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  • The Suffering King

    Contributed by Douglas Phillips on Feb 11, 2010
     | 3,251 views

    THIS IS PART OF A BIBLE STUDY SERIES THAT I HAD ON THE PSALMS

    PSALM 22 THE SUFFERING KING INTRODUCTION: YOU MAY RECOGNIZE THE OPENING WORDS OF THIS PSALM AS SOME OF THE WORDS THAT CHRIST CRIED WHEN HE WAS ON THE CROSS. IT COULD BE THAT BY REFERENCING THESE OPENING WORDS OF THE PSALM THAT JESUS WAS DIRECTING US TO STUDY THE WHOLE PSALM, AND TO APPLY IT ...read more

  • The Merits Of Adversity

    Contributed by John Mccormack on Jun 20, 2014
     | 2,209 views

    ADVERSITY HAS MERIT.

    THE MERIT OF ADVERSITY OBSERVATION: DAVID IN PSALMS 22 PRAYS TO GOD IN HIS GREAT DISTRESS. HE FERVENTLY SEEKS ANSWERS. READ PSALMS 22: 22-24 INTERPRETATION: PSALMS 22:24 (NASB) FOR HE HAS NOT DESPISED NOR ABHORRED THE AFFLICTION OF THE AFFLICTED; NOR HAS HE HIDDEN HIS FACE FROM HIM; BUT ...read more

  • The Excitement Of Easter

    Contributed by Dr. Odell Belger on Feb 17, 2022
     | 1,199 views

    It is a blessing for us to be able to come to church and hear the gospel preached over and over again. Why?

    Because of two reasons: (1) It is a blessing, when you consider the fact that some have never heard the gospel. We are blessed to have heard it preached over and over again. (2) Another reason is because the more we can hear something, the more we receive from it. For example, it is ...read more

  • By This All Will Go Series

    Contributed by Jason Jones on May 2, 2016
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     | 3,851 views

    Message on how the gospel itself is the fuel and motivation for missions and evangelism. Our satisfaction in Christ and the significance of the cross should compel us to go.

    Text: Psalm 22:25-31, Title: By This All Will Go, Date/Place: 5/1/16 A. Opening illustration: The Summit Church in NC commissioned 75 more church members, now over 400 total in the last 5 years, to plant North American Churches this week. According to their records, for every one person they send ...read more

  • The Proclamation Of The Suffering Messiah

    Contributed by Ian Humphrey on Nov 4, 2015
     | 2,431 views

    The Proclamation of the Suffering Messiah

    Psalm 22:15-31 The Proclamation of the Suffering Messiah - 22:22-31 FOR THE JOY SET BEFORE HIM Hebrews 12:2 Looking unto Jesus the author and finisher of our faith; who for the joy that was set before him endured the ...read more

  • A Study Of Psalm 22 Series

    Contributed by T.j. Conwell on Nov 9, 2017
    based on 1 rating
     | 8,885 views

    Psalm 22 is an amazing piece of literature. The way David writes this, you’d almost think he was standing at the cross because these events never took place in David's life, but instead were written 1,000 years before Christ's birth. Praise God!

    A Study of Psalm 22 Psalm 22 Introduction - Psalms broken into 5 books, covered an extensive time period - Gathered together as songs of praise & words of encouragement/warning - We are studying book 1, Psalm 1-41 … Info: we’ll take break for Advent - If we apply ourselves, this could ...read more

  • The Psalm Of Crucifixion Series

    Contributed by Gordon Curley on Nov 16, 2013
     | 5,793 views

    The Psalm of Crucifixion - (PowerPoint slides to accompany this talk are available on request – email: gcurley@gcurley.info)

    SERMON OUTLINE: (A). Prayer and Suffering (vs 1-21): (1). He was abandoned by the Lord (vs 1-5) (2). He was despised by the people (vs 6-11) (3). He was condemned by the law (vs 12-21) (B). Victory and Praise (vs 22-31): (1). The great assembly (vs 22-25) (2). The glorious kingdom ...read more

