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  • The Matthias Mystery

    Contributed by David Wilson on May 2, 2012
    based on 3 ratings
     | 4,696 views

    Was choosing Matthias as a replacement for Judas really God's will?

    Acts 1:12-26 The Mystery of Matthias Perhaps one of the greatest mysteries confronting us in regards to the work of the early church regards the selection of Matthias as a replacement for Judas Iscariot, who betrayed Christ. Was this an appropriate action on the part of the early church or ...read more

  • Matthias' Lot Series

    Contributed by Tom Papez on Feb 4, 2012
    based on 1 rating
     | 5,257 views

    Biblical lesson on what it means to be an apostle, using the selection of the 12th Apostle Matthias as the key reference (the replacement apostle of Judas).

    MATTHIAS’ LOT INFO: In keeping with our lesson on the role of church, this message will teach about the choosing of an apostle as the eleven choose Matthias to replace Judas Iscariot as one of the twelve. INTRO: Let me read you a story straight off the KMOV presses…. Man steals ...read more

  • "The C Team: Matthias" Series

    Contributed by Mike Rexroat on Oct 29, 2007
    based on 6 ratings
     | 5,172 views

    The third message in a series on the Apostles

    We are continuing our series this morning on the apostles or what we are referring to as the "C" Team and we are going to get started today by taking a look at our text. So turn your Bibles with me to the first chapter of Acts. Many of you have heard me say in the past couple of weeks that this ...read more

  • Apostles, What They Were And What They Weren't Series

    Contributed by Denn Guptill on May 5, 2009
    based on 8 ratings
     | 6,356 views

    This looks at the original Apostles and what made them who they were.

    How would you like to have been in that job interview? “So, you want to be an apostle, what previous experience do you have? None huh, oh right this is the first time the position has been advertised for.” “Yes, we do have a requirement, that’s right, just one: So were you with Jesus from the ...read more

  • Ordination And The Role Of Women In The Church Series

    Contributed by W Pat Cunningham on May 10, 2015
     | 2,000 views

    The twin command of Jesus to clergy is important to consider in any decision regarding ordination.

    Thursday of the 6th Week of Easter 2015 Joy of the Gospel This is one of those liturgical days that is a little schizophrenic. In the historical Church, it is forty days after the Resurrection, so it is Ascension Thursday, as it was for almost two thousand years. But May 14 is the Feast of ...read more

  • Hey, What About Me?

    Contributed by Howard Gunter on May 5, 2018
    based on 1 rating
     | 834 views

    Matthias is the little known apostle chosen by chance. What motivates our response, when chosen, whether by chance or not?

    Mid-week Message/Devotion May 2, 2018 Acts 1:15-17 Hey, What About Me? Reading Luke’s account to Theophilus about the selection of Matthias to replace the traitor Judas as an Apostle, gives rise to a few questions. 1. Who was Matthias? Matthias is not mentioned anywhere else in ...read more

  • The Apostolic Foundation Of The Church

    Contributed by Christopher Holdsworth on May 13, 2018
    based on 4 ratings
     | 4,185 views

    We may not all be Apostles, but we all have a role to play.

    THE APOSTOLIC FOUNDATION OF THE CHURCH Acts 1:15-26 When Jesus appeared to “the eleven” and the rest of the Upper Room assembly after His resurrection, He demonstrated the need for His death and resurrection from the Scriptures of the Old Testament, viz. “the Law of Moses and the Prophets and ...read more

  • Reflecting On The Dark Passages Of Scripture Series

    Contributed by W Pat Cunningham on May 13, 2012
     | 1,293 views

    As in the story of Judas, there are dark passages in the Bible, but they can help us if we use an interpretation which enables their meaning to emerge in the light of the mystery of Christ.

    Feast of St. Matthias 14 May 2012 Verbum Domini Today’s feast gives us an opportunity to reflect on one of the darkest moments in our salvation history. The crucifixion of Jesus was set up by a traitor, Judas “the Iscariot.” It also helps us to consider what the Holy Father ...read more

  • Just Like You And I Series

    Contributed by Rich Dunbar on Feb 10, 2005
    based on 8 ratings
     | 1,031 views

    This sermon is a look at the lives of the original twelve plus Matthias and Paul, and how their lives were radically changed for Christ and the price they paid for discipleship.

