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Sermons on Easter

Below you’ll find a library of Easter 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.
  • Marvin A. McMickle
    (March 2004)
    This Easter message looks at the story of doubting Thomas and challenges us to consider that "The real issue surrounding Easter is not what Thomas did or did not believe; the real issue for today is whether or not you and I believe this same story."
  • Donald Charles Lacy
    (April 2011)
    Are we Good Friday or Easter Christians? Do we see a dying man or the lving Christ? Do we see a shameful cross or an empty tomb? This sermon reminds us that it is "Easter Christianity which is empowered to change the world and not the Good Friday variety."
  • Jimmy Gentry
    (March 2004)
    This sermon highlights the Good News of Easter, and it's news worth telling to fearful hearts living in a world scarred by evil. The tomb? The grave? He's not there, but thank God He's here!
  • Don Aycock
    (April 2003)
    God played chess with the devil. And the pieces were human beings. The devil was ahead until God became one of the pieces. "Check," said the devil at Golgotha. Three days later God replied, "Checkmate!" This Easter message focuses on God's ability to break through any barrier to bring people to himself.
  • John A. Huffman Jr.
    (March 2003)
    Jesus' death and resurrection on that first Easter, enable us to face our sin, suffering, and death with hope and peace.
  • (March 2003)
    Do You Believe? This Easter sermon examines what it means to believe and have our beliefs shape our lives.
  • (March 2003)
    This sermon reminds us of what Easter means: that Jesus, who once lived among us as a man and did saving works among us, is still living among us, still doing those same saving works, wherever God is — and God is everywhere.
  • (March 2003)
    The happy ending of Easter Sunday is meaningless unless we first understand the tragedy of Jesus' crcifixion. This sermon calls us to look beyond the tragedy around us to the One who is greater.
  • Earl C. Davis
    (March 2003)
    The Easter season is a time calling for praise and rejoicing. All nature sings and shouts and waves its praise to the Creator in the boldest, brightest colors it can find. And, as this sermon makes clear, we who are Christians have a special reason to rejoice at Easter.
  • John Piper
    (September 2002)
    This sermon invites us to deepen our understanding and strengthen our faith as we fix our gaze on the resurrection of Jesus as it was described by the prophet Isaiah 700 years before the first Easter. Iin Isaiah 53 we see the content and the confirmation of the resurrection of Christ -- content because the precious meaning of it for our lives is opened to us; and confirmation because it was predicted 700 years before it happened.
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