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  • The Fruit Of The Proclamation Series

    Contributed by Ricardo Rodriguez on Nov 1, 2012

    The gospel is a constant reminder that we are not saved by our good works, holiness, inheritance, religiosity or conduct, but by the pure grace of God. Ephesians 2:8-9 says: "Because by grace you have been saved by faith; this does not proceed of you, b

    Cell Group Studies Ice Breaker: Have you ever had problems with being communicative (Gossipy) at some time? Key verse: 1Corinthians 15:3. INTRODUCTION The gospel is a constant reminder that we are not saved by our good works, holiness, inheritance, religiosity or conduct, but by the more

  • Stewardship And Life Management 3 Series

    Contributed by Andrew Moffatt on Jul 25, 2012

    So we are to serve God, but what is the alternative? Where does that leave us? Livng for God that is our meaning and serving others arises because of this. Sounds like a great plan. This material is inpired by the work of Dr Harry Wendt "In Heavens Nam

    Stewardship and Life Management Three. This material should be used in conjunction with Dr Harry Wendt’s material, “In Heavens Name, Why on Earth.” 1 Corinthians 15:3-4 “For what I received I passed on to you as of first importance: that Christ died for our sins more

  • What Can You Tell Me About Jesus?

    Contributed by Charlie Roberts on Jun 5, 2012
    based on 8 ratings

    Sharing the Gospel, should be as easy as 123, like telling someone your name,

    What Can You Tell Me About Jesus? Everyone loves a great actor or actress, Everybody loves a good movie, don’t they? Have you ever known of, or maybe even known someone yourself? That after they have seen a movie, or been to an event. Whether they liked it or not, they get excited to more

  • He Defeated Death Series

    Contributed by Kurt Lindgren on Dec 6, 2012
    based on 1 rating

    There were certain people in the Corinth church who taught there was no resurrection from the dead! Paul confronts them with hard evidence... INTRODUCTION: Corinth was the center of the Epicurean philosophy, which said that, because there is no eternity, man should eat, drink, and be merry on earth. Part of this Epicurean mentality had filtered into the church. Specifically, there were those in the church who more

  • 2013 Aim Low Series

    Contributed by Dan Cormie on Jan 14, 2013

    New Year, time to dig deep and start over, time to renew commitments, overcome bad habits and slay giants. Time to "do more" and "try harder" - WRONG!

    Dakota Community Church January 13, 2013 2013 - Aim Low True North: Charting the Direction for 2004 Think about the way you spend your time. Are you ready to give an account? Are you a participant or a spectator in the Body of Christ? Make Your Move 2005 When it comes to having things more

  • What If There Were No Ressurection?

    Contributed by Gene Gregory on Aug 17, 2012

    Easter Sermon - Examines how different the world would be without Christ, and how Christians have impacted the world for good.

    EASTER 2012 WHAT IF THERE WAS NO RESURRECTION? - 1 Corinthians 15:1-19 At the time this letter was written, Paul was in Ephesus. While there, he received a letter from the Christians in Corinth, telling him about some of the problems going on in the church. In the letter, they told him more

  • Why Did Jesus Show The Empty Tomb?

    Contributed by Gene Gregory on Aug 18, 2012
    based on 1 rating

    Easter Sunrise Service (shorter than normal) examining reasons why Jesus showed an empty tomb.

    EASTER SUNRISE 2012 - 1 Corinthians 15:1-8, 20-22 Some time ago I had a lady ask me, “Brother Gene, why do we have to get early on Easter? Why do we have a Sunrise service?” Let’s think for a moment about the events leading up to this celebration. If you remember, Jesus more

  • Easter: What Really Matters

    Contributed by Brad Bailey on Aug 22, 2012

    In our disconnected overloaded world, reconnect with what is really important.

    What Really Matters Easter Sunday, April 8, 2012 – Brad Bailey Intro – On that first morning... when the first lives discovered that Jesus had risen… it ripped thrugh them…right down to the core of their souls. And soon it would rip right through human history… more

  • The Resurrection Of Christ Series

    Contributed by Freddy Fritz on Mar 2, 2012
    based on 3 ratings

    In this sermon we examine the evidence for the resurrection of Christ.

    Scripture We continue our study in The First Letter of Paul to the Corinthians in a series I am calling Challenges Christians Face. In our study of his letter to the Corinthians Paul has just concluded a long discussion regarding spiritual gifts. He now turns his attention to an issue about more

  • Are We To Be Pitied?

    Contributed by Mark Aarssen on Mar 3, 2014

    So what of you and your faith this Easter? Could you use some restoring today perhaps you could use a resurrection in your faith walk? Then look to Jesus in the scriptures.

    Are we to be pitied? 1 Corinthians 15:1-27 – The Message Bible 1 Friends, let me go over the Message with you one final time - this Message that I proclaimed and that you made your own; this Message on which you took your stand 2 and by which your life has been saved. (I'm assuming, more

  • The Basis Of The Gospel Series

    Contributed by Christopher Benfield on Jan 14, 2018

    We are called to be a people of the Gospel; the Gospel must be central to our lives. In order to adequately embrace the Gospel, we must understand the Gospel.

    The Basis of the Gospel 1 Corinthians 15: 3-4 As we begin the New Year, I felt compelled to preach a series that deals with the foundational element of our faith – the Gospel of Jesus Christ. I trust everyone understands the significance of the Gospel in relation to salvation in Christ. We must more

  • Proof Of The Miracles Of Jesus

    Contributed by John Gaston on Jan 17, 2018
    based on 1 rating

    The world has questioned the reality of Jesus' deity, His supernatural origin, His miracles, and His resurrection and His ascension. Now here is the proof the Bible means what it says.

    PROOF OF THE MIRACLES OF JESUS 1 Cor. 15:3-8 INTRODUCTION A. HUMOR: A MISER’S KINDNESS 1. Sam is a kind-hearted husband but he’s the tightest skinflint you ever saw. One day he took his wife Sue to the Woodlands Mall. 2. They walked down half the mall for over 45 minutes admiring all the more

  • The Voice Of The Bride Series

    Contributed by Sam Mccormick on Aug 8, 2017

    In prophecies about the falls of and Jerusalem and (figuratively) Babylon, actually separated by centuries, the writers said that the voice of the bridegroom and bride will not be heard any longer in each city. What did these prophecies mean?

    Note: There is a companion sermon to this one, titled THE VOICE OF THE BRIDEGROOM. I preached them on two consecutive worship assemblies, with THE VOICE OF THE BRIDEGROOM being first, and this sermon following shortly afterward. Both sermons are on Sermon Central. THE VOICE OF THE BRIDE I. more

  • The Meaning And The Importance Of The Resurrection Of Christ Series

    Contributed by John Wright on Mar 29, 2010
    based on 4 ratings

    This lesson discusses what the resurrection means to Christ - to the church - to the Christian and to the non-Christian!

    INTRODUCTION 1. Open your bibles to 1 Cor. 15:3&4. 2. The title of our lesson is: 3. Let’s read our passage. 4. The purpose of our lesson will be better understand the meaning and importance of the resurrection. DISCUSSION I. WHAT DOES THE RESURRECTION MEAN TO more

  • An Analysis Of I Corinthians 15

    Contributed by Frederick Meekins on Apr 20, 2010
    based on 1 rating

    An Analysis Of I Corinthians 15

    To religious progressives wanting to at least acknowledge the morality of Jesus without having to acknowledge His rightful place as the Lord of the their lives, the resurrection of the body is viewed as a disposable dogma more suited for less scientific times when the masses of humanity were less more