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  • A Symbolic Servant Ceremony” Series

    Contributed by Ron Tuit on Feb 23, 2016

    Jesus' famous foot washing of His disciples is a love-parable of the way disciples should live and treat one another.

    “A Symbolic Servant Ceremony” John 13:1-20 The cross is near for Jesus and the next 5 chapters cover Jesus’ farewell Passover meal and Jesus’ encouragement and prayers for His followers. We look at John 13:1 which is Jesus’ last supper where He washes His more

  • Simon Peter's Dirty Feet Series

    Contributed by Rick Stacy on Jul 5, 2005
    based on 54 ratings

    5th of 7 messages on the transformation of Simon into Peter. This message focuses on the inner change in character from pride to being a servant.

    From Ordinary to Extraordinary The transformation began in Amazement… at what Jesus taught and gave to people – both healing and forgiveness Amazement led to simple obedience… even when Simon didn’t think it would make a difference Doubt became faith… that moved Simon to get out of more

  • Peter's Big Turn-Around

    Contributed by John Shearhart on Jun 23, 2010
    based on 1 rating

    Peter had a big turn-around between Mark 14 and his two epistles.

    Peter’s Big Turn-Around John Shearhart June 23, 2010 Introduction Peter is one of my favorite Bible characters because of his passionate love for the Lord. He was one of the men who ran to the empty tomb when everyone else thought it was nonsense (Mk. 24:11-12). After the more

  • The Injured Can't Serve

    Contributed by William R. Nabaza on Sep 9, 2015

    To show that we need to acknowledge our brokenness before and come to JESUS to be healed. Without the necessity of seeing our brokenness, we will not require healing.

    I. EXORDIUM: Are you injured? Yes. but GOD healed me. Isaiah 6:10 Isaiah 6:10 (Amplified Bible) Make the heart of this people fat; and make their ears heavy and shut their eyes, lest they see with their eyes and hear with their ears and understand with their hearts and turn again and be more

  • When You Wish Series

    Contributed by Guy Glass on Oct 30, 2007
    based on 1 rating

    In this passage, Paul expands on his statement of chapter 3 and verse 10. He makes a wish to God for himself and the church. In essence a prayer. So when we wish to God, here is what we sould wish for: Fellowship, Love, and Closeness to God

    WHEN YOU WISH 1 THESSALONIANS 3:11-13 INTRODUCTION: What we come to in this passage is the close of a very personal section by the Apostle Paul. These final verses contain a wish. A wish of Paul’s for himself and for the church. We might be able to say that this is Paul’s wish for OUR more

  • Servanthood 2020

    Contributed by Anthony Zibolski on Jul 7, 2020

    As a believer, the best way to belong is to be a servant of Christ. We can our most joy out of being Christ-like.

    Servanthood 2020 Finding where we belong John 13:1-17 Introduction- Good morning- if you would turn to John chapter 13 I have been praying for this day and desiring to see us back in worship. It is good to see everyone. I know that we will not have normal as we knew normal, but that can be a more

  • Pride, The Glory Stealer...

    Contributed by Charlie Roberts on Aug 19, 2019
    based on 2 ratings

    Everything we do as unto God with a humble spirit, is an act of worship unto God and part of our diligence and pursuit of our faith in our relationship with God we have through Jesus!

    Pride, The Glory Stealer... Illus. From the book a life beyond amazing, by David Jeremiah. In Detroit in the 1930s, three young men boarded a bus and attempted to pick a fight with a passenger sitting alone in the back. They threw one insult after another, but the man said nothing in response. more

  • A Deeper Relationship Series

    Contributed by Jeffery Anselmi on Mar 9, 2012

    In this great exchange we gain some insight into the depth of the relationship Jesus has with Peter and we see the depth of relationship Peter THINKS he has with Jesus. Jesus knows Peter’s potential.

