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Sermons - Death

FileTitleReferenceSpeakerDurationDateTagsDescription
Defeating Death Luke 7:11-15 Pastor Brian Nevins 00:39:41 2015-02-01 Chronological Life of JesusMercyDeathMiracles Chronological Life of Jesus - 44 (Also John 4:46-54) Are you afraid of death? There is only one way to defeat that fear - to understand what the Author of Life and Defeater of Death has to say about it.
A Defeated Enemy 1 Corinthians 15 Pastor Brian Nevins 00:52:24 2016-03-27 EasterDeathResurrection We can never forget that death is an enemy, but nor can we forget that it is a defeated enemy.The good news of the Gospel is not complete if it stops at the cross. It is the Resurrection that provides proof of Jesus' promise that the cross means something. How then shall we live in light of this great news?
The Danger of Softening God’s Word Luke 16:14-31 Pastor Brian Nevins 00:50:48 2016-05-01 ObedienceRepentanceChronological Life of JesusDeathMiraclesHell Chronological Life of Jesus 101 - What we place so much value in here on earth, God views as displacing Him as the primary object of our love and focus. It is an offense to Him. Jesus gives the account of the rich man and Lazarus to expose the greed of the religious leaders and the danger of picking and choosing what we want out of the Word of God.
Jesus Wept John 11:23-57 Pastor Brian Nevins 00:44:26 2016-08-07 FaithChronological Life of JesusDeathMiracles Chronological Life of Jesus 113 - Unfortunately even the most fantastic of miracles will not lead all to acknowledge their need for Jesus. God has been saddened by the effects of sin and death since the Garden. As this beloved account of Lazarus' restoration shows, Jesus is and always be the dividing point of humanity.
Waiting for the Rapture 1 Thessalonians 4:13-18 Pastor Brian Nevins 00:43:32 2018-09-09 End TimesDeathChronological Study-Early ChurchRapture 042 - Chronological Study of the Early Church - The Apostle Paul took great care to preach not only the death and resurrection of Jesus, but also His imminent return. Just as the early church did, we are to wait in expectation for that glorious event with hope that keeps us holy. And according to instruction, these are words with which we are to comfort one another.

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