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  • A Chilling Prophecy

    Contributed by Jon Mackinney on Nov 10, 2010
     | 1,419 views

    The details that Jesus gave to His disciples about His impending death were chillling. But the result was going to be fantastic.

    Passage: Matthew 20:17-19 Intro: Thins were going pretty well in the brand new kingdom of God on earth. 1. popular, enemies routinely overcome with wise words or powerful action. 2. after three years, Jesus and His disciples were on a pretty good roll. 3. and as they headed for Jerusalem ...read more

  • What Are You Worth?

    Contributed by Tom Fuller on Sep 27, 2002
    based on 29 ratings
     | 6,279 views

    How do you figure your self worth – by how much money you have or how much power or prestige you have? Jesus has a totally different idea of how to measure your worth.

    What are you worth? I mean, really, how do you figure out what you are worth as a person? If you are #7 NFL Draft pick Bryant McKinnie the answer is easy. He’s in negotiations now with the Minnesota Vikings. He says it’s easy to sign him: "All I’m asking is for a fair deal. And that’s real ...read more

  • Why Did Jesus Have To Die

    Contributed by David Dewitt on Sep 20, 2005
    based on 18 ratings
     | 4,007 views

    Jesus gave His life as a sacrifice for the penalty of sin and death

    Why did Jesus have to die? Series: Searching for the Truth about Easter Matthew 20:17-19 March 13, 2005 Introduction George Atley was killed while serving with the Central African Mission. There were no witnesses, but the evidence indicates that Atley was confronted by a band of hostile ...read more

  • Palm Sunday: Soon It Would Be Over?

    Contributed by Pastor Randall Timblin on Apr 1, 2019
     | 2,202 views

    The Romans and many Jews wanted nothing more than to see this heretic gone, once and for all. They had enough of His insurrection. But, little did they realize, that He would NEVER be gone. In a few days, He would rock the world forever!

    Matthew 20:17-19 John 12:9-36 (NKJV) John 12:44-50 (NKJV) INTRODUCTION Today's Sermon is Titled 'Palm Sunday--It will soon be Finished' Everything was going according to His plan Down to the donkey He rode on All foretold by prophets like Isaiah and Ezekiel Several thousand ...read more

  • A Mother’s Request Series

    Contributed by Douglas Phillips on Jun 18, 2019
     | 3,980 views

    JESUS PROGRESSES ON HIS JOURNEY TO THE CROSS AND HAS AN INTERESTING CONVERSATION WITH THE MOTHER OF THE SONS OF THUNDER.

    A MOTHER’S REQUEST MATTHEW 20:17-28 MARCH 31, 2019 A FEW WEEKS AGO, WE BEGAN A SERIES OF MESSAGES DEALING WITH VARIOUS INCIDENTS AS JESUS MADE HIS LAST JOURNEY TO JERUSALEM. OUR JOURNEY STARTED WITH HIS FIRST PREDICTION OF HIS DEATH WHERE HE PRAISED PETER AND THEN REBUKED HIM, FOR SELFISHLY ...read more

  • Easter: Where Is The Joy?

    Contributed by Pastor Randall Timblin on Apr 6, 2019
     | 2,823 views

    This the season for JOY. Although what they did to my Lord was horrific, He outlasted them and brought much JOY to those who would believe in Him. And the JOY continues. HAPPY EASTER!

    SCRIPTURE Luke 22:1-7 Luke 22:14-22 Luke 22:31-34 INTRODUCTION Today's Sermon is titled EASTER- Is there JOY? You may have noticed that I did not read all of the verses. It was my attempt to shorten the sermon so that everyone can arrive at home before midnight. This is not all of what ...read more

  • Are You Taking God's Grace For Granted? Series

    Contributed by Chua Lena on Oct 9, 2001
    based on 37 ratings
     | 12,629 views

    To challenge the audience to re-examine themselves, whether they are taking God’s grace for granted?’

