GRAHAM GEORGE • Sermon • • 59 views • 51:21
john 19:1-30 Then Pilate therefore took Jesus, and scourged him . And the soldiers platted a crown of thorns, and put it on his head, and they put on him a purple robe, And said, Hail, King of the Jews! and they smote him with their hands. Pilate therefore went forth again, and saith unto them, Behold,…
the Church has a nature and a purpose. tangible illustration: grain of salt vs. shaker and KFC fries; app usage? intro me context So we’ve begun working our way through Jesus’ famous teachings in what’s often called “The Sermon on the Mount”, thinking about this as Jesus’ blueprint for his Kingdom of…
Bobby Earls • Sermon • • 14 views • unknown
This sermon is a part of the Eastside Series which is among the earliest sermons I prepared and preached at Eastside Baptist Church in Blacksburg, SC
We should read reverently, putting off our shoes from our feet, as Moses did at the burning bush, for if there be holy ground anywhere in Scripture, it is in this Psalm.
Ruth: A Story of Redemption
Brad Jordan • Cornerstone Baptist Church • Sermon • • 41 views • 48:18
As we begin our walk through the book of Ruth, this sermon looks at the decisions of the three women in the first chapter and how they mirror our own lives today.
The Gospel of John
Rick Crandall • Sermon • • 883 views
1. God's love stretches to the widest span. 2. God's love gave us the greatest gift. 3. God's love suffered the greatest sacrifice. 4. God's love calls for the greatest confidence. 5. God's love results in the greatest rescue.
The Gospel of Matthew
Rick Crandall • Sermon • • 15 views
Because: 1. He is the Christ (vs. 13-16). 2. This truth comes from God the Father (vs. 17). 3. Jesus is confident about His work (vs. 18). 4. Jesus has given us the keys to Heaven (vs. 19). 5. Jesus died on the cross for us (vs. 20-21). 6. The good news about Jesus is clear (vs. 21-23).
The Gospel of Matthew
Rick Crandall • Sermon • • 26 views
Always trust in the goodness of God! 1. Because He hates injustice. 2. Because He shares in our sorrows. 3. Because He cares about our rest. 4. Because He cares about our other needs too.
The Gospel of Matthew
Rick Crandall • Sermon • • 2 views
This Easter God wants to give you... 1. Truth worth trusting (vs. 5-6). 2. A new life worth living (vs. 6-8). 3. The Lord worth loving (vs. 9). 4. The story worth sharing (vs. 7, 10). 5. The future worth finding (vs. 7, 10).
Doug McNaught • Sermon • • 297 views
Introduction The first three cries that the Lord made while He was on the cross all concerned other people. He was dying to save sinners and right to the end He cared for the needs of others before He looked after His own needs. As far as we can tell, the apostle John was the only one of the Lord’s disciples…
Doug McNaught • Sermon • • 158 views
Introduction We have seen that the Lord chose to remain silent during the time that He was taken to the cross, even though He was able to speak and save Himself. When He did finally open His mouth, He was being nailed to the cross and during that time He prayed for the forgiveness of His tormentors.…
Doug McNaught • Sermon • • 68 views
Introduction In the first sermon of this series we looked at the fact that the Lord Christ Jesus remained silent for the critical hours when He could have spoken to save Himself but He was determined to save us from our sin so He made no effort to save Himself. Now we can start to look at the times when…
Doug McNaught • Sermon • • 61 views
Introduction Proverbs 23: 7 reminds us that as a man thinks, so is he. Some people might argue that the context restricts this application but the Lord supports this as a general statement in Matthew 15: 18-20. It is very important for every Christian to fill their minds with thoughts of the Lord Jesus…
Paul Hawkins • Sermon • • 88 views
Meekness. Thanks Robin for leading us in some songs – Robin is a blessing in many ways. One of those ways is that he written a number of songs. We have sung a few of them out here. They are all based very closely on passages from the Bible. One that he did was taken from Psalm 18 (or maybe 2 Samuel 22…
Mike Mestler • Sermon • • 9 views
Sermon in a Sentence: There is tremendous power in the cross. I. The Cross Has Convicting Power. (Acts 2.36,37) II. The Cross Has Cleansing Power. A. It Frees from Sin's Guilt (Col. 2.13,14) B. It Frees From Sin's Grip (Rom. 6.1-6) III. The Cross Has Conciliating Power. (Eph 2.13-16)
Mike Mestler • Sermon • • 15 views
Sermon in a Sentence: No man ever died as Jesus Christ did on the cross. I. Jesus Died on the Cross /Vicariously. A. The Trial Reveals Substitutionary Death. B. The Title Reveals Substitutionary Death. II. Jesus Dies on the Cross Victoriously A. The Prophecies Declare His Triumph B. The Proclamation…
Greg Rosa • Sermon • • 4,294 views
Message Title: The Cross: God’s Answer to Our Deepest Needs Theme/Series: A Love Like No Other Text: Colossians 2:6-23 Pericope: Colossians 2:6-23 (New International Version) Freedom from Human Regulations through Life with Christ 6So then, just as you received Christ Jesus as Lord, continue to live…
James (Jim) L. Goforth, Jr • Sermon • • 8 views
Resurrection Sunday 2011 John 19:16-30 Why The Cross? Why the Cross? That’s a question often asked by believer, unbeliever, or those not sure. When Mel Gibson filmed “the Passion of the Christ”, I heard him speak at a Pastors’ gathering. In his stunted theology, he made a statement that sounded good…
Paul Hawkins • Sermon • • 22 views
Removing Offences. When I was a kid it seemed every summer holiday we went to a camp out at Woodend – a beach just north of Christchurch. My dad used to speak at the camp, mum would be a leader; us kids would go as campers and as we got older we would be cabin leaders. There was a hall with a kitchen…