Sermons on The Gospel

Sermons on The Gospel

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TAKING CARE OF [FAMILY] BUSINESS

Sermon Handout On 7 different occasions during the last 6 hours of His life, Jesus spoke. He prayed for forgiveness (Luke 23:34), He promised Paradise to a criminal (Luke 23:43), He assigned the care of His mother to an apostle (John 19:26-27), He quoted from Psalms (Matthew 27:46), He acknowledged His thirst (John 19:28), He indicated that His mission was complete (John 19:30), and He surrendered His spirit (Luke 23:46). What do we learn from Jesus’ final words and how…
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THE RIGHT TO REMAIN SILENT

Sermon Handout On 7 different occasions during the last 6 hours of His life, Jesus spoke. He prayed for forgiveness (Luke 23:34), He promised Paradise to a criminal (Luke 23:43), He assigned the care of His mother to an apostle (John 19:26-27), He quoted from Psalms (Matthew 27:46), He acknowledged His thirst (John 19:28), He indicated that His mission was complete (John 19:30), and He surrendered His spirit (Luke 23:46). What do we learn from Jesus’ final words and how…
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FORGIVING THE UNFORGIVABLE

Sermon Handout On 7 different occasions during the last 6 hours of His life, Jesus spoke. He prayed for forgiveness (Luke 23:34), He promised Paradise to a criminal (Luke 23:43), He assigned the care of His mother to an apostle (John 19:26-27), He quoted from Psalms (Matthew 27:46), He acknowledged His thirst (John 19:28), He indicated that His mission was complete (John 19:30), and He surrendered His spirit (Luke 23:46). What do we learn from Jesus’ final words and how…

MISSED OPPORTUNITIES

Due to technical difficulties, This sermon is not available by video. A Podcast option will be added soon. Sermon Handout Have you ever missed an opportunity? Did it cause you a great deal of regret? If you had the opportunity to face that opportunity again, what would you do differently. The Bible repeatedly indicates that we will encounter opportunities that we should not miss them. For example, Paul said In Ephesians 5:15-16, “Be very careful, then, how you live—not as…