- The Resurrection Message Jesus Gave By His Seven Words from the Cross
Date: Apr 24, 2011 | Passage: Luke 24:33-45
Series: Our Risen Savior
From the dying lips of Jesus, from His raging-thirst-dried-mouth, in the midst of excruciating pain, even though being crushed by the horrors of sin and death and the pains of hell—Jesus carefully and clearly speaks. If we will listen, Jesus is speaking to each of us today from His Crucifixion. From Resurrection morning and onward, Jesus taught His disciples in the reality of what God accomplished through Christ's death, burial, and resurrection. Those disciples needed help to fully understand all that had taken place—and so do we.
The Master's Message of Life Eternal - Hearing Jesus Present the Gospel
- The Hard Heart
Date: Apr 25, 2004
This morning we return to perhaps the greatest story Jesus ever told. The depths of the message of these few words is astounding. Christ's insight into human nature is piercing. His analysis of human responsibility is sobering. And His explanation of life around us should make us pay much closer attention to our spiritual condition.
- The Shallow Heart
Date: May 9, 2004
This morning we come to the second soil in Christ's parable. This second soil illustrates a second heart. Last time we saw the wayside or hardened heart. This time we will examine the stony or shallow heart.
- Blind Eyes Made to See
Date: Jun 2, 2002
There are only two kinds of people. There's no half sight. There are no partially blind. You either see or you are totally blind.
- Are you marked?
Date: Jun 9, 2002
In John 10 we find Jesus the Good Shepherd who came to seek and save the lost. He died for the sin of the world and offers salvation to all the world. He says there is only one entrance but it is wide enough for all who want to enter.
- The Crowded Heart
Date: May 16, 2004
One day Jesus compared life to a field, people to soil, the Gospel to seed, and eternal life to a crop of harvested righteousness.
- The Good Heart
Date: May 23, 2004
One day, in one verse -- Jesus describes everyone in the world that will go to Heaven. And in five other verses He describes those who will not.
- The Good Heart Accepts The Word
Date: Jun 27, 2004
With the death and burial of our 40th President there has been a national resurrection of discussions about the greatness of Ronald Regan’s life. Perhaps the single greatest event he is remembered for is breaking down the walls of Communism and opening freedom to so many.
- The Good Heart Lives For Jesus
Date: Jul 4, 2004
Are you living the "good life” this morning? For many that idea of the “good life” would evoke financial security, great health, abundant pleasures, and constant freedoms. But sadly most of those pursuing that "good life” never find it.
- The Good Heart Bears Fruit For Jesus
Date: Jul 11, 2004
God has a big plan for you and me; He wants us to make something out of our time. Time, like electricity, flows around us and remains unseen and useless -- unless it is captured and harnessed into usefulness.
- The Good Life - Bears Fruit Christ Wants to Abide - In My Time & Treasures
Date: Jul 18, 2004
God has big plans for you this morning – if you are His child. He wants to “yield a crop” in you and in me. There are three words in Mark 4 that forever changed my attitude. It wasn’t until I asked the Lord to show me in His Word that the words on the page began to jump at me.