    INTRODUCTION • DVD CLIP 29:50-31:05 • SLIDE #1 • How do you know if you have a strong relationship? Many times we can gauge the strength of a relationship by how we deal with adversity. • In our text this morning we will get the opportunity to watch an amazing conversation unfold as Jesus and more

  • Prayer Is Seeking Forgiveness Series

    Contributed by David Scudder on Oct 3, 2011

    We may say that we forgive, but when the next irritation arises we are quick to dredge up the past problems. We like to "bury the hatchet" with the handle sticking out. That way we can easily pick it up again and use it to our advantage.

    Matthew 6:12, 14-15 Purpose: To highlight the importance of forgiveness. Aim: I want the listener to value their forgiveness and practice it. INTRODUCTION: There is a lot of confusion about forgiveness. Here is an example. Old Joe was dying. For years he had been at odds with Bill, who used more

  • A Cleansing Christ-Like Distinctive Series

    Contributed by Ron Tuit on Mar 17, 2014

    Jesus' washing of His disciples feet provided a lesson in servanthood far more impressive than any verbal message.

    A Cleansing Christ-like Distinctive: Washing Feet John 13:1-13 This past Wednesday was Ash Wednesday, and for the next six weeks we are going to spend some time considering Jesus’ Lessons to His Disciples in the Upper Room, which basically covers day leading up to Jesus’ more

  • How Low Can You Go? Series

    Contributed by Nate Barbour on Mar 25, 2003
    based on 34 ratings

    Learn about the first step to promotion in this enlightening sermon about humility.

    How Low Can You Go? Humility: The First Step to Promotion “Attitude” Series I. Introduction (The following is a parable that I made up as an introduction. It is fictional. For a story of similar proportion, see the movie RADIO.) He was never an all-star athlete, although he wanted to be. more

  • Hooked On A Title

    Contributed by Wayne Lawson on Aug 9, 2011
    based on 14 ratings

    Jesus did not anoint the head of the disciples - he did not call for a bottle of Holy Oil - he did not ask them to get in a Prayer Line. This may not be apparent at first, but think about it - your feet carry a enormous load.

    TITLE: HOOKED ON A TITLE SCRIPTURE: ST. JOHN 13:1-17 In the earlier chapters Jesus had given His ministry to the people of GALILEE and JERUSALEM. In ths 13th Chapter and following Chapters, Jesus turns from an unbelieving world to minister the Father’s love to His INNER CIRCLE OF more

  • One Anothers #6: Serve One Another Series

    Contributed by Chuck Sligh on Sep 27, 2019

    Paul teaches that the reason for our freedom in Christ is to “serve one another in love.” This final sermon in the One Anothers series shows how believers are to follow in Christ’s footsteps, and the most important way we do that is by serving.

    Serve One Another Series: The One Anothers: The Church’s “Body Builders” Chuck Sligh August 11, 2019 NOTE: A PowerPoint presentation is available for this sermon by request at Please mention the title of the sermon and the Bible text to help me find the sermon in my more

  • The Order Of The Towel And The Basin

    Contributed by James Hickman on Mar 19, 2016
    based on 1 rating

    Using the story of Jesus washing the disciples' feet, this is a call to simple, self-less service. The sermon also discusses Jesus' provision for our ongoing fellowship with him.

    The Order of the Towel and the Basin John 13:1-17 Textual Introduction: Jesus’ public teaching has come to an end. In the next few chapters, he will teach some of his most profound lesson to his small band of disciples, those who had been with him from the beginning, teach them during more

  • Menof The Bible - Peter Series

    Contributed by John Murphy on Oct 25, 2012

    Brash, contentious and even brazen but no one can deny Peter loved Jesus and had all the right intentions.

    Of all the men of the bible, today’s is perhaps my favorite. Possibly because I think I am most like him. He is brash, impetuous and often is like a bull in a china shop. He speaks his mind but many times without considering the consequences. His name is Simon Peter. Growing up as a more