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SERMON: COVERED BY THE BLOOD READING: EXODUS 12:1-13 INTRO: Ever wondered why God told the Israelites to paint blood on the doorposts and lintel of their houses just prior to the tenth plague. It’s more than a sign for the angel to pass over. Why the door frame? No one is kept in or out by the frame,…
Jesus in the Old Testament (Covenant) Text: Luke’s Genealogy of Christ- Luke 23 -38 Which was the son of Melea, which was the son of Menan, which was the son of Mattatha, which was the son of Nathan, which was the son of David, Which was the son of Jesse, which was the son of Obed, which was the son…
Two guys became friends as they watched game 3 of the World series together at the local bar & grill. The one who lived in the suburbs confided in his new-found friend, and exhibited a string tied around a finger. "I don't dare to go home," he explained. "There's something my wife told me to do, without…
The World's Greatest Love Story
Since I have been with my wife Christina she has tried and tried to get me to love and enjoy some of the old movies, mainly the ones that are called musicals. In fact, I can honestly say I enjoyed watching some of them with her and of course I have my own personal favorites, like “Singing in the Rain…
Christian Passover (Easter) 2006 Delivery Trucks and Miniature Soldiers Municipal areas require well-organized delivery and defense systems. Almost every part of a city requires supplies, such as water, food, dry goods, and factory orders on a constant basis. These supplies must be delivered through…
Kenneth Martinez • Refuge Church • Sermon • • 11 views • 47:22
The one thing that everyone knows about Jesus is that he died by crucifixion. The cross has been assimilated by modern society, and we can see it in movies, books, arts, jewelry, and pop culture. Though familiar with the symbol, most people are unaware of the ancient horrors of crucifixion, and the excruciating process of this method of torture. On this message we'll explore what the death of Jesus was actually like, and we’ll see how his followers dealt with the shock of seeing his master tormented to death.
Why Do We Celebrate Christmas?
Pastor Corey • Sermon • • 8 views
Introduction Last week we began the Christmas series: Why do we Celebrate Christmas? We started by looking at the Reason why Jesus had to come to earth. We had a problem. A major problem. The problem is sin and the wages (or payment) for sin is eternal death! Eternal separation from God, forever! Either…
Isaiah: Prince of Prophets
David Krueger • Sermon • • 7 views
Unmistakably chapter 53, speaks of the Lord Jesus Christ. Only men with blinded eyes, and deafened ears, and hardened hearts, and darkened minds can read Isaiah’s 4th Servant Song, compare it to the Passion Week of Jesus, and not see in Isaiah 53 an obvious prophecy of the life of Jesus. Every detail…
Presentation & Purification
Presentation of Jesus at 8 days, and Purification of Mary at 40 days. Today, February 2, is exactly 40 days after Christmas, once celebrated as "Candlemas". Simeon held the baby Jesus and sang what the hymnal calls the Nunc Dimitis. "Lord, let your servant depart in peace, for my eyes have seen your savation, as light to the Gentiles and the glory of His people, Israel."