cory madsen • NCF Cortez • Sermon • • 98 views • 42:28
Cody Cauble • Sermon • • 3 views
Introduction Last week we talked about testifying when you’re young and not allowing yourself to be silent about the gospel because you are a teenager. This is so important and transformational for you to realize and understand that Jesus WANTS you to partner with Him in bringing the good news of salvation…
People who Jesus met.
John Gilchrist • Sermon • • 1 view
Peter denies Jesus then Jesus restores Peter
Jeff Holcomb • Living Word • Sermon • • 8 views
Peter denied knowing Jesus but was redeemed after his failure. We will receive Christ’s redemption even when we fail to acknowledge him
Charlie Grimes • Sermon • • 8 views
The world seeks to accuse you of being a Christ follower. Are you guilty? Is there recognizable evidence to convict you of your allegiance? This is one of the stories recorded in the Gospels that actually supports the validity and truthfulness of these accounts. Scholars and those who study these things…
Charlie Frederico • Sermon • • 0 views
Introduction Review: Six phases to Jesus’ trials: Annas-ring leader of the Temple marketplace Caiaphas-son-in-law of Annas; High Priest Sanhedrin-72 men ruling over all affairs of Israel. Pilate-Appointed Roman governor of Israel Herod-appointed Roman procurator of Galilee Pilate again-governor, final…
The Great Betrayal
Brandon Petras • Sermon • • 34 views
Even though Peter walked with Jesus for years, he publicly denied him. However, Jesus restored Peter and did not condemn him. We all have denied Jesus in some way at some time, but Christ still shows us love and restoration.
Gospel of John
Pastor Jason • Sermon • • 1 view
Jesus was arrested by His betrayers. Jesus was Denied by His friends Jesus was Rejected by the World.
The Gospel of John: Believe
Joel Gilbert • Sermon • • 28 views • 44:26
A Tale of Two Cities Charles Dickens opened his famous novel with these words: It was the best of times, it was the worst of times, it was the age of wisdom, it was the age of foolishness, it was the epoch of belief, it was the epoch of incredulity, it was the season of Light, it was the season of Darkness,…
After the Resurrection
Bex White • Sermon • • 84 views
We are faithless, but He is faithful
Mark My Words
bryce harper • Sermon • • 3 views
*?! IMAGE: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yP7KywgzofA NEED: We all have something we say we believe in, but what happens when we are tested and fail? Do we give up and walk away for good? SUBJECT: Peter believes in himself and he is tested…and he fails. What can we learn from shattered faith? TEXT:…
Maundy Thursday Service
Tim Wilgus • Sermon • • 15 views
Peter’s Rooster us as sheep - point to Intro When I was in high school, I liked a girl. I liked her so much that I made a point to hang out with her. We planned it all out. We were going to the mall. I was going to pick her up from her house and take her to the mall. We’d walk around and then I’d take…
Gospel of Mark: Jesus a life to serve
James Rogers • Sermon • • 5 views
Peter's denial, may we not fall to denying Christ ourselves
Our Lords Passion
Rev. Dennis Peery • Freedom Church St. Charles • Sermon • • 6 views
Passion week and the death and Resurrection of Christ
GOSPEL OF JOHN
Jomo Thomas • Sermon • • 3 views
DENIAL , Denial of the Suffering Way · This caused shame and embarrassment along with fear. · Denial of his Shortcoming as it relates to his Spiritual understanding · Peter wasn’t as clear on the Lords Purpose as he led on or believed · There was both a lack of understanding and an offense because of…
Hank Wilson • Sermon • • 17 views
When circumstances surround you, why do you respond the way you do? It’s often harsh and takes action that mainly looks out for self doesn’t it? Intro We respond in desperation when the pressure is on don’t we? Drama Jesus was arrested Taken to Annas - a previous high priest and father-in-law of Caiaphas…
The Gospel of Mark
Eric Durso • Eric • Sermon • • 1 view
We have an enemy, and I’m not talking about Russia, China, or a political party. I’m not talking about different religions, different worldviews, or secularism. I’m not talking about terrorists or atheists. I’m not talking about demons or devils, or even Satan himself. I’m talking about something that…
Jos Jacob Vengassary • Sermon • • 26 views
Peter declares Jesus as the Son of God, But he at times wavers and another time again asserts his alliegience. There are similar characters in the OT like Jacob, Moses, David etc. For.eg. Moses a convict in the eyes of Pharao still standing against the Pharao, but fails in the wilderness of Sin Kadesh as hedid what he was supposed not to do at all (Numbers 20:11; where upon he was denied the entry to the promised Land (Deuteronomy 32:51)All were great only when they walked with God and when God was with them. But when they handled according to their will and forgot God they failed . Peter also failed when he departed Jesus. His denial, his resuming the old profession and failing there utterly without catching any thing. But as he received Holy Spirit He stood for Jesus and feared no consequences. He even was not stubborn to execute his will alone. Instead he was open enough to accept the Will of God though he was unwilling to share that insight. He after having the vision, was ready to baptize Cornelius and accept him to the fold. But it was a long process mixed with denial , failiure and conviction. At last the conviction that Jesus is Son of God prevailed. This is repeated in the Acts of Peter in the Quest for the Historical Apostles P.84. The question of Peter to Jesus as he was fleeing from Rome to escape prosecution when he met Jesus coming in the direction of Rome Quo vadis, Domine? and Jesus answer to Peter hearing which Peter returns to Rome and became a martyr. If we go only our way we will only fail and will be like the donkey on whom Jesus rode. When Jesus is no more upon the donkey, it is nobody. Two verses. 2.Corinthians 11:9; I Corinthians 15:10.
Michael Turner • Sermon • • 54 views
In the shadow of the cross Jesus has a spiritual focus upon His suffering, but the disciples still have a temporal focus upon self.
The Gospel of Luke
Rob Rice • Christ Community Church Tullahoma • Sermon • • 6 views • 38:17
Jesus is arrested; Peter denies the Lord; Jesus is questioned by the council.
The Jesus Story
Tad Dobbins • West View Community Church • Sermon • • 5 views
Jesus the Servant King
Brian MacSwan • Sermon • • 21 views • 44:08
When the rooster crows is when the Holy Spirit draws us to himself.
The Gospel of Mark
Dustin Daniels • River Bible Church • Sermon • • 5 views
Today, we come to one of the most infamous Scripture passages in all of the New Testament–Peter’s denial of Jesus. As we know, Peter talked too much, listened very little, refused to pray, acted too fast, and followed Jesus at a distance. In other words, Peter has a bad case of the normals. Peter represents all of us at one time or another in our own lives. And today’s Scripture passage is disturbing because of where that leads.