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Sermons about Easter

You searched for sermons preached on: Easter Day, Cycle A
 
Easter Begins in the Dark  Click here Click title to view sermon John 20: 1–18
Summary:  Easter was born in the dark, and it comes still to the darkest places of our living, to bring us into the wonder of God’s loving light.
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Eyewitness Testimony  Click here Click title to view sermon Acts 10: 34–43
Summary: The first-century eyewitnesses to Jesus’ resurrection did us a great service. They told what they had seen, they stuck to their story, and in many cases, verified what they had said by forfeiting their lives rather than deny the truth. They have provided us with reasonable grounds for our faith in Jesus Christ.
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Not Yet Seeing, Not Yet Understanding  Click here Click title to view sermon John 20: 1–18
John 20: 1–9 for LFM
Summary: When we confront the Resurrection, we encounter the foundation of the Christian faith. We may believe on some level of our being in the Resurrection, but need more faith or deeper understanding. John enables us to approach the Resurrection where we are, so that we can move to where we need to be.
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Why Mary?  Click here Click title to view sermon John 20: 1–18
Summary: Perhaps the best way to experience the full wonder of Easter is to explore the first person ever to see our resurrected Lord. Why was it Mary Magdalene? She found her way to Easter, not by her faith, but by her love.
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Worst News / Best News  Click here Click title to view sermon John 20: 1–18
John 20: 1–9 for LFM
Summary: When confronted with the worst news possible, Mary Magdalene went to the tomb in the darkness of Sunday morning. Not knowing what had happened to Jesus’ body, she reported the disappearance to Peter and another disciple. As events progressed that morning, the worst news became the best news — best for Mary and the disciples, and best for all of us.
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From Fear to Great Joy  Click here Click title to view sermon Matthew 28: 1–10
Summary: Easter morning can be confusing, frightening and disorienting. But it is not a horror show. Instead, it gives us power for life and leads us to a new place.
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