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  • Just As He Said Series

    Contributed by Coty Pinckney on Oct 25, 2000
    based on 64 ratings

    Jesus was faithful to fulfill His promise to rise from the dead, thereby verifying that "heaven and earth will pass away, but my words will never pass away."

    Just As He Said A sermon on Mark 15:40-16:8 by Coty Pinckney, Community Bible Church, Williamstown, MA 10/22/00 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 40 And there were also some women looking on from a distance, among whom were Mary Magdalene, and more

  • Ressurection Of Jesus, Does It Make A Difference To Us?

    Contributed by Michael Treston on Jun 9, 2001
    based on 71 ratings

    if jesus rose from the dead then it should make a difference to how we live, we don’t serve a dead prophet but a living Lord

    On the third day he rose again Mark 16:1-8 Resurrection of Jesus – what does it mean for his followers. Emotions Fear one – dead things hang around graveyards Fear is one of the major reactions to the resurrection Fear because things aren’t supposed to come to life in graveyards. Scooby Doo. Fear more

  • Don't Let The Stone Stop You

    Contributed by Tommy Davis on Apr 13, 2004
    based on 355 ratings

    An Easter Message of encouragement as delivered by Pastor Tommy L. Davis, New Jerusalem Missionary Baptist Church, Motts, Alabama.

    (A sermon by Pastor Tommy L. Davis, New Jerusalem Missionary Baptist Church, Motts, Alabama) Text: Mark 16:1-4 1 And when the sabbath was past, Mary Magdalene, and Mary the mother of James, and Salome, had bought sweet spices, that they might come and anoint him. 2 And very early in the morning more

  • Jesus Is Lord! Series

    Contributed by Johnny Creasong on Apr 14, 2004
    based on 26 ratings

    Mary asked, "Who will roll away the stone?" Up against an impossible situation? Look! The Stone of impossibility is GONE!

    Philippians 2:5-11 Your attitude should be the same as that of Christ Jesus: Who, being in very nature God, did not consider equality with God something to be grasped, but made Himself nothing, taking the very nature of a servant, being made in human likeness. And being found in appearance as a more

  • Do You Know Jesus

    Contributed by Wesley Bishop on Mar 14, 2004
    based on 4 ratings

    This is an Easter message.

    henever you watch something on TV that is a continuation of a previous show, they always bring you up to speed on what is going on. They say, “Previously on ‘I Love Lucy,’ Ricky caught Lucy in one of her little pranks.” You know the drill. So I think it is only fair to bring everyone up to speed more

  • "He Lives! And So Can You..."

    Contributed by Kevin Smith on Apr 20, 2004
    based on 40 ratings

    Jesus was crucified at calvary, but he got up... and many of us like Jesus, have died in some areas in our lives but need to get back up!

    I. INTRODUCTION: The enemy wants to convince you that you are forever guilty of sins & trespasses & that you cannot be forgiven. That you will never amount to anything. He will get you depressed & down, & try to make you feel like you are worth nothing & can do nothing. He wants you to think more

  • You Can't Keep A

    Contributed by Dean Meadows on Mar 18, 2008
    based on 5 ratings

    This is a sermon that deals with the resorection of Christ, and how we can benifit as Christians and how those who are not Christians need to become one.

    Can’t keep a “God” man down! Mark 16:1-8 We have all have heard the saying; “You can’t keep a good man down”. We will talk about that in a little bit. But what we start off with talking about the day we all are celebrating today. So let’s start with the first man that you can’t keep down… You more

  • Easter - Dead Men Tell No Tales Series

    Contributed by Peter Loughman on Mar 19, 2008
    based on 7 ratings

    What’s done is done, we cannot change our past - but through the power of the Lord Jesus Christ we can rise up and live again, we can become whole, we can be redeemed.

    Everyone had failed him. There was betrayal, denial, abandonment, and the results were catastrophic: Jesus had suffered an excruciating beating, He was forcibly driven through the city to a rock outcropping called, “The Skull” and left to die naked on a cross. For days Jesus lay decaying in a more

  • Easter 101

    Contributed by Bruce Ball on Mar 16, 2008
    based on 16 ratings

    An Easter teaching for seekers and those who may have questions about what happened on that Sunday when Jesus arose.

    Every Easter Sunday, we find people sitting in churches that have no real understanding of just what went on at Easter, or why it happened. They come to church because they have a yearning to hear the story of Christ, but they leave with just as many questions as they had before they came in. more

  • Easter Sunrise

    Contributed by Kyle Blanton on Mar 25, 2008
    based on 4 ratings

    Easter Sunrise Devotional

    Easter Sunrise Service April 8, 2007 Scripture & Opening Prayer: Opening Comments: The sun is barely rising above the horizon, yet our hearts should be soaring in its light with the good news of Christ’s resurrection. Today’s dawn reminds us of the dawn 2000 years that not only brought a new day more

  • The Stone Was Rolled Away

    Contributed by Ray Ellis on Mar 16, 2008
    based on 14 ratings

    This Easter message answers the question: “What stone is blocking a person’s life and keeping the person from being all that God wants the person to be.”

    “The Stone Was Rolled Away” Mark 16:1-8 The theme of today’s message comes from the Easter Cantata the choir is singing next Friday, Saturday and Sunday, “Arise and Reign.” One of the songs the choir is singing is titled, “He is Risen – Alleluia.” The words go like this: “Look! The morning more

  • Easter Day - Family Worship 2008

    Contributed by Joseph Neil Adams on Feb 21, 2008
    based on 4 ratings

    All ages service where I want to think about some of the mistakes made on first Easter day so we don’t make them too, because ‘Jesus isn’t dead He is alive.

    Easter day - Family Worship 2008 Mark 16: 1-8 Service to begin with challenge to children & adults that every time I say ‘Jesus isn’t dead’ they have to shout out loud ‘No He’s alive’. Talk #1 A quick quiz to begin - hands up if you know who Orville & Wilbur Wright were? Yes the Wright more

  • Easter Day

    Contributed by Joseph Neil Adams on Feb 21, 2008
    based on 14 ratings

    Mark’s original ending has been seen as controversial yet it is so powerful & real & full of challenge.

    The Easter resurrection story in Mark offers us a different slant in a way on old story. It offers us an ending where the feeling is not spontaneous joy & praise, but fear & confusion & doubt. It is a ending that has troubled the Church for generations, indeed it made the people who put together more

  • Why Do You Come To The Tomb?

    Contributed by Gary Harrison on Mar 18, 2007
    based on 15 ratings

    Sunrise Service

    Why do you come to the tomb? Mark 16 : 1 - 8 Mary Magdalene, Mary and Salome had a specific reason for going to the tomb that Easter morning. They wanted to pay homage to this man they loved by giving His body it’s last respects by applying the proper spices and anointments to preserve the body. more

  • Seized By Terror And Amazement Series

    Contributed by Donna Muise on Apr 17, 2007
    based on 3 ratings

    Seeing what God has done can transform your life just like the women who went to the tomb that first Easter morning.

    SEIZED BY TERROR AND AMAZEMENT Mark 16:1-8 So they went out and fled from the tomb, for terror and amazement had seized them; and they said nothing to anyone for they were afraid. Anybody with any sense would flee from such a sight as the empty tomb. Occupied graves are foreboding enough, more