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The Dinner Guests of God

Sermon Two

Mary Poplin, professor of education and Dean of the School of Educational Studies at Claremont Graduate University, attended a Methodist church ...

How Communion searches and strengthens our hearts

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Where the Battle Is Fought

Sermon Three

Here's a surprise: Most incompetent people don't know they are incompetent. In fact, researcher Dr. David A. Dunning of Cornell University ...

At the hour of crisis, our hope is in prayer

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Sermon Four

Years ago Bill Hybels told about seeing a newscast of a big Vietnam veterans parade in Chicago. Part of the commemoration was a mobile Vietnam ...

For our sake Jesus accepted the charge that cost him his life

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The Faces of Failure

Sermon Five

There was a clip on the sports last night that was painful to watch. College basketball between Memphis and Louisville, championship game—the ...

Peter, Judas, and Pilate demonstrate different ways to fail in faith

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The Agony of Victory

Through the rejection of the cross Jesus is exalted as king

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Which Watchers?

Sermon Seven

Robert Russell, pastor of Southeastern Christian Church in Lexington, Kentucky, told about sitting behind a 5-year-old boy at their church's ...

Christ's Resurrection calls us to believe

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The Way of the Cross

In the first century, Rome executed criminals by crucifixion. It was intended to be a humiliating and agonizing experience. There was no concept of ...

The passion of Christ—his suffering and death—is our healing and our salvation.

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The Greatest Sermon

I want to lift up what I believe to be the greatest Christian sermon ever preached on this earth. Now I'm not referring to the sermons of our Lord or ...

If we truly believed the good news about Christ, we could change the world.

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Message From an Empty Tomb

I'm not quite sure how to say this. We have always said in the church that our faith was based upon facts. It was a faith built upon evidence that led ...

The resurrection of Jesus offers us a message of hope, love, and grace.

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It Is Finished

Judas betrays Christ.

Take a look at a house right over there, just down on a side street, not that far from the temple. You push back the door; it seems ...

In his death, Jesus absorbed the evil that should have destroyed the world.

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A Day of Surprises

I remember the day that John Kennedy died. I remember the day when Martin Luther King, Jr. died. I remember the day when Robert Kennedy died. I remember ...

If we turn to Christ, his death becomes our day of salvation.

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Running Through the Cemetery

Have you noticed how much running there is in this text? This is a breathless text. It's got sweat all over it. Everybody in this text is running. You ...

Knowing that Jesus has come for us and called us by name should send us running with joy.

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But Christ Has Been Raised

The blood of Jesus covers all our sin and satisfies the Father. The death of Jesus is what enables us to fly, because it's the death of Jesus that forgives ...

As the passage in 1 Corinthians says, Christ's death-and our faith-is meaningless if he has not been raised from the dead

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The Goat Has Left the Building

Leviticus 16 deals with the Day of Atonement. In the Jewish feast calendar there are seven major feasts—four in the spring, three in the fall. The ...

We can live in forgiveness and freedom, because Jesus took away our sin.

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Baptism: A Public Declaration of Dependence
Baptism: A Public Declaration of Dependence

I was driving into church and I put in a cassette tape of the song "Mercy Came Running." I arrived at the worship center and went up to my office, did ...

Baptism declares we are unashamed of the Christ who died for us.

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