticing this poster everywhere: Keep Calm and Carry On. It was on social media. T-Shirts. Coffee mugs. And it wasn’t long after that that you started seeing all the variations to it: [advance each one] • Keep calm and wash your hands (that one has just been in the more