Robin • Sermon • • 867 views
Intro Well, I guess all good things must come to an end (except eternal life). Our yearlong series, “Back to the Basics: Knowing why you believe what you believe,” going over our doctrinal statement, will end today. Hope it was a fruitful journey for you as it has been for me, to consider the basics…
Richard E Powell • Sermon • • 447 views
April 4, 2010 Pastor Ricky Powell Scripture Introduction: The town of Le Lavandou on the French Riviera recently passed a law barring any more burials in the town cemetery. It's full. The law says, “It is forbidden without a cemetery plot to die on the territory of the commune.” The law hasn't stopped…
I Will Build My Church: Luke & Acts Series
au·thor·i·ty noun 1. the power or right to give orders, make decisions, and enforce obedience. In Luke's writings today we will see that Jesus has BOTH the Power and Right to do these things... Our scriptures today will cover the final week of Jesus life prior to the cross… PASSION WEEK! I want us to…
“Truly, truly, I say to you, you will weep and lament, but the world will rejoice. You will be sorrowful, but your sorrow will turn into joy” ( Jn 16:20 ). In these words of Jesus we find the pearl of Christian comfort, the true and lasting joy which our Lord promises to all who believe in him: “You…
Easter Story While driving to church on Easter Sunday a few years ago, I told my children the Easter story. “This is the day we celebrate Jesus’ coming back to life,” I explained. Right away, my son, Kevin, three, piped up from the backseat, “Will he be in church today?” —Peggy Key, Portage, Michigan…
Main Idea: A Christian need not fear uncertain or troubling circumstances, because we have a sovereign Lord and Savior, who is coming again to glorify us and bring us to our true home.
Jim Bentley • Gadsden Vineyard Church • Sermon • • 6 views • 44:58
Jim describes the pain of Good Friday, the grief of Holy Saturday, and the unlikely victory of Resurrection Sunday. We can probably expect Jesus's second coming to be just as surprising as his first.
George Toews • Sermon • • 6 views
I. Introduction The Lion, The Witch and Wardrobe is coming out in theatres on December 9 and that is one movie I want to see. I have read the Narnia Chronicles, as I suspect many of you have. In fact, I understand we now have them in the church library. They are great stories and have some great spiritual…
Marc Brule • Sermon • • 4 views
Luke wrote both the Gospel of Luke and the book of Acts. The end of Luke overlaps with the beginning of Acts. (NIV) — 45 Then he opened their minds so they could understand the Scriptures. 46 He told them, “This is what is written: The Messiah will suffer and rise from the dead on the third day, 47 and…
John L. Lake • Sermon • • 3 views
Lord’s Supper and Resurrection: God’s Photo Album 4/12/09 I. Introduction a. Pictures: so we never forget i. God knows our tendency to forget, so He provides pictures ii. Passover (Unleavened Bread), on night of betrayal b. Foundation of the Lord’s Supper i. The basis of this meal is founded upon deliverance.…
Jeff Stephens • Sermon • • 2 views
Introduction I feel so inadequate to speak on this topic, but as it is our text for today I dare not shirk this responsibility. I am with Spurgeon when he states, ‘I do not do it to amuse your curiosity by novelty, or that I may pretend to have the true key of the prophecies which are yet unfulfilled.”…
Rev. Buford Edwards II • Sermon • • 0 views
The birth of Jesus and his coming is so signficant that we cannot understand what it means to us now and in the future. The fact remains that Jesus came and Jesus is coming again and bringing hope with him.