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  • Jesus Heals A Blind Man Lesson 20 Series

    Contributed by Elmer Towns on Apr 27, 2017
    based on 1 rating

    Neither this man nor his parents, sinned, but that the works of God should be revealed in him”.

    A. INTRODUCTION: JOHN 9 1. Where did the action take place? Temple entrance. “As Jesus passed by” (9:1). a. Blind could not enter Temple. b. Normally begged. 2. What was the background? Crisis. “They (the Jews) took up stones to cast at him” (8:59). Aorist active subjunctive, more

  • Identify The Source Of Your Wholeness

    Contributed by Anthony Hodge on Jan 29, 2003
    based on 15 ratings

    This is the fifth sermon in a 5 sermon series on spiritual wholeness

    Identify the Source of your Wholeness (John 5:15) There is an adage, “Give credit where credit is due.” For most of us, we understand that to mean that if we or others have been a benefactor of something or from what someone has done for or on our behalf, we should at least have the common more

  • It Could Always Be Worse

    Contributed by Anthony Hodge on Jan 29, 2003
    based on 24 ratings

    This is the fourth sermon in a 5 sermon series on spiritual wholeness.

    It could always be Worse (John 5:14) Is there anyone in here who can remember a time in your life where you were caught doing something wrong or your parent or guardian learned of your wrong doing and you knew that you had it coming? But, to your surprise, your parent or guardian more

  • Jesus Heals A Blind Man Lesson 20

    Contributed by Elmer Towns on Sep 28, 2018

    Healing of Blind Man

    A. INTRODUCTION: JOHN 9 1. Where did the action take place? Temple entrance. “As Jesus passed by” (9:1). a. Blind could not enter Temple. b. Normally begged. 2. What was the background? Crisis. “They (the Jews) took up stones to cast at him” (8:59). Aorist active subjunctive, i.e., some more

  • A Three-Fold Message

    Contributed by Tommy Hames on Jan 29, 2004
    based on 39 ratings

    Putting the Old and New Testament together.

    I. A THREE-FOLD MESSAGE I want to look at God’s Word in a three-fold way. First, I want to read a scripture in the Old Testament and see what the Bible says. Then, I want to look at the reference to it in the New Testament. Finally, I want us to look deep within and see how this scripture more

  • What Was Jesus’ Primary Emotion Toward The Lost?

    Contributed by Jim Butcher on Feb 26, 2014

    A look at the compassion that Jesus felt toward the lost and how we can move to be more like Him.

    WHAT WAS JESUS' PRIMARY EMOTION TOWARD THE LOST? It was compassion. - Matthew 9:36. -Matthew 9:13; Matthew 9:36; Matthew 12:7; Matthew 14:14; Matthew 15:32; Matthew 18:27; Matthew 20:34. - Jesus’ primary emotion toward the lost was compassion. - Look at how often it comes up just more

  • Matthew 17:19-20 – Why Don’t I Have Enough Faith? Series

    Contributed by Ross Cochrane on Oct 8, 2014

    Is faith just optimism draped in impotence? Jesus faith is positive and powerful? Is their faith a bonsai faith, kept small and so stunted that it is inept; dwarfed by the enormity of circumstances that are in need of a miracle? How could this be? Midget faith is not mustard seed faith!

    Matthew 17:19-20 – WHY DON’T I HAVE ENOUGH FAITH? Why are some people healed and others not healed? Is it my faith that is deficient? Jesus is asked a similar question by His disciples when they had not been able to heal a little boy. In Matthew 17:19-20 (NLT) they ask “Why more

  • "Trading Places"

    Contributed by Kenneth Sauer on Feb 9, 2012
    based on 2 ratings

    Jesus, essentially, trades places with a leper.

    Mark 1:40-45 "Trading Places" We've been in Mark Chapter 1 for three weeks. There is a lot packed into this one chapter. We started in the synagogue where Jesus cast a demon out of a person. Then, "After leaving the synagogue, Jesus, James, and John went home with Simon and more

  • "Thanking Jesus"

    Contributed by Kenneth Sauer on Nov 21, 2013
    based on 2 ratings

    A sermon about gratitude and thanksgiving.

    "Thanking Jesus" Luke 17:11-19 When my mom was 5 years old her mother died due to complications during pregnancy. When my mom was 6 years old her father died. So, my mom went to live with a cousin and her brother--my uncle Jack-- went to live with an aunt. And so my mom and her more

  • Physician, Heal Yourself Series

    Contributed by Rev Rotimi Adepoju on Oct 16, 2013

    A clarion call for the Church leaders to look within and clean-up our own messes if we have to fulfill the divine mandates God has given us to the entire nations

    He said to them, “You will surely say this proverb to Me, ‘Physician, heal yourself! Whatever we have heard done in Capernaum, do also here in Your country.’” Luke 4:23 The preambles: This phrase as used by Jesus to challenge his own people in Nazareth, symbolizes the more

  • The World Has Gone After Him

    Contributed by Ron Murphy on Apr 9, 2007
    based on 2 ratings

    Palm Sunday consisted of three groups of people coming to greet Jesus.

    Introduction I. One of the few television programs that I enjoy watching is American Idol. A. Not so much the episodes of the tryouts, but B. I do enjoy hearing some of these would be famous performers, and guessing who will win. C. Just for the record, if I were going to vote, I more

  • Would You Like To Get Well?

    Contributed by Steven Simala Grant on Oct 18, 2011

    Jesus still speaks and when we obey the power fills us, life changes and it is good.

    Would you like to get well? Oct 16, 2011 Jn 5:1-15 Intro: 38 years is a long time, don’t you think? About half a lifetime. 38 years ago, 1973, Nixon was in the middle of the Watergate scandal, Montreal won the Stanley Cup and there was barely a hint of an Edmonton Oilers, the Academy more

  • The Hunchback

    Contributed by Michael Deutsch on Jan 28, 2014

    Jesus helps us when we move through the storms of life.

    Luke 13:10-17 Hunchback August 25, 2013 It’s unexpected and it’s agonizing. You reach to pick up a package, you bend down to tie your shoes, you sneeze, you twist as you stretch, or maybe you scoop up a child. And something suddenly goes wrong. You know it in an instant. A more

  • The Church's First Miracle Series

    Contributed by Jay Tigner on May 7, 2016
    based on 1 rating

    The Church experiences the miraculous to validate the message.

    "FIRSTS” IN THE CHURCH. The Book of Acts is the record of the “first” experiences of the Church. We have studied the first Gospel sermon preached by Peter, the first invitation given, the first salvations experienced, the first baptisms, and the first commitments of the Church. more

  • Lord, I Want To See Series

    Contributed by Christian Cheong on Sep 18, 2005
    based on 42 ratings

    We have to (1) "see" with our heart and have faith in God, and (2) ask with all our heart, because without prayer nothing will be accomplished.

    Hardships and sufferings are a real fact in life. We see one today in our passage – a blind man. In those times, blindness was far worse that it is today. The blind man was reduced to begging because there was no help or work for such people. You can imagine how difficult it must be for them, more