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  • Via Dolorosa Series

    Contributed by Bobby Stults on Apr 13, 2011
    based on 5 ratings
     | 9,335 views

    On His way to the cross Jesus ministers to the weeping women and then ON the cross He seeks the forgiveness of those who placed Him there. A true reflection of God’s love for humanity.

    The Via Delarosa – READ THE PASSAGE [v.26-38] Since His arrest in the garden Jesus had not slept, and had been questioned on 4 separate occasions, none of which revealed any wrongdoing. Jesus had be treated roughly and beaten severely by the Temple guard and we know from Mark’s Gospel account ...read more

  • 6 Steps To Redemption

    Contributed by Nick Scarpa on May 25, 2004
    based on 12 ratings
     | 10,279 views

    This sermon goes over the painful steps that our Lord had to take on the Via Dolorosa. It is a follow-up to the Mel Gibson movie "The Passion of the Christ."

    6 Steps to Redemption Rev. Nick Scarpa Elm Street Baptist Raise your hand this morning if you or someone you know has ever been involved in a Step program, where you take a number of steps to complete the program. There have been numerous books written that use this Step-by-Step approach to ...read more

  • Easter Preach-Off

    Contributed by Preston Brown on Mar 20, 2008
    based on 8 ratings
     | 2,331 views

    A story that telss the big story. A very unusual type sermon but one that my congregation responded to very well

    Easter Preach-Off The message that I will preach today is likely one of the most unusual you will ever hear me preach. I generally am the kind of preacher that uses a title and an outline and I usually try to stay somewhere near a homiletical style of preaching. You know 3 or 4 points and poem, ...read more

  • Experiencing The Passion Of The Christ

    Contributed by Robert Leroe on Mar 1, 2004
    based on 103 ratings
     | 1,101 views

    The offense of the Cross, not the violence or lame charges of anti-Semitism, is what has riled up critics of Gibson’s movie.

    Experiencing the Passion of the Christ Rev Dr Robert G Leroe, Cliftondale Congregational Church, Saugus, Massachusetts One thing Mel Gibson’s movie has given us all is an opportunity to talk about our faith in Christ. We all like discussing movies we’ve seen, and with the publicity ...read more

  • Urgent Atonement Series

    Contributed by Jim Drake on Mar 17, 2008
    based on 101 ratings
     | 14,638 views

    The cross is hideous. It’s not a pretty thing we hang on our walls. It’s not a fine piece of jewelry hanging from our neck. It is the most brutal instrument of death ever conceived by the cruel mind of man.

    For the past few weeks, we’ve been looking at the events of the last few days of Jesus’ life on earth. With each of those events, we’ve seen a sense of urgency. Each week we have seen an example of urgency. But this morning is different. In this morning’s passage, our Lord shows a sense of ...read more

  • He's Alive, He's Alive!

    Contributed by Timothy Brown on Apr 4, 2010
    based on 1 rating
     | 6,224 views

    Easter Sermon

    Text: Matthew 28:1-7 Title: He’s Alive!- He’s Alive! Introduction: The very heart of Christianity is the resurrection of Jesus Christ! In 1 Corinthians 15 St. Paul reasoned, "If Christ has not been raised, our preaching is useless and so is your faith. . . .We are then ...read more

  • El Camino De La Cruz Es Abnegacion Series

    Contributed by Raquel Martinez on Mar 19, 2012
    based on 1 rating
     | 5,429 views

    Durante las semanas antes a la pasion de Jesus, vamos a meditar en lo que significo para Jesus caminar ese camino hacia la cruz.

    EL CAMINO DE LA CRUZ Primera Parte 1. El camino de la Cruz es de abnegación. “Si alguno quiere seguir en pos de mi, niéguese a si mismo, tome su cruz y sígame” Mat. 16:24 Introduccion: Abnegacion significa negarse a uno mismo. No poner nuestros gustos, o intereses en primer lugar ...read more

  • The Undivided Heart

    Contributed by Neil Richardson on Mar 12, 2008
    based on 5 ratings
     | 3,204 views

    How we tend to have divided hearts, and how God wants us to be single-hearted for him.

