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SERMONS & MEDIA ON MARY MAGDALENE

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MARY MAGDALENE SERMON OUTLINES

by Ken Trivette

Perhaps there is no New Testament personality that has been any more misrepresented than ''Mary called Magdalene.'' She has often been identified as the sinful woman who knelt and kissed the feet of Jesus in Luke 7:36-50. This association has led to the belief that in her past she was a prostitute. However, the first appearance of Mary in Luke 8:2 does not associate her with the previous chapter...

by Jerry Vines

These verses give us the essentials of the Gospel, the good news, which brings the God of heaven all the way down from heaven into our hearts. These are the verses which explain to us just exactly what the good news, the Gospel, is all about. There are four essential ingredients to the Gospel. Christ died for our sins. He was buried. He arose again the third day. He was seen. I can well imagine after the resurrection of the Lord Jesus Christ that the disciples were gathering and on...

by Stan Coffey

I. The Claim of this Belief A. Opus Dei 1. A secret church society of the Roman Catholic Church 2. The society seeks to cover up that Jesus was married B. The Argument For Jesus' Marriage 1. That it was un-Jewish to be unmarried (p.245) 2. According to the Gnostic texts, Jesus kissed Mary on the mouth. 3. The apostles were jealous of this special relationship. C. The Argument Against Jesus' Marriage 1. No explicit evidence recorded in any document 2. Majority of scholars agree that Jesus was single. 3. If Jesus were married, it would have been easy for the gospel writers to tell us ...

by Frank Damazio

Introduction: Luke 8 describes the way Jesus traveled from town to town, bringing with Him disciples and attracting the sick and oppressed. One of those persons who followed Jesus was Mary Magdalene. Mary was a woman who was shown great mercy by Christ. Her condition before Christ entered the world was very similar to every person who lives without Christ. She...

by M. Jolaine Szymkowiak

Ah, It's Easter Sunday. A joyous occasion, a season of renewal, a time of extreme worship. Sanctuaries filled with lots of beautiful flowers: lilies, tulips, hyacinths and sometimes balloons. The children, especially the little girls, are showing off their new clothes. There is a sense of excitement, and expectancy that ripples through the congregation. Families will meet for a holiday...

by Adrian Rogers

Take God's Word now and look at it, Psalm one hundred and twenty-eight. Now just keep that in mind and let me tell you that when Mary Magdalene came to the empty tomb that Easter morning, she saw someone. It was the Lord Jesus. And she didn't know it was Jesus, at first she thought perhaps it was the gardener. And then He spoke to her, she recognized…

by Charles H. Spurgeon

Mary Magdalene, out of whom he had cast seven devils. Experimental preaching, when truthful, is almost always profitable. As the spouse of old desired to see the footsteps of the flock, so souls in distress are always happy to observe the proofs that others have trodden that same pathway heretofore. It may be, and I trust it shall be, that while we are speaking upon the life of...

by Curt Dodd

Early on the first day of the week, while it was still dark, Mary Magdalene went to the tomb and saw that the stone had been removed from the entrance. So she came running to Simon Peter and the other disciple, the one Jesus loved, and said, ''They have taken the Lord out of the tomb, and we don't know where they have put him!'' So Peter and the other disciple started for the tomb...

by Tony Nester

Had you been near the tomb of Jesus on the first Easter morning one of the sounds you could have heard was the sound of a woman crying. Her name was Mary Magdalene - and she was wrenched by sorrow. She was crying the cry of grief. Jesus, her Lord, had died the previous Friday afternoon. He had died in shame and agony on a cross outside the...

by Jonathan McLeod

Sixty-four-year-old Herzlinde Eissler had been admitted to a hospital in Austria with stomach pains. Several days later she left the hospital and was shocked when she discovered why her family had not visited her during her stay. The hospital had made a mistake and told her family that she had died. Her son Leopold said...