Sermons on Easter
Revelation 5 Jesus, who is called the “Lion of Judah” in the book of Revelation, was also called the “Lamb that was slain.” Pastor Rod Bunton explains the history and significance of that name and its importance to Resurrection Sunday.
Luke 16:19-31 A parable told by Jesus gives us a glimpse into the unknown, showing us what happens when we die. Pastor Rod Bunton explores this passage from Luke which compares the fates of two men who have different eternal destinations.
1 Corinthians 15:12-19 If there is no resurrection from the dead, then even Christ was not resurrected after his crucifixion. Pastor Rod Bunton teaches that our faith is useless and our hope for heaven is in vain if Christ wasn’t resurrected from death.
Mark 16:1-11, 1 Corinthians 15:1-4, 15-20 ~ The death of Jesus on the cross was an amazing sacrifice that paid the debt for sinners in the past, in the present, and in the future and yet, without the resurrection that followed, it would have accomplished nothing. Pastor Rod Bunton explains this critical part of the gospel and why we can trust that it really happened.
John 11:25 – When Jesus heard that his friend Lazarus was gravely ill, He delayed coming to visit him before Lazarus died. Pastor Rod Bunton uses this Resurrection Day sermon to highlight the glorious reason for this delay.
Matthew 27:62-28:10 – When Jesus’ tomb was sealed and guarded, some hoped that it would prevent the resurrection but, instead, it helped to prove it. Pastor Rod Bunton reviews many reasons why we can have faith in the resurrection event.
Following a special presentation by the Grace Church choir, Pastor Rod Bunton answers the question that most people think they know the answer to.
John 19-20 ~ Pastor Rod Bunton teaches about the miraculous event that changed the lives of those who discovered it and millions since then.
Easter Sunday 2010