  • God Forsaking God

    Contributed by David Scudder on Apr 7, 2012
     | 4,426 views

    What this fourth saying from the cross does is to give us a glimpse into the hellish pain and agony that Jesus suffered because of His separation from His Father. This agonizing question from the cross does have an answer and we find that answer in the P

    Purpose: To explore the agony of Christ's suffering. Aim: I want the listener to worship Christ because He became a curse for them. INTRODUCTION: While the scorching heat of the Palestinian sun beat down on Christ as He hung on the Cross He spoke three different times between 9 am to 12 noon. ...read more

  • My Praise Is In The Middle Series

    Contributed by Joel Quick on Aug 10, 2012
    based on 4 ratings
     | 6,183 views

    The greatest battles won have been won in the middle.

    My Praise is in the Middle Psalm 22:22 I will declare thy name unto my brethren: in the midst of the congregation will I praise thee. 1) Middle a) mid•dle 1. Equally distant from extremes or limits; central: the middle point on a line. 2. Being at neither one extreme nor the other; ...read more

  • Basics Of The Cross Series

    Contributed by Eddie Snipes on Jun 7, 2001
    based on 76 ratings
     | 9,584 views

    Part 2 of the Back to Basics. This study looks at ’Why was the Cross was Necessary?’, ’What happened on the Cross?’, and ’What Happened After the Cross?’.

    Part 2 - Basics of the Cross. Why is the Cross Necessary? A common question I hear is, "Why doesn’t God just get rid of all sin and take us all to heaven?" Another frequent question is, "If God is so loving, why would He send someone to hell just because they don’t believe in Him?" There are ...read more

  • Jesus' Greatest Message

    Contributed by Laird Garner on Jun 14, 2001
    based on 91 ratings
     | 1,895 views

    Jesus’

    Jesus’ ...read more

  • "My God, My God, Why Have You Forsaken Me?

    Contributed by Jonathan Kittrell on Jun 5, 2002
    based on 38 ratings
     | 7,728 views

    This is the fourth set of words Jesus utters from the cross. It is a pivotal phrase and is purposefully the fourth statement he made. While this utterance could call the relationship between God and Jesus into question, it actually melds it and shows how

    My God, My God, Why Have You Forsaken Me? Matthew 27:45-50 ETS: Jesus, God, cries out for His inner strength to endure ESS: We must cry out to God in our struggles. We are never forsaken OSS: Strength in midst of turmoil, sin. WORD: Strength Discuss humility of preaching. READ ...read more

  • Jesus The Suffering King Series

    Contributed by Steven Simala Grant on May 28, 2002
    based on 134 ratings
     | 19,441 views

    A look at Psalm 22 first on the lips of the King of Israel and then on the lips of Jesus

    Jesus the Suffering King – Psalm 22 Steve Simala Grant – January 5/6, 2002 Intro: One Solitary Life “Here is a man who was born in an obscure village, the child of a peasant woman. He grew up in another village. He worked in a carpenter shop until He was thirty. Then for three years He was ...read more

  • What The Cross Tells Us About God

    Contributed by Fred Sigle on Mar 12, 2007
    based on 14 ratings
     | 4,134 views

    The cross of Jesus reveals two important truths about God: He hates sin but He loves sinners.

    WHAT THE CROSS TELL US ABOUT GOD A. “My God! My God! Why have you forsaken me?” Jesus cried while hanging on the CROSS. 1. As we discussed last Sunday, undoubtedly these words pierced the HEART of the Father. COMMENT: He knew He would hear them. He inspired David to write them in ...read more

  • Discover God During The Trials Of Life Series

    Contributed by Kevin Ruffcorn on Sep 21, 2006
    based on 4 ratings
     | 2,893 views

    In openness and yieldness, we find God even in the puzzling events of our lives--the times of trouble and tribulation

    Psalm 22:1-5, 15-21 “Discover God During the Trials of Life”+ INTRODUCTION King David was a man of God. He was once described as a “man after God’s own heart.” King David did not lead a charmed life, however, even though he was a king and had a personal relationship with God. He had ...read more