Sermons on Palm Sunday - Pentecost
Text: John 21:1–19 Main Idea: A Christian’s sin and failure moves the heart of Christ to mercy and compassion not instant wrath and anger.
Text: John 13:21-35 Main Idea: Jesus’ love command shows us the source of our love is not the worthiness of our brother or sister in Christ but the perfect example of Jesus Christ and the power of the Holy Spirit.
Text: Matthew 21:1-19 Main Point: Jesus is not only the promised Messianic King, he is the authoritative judge of his people.
Text: Matthew 28:1-7 Some people will never be persuaded that Jesus Christ is both fully man and fully God who can provide forgiveness of sins and give new life to the sinner unless they see convincing proof that that is possible. What kind of convincing proof is needed? Easter teaches us that when it comes to proof, the empty tomb of Jesus is enough. Read all about it in Matthew 28:1-7.
Text: Phil. 3:8-11 Jesus’ resurrection is more than a miracle to inspire hope for the future … it is the power of God for all of life! It is the power of God for …
Text: Acts 1:1-5; 2:1-4 Pentecost is a 2nd first fruits celebration. The Spirit was given on Pentecost and is the first fruits of our salvation … Romans 8:23
Text: Luke 24:50-53 / Acts 1:1-11 Jesus’ ascension to the Father is a vital aspect of our salvation. Its importance is seen in …
Text: Luke 23:50 – 24:12 Belief in Jesus’ birth, life, miracles, death and resurrection takes faith. But it is a rational faith because it is based on historical facts, accurately and truthfully passed on to us by Luke and other writers of Scripture. In Luke’s account we see …
Text: Psalm 22 Historic places, objects or memorials speak volumes without saying a word. But one object speaks more powerfully than all others … the cross of Jesus Christ. It started speaking in Psalm 22, and still speaks today. What does it say?
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