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Sermons - Resurrection

FileTitleReferenceSpeakerDurationDateTagsDescription
They Speak of Me John 5:24-47 Pastor Brian Nevins 00:45:09 2015-05-10 AuthorityBiblical AuthorityChronological Life of JesusResurrection Chronological Life of Jesus - 56 - Jesus has all authority to judge the world between good and evil and will one day do so with all finality. Yet this judge came as Savior - and all of Scripture testifies to that. Do you read Scripture to oppose, defend, condemn, or do you read it to see what God reveals about Himself?
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?
Even Now John 11:1-27 Pastor Brian Nevins 00:34:52 2016-07-31 FaithChronological Life of JesusWorry / AnxietyResurrectionSufficiency in Christ Chronological Life of Jesus 112 - How often have we taken it upon ourselves to instruct God in what He should do instead of realizing what He has done? In moments of grief, confusion, loss, we have all said at one time or another, "Lord, if you had been here..." In the first part of the narrative of Lazarus is a moment of despair quickly followed by a realization of faith.
If Jesus Had Not Risen 1 Corinthians 15:1-20 Pastor Brian Nevins 00:43:04 2017-04-16 GospelResurrection We are familiar with the account of the Resurrection at some level. But is there understanding of what it means if Jesus had not risen. How would it affect our faith, our life, and our eternity?
Worshipping the Living Jesus John 20:1-18 Pastor Brian Nevins 00:48:31 2017-06-18 GospelSalvationWorshipChronological Life of JesusResurrection Chronological Life of Jesus - 151 - (with reference to Matthew 28:1-15; Mark 16:1-11; Luke 24:1-12) What do you seek? Whom do you seek? These are the questions Jesus asked Mary Magdalene after He was raised from the dead. They are valid questions today. If it is not the risen Jesus you will never be satisfied
Faith in the Risen Christ John 20:19-32 Pastor Brian Nevins 00:55:39 2017-07-02 SalvationEvangelismGod the Holy SpiritFaithSabbathResting in the LordChronological Life of JesusResurrection Chronological Life of Jesus - 153 (with reference to Mark 16:14-18; Luke 24:36-48). The result of Jesus' work on the cross is salvation for all who receive it. For the first time in thier lives, after being with Jesus for 3 years, are finally at peace with God. It is no surprise that peace is the first message that Jesus brings them from the empty tomb.

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