Sermons on Jesus

Sermons on Jesus

THE SUMMONS TO SURRENDER

THE SUMMONS TO SURRENDER Matthew 28:16-20 What is the summons that we are called to surrender to? There are 4 words in our focus passage that perfectly summarize the gospel message of Matthew. The 4 words are imperatives, commands … COME, SEE, GO, and TELL. The Resurrection and the Great Commission give us the power to start over – Jesus gives us the power to keep going. He gives us the power to change, to be different. The greatest day in…

HISTORY’S GREATEST DAY

HISTORY’S GREATEST DAY Matthew 28 What was the greatest day in history – a day that changed history? Matthew 28 expounds on this day and presents the last recorded directives of our Lord. They provided the foundation of evangelism and are the basis of why we do what we do as believers. Lives depend upon our obedience! What were these directives from the Lord? Sources/Acknowledgements: David Jeremiah Alan Carr Sermon notes – unknown speaker (1995) The Wiersbe New Testament Commentary…

WHAT ABOUT PETER? (Part 2)

WHAT ABOUT PETER? (Part 2) Matthew 26 There’s a little bit of Peter in all of us! Peter’s life illustrates how a believer may backslide and lose his testimony. Under pressure, Peter caved to his fear and pride. Peter had the right desire, the needed determination, but he had ­the wrong dependence. Unfortunately, Peter’s dependence was an unhealthy confidence in himself. Peter learned the hard way that we must look to God for strength. So, what about Peter? We see…

THE GREATEST COMMANDMENT, PART 2

THE GREATEST COMMANDMENT, Part 2 Matthew 22:34-40 Sources/Acknowledgements: Ensfield The Outline Bible Jim Blevins The Wiersbe New Testament Commentary Mike Penbrook Content for the sermon has been researched from many different sources. It is important that I attempt to acknowledge these sources whenever possible.

THE GREATEST COMMANDMENT

THE GREATEST COMMANDMENT Matthew 22:34-40 Sources/Acknowledgements: T Ensfield The Outline Bible Jim Blevins The Wiersbe New Testament Commentary Mike Penbrook Content for the sermon has been researched from many different sources. It is important that I attempt to acknowledge these sources whenever possible.

I DON’T HAVE ANYTHING TO WEAR!

I DON’T HAVE ANYTHING TO WEAR! Matthew 22:1-14 Sources/Acknowledgements: The Wiersbe New Testament Commentary Jim Blevins The Outline Bible Marlou Javier John Gaston Shawn Rose Johnny Campbell Unnamed message notes (2003) Content for the sermon has been researched from many different sources. It is important that I attempt to acknowledge these sources whenever possible.

JESUS ASCENDS – WHAT NOW?

JESUS ASCENDS – WHAT NOW? Acts 1:1-14 Sources/Acknowledgements: The Holman New Testament Commentary The Outline Bible James Merritt Ryan Johnson Trevin Wax Sam Legon The Wiersbe New Testament Commentary Terry Blankenship Don Hooser Content for the sermon has been researched from many different sources. It is important that I attempt to acknowledge these sources whenever possible.

HE IS RISEN!

HE IS RISEN! LUKE 24 Sources/Acknowledgements: Dennis Lee Holman New Testament Commentary Ringwood Bible Commentary Katie McCoy The Outline Bible Jim Blevins Victor Marx Hershael York Content for the sermon has been researched from many different sources. It is important that I attempt to acknowledge these sources whenever possible.

SOME THINGS NEVER CHANGE

SOME THINGS NEVER CHANGE JOHN 19:35 Our guest preacher is a gifted speaker and preacher of God’s Word who is a deeply respected and loved member of Crossroads. Dr. Mike Spradlin, President of Mid-America Baptist Theological Seminary, also hosts the Live by the Word radio program, a verse by verse study of books of the Bible broadcasted weekly. Dr. Spradlin earned his B.A. at Ouachita Baptist University and his M.Div. as well as a Ph.D. at Mid-America. Dr. Spradlin is…

MISSING HEAVEN BY 18 INCHES

MISSING HEAVEN BY 18 INCHES MATTHEW 19:16-30 Sources/Acknowledgements: The Wiersbe New Testament Commentary Jim Blevins John Newbaker The Holman New Testament Commentary The Outline Bible Darrell Williams Content for the sermon has been researched from many different sources. It is important that I attempt to acknowledge these sources whenever possible.