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  • A Torn Curtain Series

    Contributed by Mike Gilbert on Mar 17, 2008
    based on 44 ratings
     | 20,312 views

    Significant truths we can learn and apply to our lives from the tearing of the temple veil at the moment of Jesus’ death.

    *INTRO>In 1966, Alfred Hitchcock directed a Cold War era mystery / thriller movie starring Paul Newman and Julie Andrews, a movie entitled, “The Torn Curtain.” The movie was not one of Hitchcock’s better-known films, as few people paid much attention to it. God understands when much expense has ...read more

  • Torn By Unseen Hands Series

    Contributed by Allan Quak on Feb 28, 2018
     | 2,946 views

    At the moment Jesus died the curtain in the temple was torn in two - God has left the building.

    You can listen to the full message here: http://www.nec.org.au/index.php/listen-to-a-sermon-series/strange-and-unusual/ Message Matthew 27:51 Torn By Unseen Hands There is something about curtains that just makes us want to know what is behind them, isn’t there. Curtains have the ability ...read more

  • When He Was On The Cross, You Were On His Mind Series

    Contributed by David Dykes on Jan 29, 2018
     | 13,337 views

    Four important things that happened when Jesus was crucified.

    INTRODUCTION It’s been my joy to lead hundreds of Holy Land visitors to a cliff outside Jerusalem that looks like the face of a skull. You can see indentions in the rock that look like the eye sockets of a skull. Even after twenty centuries of erosion, the cliff still resembles a skull. And many ...read more

  • Unveiling God's Heart Series

    Contributed by Pat Cook on Apr 14, 2006
    based on 31 ratings
     | 9,913 views

    This is about the Temple curtain torn in 2 when Jesus died. It shows us God’s heart of approachability, availability, and affection.

    Mark 15:33-39 – Unveiling God’s Heart (I got this sermon mostly from a pastor named Randal Earl Denny in his book In the Shadow of the Cross.) Well, here we are. Since January we have been looking at The Life of Jesus. We have studied his teachings and observed His miracles. We have seen ...read more

  • Thirteenth Sunday In Ordinary Time B--- Bleeding For 12 Years

    Contributed by Paul Andrew on Jun 24, 2021
     | 349 views

    As we felt new power flow in, as we enjoyed peace of mind, as we discovered we could...

    [Jail Ministry homily 13th Sunday B] Under Mosaic law, that woman was unclean all those years. Twelve years of medical treatments with no cure corroborates her once-significant financial status. Alcoholics Anonymous refers to, “the insanity of our disease.” i.e. an impaired ability to stop or ...read more

  • The Bleakest Of The Bleak Series

    Contributed by Ed Vasicek on Mar 20, 2003
    based on 45 ratings
     | 2,937 views

    The Work Christ accomplished on the Cross is more than we can know, but we can at least understand a few of the most important accomplishments. The events surrounding the crucifixion picture the theology behind this monumental climax of history.

    The Bleakest of the Bleak (Matt. 27:45-55, John 19:30, Luke 23:47-48) Intro 1. I am into spot removing and solvents---at least a little bit. 2. Here are some common spot or stain treatments: (show removers, bleach, ammonia, etc.) 3. Some solvents will remove only some stains 4. ...read more

  • Curtain Torn In Two

    Contributed by Davon Huss on Jun 5, 2006
    based on 15 ratings
     | 14,523 views

    A sermon on the curtain of the temple being torn in two and what this means for us. (Material taken from Mark Garland in NIV Application Commentary and SermonCentral Contributor Pat Cook in Unveiling God’s Heart)

    Sermon for 6/4/2006 Curtain Torn in Two Mark 15:33-41 Introduction: A. Focus in on verse. 38. B. So a curtain was torn! Big deal! Let me say that all of the members of the power team could not tear this curtain, or veil. C. This curtain hangs from the ceiling. IT was 60 feet long, 30 ...read more

  • Jesus Pays ... Mankind Stutters Series

    Contributed by Allan Quak on Apr 1, 2013
     | 3,706 views

    Why has Jesus been forsaken? So that we do not need to go through heel and so we can have a relationship with God.

