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The Significance of Jesus Post-Resurrection Appearances

Good morning, Lakeview family. Last week we celebrated Easter. We fully acknowledge the resurrection of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ from the tomb. Today we will be observing the significance of Jesus’ post-resurrection appearances as recorded in John 20:30-21:7. In this sermon, we will explore the power of forgiveness. We will specifically look at the relationship between Jesus and Peter. The Gospel of John was written by the apostle John, one of the twelve apostles of Jesus. This gospel…

Risen Indeed!

This is the first sermon in the series, “This is Love!” Of all the words ever spoken, none have echoed through the ages and changed the course of history as the words spoken by an angel at an empty grave: “He is not here. He is risen!” In Baptist churches, on Sunday morning, we celebrate the birth, life, death, and resurrection of Jesus Christ. However, on this day, Easter 2024, we focus on the resurrection of Jesus from the dead.…

“I Wasn’t There!

The Apostle Paul had much to say about Faith: 2 Corinthians 4:18   While we look not at the things which are seen, but at the things which are not seen: for the things which are seen [are] temporal; but the things which are not seen [are] eternal. The purpose of the Book of Hebrews is to keep believers from lapsing into apostasy or returning to Judaism. The writer spends a great deal of time on the subject of faith.

Come And See: “Lazarus, Come Forth!”

The events surrounding the death, burial, and resurrection of Lazarus is found in the eleventh chapter of the Gospel of John. This is an important chapter for today’s believers.

Come And See the Missionary Calling

John the Baptist’s ministry was growing. People were traveling great distances to hear this rabbi speak. Listeners turned into disciples and disciples turned into followers. The message of John the Baptist was simple but difficult as his sermons stressed repentance. His message was to prepare those hearers in preparing for the Messiah. John and his disciples were together one day when suddenly John declares, “Behold the Lamb of God!”

Come & See the Works of God

For the next few weeks leading up to Easter, we will begin a new sermon series titled, “Come and See.” The sermon series is topical, however, each sermon will be exegetical. This first sermon in the series is a wonderful segway from the “worship” series we just completed to this series on proclamation. The text for today is a psalm of thanksgiving. The author is thankful for God answering prayer.

Life In the Spirit!

In our passage today, we find that the Apostle Paul is giving us a math problem to the Roman believers. To solve the problem, one of two responses are given. Both are correct, but with drastically different results. Today’s sermon centers on two questions: “Where do your loyalties rest?” and “Who have you given control to: the flesh or the Spirit?”

Sing Praise!

February 18, 2024 In both Psalms, we see the writer praising God’s unwavering, resolute, and dedicated love. Hal David and Burt Bacharach wrote a song and Jackie DeShannon made it famous in 1965. “What the World Needs Now” and you would echo with “is love, sweet love. That’s the only thing that there is just too little of.” As the cowardly lion in the Wizard of Oz would say “Ain’t it the truth; ain’t it the truth.” The world is…

No More Strangers and Foreigners

February 11, 2024 Number five (5) in the Sermon Series: “Worship.” Every time we share the Lord’s Supper together, we celebrate the cup and the bread in remembrance of what Jesus Christ did for us. What are we to remember Him for, you might ask? I think we all have our own ideas, but the Apostle Paul set the record straight in our passage today: Ephesians 2:11-22.

The Graveyard Shift

A Song of Degrees/Ascents/Pilgrimage/Elevation Fifteen psalms, Psalm 120-134, are grouped together under the sub- heading of “Song of Degrees.” Even though they are titled together, they are diverse in nature. Some are individual psalms while others are corporate. Some are psalms of Thanksgiving or celebration.