Easter

Good Friday sermon: Jesus wept

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John 11 vs. 35 – Jesus wept

  1. “Jesus Wept”, is the shortest verse of the Holy Bible, and it describes the feeling of Jesus when he saw two of his disciples-Martha and Mary weeping over the death of their brother-Lazarus. Several Jews were also gathered weeping and mourning over Lazarus’s death..
  2. Jesus wept and He is still weeping because Christians have abandoned the word for the world.
  3. May His blood cut you off from the world today in Jesus name
  4. Jesus wept on the road to Calvary and He is still weeping because the church He left behind is winning members rather than winning souls.
  5. May the Spirit of God turn you into a soul winner in Jesus name
  6. Jesus wept and He is still weeping because the only message He is hearing from the churches is about money money money and money rather than heaven heaven heaven heaven and heaven
  7. May you become heaven focussed from today in Jesus name
  8. May the god of mammon not rejoice over your soul in Jesus name
  9. Jesus wept and He is still weeping because His followers who call themselves Christians are coming to Him more because of breakthroughs and miracles rather than the salvation of their souls.
  10. May the cares of this world not cause you to miss the road to heaven in Jesus name
  11. Jesus wept
  12. Jesus wept because the messages of sin, holiness, righteousness, and purity has disappeared from the pulpit, replaced by the message of grace, prosperity, and breakthroughs
  13. May your earthly breakthroughs not prevent you from breakthroughs to heaven in Jesus name
  14. In the last day, may your breakthrough to heaven in Jesus name
  15. May sin not blot your name from the book of life in Jesus name
  16. Jesus wept and He is still weeping because Christians have ignored his last commandment to preach the gospel to all the ends of the earth, whereas the last wish of even dead human beings are respected
  17. May the fire of evangelism consume you in Jesus name
  18. Jesus wept and He is still weeping because many Christians are not interested in missionary or evangelical work, instead of collecting souls for the kingdom they are interested only in collecting miracles from Him.
  19. May the fire of revival consumer you in Jesus name
  20. Jesus wept and still weeping because most Christians are not willing to make any sacrifice for the Kingdom, whether in terms of time, energy, service, or money. The harvest is full but the harvesters are few
  21. May you become a harvester of souls in Jesus name
  22. Jesus wept and He is still weeping because He was crucified on the cross over 2000 years ago, many people are still crucifying Him by denying him, disobeying His teachings, forsaking the gospel.
  23. I Pray that you shall not crucify Jesus through your actions in Jesus name
  24. Your old man shall be crucified on the cross today in Jesus name
  25. Jesus wept and He is still weeping because Hell is becoming more and more enlarged as few and fewer people are making heaven.
  26. My prayer is that among the few that will make heaven, your name and my name shall be on the list in Jesus name
  27. Jesus wept and He is still weeping when He remembers the pains of the cross; as hell is winning the battle for souls of men.
  28. May hell not rejoice over you in Jesus name
  29. May demons not rejoice over you in Jesus name
  30. May heaven rejoice over your soul in Jesus name

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Do you want to stop Jesus from weeping?

  • Be an aggressive soul winner
  • Be an unapologetic preacher of the gospel
  • Serve God with your talent, time, energy, and resources

 

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APRIL 14, 2017

 

Good Friday sermon: Jesus as lamb of God

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Leviticus 1 vs 10: ‘a male without blemish’

  1. Jesus is te difference between the old and new testament.
  2.  Without Jesus, there would not have been any difference between Christianity and idolatry
  3. Animal sacrifices are done in idolatry, and sacrifices with animals to God are also done in old testament Christianity.
  4.  Jesus replaced animals used for sacrifices in the old testament.
  5. He was a type of a lamb, and because he was sinless he was and is without blemish.
  6. Jesus was and is the only man that lived that is without blemish.good fridyHe was born in human form but was conceived by the spirit, as such he did not inherit any adamic sin
  7. All progenitors of other religions have blemishes because they were human beings, as such they could not remove once and for all the sins of their adherents
  8. Animal sacrifices is still taking place in other religious because their founder are lamb with blemishes.
  9. There is no more need to give animal sacrifices to God because Jesus as offered the supreme and final sacrifice s a lamb without blemish.
  10.  As we celebrate Easter, what makes this Friday a good day is that a lamb without blemish has paid the price of your salvation
  11. As you accept him today as your saviour and Lord, you shall be saved in Jesus name

Easter messages: lessons from the character of Judas Iscariots

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What lessons can we learn from the betrayal of Jesus by one of his disciples- Judas Iscariot? What does the story of Judas Iscariot tell us?