    Message Matthew 27:45-56 Jesus Pays ... Mankind Stutters Good Friday is the day we specifically focus on the death of Jesus. Now let’s remember that His death is just a small part of the whole – what we call – Passion Narrative. It seems a bit strange to call this act “The Passion” especially ...read more

  • Jesus, In Your Mess Series

    Contributed by Shawn Drake on Apr 27, 2005
    based on 36 ratings
     | 4,678 views

    This is the 9th sermon in the series "When Jesus Comes To Your Town". This series is based on the "Passion Week".

    Series: When Jesus Comes To Your Town [#9] JESUS, IN YOUR MESS Mark 15:33-39 Introduction: In my lifetime, I have made numerous mistakes. I have found myself in messes that I didn’t think I could get myself out of. 2000 years ago, Jesus found Himself in my mess. As Jesus hung on ...read more

  • The Bleak Time

    Contributed by Ed Vasicek on Mar 25, 2013
    based on 1 rating
     | 1,548 views

    The Work Christ accomplished on the Cross is more than we can know. As we look at some of the details, we can appreciate the benefits of Jesus’ death on our behalf.

    The Bleak Time (Matt. 27:45-55, John 19:30) [note: I originally preached on this text ten years earlier; this outline is revised and I have added some significant bits of information from my developing Jewish Roots perspective] 1. Spots on my tan shoes from rubber over boots. Tried olive ...read more

  • Jesus' Final Words (Part 2)

    Contributed by Henry Trocino Jr. on Mar 27, 2017
     | 7,750 views

    In Part 2, we take up the remaining four sayings of Jesus on the cross. We shall study how the gospel writer used the OT background in the death of Christ. It will give us a good grasp of the significance of Jesus’ last words on the cross.

    A Word of Abandonment “‘Eli, Eli, lema sabachthani?’ that is, ‘My God, my God, why have you forsaken me’” (Matt. 27:46)? I have heard many eloquent sermons on the “seven sayings.” However, the speakers rarely look into the OT texts that Jesus used in His last seven sayings. Yet how the ...read more

  • Prayer: Who, What, When, Where, How

    Contributed by John Browning on Jun 1, 2007
    based on 4 ratings
     | 5,864 views

    We are taught to pray for every thing in all situations. But not everyone prays the same way. Ultimately the how you pray is up to you and your relationship with the Heavely Father.

    Prayer: Who, What, When, Where, HOW? By Pastor JC Browning June 3, 2007 We are told to pray over 1000 times in the Bible. Every time we turn around the world is telling us where we can and can not pray. But I’m here to tell you in the words of William Wallace in the movie ‘Braveheart’ “Yes, ...read more

  • Resurrection Sunday - The Way Is Open

    Contributed by Ken Mckinley on Apr 21, 2014
    based on 4 ratings
     | 8,522 views

    our message for Easter Sunday dealing with 2 proofs that Christ has done more than enough

    On Monday, I got a call from a cousin of mine who lives in Tulsa… His mother-in-law passed away after a battle with cancer. I had been praying for her as it was a difficult time for them. My cousin told me that in trying to console his daughter he said, “Yes, your grandma is gone, but ...read more

  • Witnessed Signs Series

    Contributed by Dennis Davidson on Apr 1, 2013
    based on 16 ratings
     | 54,629 views

    At the moment of the Messiah’s death, God provided three miraculous signs. Matthew alone records all the supernatural events that accompany Jesus’ death. He aslo tells us of some of the people who witness the event & how some of them were affected.

    MATTHEW 27: [50] 51-56 WITNESSED SIGNS After Jesus dies the oppressive darkness over the earth is lifted. Everyone knew something significant had happened. The substitutionary death of Jesus brings light (salvation) to a world lost in sin and darkness, that is, to all those who accept ...read more

  • Three Hours Of Darkness Series

    Contributed by Derrick Strickland on Feb 27, 2016
    based on 1 rating
     | 7,707 views

    At noon something both extremely disturbing and awe inspiring took place…darkness covered the land, like a blanket.

    INTRO: 1. I want to draw your attention to an oft overlooked event that took place at Calvary. 2. Jesus had already, in broad daylight, hung upon that cross for three hours—from 9 in the morning to noon. a. There can be no doubt of his crucifixion, countless witnesses testify to ...read more