Carl J. Schaefer • Sermon • • 675 views
Sermon: “Fear That Ends in Peace” 2nd Sunday after Easter Sermon: “Fear end in Peace” Scripture: John 20: 19-31 Prepared by Carl Schaefer For Grace United Methodist Church April 15, 2007 Disciples fled the Garden in Fear; Record shows that Peter denied Christ; Only Gospel of John puts himself at the…
Steve Angus • Sermon • • 431 views
Series: Resurrection Appearances McMinnville First April 13, 2008 LOCKED DOORS John 20:19-26 During my ministry there have been a numerous occasions when I was called upon to go into a jail or a prison. Some time ago I went to Memphis to visit with an inmate in a Federal Prison. It was like trying to…
RCL - Easter Season
Benjamin Snyder • Sermon • • 64 views
The sermon explores the paradox contained in the scripture readings of trusting God in the midst of fear, especially death. It proclaims the good news that Jesus meets us in our place of fear and proclaims his peace: "Peace be with you!" He even meets us in our place of extreme doubt and invites us to put our finger into his wounds. The prayer suggested at the end of the sermon is "Lord, in the midst of my fear of ________, I receive your peace. Lord, in your mercy." RCL - 2nd Sunday of Easter
Pastor Matt Smith • In Christ Church • Sermon • • 22 views
Your Testimony Matters. Pastor Matt's sermon on how our testimony can affect others. The differences between how Mary, John, and Peter processed and reacted to seeing the empty tomb.
Faithlife Sermons • Sermon • • 5 views
An unwillingness to act in a situation of danger or opposition, because of fear. Avoiding the source of one’s anxiety or fear, rather than dealing with it directly.
Gospel Shaped Outreach
This sermon is part of the Gospel Shaped Church Curriculum created by the Gospel Coalition. Information about it can be found at http://gsc.thegospelcoalition.org or www.gospelshapedchurch.org -------------------------------