Matthew

Chapter 28

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Baptism On Monday

Scripture: Matthew 28

Topic: The Church > Baptism

Series: Know That You Know

Baptism on Monday Matthew 28:18-20 Dr. Jim Denison A couple of weeks ago, the Dallas Morning News carried one of the strangest stories I’ve seen in a while. It seems that Beverly Mitchell of Douglasville, Georgia came home from 2½ weeks in Greece to find a stranger living in her house. Beverly Valentine broke in […]

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Come to the Party

Scripture: Matthew 28

Topic: The Church > Baptism

Series: These Things We Believe

Come to the Party Matthew 28:18-20 / 1 Corinthians 11:23-26 Dr. Jim Denison According to tradition, Queen Victoria of England looked out her castle window one morning and saw a beautiful flower blooming. It was early spring and the flower was unusual. Delighting in its beauty, she stationed a palace guard by the flower to […]

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The Angel Sat On The Stone

Scripture: Matthew 28

Topic: Human Experience > Death

Series: Helping People Love Jesus

The Angel Sat on the Stone Matthew 28:1-10 Dr. Jim Denison Murdo MacDonald was a prisoner of war in Germany and chaplain to American soldiers. After the war was over he told how he learned of the Normandy invasion. Early on D-Day, he was awakened and told that a Scotsman in the British prisoner-of-war camp […]

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The Church Is Not a Building

Scripture: Matthew 28

Topic: Occasions > Easter

Series: Understanding the Whys of Easter

Topical Scripture: Matthew 28:1–10 The world watched last week as the historic Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris burned. Two-thirds of the structure was destroyed, though the iconic twin towers were saved. Priceless artifacts were rescued as well. More than $1 billion has been contributed so far to the rebuilding effort. I have been to similar […]

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The First Statue of Liberty

Scripture: Matthew 28

Topic: Occasions > Fourth of July

Series: None

The First Statue of Liberty Matthew 28:18-20 Dr. Jim Denison Once upon a time there was a stonecutter. He lived all alone. Though he had great skills, he was very poor. He lived in a tiny bamboo hut and wore tattered clothing. One day as the stonecutter worked with his hammer and chisel upon a […]

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Why Did Jesus Rise from the Grave?

Scripture: Matthew 28

Topic: Jesus Christ > God

Series: Journey to the Cross

Topic Scripture: 28:1-10 Easter last fell on April Fools’ Day in 1956. We’ve waited sixty-two years to see the irony in their alignment. On this day in 1996, Taco Bell announced it had agreed to purchase Philadelphia’s Liberty Bell and rename it the Taco Liberty Bell. The company boasted, “Taco Bell’s heritage and imagery have […]

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