Read Mathew 26.

By Babatope Babalobi babalobi@yahoo.com +2348035897435

  1. Judas was privileged to be one of the twelve disciples that followed Jesus Christ around. He listened to his teaching and preaching’s, yet he was not converted. He betrayed Jesus without cause. The lesson here is that you can never satisfy the world. You can never satisfy your followers, no matter how good you are, there are some people that will hate you without reason.
  2. The love of money, greed, and covetousness remains the root of all evils. Judas received 30 shekels as a reward of his betrayal. If Judas was not promised a monetary reward, if was unlikely he would have agreed to betray Jesus. Be careful how you make money. Run from every filthy lucre.
  3. Another lesson is that you should expect to have a Judas around you. There is popular saying that there is a Judas among every 12 of your disciples or assistants. Watch out for the Judas in your midst and beware of Judases.
  4. Another lesson from the story of Judas is that your enemy is within your household. Your greatest enemies are within your household, within your offices, businesses, and ministries. Jesus was not betrayed by an outsider, but by one of his personal assistants.
  5. Another lesson is that if you are in the spirit and walking with God, He will always reveal the future to you, He will reveal the plans of your enemies, and the conspiracies against you. Jesus perfectly knew Judas was planning and going to betray him, because this has been revealed to him by the spirit. However, he could not resist it because he had to fulfil his destiny.
  6. Another lessons, is that the kiss of the enemy is poison. Judas kissed Jesus to identify him to the accusers/enemies. When you enemies kiss you, know surely he has poisoned you. Therefore it is better to avoid the kiss of the enemy. Don’t negotiate or become friendly with the enemy in order to avoid an evil kiss.
  7. Another lesson is that you should not be bitter or vengeful against your perceived enemies. Jesus still called Judas my friend, and embraced him, when he came with a band of people with swords. Vengeance belongs to God and leave the battles to God.
  8. The last lesson and the most important lesson is that the wages of sin is death. Judas returned back to the elders, the blood money he took to betray Jesus; and he hanged himself. Evil breeds sorrow and grief, and Judas did not leave to fulfil his destiny
  9. Another lesson is that those planning evil with you will not stand with you when the evil backfires. The elders and fellow conspirators that planned evils with Judas and bribed him with 30 shekels refused to take the money back after he became remorseful. They described the 30 shekels that Judas as blood money and refused to return it into the treasury.
  10. The final lesson is that Judas missed a glorious destiny that awaited him because the lure of money, he missed and sold his glory for 30 shekels of silver. All the other eleven disciples later on went to fulfil destiny and became saints. If Judas had not betrayed Judas, perhaps we could have a church named ‘Saint Judas Church’, later on such as we have churches named after Saint Paul, Saint John, and the others.

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Easter messages: Bible verses on second coming of Jesus Christ

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What does the Bible say about the second coming of Jesus Christ. Below is a commentary of Mathew 24 vs 8 that talks about signs to look out for the second coming of the Lord Jesuseaster sermons

1. Sorrows, tribulations, natural disasters, and false religions are signs of the beginning of the end of the world.
2. As clearly stated in the Bible, these occurrences does not mean the end will come now.
3. The major sign that the world will soon end is the spread of the gospel to all nations as stated in Mathew 24 vs 14.
4. Since there are several nations that are yet to hear of the gospel now, it is assumed that the end may not come now.
5. As soon as Christians take up the work of Evangelism and spread the gospel to all nations using all tools, then Christ will come
6. But no man or angel knows the exact time, as Jesus will come like a thief in the night.
7. What are you doing to spread the gospel to all nations?
8. Do the work of an evangelist today

 

Bible on walking with God: How do I walk with God?

There are very few people recorded as having Walked with God in the Bible.  How do we walk with God, and how did Enoch walked with God? Genesis 5 vs. 22 – And Enoch walked with God after he begat Methuselah three hundred years, and begat sons and daughters Genesis 6 vs.9 …

Easter sermons: What does Easter really signify?