    The Undivided Heart (Bishopsgate, 10/99/00) 1. Introduction- discrimination; the Internet (my U6, search for ‘God’); saying ‘no’ to things- deselecting is harder than selecting; every choice you make, there are ten you don’t- imperative to get it right, then? How can we? How do we know what to say ...read more

  • To Be There

    Contributed by Germain Brown on Nov 3, 2000
    based on 83 ratings
     | 1,666 views

    This sermon is to express the importance of being a Christ - like friend to others in need.

    Dedicated to honor My Lord, Jesus Christ and in honor of my close friend, Orlando P. Tijerina To Be There In the book of John chapter 15 verses 13 & 14 it states: “Greater love has no man than this that he that lays down his life ...read more

  • Body Vs. Machine

    Contributed by Charles Wilkerson on Nov 10, 2009
    based on 1 rating
     | 1,077 views

    Sermon for World Communion Sunday 2007

    In his book Ghost Soldiers, Hampton Sides tells of a dramatic mission during World War II. On January 28, 1945, hand-selected Army Rangers and Filipino resistance slipped 30 miles behind enemy lines to rescue 513 American and British POW’s who had spent three years in a hellish prison camp near the ...read more

  • The Danger Of The Familiar Series

    Contributed by David Henderson on Mar 28, 2010
    based on 3 ratings
     | 3,317 views

    Often our faith becomes stale. We can get so accustomed to things as they are and we become comfortable with our faith and in doing se we get stuck. This message challenges us to look at faith issues through fresh eyes.

    “The Danger of the Familiar” Matthew 21:1-11 In the Episcopal church and also in the Catholic church they use phrases in the service that become very familiar to the congregation because they use these phrases over and over. In addition they also chant or sing the words. As a ...read more

  • A Lost Ear Or Eternal Salvation?

    Contributed by Jon Mackinney on Jun 16, 2011
    based on 1 rating
     | 973 views

    The flesh and the spirit are at war in this passage, and in our own hearts.

    Passage: Matthew 26:47-56 Intro: Everyone thinks they know what a real man is. 1. pro athlete, Rambo, fireman. 2. always tough, strong, can really shoot any one of his variety of weapons, protect the fam! 3. Father’s Day is tough, because we are not quite as secure in our role as ...read more

  • Urgent News Series

    Contributed by Jim Drake on Mar 24, 2008
    based on 84 ratings
     | 7,332 views

    In this message titled “Urgent News” from our 2008 Easter Morning service, we look at the resurrection from the perspective of the ladies who arrived at the tomb early on that first Easter morning. How did they feel? What did they see? More importantly

    How many of you took a look at the newspaper this morning? If you can stomach it, I think it’s a good idea to keep up with what’s going on in the world. But here’s the thing about news. Whether you get your news from the paper or the TV, news comes in all different shapes and sizes. There’s ...read more

  • Christ's Suffering Calls Us To Do What?

    Contributed by Matthew Oliver on Jan 7, 2002
    based on 7 ratings
     | 1,630 views

    Using Christ’s agony in the garden as an illustration of our response to suffering.

    Christ’s Suffering Calls us to do What? M.B. Oliver A sermon for Year C, 2nd Sunday in Lent, Evening Prayer Preached at St John the Evangelist, Cold Lake, Alberta, 1900 11 Mar 01. Gen 41:14-45 Psalm 8, 84 Mark 14:27-52 A young girl was speaking with her Grandfather and asked, ...read more

  • The Architect Of The Cross

    Contributed by Phil Morgan on Mar 27, 2002
    based on 192 ratings
     | 15,419 views

    Who was ultimately responsible for Jesus going to the Cross?

    "The Architect of the Cross" Introduction: I was reading through this week from Matthew chapter 21 the account of Jesus entering into Jerusalem in triumph - the event that we celebrated last week on Palm Sunday - and my attention was drawn to verse 10, where it says: "And when He had come ...read more