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  • Expectations Series

    Contributed by Michael Deutsch on Jun 27, 2014

    A look at our expectations as we continue moving through Lent. Bringing the dead young man in Nain.

    Expectations Luke 7:11-17 March 23, 2014 We can’t get away from expectations! They follow us wherever we go! Whatever we do, we’re surrounded by them. We have expectations from our parents, our spouses, our children, siblings, from friends, teachers and employers . . . and even more

  • Christ Is Still Risen!

    Contributed by Jonathan Kruschel on Oct 12, 2020

    How does Jesus take the sting out of death? Life is still hard and losing a loved one is sad. How does Easter help? No matter what you're going through Easter doesn't change. Christ is still and always will be risen from the dead!

  • A Sting Or A Saint?

    Contributed by Joseph Smith on Jan 24, 2010
    based on 1 rating

    An empty niche above the church door, made for a statue of a saint, but now containing a hornet’s nest, suggests the choice of letting our lives be empowered by God or letting the sting of death and disappointment take over.

    The other day I was hauling in a load of stuff from my car. I came in the Aspen Street entrance to the building, the entrance nearest my office. For some reason, as I was carrying things through the door, I looked up above my head, probably to implore the Lord to give me an extra ounce of more

  • Life Series

    Contributed by Mike Parry on Sep 1, 2007
    based on 8 ratings

    Uses the backdrop of Jesus raising Lazarus to examine the claim that Jesus is the Resurrection and the Life.

    “LIFE” The I AM Statements of Jesus FCC – September 2, 2007 Text: John 11: 25-26 Introduction: This morning we are going to continue our sermon series on the “I AM Statements of Jesus” found in the gospel of John. So far we have looked at four “I AM” statements: • I AM the Bread of more

  • Eyes Like Jesus

    Contributed by Jack Russell on Mar 24, 2020

    Like Jesus, Lazarus would die and rise again. Jesus knew the reason for his sickness, and he knew the outcome. But still, he wept. Why?

    Eyes of Jesus In one of her short stories, writer Annie Dillard has a scene in which a family is sadly gathered at a grave to commit a loved one's body to the earth. At one point, the minister reads the familiar words from I Corinthians 15, "Where, O Death, is thy sting?" Upon more

  • The Garden Of Evil Planters

    Contributed by Daniel Olukoya on Jul 28, 2011
    based on 15 ratings

    These are the last days and the Bible makes us to understand that part of the signs of the last days is that the enemy of man’s soul is going to be much more horrible and wicked. The Bible says that evil men shall wax stronger and stronger. Therefore, in

    Our message this week is entitled, “The garden of evil planters.” We shall start by considering Matthew 13: 24-28 which says, “Another parable put He forth unto them, saying, The kingdom of heaven is likened unto a man which seweth good seed in his field. But while men slept, his more

  • The Day Death Died

    Contributed by Jay Patton on May 15, 2002
    based on 28 ratings

    Preached on Easter Sunday, the emphasis is on the results of Jesus’ death, burial and resurrection.

    Introduction: Taking a Shortcut Read Scripture/Pray Background: Paul is writing to correct false teaching re: the Gospel THE importance of Easter! Purpose Statement: Because of Christ’s death & resurrection… I. Victory of Death is Removed A. Spiritual 1. We are more than physical more

  • The Promises Of An Empty Tomb

    Contributed by Clay Gentry on Sep 10, 2013

    It seemed all the hopes and dreams of the disciples were dashed when Jesus died on a cross but then came the news His tomb was found empty. His empty tomb held so many promises. We'll consider some of those promises in this lesson.

    n the day that Jesus died on the cross, it seems that the hopes and dreams of His disciples were crushed. Their teacher had been killed. Judas, one of their own, had betrayed Him and now he was also dead. The crowds that once had flocked to Jesus were no longer around. The events of the last few more

  • "Four Facts About Faith” Series

    Contributed by George Bannister on May 13, 2003
    based on 51 ratings

    This message is another in my series on the Book of Hebrews.

    TEXT: Hebrews 11:4-7 TOPIC: “Four Facts About Faith” INTRODUCTION: A minister tried to illustrate the difference between fact and faith. He hit upon a brilliant analogy that involved the congregation to which he was speaking. He said, "It is indeed a fact that you are sitting in the pews. It more

  • The End Of The Story (Pastor Jose Jr.)

    Contributed by Jose Gomez Sr. on Feb 21, 2007
    based on 6 ratings

    The death and resurrection of Christ was the most important event in human history. It is the cornerstone of the Christian faith

    The death and resurrection of Christ was the most important event in human history. It is the cornerstone of the Christian faith because it: 1. Demonstrates God’s extreme passion for us – so loving that He would go through torture and even death for us. 2. Demonstrates that God does have an more

  • Mark #6: Uncommon Hope Series

    Contributed by A. Todd Coget on Aug 3, 2001
    based on 45 ratings

    This sermon inspires the hope of eternal life to all who beleive.

    Ten Marks of a Prevailing Church Mark #6: Uncommon Hope 1 Corinthians 15:35-58 July 29, 2001 Intro: A. [Born to Lose, Citation: Norman Vincent Peale in Power of the Plus Factor, in Christianity Today.] Once walking through the twisted little streets of Kowloon in Hong Kong, I came upon a more

  • "Death Swallowed Up"

    Contributed by Clark Tanner on Mar 21, 2005
    based on 29 ratings

    For Easter. And for Jimmy and Mary.

    This is submitted in honor and memory of good friend and faithful servant of the Lord, Jimmy Carter, pastor of Norwood, Colorado Baptist Church, called home Palm Sunday, 2005. “But when this perishable will have put on the imperishable, and this mortal will have put on immortality, then more

  • Consequences Of The Cross

    Contributed by Don Hutto on Apr 14, 2001
    based on 84 ratings

    Sermon for Resurrection Sunday 2001.

    Consequences of the Cross Luke 23:44-49; 24:1-7 I. Introduction Luke tells us "And it was about the sixth hour, and there was a darkness over all the earth until the ninth hour." Much of the specter of the cross is hidden by that darkness. But the consequences of the cross can be more

  • Exhortations For Hope

    Contributed by Michael Stover on Oct 18, 2000
    based on 13 ratings

    Example for the Church (17) A.

    Example for the Church (17) A. An appeal for imitation (17) B. Heb. 13:7, "Remember them which have the rule over you, who have spoken unto you the word of God: whose faith follow, considering the end of their conversation." III. Enemies of the Cross (18-19) A. Goal of the enemies (18-19) more

  • He Is Risen

    Contributed by Gregory Thomas on Mar 22, 2008
    based on 1 rating

    A Resurrection Outline Of our Risen Christ

    He Is Risen MATTHEW 28:6 When he laid down his life for us: 1) He Was Arrested - For a Crime He Did Not Commit 2) He Was Tried - For a debt He Did Not Owe 3) He Was Crucified - For The Sins of the World 4) Buried In A Borrowed Tomb After Seeing The Stone Rolled Away Mary Magdalene Ran more