Search ResultsIntroducing Covenant Laws, Confession, Acrostic Psalms, Jesus' Presence, and Jesus' Death These children's sermon notes by Carolyn Brown draw on Jeremiah 31:31-34, Psalm 51:1-12, 119:9-16, Hebrews 5:5-10, and John 12:20-23 to discuss God's rules, repentance for sin, acrostic poetry, Jesus' presence, and Jesus' life-giving and unifying death. | | Death of Athaliah This image based on 2 Kings 11:15-16 depicts the death of Athaliah after the coronation of Joash as King of Judah. | From Death to Life In this study guide with discussion questions, Samantha Gottlich traces the themes of life and death through Acts 10:34-43; 1 Corinthians 15:19-26; Luke 24:1-12; and Psalm 118:1-2, 14-24. | | Death May Approach "Death may approach, I shall not flee, for daily I have trained to be alive to Christ and dead to sin." This resource introduces the Scottish hymn "Death May Approach," with a recording and lyrics. | The Retreat of Death John Martens writes that death comes for each of us, and no one knew this better than the ancients. But God is not the God of the dead; God is the God of the living.
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See more hymns... John Mark McMillan - ‘Death In His Grave’ John Mark McMillan performs his song "Death in His Grave" about the crucifixion and resurrection of Jesus Christ. A link is provided for a poetic analysis of the lyrics from a songwriting perspective. | | Victory Over Death Gerald Derring points out all the ways in which death pervades our society before reminding us that the Paschal mystery includes Jesus' profound victory over death. | | Death Is Only a Horizon After conducting a funeral for a dear parishioner, Jim Somerville reflects on death in his blog post. Death is only a horizon--the limit of our sight. | | Death and Transformation Richard Rohr on death to self and transformation. | | Worship Resources: God's Deliverance from Imprisonment and Death Worship resources focusing on God's deliverance from death and prison, including call to worship, prayer and a responsive litany. | | Death of the Firstborn As Pharaoh stands in the doorway, physicians and others gather around the bed of his firstborn son | | Death of Athaliah The priest Jehoiada anoints Joash, the rightful Davidic heir, as king and orders Athaliah put to death. She is executed on the right | |