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Sermons on Death

Below you’ll find a library of Death sermons. All of the sermons on represent some of the best preaching in the world today. We pray you’ll find these to be a helpful resource in your own preaching and teaching.
  • Daniel T. Hans
    (February 2008)
    (Note: This message was originally preached as part of an annual county-wide memorial service for families of traffic fatalities.)
  • Gary Yates
    (August 2007)
    There are some events so large that we always remember where we were when we first heard the news—the Kennedy and King assassinations, the Reagan shooting, the Challenger explosion, those planes crashing into the buildings, and the initial reports of Hurricane Katrina. Eight years ago this week, I was driving home from my grandfather’s funeral when...
  • Jimmy Gentry
    (April 2007)
    Luke 23:44-49 In George Seaton’s 1956 film, The Proud and the Profane, the steps of a young nurse are traced to
  • Daniel T. Hans
    (February 2007)
    Jeremiah 29:11 (Note: This message was originally preached as part of an annual county-wide memorial service for families of traffic fatalities.) Grief is an experience common to all of us. We all lose someone we love at sometime. The difference lies in the names and circumstances of our losse
  • George R. Cannon, Jr.
    (September 2009)
    As I get older, I have come to the conclusion that there is a relationship between the maturity of my faith and how I handle suffering.
  • Allen F. Harrod
    (January 2005)
    Job 19:25-27 Paul Azinger was a popular professional golfer a few years back that had just won the PGA championship and had ten tournament victories to his credit. Then, at the age of 33 he was diagnosed with cancer. He recorded his feelings about the experience, "A genuine feeling of fear cam
  • John A. Huffman Jr.
    (April 2004)
    1 Peter 2:24
  • Jim Henry
    (October 2003)
    I'll Hold You Again in Heaven 2 Samuel 12:15-23 Of all deaths, that of a child is most unnatural and hardest to bear. We expect the old to die. While that kind of separation is always difficult, it comes as no surprise. But the death of a young child or a yout
  • Kathleen Peterson
    (May 2003)
    Good Grief Isaiah 43:1-5; Revelation 7:16-17; John 11:28-36 I'll never forget the night my grandfather died. He'd become so ill, they had to take him to a nursing home. They actually didn't have to, I found out much later. They'd taken him to the hospital,
  • Wayne Brouwer
    (March 2001)
    Before the first Easter, Jesus' disciples had known death only as the end of the line. Jesus shows them a new way of looking at death. No longer a stone wall, a barrier, a termination. No, says Jesus, it's only the passage through customs and immigration, before the next train pulls out of the station.
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