The Last Seven Words on the Cross and
Other Lenten Sermons

(Download Collection)

By Eric Ritz, a great illustrator. Eleven sermons. $8.50.
         
          Sermons and Scriptures:

WHERE THE BREAD LOAF IS NOT A STONE-- Matthew 7:7-12 Exodus 16:1-12
The First Word Is - GIVE ME YOUR SINS!-- Luke 23:33-34 Romans 5:6-8
TWO CONVERSATIONS WITH JESUS-- Luke 23:32-43
The Third Word From The Cross WHEN IT IS TOUGH TO FOLLOW JESUS-- John 19:25-27
THE DAY JESUS ASKED THE QUESTION-- Matthew 27:45-46
The Fifth Word from the Cross: "I THIRST" -- John 19:28-29
The Sixth Word From the Cross: LOVE'S REDEEMING WORK IS DONE--John 19:30
BROKEN-NESS AND BREAD-- II Corinthians 5:16-21 John 6:25-34
The Seventh Word from the Cross: SEALED WITH A PRAYER-- Luke 23:44-46
WHAT IS YOUR RESPONSE TO THE RESURRECTION?-- Mark 16:1-8
DEALING WITH THE "F" WORDS OF LIFE-- John 21:1-14
HALF-TIME IS NOW OVER
-- Luke 24:13-35

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This collection is available for download in the following formats: In Rich Text Format, Ascii Text and Ascii Text for Mac (See text format descriptions, instructions , and corresponding links for download below).
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  • Ascii Text (*.exe)   For the few Windows users who cannot use Rich Text Format. Ascii Text does not retain formatting such as centering or bold, but is compatible with nearly all Windows based text editor and word processing softwares.
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    Click here to download in Ascii Text. You will be taken to shopping carts on our new site. After you have added the download product to your shopping cart and filled in the information, a Proceed to Download button appears. When YApprove has changed to Approve and a number appears, click on the Proceed to Download button . Next, on the Download page, when you see "YApprove", an order number and a product code, press the Download button. If web traffic is light, you may be taken to this last stage automatically.

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    Click here to download in Ascii Text for Mac. You will be taken to shopping carts on our new site. After you have added the download product to your shopping cart and filled in the information, a Proceed to Download button appears. When YApprove has changed to Approve and a number appears, click on the Proceed to Download button . Next, on the Download page, when you see "YApprove", an order number and a product code, press the Download button. If web traffic is light, you may be taken to this last stage automatically.



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  6. Summary
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    • Click on Unzip
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