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  • There Aren't Any Cemeteries In Heaven

    Contributed by Neal Gray on May 28, 2002
    based on 69 ratings

    True, we must all die. It is the fate of all humans, because we have sinned. But THANKS BE TO GOD, in heaven there aren’t any cemeteries!

    "There Aren’t Any Cemeteries in Heaven" Author: Dr. Neal Gray Passage: Revelation 21:1-8, KJV Purpose: True, we must all die. It is the fate of all humans, because we have sinned. But THANKS BE TO GOD that Jesus Christ His Son has given us the new birth; so that death no longer has its sting nor more

  • "Living In The Middle"

    Contributed by Robert Leroe on Jul 6, 2002
    based on 43 ratings

    When we face hardship we need to realize we’re in the middle of a story authored by God

    "Living in the Middle" I try to take some time from my professional reading to relax with a good novel. I love to read and to talk about books. When I was a hospital chaplain I found it interesting to see what patients were reading on the wards. I figured if they had a James Mitchener novel, more

  • The New Jerusalem And Eternal State

    Contributed by Larry Cockerham on Jul 4, 2002
    based on 15 ratings

    The millennium now being over, John is now introduced to a new universal order, the eternal state, where there are drastic changes in the cosmos as well as the marine environment.

    John tells us in Revelation 21:1: "And I saw a new heaven and a new earth: for the first heaven and the first earth were passed away; and there was no more sea." The millennium now being over, John is now introduced to a new universal order, the eternal state, where there are drastic changes in the more

  • Why Star Wars Is Better Than Titanic: A Devotional For Valentine's Day

    Contributed by Andrew Chan on Feb 7, 2002
    based on 54 ratings

    Using the titanic and star wars motif to speak about the profound mystery of the love of God for the church, His bride!

    Why Star Wars Is Better Than Titanic: A devotional for Valentine’s Day Valentine’s Day, ah romance, some people think one of the best stories of romance in recent history is that movie Titanic. But let me tell you why star wars is better romantic story than titanic. * The Titanic is big, but it more

  • Heavenly Relationships

    Contributed by Melvin Newland on Jan 30, 2001
    based on 318 ratings

    Heaven is going to be an extension of the relationship that is already started on earth.

    MELVIN M. NEWLAND, MINISTER CENTRAL CHRISTIAN, BROWNSVILLE, TX A. I’ve decided to preach on the subject of heaven today. And I hope that it leaves you with a feeling about what God has done for us, & what we have to look forward to more

  • Our Eternal Home

    Contributed by William Baeta on Mar 28, 2001
    based on 225 ratings

    The Christians real home

    Theme: Our eternal home Text: Psalm 39:4-9, 12; Rev. 21:1-4 Everyone who is born into this world will also have to leave it and for most people their deepest instincts and convictions tell them there is something beyond the grave. Creation teaches us that our instincts point to reality. The more

  • The Holy City, The New Jerusalem

    Contributed by Owen Bourgaize on Jun 21, 2001
    based on 97 ratings

    John, in the Revelation, sees a vision of the New Jerusalem, the Bride of Christ, the Church, as a climax of God’s redemptive purposes, an encouragement and challenge to believers still living in a dark and hostile world.

    THE HOLY CITY, THE NEW JERUSALEM When we look out on our world it’s easy to be pessimistic – with countries at outright war and others threatening each other, the environment at risk through global warming, disease and disaster. Evil seems to abound, with downright wickedness, injustice and more

  • God's Final Warning

    Contributed by Troy Mason on Sep 6, 2001
    based on 31 ratings

    Fire and brimstone sermon on God’s promise of Heaven for believers and Hell for unbelievers

    GOD’S FINAL WARNING! Rev 21:1-8 Introduction: I. Promise of Salvation for Believers – God personally ratifies His promises A. Description of Heaven (v 1-4) 1. No more sea (v. 1) – No more danger – separation from God 2. Sin separated us from God, but even we won’t remember our sins. (v. 4) B. God more

  • Heaven: The Holy City

    Contributed by Joe Bedy on Oct 3, 2001
    based on 90 ratings

    Looks at a Holy place, created by a Holy God for His Holy people.

    October 3 2001 Central Christian Church St. Petersburg, Fl Heaven- The Holy City Revelation 21: 1-7 Song: Joe Bedy Ed Rogers’ duet We know very little about heaven, but I once heard a theologian describe it as "an unknown region with a well-know inhabitant," and there is not a better way to more

  • The Lemming, The Pacific Salmon, And The Caterpillar

    Contributed by David Anderson on May 2, 2001
    based on 99 ratings

    People running from fears of death need to know the destiny that Christ has won for the Saints.

    Sermon: "The Lemming, the Pacific Salmon, and the Caterpillar” Acts 4:12 Revelation 21:1-4 + + + In the powerful name of Jesus we are saved-- From what? Sin, satan, and death. Think of how the mere thought of death influences our lives! Many people wonder what more

  • No More Sea

    Contributed by Jerry Carr on May 4, 2001
    based on 71 ratings

    A sermon describing why John on the Isle Of Patmos describing the new Heavens and New Earth said there was no more sea. Why No More Sea??

    I believe to understand what John is talking about we need to lay a little ground work. You see when God created the Heavens and the Earth, He created a perfect place for man. We find when man willfully disobeyed God and ate of the forbidden tree in Gen. 3:1-21, that God placed a curse upon more

  • Heaven

    Contributed by Howard Mcglamery on Jan 8, 2003
    based on 65 ratings

    An evangelistic sermon on the reality of Heaven as the destiny of the believer and of who and what will not be found there..

    Heaven Rev. 22:1-4 and 22:1-5 Introduction Four facts are clear from God’s word. 1. There is a future life. 2. There is no intermediate place. – no purgatory – no soul sleep 3. The eternal destiny of the soul is determined this side of the Grave. There is no second chance after death. 4. The only more

  • The People Of God Series

    Contributed by Tim Bond on Nov 17, 2002
    based on 84 ratings

    God has chosen us so that we can become a distinctive people, helping others come to know His love for them.

    If we stopped people on the street of Nashville and asked them what they think of when they hear the name “Nashville Christian Church” what would come to their mind? (Pause) Some might mention our parking lot, maybe others a pretty building in the middle of town. If we are a little more optimistic more

  • The End Of The Story Series

    Contributed by Denn Guptill on Dec 8, 2002
    based on 35 ratings

    The last part of this series on the end times and it looks at the final judgment

    Have you ever read one of those books that have multiple endings? You come to a place where you make a choice, if you turn left then you continue to read and get one ending or if you turn right then you skip to page 232 and get a completely different ending. It’s like the author couldn’t decide more

  • Cielito Lindo

    Contributed by Jason Noble on Jan 1, 2003
    based on 19 ratings

    Es lindo lo que ha preparado Dios para nosotros.

    Cielito Lindo Apocalipsis 21:3-4 Y oí una gran voz del cielo que decía: He aquí el tabernáculo de Dios con los hombres, y morará con ellos; y ellos serán su pueblo, y el mismo Dios será su Dios con ellos. 4 Y limpiará Dios toda lágrima de los ojos de ellos; y la muerte no será más; y no habrá más more