    SERMON TOPIC: “The Wedding Banquet” SERMON TITLE: “Are You Taking God’s Grace For Granted?” SCRIPTURAL TEXT: Matthew 22:1-10 OPENING WORDS Indeed, it is a great privilege to be able to share God’s Word with all of you this morning. Let us pray. OPENING PRAY Dear Lord, thank You for this ...read more

  • On To The Cross Series

    Contributed by Ian Humphrey on Nov 12, 2001
    based on 36 ratings
     | 4,297 views

    exposition on Matt ch 20v17-34

    ON TO THE CROSS Matthew 20 v. 17 - 34 in this portion we see :- 1. The Lord’s Direction v. 17 "going up to Jerusalem" 14 miles from Jericho 2. The lord’s Dedication is seen in :- where He went - "to Jerusalem", when He went - at 33 years old, why He went - to be crucified - "to lay ...read more

  • 8 Words To Change Your Family: Serving Series

    Contributed by Brian Bill on Jun 12, 2011
    based on 4 ratings
     | 8,750 views

    Families that serve together are strong together.

    8 Words to Change Your Family: Serving Nehemiah 4:13; Matthew 20:16-28 Rev. Brian Bill 6/12/11 A mother was preparing pancakes for her sons, Kevin, 5, and Ryan, 3. The boys began to argue over who would get the first one. Not wanting to miss a teachable moment, the mom said: “If Jesus ...read more

  • Would You Have Followed Jesus Christ?

    Contributed by Don Schultz on May 26, 2011
     | 2,203 views

    Encouragement to follow Jesus, letting nothing distract.

    Would you have been a follower of Jesus Christ if you had lived in the first century? We live 2000 years after the time of Christ, and we see him on the pages of Scripture, and we hear about him in chapel services like this one. We learn about him in religion classes, we hear about him in ...read more

  • A Messiah's Focus Series

    Contributed by Mark Schaeufele on Apr 8, 2011
    based on 3 ratings
     | 5,246 views

    We need to focus on our mission the same way that Jesus did.

    A Messiah's Focus Text: Matt. 20:17-33 Introduction 1. Illustration: Quote from the movie Hoosiers "Forget about the crowds, the size of the school, their fancy uniforms, and remember what got you here, focus on the fundamentals we have gone over time and time again, and most importantly ...read more

  • The Parable Of The Laborers: An Exposition Of Matthew 20:1-16

    Contributed by Mark A. Barber on Sep 9, 2020
    based on 4 ratings
     | 4,786 views

    Parables are more than stories from life. They illustrate something greater.

    The Parable of the Laborers: An Exposition of Matthew 20:1-16 Have you ever wondered about what Jesus did between the time he astonished the rabbis in the Temple when He was twelve years old and the time He came to John the Baptist for baptism when he was about thirty years of age. All Luke tells ...read more

  • "The Test Of His Courage"

    Contributed by Kenneth Sauer on Apr 1, 2006
    based on 13 ratings
     | 2,498 views

    The Cross is the ultimate in Courage.

    Matthew 20:17-19 “The Test of His Courage” By: Rev. Kenneth E. Sauer, Pastor of Parkview united Methodist Church, Newport News, VA www.parkview-umc.org There are, at least, two kinds of courage. There is the courage that is a kind of instinctive reaction… …it’s like a reflex ...read more

  • Greatness In God's Upside Down Kingdom

    Contributed by Don Schultz on Mar 3, 2005
    based on 31 ratings
     | 3,569 views

    What is greatness? The opposite of what we think. We’re so thankful that God is "great" in this way.

    Matthew 20:17-28: GREATNESS IN GOD’S UPSIDE-DOWN KINGDOM Once there was the president of a large corporation. He was a powerful man – when he said “jump” people would ask, “How high?” Everyone was below him, and everyone had to answer to him. And this job came with nice benefits – a fancy ...read more

  • The Greatest That Is In You

    Contributed by Ronald Fair on Feb 7, 2001
    based on 93 ratings
     | 2,098 views

    Like the potential in a seed so is the undeveloped greatness in you, Rev. Fair’s sermon speaks of the possibility that each of us have with God’s love and guidance.

    THE GREATEST THAT IS IN YOU Matthew 20:17-34 INTRODUCTION I hold in my hand one of the most marvelous things in the whole world. It is brown in color, stream lined in shape, and so small that if I dropped it, I would have difficulty finding it again. Science can duplicate ...read more