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Death Won’t Have the Last Laugh (1 Corinthians 15:54–58)

Miscellaneous Sermons 2021
Miscellaneous Sermons 2021
Death Won’t Have the Last Laugh (1 Corinthians 15:54–58)
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In this sermon, preached Sunday morning, 1 August 2021, Karabo Msiza, pastor-teacher of Central Baptist Church, speaks from 1 Corinthians 15:54–58 as he highlights the comforting truth that death will not have the final word.

This sermon forms a part of a series of once-off sermons, preached during the 2021 calendar year, by various elders and members of Central Baptist Church.

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The Importance of the Resurrection (1 Corinthians 15:1–9)

Easter Weekend Services
Easter Weekend Services
The Importance of the Resurrection (1 Corinthians 15:1–9)
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In this sermon, preached Easter Sunday morning, 12 April 2020, Karabo Msiza, pastor-teacher of Central Baptist Church, speaks from 1 Corinthians 15:1–9 on the significance of the resurrection of Jesus Christ.

This sermon forms part of Easter weekend sermons, preached by Pastor Karabo, over the 2020 Easter weekend.

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Hope for Sinners Through Resurrection (Mark 16:7)

Easter Weekend Services
Easter Weekend Services
Hope for Sinners Through Resurrection (Mark 16:7)
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In this sermon, preached Sunday morning, 21 April 2019, Karabo Msiza, pastor-teacher of Central Baptist Church, speaks from Mark 16:7 as he addresses the very real hope that exists for believers in and through the resurrection.

This sermon is one of the sermons preached by over the annual Easter weekend in the 2019 calendar year.

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I Am the Resurrection and the Life (John 11:17–37)

Unveiling Jesus: An Exposition of the I AM Sayings
Unveiling Jesus: An Exposition of the I AM Sayings
I Am the Resurrection and the Life (John 11:17–37)
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In this sermon, preached Sunday morning, 7 October 2018, Karabo Msiza, pastor-teacher of Central Baptist Church, speaks from John 11:17–37 as he addresses what Jesus revealed when he identified himself as the Resurrection and the Life.

This sermon forms part of Pastor Karabo’s exposition of the I AM sayings of Jesus in John, whereby Jesus revealed to his listeners something about his character.

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The Emmaus Experience (Luke 24:13–32)

Miscellaneous Sermons 2018
Miscellaneous Sermons 2018
The Emmaus Experience (Luke 24:13–32)
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In this sermon, preached Sunday morning, 12 August 2018, David Nyoni, a member of and elder at Central Baptist Church, speaks from Luke 24:13–32 as he addresses the post-resurrection experience of the disciples on the road to Emmaus.

This sermon forms part of a series of once-off sermons preached by elders and members of Central Baptist Church during the 2018 calendar year.

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The Resurrection of Christ (Mark 16:1–20)

Easter Weekend Services
Easter Weekend Services
The Resurrection of Christ (Mark 16:1–20)
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In this sermon, preached Easter Sunday (1 April) 2018, Karabo Msiza, pastor-teacher at Central Baptist Church in Rustenburg, speaks from Mark 16:1–20 as he talks about the resurrection and the hope that it offers to us.

This sermon forms the first of a two-part series of sermons preached by Pastor Karabo over the 2018 Easter weekend, in which he considered the death and resurrection of Christ and what it means for us.

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