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  • He Was Silent Premium Sermon

    Contributed by PRO Premium on Oct 9, 2023
    based on 3 ratings

    The sermon explores the superhuman acts of Jesus during the final 36 hours leading up to Easter, focusing on the fulfillment of major prophecies, starting with His silence and refusal to defend Himself.

    We have three weekends between now and Easter, which is the most important day on the Christian calendar. So we are preparing ourselves by looking at the things Jesus did that weekend that were superhuman. They were against all odds. During week one, I walked us through the 24 prophecies Jesus more

  • A Foot In Both Crowds

    Contributed by Eloy Gonzalez on Apr 11, 2003
    based on 57 ratings

    Palm Sunday: We have a foot in both crowds - the one the praised Jesus on Palm Sunday and also the one that shouted, "Crucify Him." But Jesus willingly took on the Cross for our double-mindedness and hypocrisy. We are forgiven!!

    [Note: This is an original sermon. It is partially based on an outline provided in "Concordia Pulpit Resources" from CPH.] Our worship today started with the story of Jesus’ triumphal entry into the city of Jerusalem. There was a huge crowd there to receive Him. They shouted hosanna, hosanna – more

  • Attachez Les Mains De Jésus

    Contributed by Créteur Fabien on Oct 12, 2004

    Des hommes ont emprisonné Jésus, et ils l’ont attaché en cherchant à le rendre inactif !! Savez vous que vous pouvez faire de même avec lui aujourd’hui...

    INTRODUCTION 1. Dans Marc 15/1, nous lisons de comment les ennemis de Jésus lui ont lié dans la préparation pour l’envoyer à Pilate... « Dès le matin, les principaux sacrificateurs tinrent conseil avec les anciens et les scribes, et tout le sanhédrin. Après avoir lié Jésus, ils l’emmenèrent, et le more

  • The Day The Earth Stood Still

    Contributed by John Knight on Jul 14, 2002
    based on 20 ratings

    A look at the suffering of Christ and the nature of sin that makes a crowd move from "Hosanna" to "crucify him"; the suffering of Christ provides for us the call and example of living for God.

    The Day The Earth Stood Still Mark 15: 1-20 Introduction: 1951. Price controls are introduced to curb high inflation. 1951. The Rodgers and Hammerstein musical The King and I premiers on Broadway June 25, 1951. CBS presents the first commercial color TV broadcast. It lasts for four hours. more

  • The Crucifixion Series

    Contributed by Tom Fuller on Apr 21, 2005
    based on 13 ratings

    Jesus chose to go to the cross - to be beaten and spat upon and to be separated from the Father - even though He didn’t have to. The question is: why did He do it? Also learn when it’s right to speak up and when to remain silent.

    1 Very early in the morning, the chief priests, with the elders, the teachers of the law and the whole Sanhedrin, reached a decision. They bound Jesus, led him away and handed him over to Pilate. The Jewish religious leadership had already decided to try to get Jesus killed - they had done it more

  • Jesus, In Your Opinion Series

    Contributed by Shawn Drake on Apr 26, 2005
    based on 25 ratings

    This is the 7th sermon in the series "When Jesus Comes To Your Town". This series is based on the "Passion Week".

    Series: When Jesus Comes To Your Town [#7] JESUS, IN YOUR OPINION Mark 15:1-15; John 18:33-40 Introduction: [Have a suit and tie on with a pull-over shirt underneath.] Ask these questions and do whatever it says while asking: 1. In your opinion, do you think I look better in this suit with the more

  • Good Friday: Who Should We Blame For Jesus' Death?

    Contributed by Peter Loughman on Oct 26, 2006
    based on 6 ratings

    Who is to blame for Jesus’ death? You are.

    Who Is Responsible For The Death Of Jesus? Sit down and watch the evening news, pen up the morning paper or listen to the radio while driving to work and there is the topic: Who is responsible for the death of Jesus? I never thought that would be news. Have you noticed: No one wants to take more

  • It's Not Fair!

    Contributed by Ken Durham on Jul 21, 2005
    based on 30 ratings

    Can we hear ourselves saying “It’s not fair!” And you are probably right! It isn’t. Ask Jesus – He knows.

