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  • The Two Advents

    Contributed by Christopher Holdsworth on Nov 27, 2018
    based on 2 ratings

    The uncompromising preaching of John. Bearing fruit that proves our repentance. Practical moral guidance. Redirecting Messianic expectations.

  • The Holy Spirit In The Gospels

    Contributed by John Gaston on Jul 9, 2015

    He filled a fetus, conceived Christ, fulfilled Messianic expectation, descended like a Dove, led to be tested, helps us worship, makes us born from above, teaches & reminds us, and fills us with power to witness & validate the Gospel.

  • Who Were You Expecting?

    Contributed by Christopher Nerreau on Apr 12, 2009
    based on 4 ratings

    Christ Longs to make a "Triumphal Entry" into our hearts but our expectations of who Christ is “supposed” to be can keep us from receiving Christ as He actually is.

    WHO WERE YOU EXPECTING? “Misunderstanding Christ at the Triumphal Entry.” Mt. 21:1-17 Fr. Christopher M. Nerreau Introduction: • Have you ever listened to someone on the radio and then seen them in person? They are never what you expect. Or have you ever read a book and then watched the more

  • The Servant Arrives - He Is King Series

    Contributed by Buffy Cook on Jan 17, 2015
    based on 1 rating

    First in a 12 part series examining THE most important week in all of history: The Passion Week, when Jesus fulfilled Mark 10:45. First up, The Servant Arrives: He Is King. We see The Person, The Presentation, The Purpose & The Prerogative of this King.

    The Passion Week of Christ: A Study from the Book of Mark Week 1:The Servant Arrives - He Is King Mark 11:1-11 I. Opening Illustration A. Any of you read a good book recently, perhaps a NY Times Bestseller? How about this, what would you say is THE most important book you've ever more

  • Attending A Wedding Feast Lesson 9 Series

    Contributed by Elmer Towns on Sep 20, 2016

    Jesus' First Miracle

    1. When did the miracles happen? On the seventh day. Day 1: “The Pharisees question John the Baptist” (1:19-28). Day 2: “The next day John saw Jesus coming” (1:29). Day 3: “The next day John stood with two of his disciples” (1:35). Day 4: “The more

  • Examining The First Witness

    Contributed by Devin Hudson on Jan 22, 2002
    based on 238 ratings

    4th sermon in a John series

    Examining the First Witness John 1.19-34 In 1948, a remarkable religious phenomenon occurred in the US. It began in a tent near Hollywood California, under the preaching of a young evangelist. The crowds were sparse at first but as the preaching continued, the crowds began to grow. Finally some more

  • Who Are You? Series

    Contributed by Derek Melanson on Feb 8, 2006
    based on 8 ratings

    When we encounter Jesus we are called to identify ourselves completely with him -- who we are is defined by who he is.

    John 1: 19 – 34; Philippians 3: 4b – 11 Introduction: Identifying Yourself How do you identify yourself? Would you say that you have a strong sense of identity? Or do you perhaps have a weak sense of self? Do you identify yourself with your family background? Do you carry yourself with a more

  • Confirmed By God

    Contributed by John Phillip R. Pesebre on Jun 4, 2012
    based on 1 rating

    God’s actions confirm His nature. God breaks in our world to give confirmation of His greatness. He does this in this passage and many times in the Old Testament – to confirm Himself as Lord.

    ’The proof of the pudding is in the eating’ is a very old proverb. The Oxford Dictionary of Quotations dates it back to the early 14th century (albeit without offering any supporting evidence for that assertion.) The phrase is widely attributed to Cervantes in The History of Don Quixote. It means more

  • Disappointment With Jesus Series

    Contributed by Ed Vasicek on Jul 1, 2004
    based on 14 ratings

    Does following Jesus Christ faithfully mean we do not doubt Him, that we rarely feel the sting of disappointment?

    Disappointment With Jesus (Luke 7:1-35) Intro 1. I have often been disappointed in the Christian life and ministry. 2. New believer: faith could move mountains, family would be saved 3. I’d live a nearly perfect life filled with joy and spiritual victories¡K 4. Ministry: I’d put the more

  • Whose Child Is This?

    Contributed by Everett Mccoy on Jul 19, 2008
    based on 8 ratings

    This message invites the audience to take the Christmas story personally. This just isn’t the Jews Messiah, or Mary’s child. Jesus told the shepherds "Unto YOU is born..." This Christmas - make him YOUR Jesus.

    4 And Joseph also went up from Galilee, out of the city of Nazareth, into Judaea, unto the city of David, which is called Bethlehem; (because he was of the house and lineage of David:) 5 To be taxed with Mary his espoused wife, being great with child. 6 And so it was, that, while they were there, more

  • What A Servant Looks Like

    Contributed by Jon Mackinney on Apr 26, 2011

    Walking with Jesus on the road to Jerusalem, we have the opportunity to see what the servants heart looks like, especially under pressure

    Passage: Matthew 20:29-34 Intro: Last week sermon might have been a little overwhelming. 1. whenever we hold up Jesus as the model, we can get a little anxious 2. seems to be an example that we cannot achieve. 3. but this very next little passage gives us some very practical counsel as more

  • Ready - Or Not? #2 Series

    Contributed by Michael B. Perrott on Dec 3, 2008
    based on 8 ratings

    A SERMON FOR THE SECOND SUNDAY IN ADVENT: John the Baptist’s call to prepare the way, that we may receive and welcome Jesus the Christ

    Mark 1:1-8 ‘Ready – or Not? #2’ In different ways, we all know the importance of signs and symbols. They point us in the right direction, give us instruction, and help us avoid making mistakes. We might be washing our clothes, and looking at the label inside to tell us what temperature to more

  • Developing A Cause Mentality

    Contributed by Kerry Bauman on May 24, 2005
    based on 67 ratings

    A call to consider the cost of following Christ.

    Developing A Cause Mentality Text: Luke 9:57-62 Developing A Cause Mentality Text: Luke 9:57-62 Introduction: (Senator John McCain was held as a prisoner of war in a North Vietnamese camp for several years. He relays this story about his interment.) In the final years of our more

  • The Once & Future King Series

    Contributed by Dennis Davidson on Nov 18, 2014
    based on 9 ratings

    Jesus tells this memorable story so His followers would know what they were to do between His departure & His second coming. He would go away for a while and His followers would need to be faithful & productive during His absence

    LUKE 19: 11-27 [PARABLES IN LUKE] THE ONCE & FUTURE KING [Luke 16:10-12 / Luke 22:28-30] What would Jesus have us doing while we live on earth? This final parable in Jesus’ journey to Jerusalem highlights the believer’s responsibility or stewardship during the interval more

  • The Fourth Word From The Cross: "Eloi, Eloi, Lema Sabachthani?" Series

    Contributed by Ravin Caldera on Apr 18, 2017
    based on 3 ratings

    This is a reflection on the forth word from the cross, which is a very difficult passage for exposition. These words give a deep expression of faith ("my God, my God"), universal cry for justice ("why") and, words of deep mystery ("have forsaken me").

    And at the ninth hour, Jesus cried with a loud voice, "Eloi, Eloi, lema sabachthani?" which means, "My God, my God, why have you forsaken me?" (Mark 15:34). As Mark stated, about Jewish ninth hour or in our time three o'clock there was darkness over the whole land—out of darkness and despair more