Sermons on Jesus (Page 11)
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Luke 19:1-10. In the story of Zacchaeus we see that Jesus came to seek and to save what was lost. He calls us to the same mission.
Luke 4. Pastor Bryan Wilkerson (Grace Chapel) shares about the upcoming ministry year on Vision Sunday. This first message from the “Rediscovering Jesus” series reminds us that as the most provocative person in history, Jesus cannot, will not, and must not be ignored.
John 14. Pastor Dale’s farewell sermon encourages us to see the world for what it is in all it’s brokenness, but also to live into the realities of the cross, pentecost and heaven which can change the world now and prepare us for the world to come.
As Christ’s Church continues exploring a strategic partnership with Grace Chapel, we’re excited to present the “More” series from Pastor Bryan Wilkerson and the Grace Chapel Teaching Team. This week we learn that the Holy Spirit moves in power wherever there is an unashamed commitment to the gospel of Jesus Christ. This message was part of Grace’s One Church Sunday gathering at the Tsongas arena in Lowell, MA on May 17th, 2015). *Sermon starts at approximately 51 min. into the…
Luke 19. *A guest missionary shares about their work with unreached people groups and gives a powerful message for all believers about God’s heart to seek and save the lost. *Please note that for security reasons this recording has been edited, leaving out names and locations of individuals where this missionary family will be serving.
John 3. Dale Kuehne shows the importance of making the truths of the Apostle’s Creed personal, not simply a recitation of basic Christian doctrine.
Luke 15. Guest speaker Richard Blankenship digs into the parables that show the great lengths God goes to to redeem His lost children.
Pastor Dale’s Easter message wraps up our series on the Lord’s Prayer, highlighting the fact that our prayer to be delivered from evil is answered in Jesus’ victory at the resurrection.
Mathew 13. Dale Kuehne explores Jesus’ parables about the kingdom of God and what it looks like for us to truly pray and live in response to the phrase “Your kingdom come.” Each week this sermon series includes the display of banners based on the Lord’s Prayer, painted by Dr. Kuehne’s daughter Leah. You can see each week’s banner on this post or see the whole collection by clicking here.
On January 11th, 2015, Christ’s Church had the opportunity to watch a pre-recorded sermon from Kyle Idleman, preaching pastor at Southeast Christian in Kentucky. We do not have permission to post the video or audio here. You can listen to or watch this message by visiting the following link https://www.southeastchristian.org/sermons/grace-greater-than/grace-mistakes/ This message is copyright 2014 Southeast Christian Church. Christ’s Church of Amherst makes no claims of ownership of this material found at this link.
Matthew 2 and Isaiah 49. Dr. Kuehne contrasts the sense of entitlement in our culture with the fact that God does not owe us anything. Yet in His grace, we see that He gave the gift of His Son not only to His people Israel, but to all the nations. We must continue to share that gift with others.
Luke 2, 14, 17, 19. Guest speaker Vicki Kardos speaks about Jesus’ acts of compassion and mercy towards the poor, unclean, “sinners” and socially outcast. As followers of Jesus we are called to the same mission and must beware of neglecting or shutting people out because of our judgements and lack of compassion.