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SERMONS & MEDIA ON ASCENSION

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ASCENSION SERMON OUTLINES

by Jesus Culture Resources

This week, we are going to look at how the power of the Kingdom dramatically transforms the believer's life! The Book of Acts is an amazing story of how God's supernatural power enabled ordinary people to live extraordinary lives...

by Jerry Vines

Jesus came down from heaven. Was born of a virgin. Lived a perfect life. Ministered among the people. Then He went to the cross and there on the cross He died for the sins of the world and for my sins and your sins. For about 40 days, Jesus in His resurrected body, walked upon this earth. At the conclusion of that the Bible tells us that He carried the disciples out to a little village called Bethany on the slopes of the Mount of Olives. From there, the Bible says that...

by Ernest Easley

It is easy to get distracted in life by doing good things. Now there’s nothing wrong with doing good things ... that is ... unless those good things take the place of those best things. When those good things replace those best things .. then it’s those good things that rob us of those...

by Lenny Ports

When we fast and pray, our spirit man comes to the forefront. We become more aware of the presence of God in our lives, and there is an expectation that God is about to do something new! As we consecrate ourselves to the Lord by carving out time in our schedule to purpose to be with Him and we carve away some of the things that are pleasurable to our old carnal nature, we start to feel God moving in us personally to...

by Daniel Rodgers

INTRODUCTION: This evening, we will pick up our study of the book of Acts with (vv. 9-11). You will remember our first lesson last week with Luke's opening statement to Theophilus. He discussed the suffering of Christ, His resurrection and then His instructions to the disciples. They were to wait in Jerusalem until the promise of the Father had been fulfilled. In (vv. 4, 5), it says, And, being assembled together with them, commanded them that they should not...

by Chris Walls

Introduction: The Ascension of Christ into heaven from earth marked the beginning of some very significant things in the life of Christians. Many of them people don't even realize as believers. I am sure as the disciples and others are watching Christ going up into the sky, they did not fully understand what was going on either. It marked the beginning of some new things, but it also marked the end of the some things...

by Stan Coffey

Today I want to talk about ''The Second Coming of Christ,'' as we look in Acts chapter 1. What a time that must have been for those disciples as they stood on the Mount of Olives. Jesus had spent forty days with them after His resurrection from the dead. He had comforted them concerning the future. He had convinced...

by David Cook

The Church of Jesus Christ is in need of revival. The fastest growing religion in our country is Islam. God’s Word and prayer are no longer desired in schools and government. Christian values such as family, prayer, believing the Word of God is now a rarity. God’s people are no longer...

by Dan Hill

I want to begin this very important summer by speaking what I believe to be a prophetic word from God: We desperately need a fresh baptism of the power of heaven on us! I am not just talking about us as a nation although I think you would agree that we as a nation are in the midst of moral catastrophe. I am not even talking primarily about the world although I think you would agree that if something...

by Christmas Evans

These words are part of St. Peter's sermon to the people of Jerusalem, on occasion of the cure of the lame man, at the "Beautiful Gate" of the temple, shortly after the day of Pentecost. This, and the sermon recorded in the preceding chapter, were perhaps the most effective ever delivered on earth. As the fruit of Peter's ministry in these two discourses, about five thousand souls were converted to Christianity...