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Another Easter is around the coming, and this is the time to remind ourselves not only about the death and Resurrection of Jesus Christ, but his imminent second coming whose signs are stated in the Holy Bible.eater messages

Read Mathew 24

  1. There shall be false announcements of the second coming of the Lord (vs4)
  2. Rumors of wars and actual wars as it is happening now within and between nations (vs6)
  3. Climate change, famine, earthquakes, and droughts all over the world  (vs6)
  4. Persecution of believers as it is happening especially in the Middle East (vs9)
  5. Rise of false prophets and false religions (vs 11)
  6. Wide spread and popularity of sins (vs 12)
  7. Wickedness, selfishness, greed, and man’s inhumanity to man (vs 12)

 

Online sermon on heaven: How to make heaven and escape hell?

What are the criteria to make heaven? How do I make heaven?   Psalm 24:3 Who may ascend into the hill of the Lord? Or who may stand in His holy place? 4 He who has clean hands and a pure heart 1. To key criteria of making heaven- a clean hand and …

Easter sermon: the cross of Calvary

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Jesus on crossJohn 19 vs 16 -19:

Then delivered he him therefore unto them to be crucified. And they took Jesus, and led him away.

17 And he bearing his cross went forth into a place called the place of a skull, which is called in the Hebrew Golgotha: 18 Where they crucified him, and two other with him, on either side one, and Jesus in the midst.

19 And Pilate wrote a title, and put it on the cross. And the writing was JESUS OF NAZARETH THE KING OF THE JEWS

What are you passing that is weighing down. There is no sufferings that you are passing through that Jesus Christ had not experienced. So he knows your infirmities and has a feeling of what you are experiencing. 

God that gave Jesus the strength to overcome these troubles and fulfill his mission will also help you to overcome the storms of life.

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The cross of Jesus Christ

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Jesus Christ went through several tortures on the way to the cross.

He was slapped 

In John 18 vs. 22: 22 

And when he had thus spoken, one of the officers which stood by struck Jesus with the palm of his hand, saying, Answerest thou the high priest so.

A crown of thorns was placed on his head

John 19 vs. 2: 2 And the soldiers platted a crown of thorns, and put it on his head, and they put on him a purple robe.

He was mocked 

John 19 vs. 3:  And said, Hail, King of the Jews! and they smote him with their hands.

 

 What are you passing that is weighing down. There is no sufferings that you are passing through that Jesus Christ had not experienced.

So he knows your infirmities and has a feeling of what you are experiencing. 

God that gave Jesus the strength to overcome these troubles and fulfill his mission will also help you to overcome the storms of life.

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Easter messages- Cross of Jesus Christ

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John 19 vs. 17-18:  17 And he bearing his cross went forth into a place called the place of a skull, which is called in the Hebrew Golgotha: 18 Where they crucified him, and two other with him, on either side one, and Jesus in the midst.

After he was beaten, scourged, slapped and forced to wear a crown of thorns, Jesus was forced to carry the Cross and he was so much burdened by this that at a stage hCrosse could no longer carry it and some one else had to assist him.

CrossThe cross is the symbol of salvation. Jesus was assisted by a passer by to carry the cross Calvary. Even today, workers are still needed in the vineyard to spread the good news to all the ends of the earth. Cross

Are you willing to make yourself available to carry the cross of Jesus?

                                   

Bible Story on Betrayal of Judas Iscariot

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                                                                                                Judas Iscariot

                                                         

At times like this when we are remembering the cruxification of Jesus Christ on the cross, it is good to remind ourselves of the sufferings, agonies, torture, pain and humiliation he went through to fulfill this ministry.

 

John 18 vs. 3: 1 When Jesus had spoken these words, he went forth with his disciples over the brook Cedron, where was a garden, into the which he entered, and his disciples.

2 And Judas also, which betrayed him, knew the place: for Jesus ofttimes resorted thither with his disciples. 3 Judas then, having received a band of men and officers from the chief priests and Pharisees, cometh thither with lanterns and torches and weapons

 

Jesus Christ suffered emotional wreckage on the way to the cross because he was betrayed by his close aid and friend-Judas Iscariot. A man he had dined and wined with and trusted so much that he was given charge of keeping the purse.

 

If you have been betrayed by some you trusted or a person close to you, then you should also have the forgiving spirit of Jesus, who still called Judas a friend when he came to give him away with a kiss.

 

 

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Crucification of Jesus on the Cross

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John 19 vs 16 -19: Then delivered he him therefore
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17 And he bearing his cross went forth into a place called the place of a skull, which is called in the Hebrew Golgotha: 18 Where they crucified him, and two other with him, on either side
one, and Jesus in the midst

 

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