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  • La Gracia De Amor

    Contributed by J Spurling on Mar 22, 2009
    based on 2 ratings

    Hay dos ejemplos de amor. Uno es la demostración de la mujer cuando ella derramó el perfume sobre Jesús y el otro es el gran amor que Jesús demostró cuando derramó su sangre por nosotros. El último ejemplo de amor debe impulsarnos a ser transformados. Ca

    “Esto es mi sangre del pacto, que es derramada por muchos.” Busquen en sus Biblias el libro de Marcos y encuentren capítulo 14. Vamos a revisar los relatos que están pasando acá. Primeramente miraremos la escena con la mujer quien derramó su perfume sobre Jesús. Introduccion: Una more

  • Maundy Thursday Service Of Darkness (The Upper Room)

    Contributed by Spencer Homan on Dec 15, 2008
    based on 10 ratings

    This is a special service of darkness, written to recreate the "upper room" feel.

    MAUNDY THURSDAY The Upper Room Welcome Welcome to the upper room this fateful night… you are gathered at table with the rest of the 12. Jesus is your host… you come to celebrate the Passover meal… a meal which should be a celebration… however the atmosphere around you strange… you know more

  • Will You Marry Me?

    Contributed by Brian Smith on Oct 15, 2008
    based on 3 ratings

    Did you know that Jesus included a marriage proposal into the Passover liturgy?

    Will You Marry Me…? Mark 14: 12-26 The Passover Meal (Seder) -Passover is the oldest Jewish holiday -Passover background is found in Exodus 12, 13, and 14 -The purpose of the Passover Seder is to draw the story of the Exodus out of the past and into the present so that each person will more

  • Thankful? For What!? - A Communion Sermon

    Contributed by Ken Pell on Oct 6, 2008
    based on 3 ratings

    A Communion sermon designed to provoke thankfulness by sharing the Good News of God’s grace and salvation.

    THANKFUL? FOR WHAT!? Mark 14:1-26 Sermon Objective: A Communion sermon designed to provoke thankfulness by sharing the Good News of God’s grace and salvation. Supporting Scripture: Exodus 12:13-27; Exodus 24:8; Jeremiah 31:31-33; John 6:35-59; INTRO: Thankful? For What!? Those were more

  • Voices From Galilee

    Contributed by Clarence Clough on Sep 22, 2008
    based on 1 rating

    But when once raised from the dead, Jesus would resume His relationship with His disciples-with the poor of the flock. He would go before them to the place where this relationship commenced, to Galilee, afar from the pride of the nation, and where

    Voices from Galilee Text: Mark 14:26-29; Acts 1:3 And when they had sung an hymn, they went out into the mount of Olives. And Jesus saith unto them, All ye shall be offended because of me this night: for it is written, I will smite more

  • Last Supper Series

    Contributed by Tim Smith on Sep 16, 2008
    based on 3 ratings

    a sermon on the Last Supper

    Last Supper Mark 14:12-25 No one has had a greater impact on history or on human kind than the person of Jesus. He healed the sick, caused the lame to walk and the blind to see. He taught the people great truths which have stood the test of the ages. With 12 men, he launched a movement which more

  • The Last Supper And Us Today

    Contributed by Greg Johnson on Mar 9, 2008
    based on 10 ratings

    The events at the last supper tell us much about Jesus and His relationship with us today.

    This message is an edited version of a sermon given at Loving God Fellowship. Copyright © 2008 Loving God Fellowship, Inc. . Click to have messages emailed to you as they are made available. You are encouraged to share this message with those you know that are more

  • The Cup Of Suffering

    Contributed by Robert Ganglfinger on Feb 29, 2008
    based on 7 ratings

    The cup of suffering our Lord drank of has been passed down through time to each of us, and He has given us the example of how we should partake.

    INTRO: 1. Nobody wants to talk about suffering. a. Many people who are suffering don’t want to talk about what they are going through. 2. Suffering takes on many forms: a. It comes in the form of sickness. b. It comes at the hands of others. c. It comes at the hand of the enemy of our more

  • Lord's Supper - The New Passover Series

    Contributed by Peter Loughman on Feb 23, 2008
    based on 10 ratings

    Don’t you ever forget. Don’t you ever believe in the lie – You are not worthy of redemption. You are worthy of the blood of the lamb. You are worthy of bread of life.

    Twelve men entered the Upper Room with Jesus, eleven men would look back at the time as a time of powerful redemption, as a time of healing and communion – one man, he would look back with regret. Eleven men would break bread and share the cup with others becoming some of the most honored men in more

  • Back To The Basics: Baptism And Holy Communion Series

    Contributed by Brian William on Oct 25, 2007
    based on 8 ratings

    Sixth in the "Back to the Basics" series, exploring the foundational beliefs of Christians. This sermon addresses the question, "What do Christians believe about the baptism and holy communion?"

    Last week, while flipping through the channels on tv, I came across the movie Gladiator with Russell Crowe, just as it was getting started. If you’ve seen the movie, you’ll remember that it is set in ancient Rome at about the same time as Jesus lived. The main character, Maximus, played by more

  • Half-Time Talk Series

    Contributed by Jeff Strite on Mar 27, 2007
    based on 67 ratings

    The Disciples had experienced one or two Passover Meals with Jesus before this. Why did Jesus wait til this last one to refer to how it applied to Him?

    OPEN: There is a part of a basketball game that no spectator gets to see. No matter how important the ticket holder may be. No matter how much he’s paid for his seat. There is one event he will NOT be INVITED to observe. And yet this one event can change the entire course of a game. I’ve read more

  • The Last Supper

    Contributed by Keith Manry on Feb 28, 2007
    based on 24 ratings

    This is part I in the series - 24. It is a first person narrative account from the owner of the upper room. The Preaching Idea: Give Christ the place of honor in your life.

    They were 24 hours that would forever change the world. No war or time of peace, no government or nation, no army or ruler has or ever will impact the course of human history in the profound manner in which that one day did. From sundown to sundown it was by far the worst and best day the world has more

  • Maundy Thursday: The Invitation

    Contributed by Peter Loughman on Oct 27, 2006
    based on 15 ratings

    Passover and the Lord’s supper. Jesus comes to us first, knowing our failure, yet pursuing a relationship anyway.

    Preparing for Passover.We are finding out more of who Jesus is.The more we look – the more complex we find Jesus is. Today we Jesus fully aware of what will happen to him, But he is in control – events do not control him, even with foreboding shadows coming Jesus is obedient to his calling. We more

  • How's Your Memory? Series

    Contributed by Darryl Bell on Apr 17, 2006
    based on 11 ratings

    Remembering Jesus’ in the Lord’s Supper, we share in his death and his life.

    “How’s Your Memory?” Mark 14:12-26; 2nd Lent; 2nd of 7 in “All for You” series; The Promise; 3-12-06; Darryl Bell How is your memory? I heard of an older couple that was having some trouble remembering so they took a memory course together. A few months later the husband was out work-ing in more

  • The Unfinished Feast

    Contributed by William Mouser on May 16, 2005
    based on 22 ratings

    Drawing on the traditions surrounding the Seder, this sermon shows the Eucharist to be an unfinished feast which all believers participate in prior to Jesus’ conclusion of this Passover when he drinks the last cup of the Passover observance with his disci

    Mark 14:12-26 Maundy Thursday that day in Holy Week when the Church remembers the inauguration of what is its principle act of worship – what we refer to as the Lord’s Table, the Communion, or the Holy Eucharist. It is referred to as “the breaking of bread” in Acts 2:42. And, from the more