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  • The Need To Be Baptized

    Contributed by John Williams Iii on Mar 1, 2021

    Jesus who was without sin, got baptized to identify with all sinners that He came to save. He was tempted just as we are. Jesus is the lamb of God who came to take away our sin (John 1:29). Jesus is the way, the truth and the life (John 14:6). Without Jesus we cannot be right with God.

    Matthew 3:13-17  Then Jesus came from Galilee to the Jordan to John, to be baptized by him.  (14)  John would have prevented him, saying, “I need to be baptized by you, and do you come to me?”  (15)  But Jesus answered him, “Let it be so now, for thus it is fitting for us more

  • The Renewal Of Baptism Series

    Contributed by Jeffery Anselmi on Feb 12, 2021
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    The baptism of Jesus declares that Jesus’s full authority to save is rooted in his full union with humanity.

    The Renewal of Baptism Jeffery Anselmi / General The Power of the Gospel / Baptism / Matthew 3:13–17 The baptism of Jesus declares that Jesus’s full authority to save is rooted in his full union with humanity. INTRODUCTION • Do you remember the sense of excitement and awe you felt when you first more

  • Jesus And His Baptism Series

    Contributed by Larry Vollink on Jan 18, 2021

    Some people want to ignore the baptism of Jesus but it was God's plan that He be baptized and so should we be baptize.

    Why was Jesus Christ baptized? Even the one who was adminstering the baptism was confused why he was coming to him, John the Baptist. Why Jesus? John was preaching the good news that Jesus was coming and the people had to be ready for Him by coming in repentance. Jesus, being sinless, did NOT need more

  • The Baptism Of Jesus Series

    Contributed by Bradford Reaves on Jan 15, 2021

    Why did Jesus need to be baptized and why is that important to us?

    Grace Community Church Winchester, VA Pastor Bradford Reaves Watch this Message: Introduction There is a premise in physics called “The Fine-Tuned Universe.” In this premise, it is asserted that there are characteristics of the universe that are virtually more

  • Following Jesus To The Jordan River Series

    Contributed by Lanny Smith on Jan 14, 2021

    Did you ever play "follow the leader" as a kid? Sure. It's a lot of fun until the leader makes you do weird things or some action you're uncomfortable with. How about following a leader you can always trust? This series is on following the only leader you can truly trust.

    You can hear the audio of the sermon on my podcast at: Jesus' Baptism - Follow the Leader Intro: • Young couple goes to visit her family for Christmas in New England. • Whole family went for a walk in the wintery wonderland. Hoping to connect with his more

  • "am I Truly Jesus Focused"

    Contributed by Brad King on Dec 28, 2020
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    It is easy to assert that it is all about Jesus. Sometimes we believe that our focus is sincerely upon the person and work of Christ. But, is it? John the Baptist was Jesus focused, but when are we? Matthew 3:1-17 provides five moments when we are Jesus focused.

    1. We are focusing on Jesus when we call people to repentance. Mt. 3:1-2; Mt. 4:17 2. We are focusing on Jesus when we clarify his identity. Mt. 3:3; Is. 40:3; Mt. 16:13 3. We are focusing on Jesus when we complete our God given tasks. Mt. 3:4-6 4. We are focusing on Jesus when we more

  • Why The Trinity Matters To Us Series

    Contributed by Rick Crandall on Oct 29, 2020

    The trinity matters because: 1. God confirms this reality of His existence. 2. God communicates His character through the trinity 3. God carries out His work through the trinity.

    Why the Trinity Matters to Us The Gospel of Matthew Matthew 3:13-17 Sermon by Rick Crandall Grayson Baptist Church - January 16, 2013 (Revised October 29, 2020) MESSAGE: *Does the trinity matter to us? As Bible-believing Baptists, we believe that the one true God exists as a trinity: Father, Son more

  • Baptism Is A Big Deal! Series

    Contributed by Rick Crandall on Oct 21, 2020

    Baptism is a very big deal, so we must understand... 1. The biblical method of baptism. 2. The biblical meaning of baptism. 3. The biblical motive for baptism.

    Baptism is a Big Deal! The Gospel of Matthew Matthew 3:13-15 Sermon by Rick Crandall Grayson Baptist Church - Jan. 9, 2013 (Revised October 21, 2020) MESSAGE: *Baptism is a big deal in Ukraine. None of the churches I visited had an indoor pool for baptism, and the winters there are very cold, so more

  • "Hypothetical Truths”

    Contributed by Barry O Johnson on Feb 11, 2020

    The word IF is a little word that expresses a hypothetical truth that requires us to have faith.

    Put a marker in Matthew 4 and turn with me to 2 Peter 1. One of the things I’ve encountered over the years is that many Christians believe they can take the Bible, read the Bible, and then say that “This is what this verse means to me.” When you take that approach with the Bible, you might as more

  • God's Mantelpiece

    Contributed by Fr Mund Cargill Thompson on Jan 19, 2020
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    A sermon on how much God adores us - with a few references to some slightly controversial topics. Preached on the 2nd Sunday after Epiphany 2020 at St Barnabas Northolt

    .................................. I log into Facebook and there on some one’s status is a grainy black and white photo of a baby - the ultrasound that announces that their new arrival is on it’s way. And many people will keep that ultrasound up with their other photos on the mantelpiece - the more

  • Baptism

    Contributed by Gaither Bailey on Jan 16, 2020

    This sermon searches out the meaning of Christian Baptism

    Baptism Matthew 3: 13 - 17 Intro: A small country church was having a service of baptism in January following a week-long revival. Since the church believed in emersion baptism and they didn’t have the facilities in the church to do so, they decided to have the baptism service in the river. It more

  • Baptism: Our Deep Keel

    Contributed by Mary Erickson on Jan 13, 2020

    Baptism is our core identity. It affirms God's abiding love for us.

    January 12, 2020 Hope Lutheran Church Rev. Mary Erickson Matthew 3:13-17 Baptism: Our Deep Keel Friends, may grace and peace be yours in abundance in the knowledge of God and Christ Jesus our Lord. Today we hear the story of Jesus’ baptism. As he came out of the Jordan River, a voice from more

  • Jesus Was Baptized "to Fulfill All Righteousness" Series

    Contributed by W Pat Cunningham on Jan 12, 2020

    We might make the mistake of thinking that Jesus stopped growing in the Spirit at His baptism.

    The Baptism of the Lord Jesus Christ 2020 In today’s Gospel the words of John the Baptist could just as well have begun “Jesus, this makes no sense!” He rightly senses at the Jordan River, as he did three months before he was born, when Mary visited his mother Elizabeth, that he is in the presence more

  • A New Look At Your Baptism

    Contributed by J Bernard Taylor on Jan 12, 2020

    On this Baptism of the Lord Sunday, it is good to see how well we are fulfilling our Baptism promises.

    A NEW LOOK AT YOUR BAPTISM Introduction On the Baptism of the Lord Sunday, it is good to take a new-look at our baptism. When I was a pastor, I often had a renewal of baptism vows on this Sunday. Baptism is a significant event in the life of every Christian. We often take it for more

  • "what Is Your Identity?"

    Contributed by Kenneth Sauer on Jan 8, 2020
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    A sermon for Baptism of the Lord Sunday.

    “What Is Your Identity?” Matthew 3:13-17 In the Upper Room Devotional for this past Wednesday, a woman from Ohio named Lois Wilson writes the following: “On the first day of each community-college art class I taught, I would ask the students to write a brief answer to the question, ‘Who are more