    Just like you and I – The twelve, plus two Acts 1:15-26 1. Simon (Peter, Cephas (Aramaic)/ Petros (Greek)) – is always listed first, fisherman, outspoken, leader and was crucified upside down 2. James (son of Zebedee) – fisherman, passionate, first murdered by the sword 3. John (son of ...read more

  • The Vote Is In!

    Contributed by Ernie Arnold on Apr 18, 2018
    based on 2 ratings
     | 2,346 views

    St. Luke shares with us how the Early Church found God's Will in receiving Matthias as the new 12th Apostle. 1. It is Possible to Find God's Will 2. God' Word is Essential 3. Prayer is Essential

    Scripture: Acts 1:15 – 26 (Call to Worship – Psalm 1) Title: "The Vote Is In!" - Finding God's Will St. Luke shares with us how the Early Church found God's Will in receiving Matthias as the new 12th Apostle. 1. It is Possible to Find God's Will 2. God' Word is Essential 3. Prayer ...read more

  • Out Of Sight

    Contributed by Joseph Smith on May 5, 2008
    based on 1 rating
     | 1,244 views

    For Ascension Sunday: Whether we work diligently when our supervisor is out of sight is a measure of commitment and character. Compare Matthias, who took a job he did not ask for; and Joseph Justus, who was passed over.

    When you see your supervisor, you work. When you do not see your supervisor, you may work, but your work style is likely to slow down. The difference between those two things is the measure of your character and your commitment. When you see your supervisor, you work diligently. You know that ...read more

  • The Criteria For An Apostolic Replacement Series

    Contributed by John Lowe on Feb 26, 2017
     | 3,145 views

    Matthias was evidently a good man. He met the requirements of an apostle, which meant he must have been with the Lord from His baptism by John until His ascension; and, more importantly, he must have been a witness of the resurrection,as the others were.

    JESUS THE WORD OF GOD John 1:1-18 One of the names of the Lord Jesus Christ is "The Word." 1. THE WORD WAS GOD’S POWER AT WORK IN CREATION (John 1:1-3). (i) In the beginning was the Word. This compares with the Creation account (Genesis 1:1-3). When God spoke the Word, all things ...read more

  • Out Of Sight: When The Lot Falls On You -- Or Doesn't

    Contributed by Joseph Smith on Jun 2, 2003
    based on 50 ratings
     | 3,125 views

    Our work is different when we are supervised than when we are not, but our character and commitment are measured thereby. We can be Matthias, who accepted an assignment he did not seek, with joy; or Joseph Justus, who failed to get that same assignment,

    When you can see your supervisor, you work. When you cannot see him, your work style is likely to slow down. The difference between those two things is the measure of your character and your commitment. When you can see your supervisor, you work diligently. You work hard; you get ...read more

  • Disappointments: God’s Blessings In Disguise

    Contributed by Chuck Sligh on Apr 28, 2014
     | 5,432 views

    Peter decided to replace Judas as apostle. Matthias "won" & Joseph "lost" when the lots were cast. This must have been an great disappointment to Joseph. This sermon examines if Peter did the right thing, but focuses on how to handle disappointment.

    Disappointments: God’s Blessings in Disguise Chuck Sligh April 27, 2014 TEXT: Just after Jesus ascended into heaven in Acts 1:9-11, we read, beginning in verses 14-26 – “These all continued with one accord in prayer and supplication, with the women, and Mary the mother of ...read more

  • It Starts With One: Part Two, Acts 1 Series

    Contributed by Michael Monica on Jul 13, 2017
    based on 1 rating
     | 1,774 views

    The mission in Acts

    Matthias Chosen to Replace Judas 12Then they returned to Jerusalem from the mount called Olivet, which is near Jerusalem, a Sabbath day’s journey away. 13And when they had entered, they went up to the upper room, where they were staying, Peter and John and James and Andrew, Philip and Thomas, ...read more