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  • Don't Miss The Point

    Contributed by Jacob Brimm on Apr 20, 2021
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     | 628 views

    Why do we even bother coming to church? It's a common question! Now after COVID we have more church available online than every before. This sermon will journey through the Bible to answer the question of WHY we gather together for service.

  • "tomb Visitors On Resurrection Sunday"

    Contributed by Gordon Weatherby on Apr 4, 2021
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    This message deals with the accounts of those first visitors who came to the tomb of Jesus expecting to find the body of Jesus, but instead have an encounter with an angel of the Lord.

    TOMB VISITORS ON RESURRECTION MORNING Matthew 28: 1-8, 9-10; John 20:1-9, 11-18 Greenmount and O’Leary Churches of Christ April 04, 2021 Video Link: https://youtu.be/vJykUX0tKMI INTRODUCTION: 1.) This morning I want us to go back in time over 2,000 years to the scene of a graveyard. 2.) This ...read more

  • The Storm Before The Calm

    Contributed by Derrick Tuper on Apr 4, 2021
     | 1,054 views

    The storm before the calm. Normally we hear this said the other way around. Though there are times when there is the calm before the storm, in the case of Jesus' crucifixion and resurrection, the storm came before the calm.

  • There Was Darkness Over All The Land

    Contributed by Michael Stark on Apr 3, 2021
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     | 590 views

    The rework of the Easter 2020 message, which was not delivered. Jesus was God in the darkness as He hung on the cross, and He is God in the darkness of these evil days.

    “From the sixth hour there was darkness over all the land until the ninth hour. And about the ninth hour Jesus cried out with a loud voice, saying, ‘Eli, Eli, lema sabachthani?’ that is, ‘My God, my God, why have you forsaken me?’ And some of the bystanders, hearing it, said, ‘This man is calling ...read more

  • My God, My God ,why Have You Forsaken Me." Series

    Contributed by Claude Alexander on Apr 3, 2021
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     | 384 views

    Both Matthew 27:45 and Mark 15:33 tells us that as Jesus was hanging on the cross darkness covered the land. Then Matthew 27:46 and Mark 15:34 quote Jesus as asking, “My God, my God, why hast thou forsaken me?”

    "My God, My God ,why have you forsaken me." Matt. 27:46; Mark 15:34 The fourth word of Jesus from the cross discloses a sense of hope when we remember the whole psalm from which it comes. Psalm 22 does indeed begin with desperation: “My God, my God, why have you forsaken me? Why are you ...read more

  • Wounded To Heal Broken Hearts

    Contributed by Bright Adeyeye on Apr 3, 2021
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     | 564 views

    At Calvary, Jesus suffered emotionally, and psychologically. He came to heal our broken hearts.

    "45 Now from the sixth hour until the ninth hour there was darkness over all the land. 46 And about the ninth hour Jesus cried out with a loud voice, saying, “Eli, Eli, lama sabachthani?” that is, “My God, My God, why have You forsaken Me?” Matthew 27:45-46. Have had your heart broken in the ...read more

  • The End Of The Beginning Vs The Beginning Of The End.

    Contributed by Wade Martin Hughes, Sr on Apr 2, 2021
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    Sin has tried to snuff the light of Jesus from the beginning of time. After CALVARY Jesus has brought about the end of sins' dominion. Good Friday seems terrible, but the resurrection turns history around.

    THE END OF THE BEGINNING OR THE BEGINNING OF THE END! By Wade Martin Hughes, Sr. Kyfingers@aol.com (If you cover each point this is a ...read more

  • Jesus' Crucifixion Series

    Contributed by Freddy Fritz on Apr 1, 2021
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    Jesus' crucifixion in Matthew 27:32-56 teaches us what his death accomplished for sinners.

    Scripture After Jesus’ last Passover, which became the institution of the Lord’s Supper, Jesus and his disciples went to the Mount of Olives. Jesus then took Peter, James, and John to Gethsemane, a garden area where oil from the olives was pressed, to pray. Eventually, Judas arrived and betrayed ...read more

  • "god's Power Found In The Cross"

    Contributed by Kenneth Sauer on Mar 29, 2021
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    A sermon for Good Friday.

    “God’s Power Found in the Cross” Matthew 27:27-56 The cheering crowds from Palm Sunday are gone. Now Jesus is alone, nailed to a cross, dying. The robbers crucified with Jesus cruelly mock Him. Those who pass by hurl insults at Him and shake their heads, as do the religious authorities who ...read more

  • The Cross And The Forsaken Saviour

    Contributed by Bright Adeyeye on Mar 29, 2021
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     | 754 views

    How can it be? How can the Saviour be forsaken by those He came to save? How can the Father forsake His own Son?

  • Punished For Me-Life Swap 4 Psalm Sunday

    Contributed by Rick Gillespie- Mobley on Mar 26, 2021
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     | 788 views

    This sermon deals with the contrast of changing places with Jesus on Psalm Sunday as opposed to Good Friday. It stresses that Jesus not only died for us, but that He died in our place.

    Punished For Me-Life Swap Palm Sunday 3/28/21 Matthew 21:1-11 and Matthew 27:32-54 We are in the fourth message of our series on Life-Swap in which Jesus changes places with us. We have looked at Betrayed For us, Forsaken For Us, Accused For Us. Today we will look at Punished For Us and ...read more

  • Breakfast With The Devil, Supper With The Savior

    Contributed by John Gaston on Mar 20, 2021
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     | 1,193 views

    Would you think it unusual if a man on death row was saved while the lethal injection chemicals were dripping into his I.V.? The thief on the cross next to Jesus began his last day in the service of Satan, but ended it in Paradise with God!

    BREAKFAST WITH THE DEVIL, SUPPER WITH THE SAVIOR Mt. 27:38-43; LK. 23:39-43 INTRODUCTION A. HUMOR 1. Jennifer Johnson told how her Dad began teaching business classes at a local prison through a community college. On his first night of class, he started a chapter on banking. 2. During the ...read more

  • A Terrifying Victory

    Contributed by Glenn Pease on Mar 8, 2021
     | 556 views

    Good Friday brings us to a subject where men of all ages stand in awe, for it brings us to the cross. Ever since that awesome event on Golgotha's hill men have looked at the cross and thought, "Wonder of wonders that Jesus loved me."

    I remember learning a poem when I was a boy, which you will no doubt recognize. The first lines were, "Twinkle, twinkle little star, how I wonder what you are." I have been told that this poem is out of date, for the scientifically educated modern child can say, "Twinkle, twinkle ...read more

  • Good Friday

    Contributed by Glenn Pease on Mar 8, 2021
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    Jesus is identified with the lamb, for they die without a fight. They meekly go to their death without attacking or resisting. Jesus laid down His life voluntarily, and He did not, as the Lion of the tribe of Judah, snarl and rip and tear at His crucifiers.

    Two leading British scientists have done a great deal of research, and they have concluded that Jesus died on Friday April 3rd, 33 A.D. Collin J. Humphreys and W. G. Waddington of Oxford University published their findings in the British Science Magazine. Their combined study of the Gospels and ...read more

  • A Terrifying Victory

    Contributed by Glenn Pease on Mar 6, 2021
     | 299 views

    The mind cannot grasp all that Jesus went through on the cross, but we need to try because He went through it all for our salvation.

    I remember learning a poem when I was a boy, which you will no doubt recognize. The first lines were, “Twinkle, twinkle little star, how I wonder what you are.” I have been told that this poem is out of date, for the scientifically educated modern child can say, “Twinkle, twinkle little star, I ...read more