Sermons on Resurrection

Sermons on Resurrection

Jesus is Irreplaceable - Hebrews 3:7-19

Faith That Defeats Death – Hebrews 11:17-22

We had a Drive-In Worship Service at the Riley Rink parking lot this Sunday. See below for sermon audio only or below that for a video of the Worship Service (most of it was able to be recorded). 1) By faith we believe the promise of resurrection. (Hebrews 11:17-19) 2) By faith we believe the promise of future grace. (Hebrews 11:20-22)
Easter With NBC

04.12.20 Easter Sunday Sermon – Unshakable Hope In a Shakable World: “Why Do You Seek the Living Among the Dead?”

Our Resurrection Sunday sermon fromFacebook Live is at the video below (click on the “play” triangle below). We will see that: 1. Jesus really died.  (23:50-56) 2. Jesus really is alive.  (24:1-12) Believing Christ is risen should: Push us to believe the gospel Cause us to worship Move us to minister Embolden our witnessing Assure us our sins are forgiven Comfort our grieving hearts Make us long for our resurrection bodies Sing to the Lord in your homes! These 4…
Good Friday Evening Devotional Online

Five Ways Jesus’ Work On the Cross Gives Us Hope Today

Our Good Friday devotional is at the video above. Five Ways Jesus’ Work On the Cross Gives Us Hope Today 1) Jesus’ work on the cross brings final forgiveness. (Hebrews 1:3) 2) Jesus’ work on the cross fulfills prophecy. (Hebrews 1:13) 3) Jesus’ work on the cross makes Him the final mediator. (Hebrews 8:1) 4) Jesus’ work on the cross makes Him the final sacrifice. (Hebrews 10:12) 5) Jesus’ work on the cross gives us endurance on our way to…
Good Friday Evening Devotional Online

The Living Hope – Acts 1:1-8 (Robert Brouillard)

Robert Brouillard is doing a formal internship in youth ministry and pastoral ministry with Pastor Tim. Robert is a student at Northeastern Baptist College. In Acts 1:1-8 we see why Jesus did not immediately go back to Heaven after rising from the dead. Why did Jesus stay 40 days after his resurrection? To give proof of being God. To give the promise of the Holy Spirit. To give final instructions.