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  • Jesus Died For You - True Or False Series

    Contributed by David Dewitt on Apr 5, 2004
    based on 26 ratings

    The evidence of history and the Bible points to the fact that Jesus died for you!

    Jesus Died for You – True or False Matthew 27:24-55 April 4, 2004 – Palm Sunday This message is based on a series suggestion from Outreach Marketing and some material from the Jesus Died for You message from Brian Mavis Introduction Over the past couple of weeks we have been exploring the more

  • A Passion Meditation

    Contributed by Rodney Johnson Sr., on Apr 8, 2004
    based on 24 ratings

    This objective of this outline is to awaken our awareness of God’s great love for us, while we were yet sinners.

    Introduction: The Passover season is a time to revitalize within our spirits the immense pain suffered by Christ on our behalf. At Calvary every man is humbled and God is truly glorified. Let us approach this passion season with deep gratitude and reverence for our Saviour. May our minds be filled more

  • Where You There? Series

    Contributed by Brian Gilbert on Dec 1, 2004
    based on 54 ratings

    This sermon attempts to help individuals find themselves at the cross of Jesus by considering several people who were there.

    WHERE YOU THERE? INTRODUCTION: Where were you when…. The Space Shuttle exploded in the 1980’s? Kennedy was assassinated? You heard about the 911attacks? It is amazing how we remember where we were, what we were doing, even what we were wearing during major cultural or national events. more

  • Tell Me The Story Of Jesus

    Contributed by Chris Mason on Apr 19, 2003
    based on 24 ratings

    The story of Jesus is so wonderful to me, that it just can’t be spoken with words, it must be sung!

    INTRODUCTION TELL ME THE STORY OF JESUS: Tell me the story of Jesus, write on my heart every word, tell me the story most precious, Sweeter than ever was heard! Points: I. JESUS PAID IT ALL Matthew 27:27-50 I hear the Savior say, “Thy strength indeed is small, Child of weakness more

  • More Than Coincidence

    Contributed by Kevin Higgins on Apr 18, 2003
    based on 8 ratings

    There is great symbolism to be found in the events leading up to the cross, and even in the cross itself that God wants to use to draw you to His Son Jesus.

    INTRODUCTION In last week’s message I preached from verses 24-26, and showed you briefly some of the powerful symbolism that was found in the events leading up to the cross. Today I want us to continue that look as we notice more of this symbolism, and I want you to take note of this – it is no more

  • The Cross: A Place Of Forgiveness Series

    Contributed by Brian Bill on Jul 9, 2004
    based on 31 ratings

    This morning we come to the cross itself. We’re going to look at four points: His suffering, His sacrifice, the supernatural events, and finally, the significance of it all.

    A little boy was not exactly happy about going to church on Easter Sunday morning. His new shoes hurt, his tie pinched his neck, and the weather outside was just too good to be cooped up inside. As he sulked in the back seat of the family car, he complained to his parents: “I don’t see why we have more

  • A Journey To Calvary Series

    Contributed by Keith Crouch on Mar 23, 2005
    based on 24 ratings

    This the third in the series that attempts to take the listener to the scene at Golgotha.

    A Journey to Calvary Matthew 27:26-54 I. What Things Would We See? A. We would see a crowd 1. Who is present? • The political enemies of Jesus • The religious enemies of Jesus • Only a few followers 2. Who is not present? • The rest of the twelve • The seventy that were sent out • The more

  • The Crisis Of The Cross

    Contributed by John White on Mar 25, 2005
    based on 11 ratings

    A look at the implications of the actions of some of those who participated in the crucifixion drama.

    THE CRISIS OF THE CROSS Matthew Chapter Twenty-Seven The life and ministry of Jesus Christ might be summed up with one simple statement, "He set His face toward Calvary." He was truly born to die. Not as men die, but to die a complete and vicarious death; physically, mentally, more

  • Simon Of Cyrene

    Contributed by Ricky Tuttle Thd on Sep 17, 2005
    based on 49 ratings

    There are at least 4 things the cross did for Simon.

    “Simon of Cyrene” Matthew 27:32, Mark 15:21, Luke 23:26 9-18-2005 Matthew 27:32 And as they came out, they found a man of Cyrene, Simon by name: him they compelled to bear his cross. Mark 15:21 “And they compel one Simon a Cyrenian, who passed by, coming out of the country, the father of more

  • Christmas Through The Eyes Of The Father Series

    Contributed by Greg Taylor on Jun 7, 2005
    based on 8 ratings

    In order to understand Christmas through the eyes of the Father, you need to look at the Christmas Tree. Because, you see, Christmas is really the story of Three Trees.

    Christmas through the eyes of the Father Well, for most of us the family gatherings have passed, the meals have been shared, the gifts have been exchanged and several are probably ready for a long nap. If you are like me, you really love Christmas, but sometimes feel emotionally down the day more

  • Was Crucified, Died, And Was Buried Series

    Contributed by Freddy Fritz on Aug 5, 2004
    based on 23 ratings

    This sermon examines the crucifixion, death and burial of Jesus Christ.

    Introduction As we continue our series in The Apostles’ Creed I would like to examine today what it means to believe that Jesus was crucified, died, and was buried. Please listen as I recite the Apostles’ Creed: I believe in God the Father Almighty, Maker of heaven and earth. I believe more

  • 7 Crys Of Calvary

    Contributed by Kevin Keeling on Mar 19, 2004
    based on 54 ratings

    I The Cry of Separation Matthew 27:27-54

    I The Cry of Separation Matthew 27:27-54 Matthew 27:46 And about the ninth hour Jesus cried with a loud voice, saying, Eli, Eli, lama sabachthani? that is to say, My God, my God, why hast thou forsaken me? Ephesians 2:13 But now in Christ Jesus ye who sometimes were far off are made nigh more

  • The Passion: The Rest Of The Story

    Contributed by Mike Hays on Feb 29, 2004
    based on 61 ratings

    Many people are talking about Mel Gibson’s new movie "The Passion of the Christ." This study will take a deeper look at the Roman scourging and crucifixion that Jesus willingly endured on our behalf.

    The Passion: The Rest of the Story William Hill, who was the founder of Hopewell Presbyterian Church, used to tell the story of an old preacher who was approached by some of the members in his congregation. The members told him that he was boring them to tears and that their patience was wearing more

  • Close To The Cross, But Far From Christ? You Don't Have To Be.

    Contributed by Scott Sharpes on Mar 1, 2004
    based on 48 ratings

    During those last days of Christ, there are many who were close to the cross, yet chose to be far from Christ. Asks the questions, "How close am I?" Powerful closing illustration: True Story

    Title: Close to the Cross, But Far From Christ? You Don’t Have to Be! 03/2004 West Side Text: Matthew 27:29-56 and Luke 23:26-29 A.M. Service Purpose: Asks the question: How Close Am I? ******************************************************* Introduction: A. Open with personal comments more

  • Were You There?

    Contributed by David Owens on Mar 31, 2004
    based on 35 ratings

    Witnessing the crucifixion of Jesus had differing effects on the people gathered that day, and it has similar differing effects today.

    “Were You There?” David Owens Text: Matthew 27:32-56 3/28/99 Thesis: Witnessing the crucifixion of Jesus had differing effects on the people gathered that day, and it has similar differing effects today. Aim: To help us take another look at the cross that we might be more