Chris Hodges • Sermon • • 551 views
Text: Rev. 20:10-15 Thesis: To look at the picture of hell painted for us through inspiration so that we will be encouraged to live in such a way as not to go there. Introduction: (1) It is said that for the Christian, earth is the only hell that he/she will know. For the Non-Christian, earth is the…
Richard E Powell • Sermon • • 281 views
Heaven Our Home Happily Ever After Psalm 23:6 April 15, 2007 Richard E. Powell Introduction: Today we will begin a new series of messages about heaven. The series is called, “Heaven our Home.” For the next three weeks we will take a look at what Heaven will be like. We will answer the questions, “Is…
The Gospel of Luke
Jesus tells us a story of reversal in the afterlife? What are we to learn? The king demands generous stewardship; there are consequences to ignoring his design; and what's needed to change the direction of a life isn't more information or evidence, but a change of heart.
Adrianus Yosia • Sermon • • 134 views
Pada kothbah hari ini, saya akan membahas dua pertanyaan: (1) Bagaimanakah nasib seseorang yang sudah meninggal di dalam Kristus? (2) Apakah yang dapat kita pelajari dari kematian seseorang? Kiranya Allah menguatkan saya!
Jeremy Robinson • Sermon • • 115 views
Misjudging Heaven CS Lewis once said “If I find in myself desires which nothing in this world can satisfy, the only logical explanation is that I was made for another world.” He was making the point that each and every one of us desire something more than this world we live in will ever be able to offer…
Jeremy Robinson • Sermon • • 97 views
Highway to Hell My very first CD was AC/DC’s High Voltage. I was a big fan, and, guiltily, still enjoy a little Back in Black or Dirty Deeds and a done dirt cheap from time to time. How often do we listen to songs without ever paying attention to the lyrics? In 1979, AC/DC released the album “Highway…
Rev. Bruce Goettsche • Union Church of La Harpe Illinois • Sermon • • 80 views
Anyone who is a sports enthusiast has had the experience of heading home or turning off the television because your team was desperately behind or comfortably ahead, only to discover later in the day that your team did not lose or win as you were expecting. These times prove the old adage that the game…
Is there something to look forward to after death? when is our resurrection? What kind of a body will we have upon resurrections? These are your genuine questions and much more.
Chris Hodges • Sermon • • 40 views
Text: John 14:1-3; et al. Thesis: To look at the Biblical teaching about Heaven in order to be encouraged to begin and finish the race of a Christian in order to receive our reward. Introduction: (1) About Heaven, some have said: (a) “Heaven … is a delusional dream of the unsophisticated minds of the…
Life of Samuel
Samuel, the prophet and judge of Israel, is now dead and buried. You would think that his story would be over. But, in one of the more unusual events recorded in Scripture, there is one last tale to be told, with important lessons to learn about the unseen spiritual realm and life after death. An expository sermon from 1 Sam. 28:3-20. The sermon begins at 33:15.
We are all headed for an eternity in Hell if our hope isn't in Christ. Hell is real, and it is torment. Thank God for Jesus Christ who saved us out of that dark and awful place
Latin Mass 2021
Rev. Brendan McGrath • Sermon • • 9 views • 8:16
PRESENTATION: The fear of death When I was attending St. Peter’s Seminary in London, those in the Philosophy Program obviously majored in philosophy, but their program did permit for taking a small number of elective courses. One year, several of the men decided to take a class in thanatology. For those…
Pastor Tim non-series
Have you ever had a day that suddenly took a left turn and derailed all your plans? Most of us have. The good news is, even when this happens, God is watching over us, none of it comes as a surprise to Him, and He uses these events to draw us closer to Him, as we learn in this sermon from Phil. 1:12-26. Sermon begins at 21:00.
Shane Robinson • Sermon • • 8 views
The Last Day Introduction: 1. One of the most debated topics in the so called ‘Christian’ world today is the end times. a. What will happen at the last day? Will Jesus come back to set up an earthly kingdom or will the earth be destroyed? Are there signs we should look for, if so, what are they? b. Will…
Dave McNeff • Sermon • • 8 views
Intro – Steve Jobs, who founded Apple Computer, died of pancreatic cancer in 2011 at age 56. He apparently died with little hope. Speaking of an afterlife he said, “Sometimes I think it’s just like an onoff switch. Click and you’re gone – and that’s why I don’t like putting onoff switches on Apple devices.”…
The Good Place... Or is it?
Alexander Lundbohm (Zeek) • Sermon • • 5 views
The Good place is individualistic- you can spend as many “Jeremy Berimys” learning everything there is to know but as long as eternity is “you” focused it will never be the good place. Eventually you will always get bored and you will want out. Just like the characters in the show.. That is why immortality is often seen as a curse in the media. What makes Heaven so different is that it has nothing to do with you or me. It is all about Christ. It is all about worshipping Jesus forever and that will never get old. When we take the focus off of ourselves and put it on Jesus that is when we will be most content. No amount of learning, experiencing, or fun will ever stack up to an eternity in the Presence of Jesus.
Hans Rasmussen • Sermon • • 4 views
One of the main reasons many people decide to approach God is out of need or desire. They see few other ways to get what they want, and God can become the last resort. There is nothing wrong with going to God in our need, yet Jesus shows that God will ask us, in turn, to look deeper into what we desire and why we want it. Our own requests and prayers to God should help us achieve a more eternal point of view.
Chris Hodges • Sermon • • 4 views
Text: 1 Thess. 4.13-18 Thesis: To note the facts of the resurrection in order to cause people to think about whether they are ready. Introduction: (1) The resurrection is God’s “Amen!” to Christ’s statement, “It is finished.” (S. Lewis Johnson). (2) Let us look at the resurrection: Discussion: I. The…
Dave McNeff • Sermon • • 4 views
Intro – How would you like to pick up the paper and read you died the day before? Happened to Mark Twain in 1897. Someone confused him with a cousin who was ill in London. Twain responded: “Reports of my death have been greatly exaggerated.” Well, that phrase could apply equally to the death of any true…