    INTRODUCTION Do you agree we live in an unfair world? It’s strange how quickly children are aware that life is not fair. Just listen into what children have to say and it’s not long before the words “It’s not fair!” can be heard. Someone has more sweets or a bigger present than another, having to more

  • Pilate's Dilemma

    Contributed by Troy Borst on Apr 10, 2006
    based on 26 ratings

    What was Pilate to do with the Christ? That really was his dilemma. What was he to do with this man? In the end, Pilate made his decision to condemn an innocent man to death and allow the crowds and the chief priests to have their ways.

    PILATE’S DILEMMA MARK 15:1-15 INTRODUCTION... READ MARK 15:1-15 I. THE PRIESTS (verses 1-11) We find that in the dilemma of Pilate he had the chief priests and elders and the teachers of the law pulling at him in certain directions. Pilate correctly percieved that these religious leaders handed more

  • Binding And Loosing The Hands Of Jesus

    Contributed by Marilyn Murphree on May 3, 2007
    based on 8 ratings

    There are ways that we bind the hands of Jesus from doing what He wants to do in our lives. There are also ways we can loose His hands to accomplish His plan and purpose.

    May, 2007 Binding and Loosing the Hands of Jesus Mark 15:1-15 INTRODUCTION: In Mark 15:1 we read about how the enemies of Jesus bound Him in preparation for sending Him to Pilate. They bound Jesus and took Him to Pilate. The song says, “He could have called 10,000 angels,” or He could have more

  • Barabbas: That's You! Series

    Contributed by Pat Cook on Apr 1, 2006
    based on 48 ratings

    Jesus took the place of Barabbas. This sermon shows that we are Barabbas, and calls people to be thankful that Jesus took our place.

    Mark 15:1-15 – Barabbas: That’s You! Today, as we proceed through our study of The Life of Jesus, we get ever closer to Jesus’ death. Today we are looking at one aspect of His trial and crucifixion that may or may not be new but it bears repeating anyway. To be reminded of what Jesus did for more

  • Do We Really Understand

    Contributed by Mike Chipman on Mar 23, 2008
    based on 4 ratings

    Maundy Thursday Sermon on Christ’s Passion

    Date: March 20, 2008 Text: Mark 15 Objective: Christians can begin to understand the reality of the crucifixion by knowing what Christ’s sacrifice has bought us. What Christ’s Sacrifice Bought Us 1. It Bought us freedom from shame a. Do we understand the shame? 2. It bought us rest a. Do more

  • Binding The Hands Of Jesus

    Contributed by Ray Searan on Feb 20, 2007
    based on 6 ratings

    In Mark 15:1, we read of how the enemies of Jesus bound Him in preparation for the sending of Him to Pilate, When you read those words it is easy for your heart to be filled with sadness, and even with a touch of “righteous indignation” for that crowd tha

    “Binding the Hands of Jesus” Text: Mark 15:1 (KJV) 1And straightway in the morning the chief priests held a consultation with the elders and scribes and the whole council, bound Jesus, carried him away, and delivered him to Pilate. Mark 15:1 (AMP) 1AND IMMEDIATELY when it was morning, the chief more

  • The Blessing In The Burden

    Contributed by Mark Aarssen on Mar 14, 2008
    based on 4 ratings

    Maybe you are carrying your burdens while others in the crowd are watching as you struggle. Maybe you fall from time to time under the weight of those burdens. The crowd around you may even taunt you or there may be those who encourage you.

    The Blessing in the Burden Have you ever had a burden thrust upon you that made you think, why has this happened to me, why now, why here, why in front of everyone? Maybe you have received a phone call at the last minute asking you to watch someones sick child just as you were ready to spend a more

  • The End Before The Beginning

    Contributed by Charles Whitmire on Mar 15, 2008
    based on 8 ratings

    This message looks at the crucifixion story told by Mark...

    Next week is Easter. I’m sure you have already been making plans. Plans to attend Easter egg hunts, and have family over for dinner, maybe you’ve even selected a special outfit to wear... This morning, I want us to look at something a little darker - as I thought about my message this week, the more