Best Easter Sermons

This collection of Easter sermons contains teaching for all of Easter Week including Good Friday. Every pastor and teacher needs Bible messages for this, the most significant of all Sundays in the church year. These sermons are the best of the best, not to be missed!

  • I Thirst: Understand Jesus' Suffering on the Cross

    It was a Red Letter Day. Bloody, beaten, and nailed to a cross, a dying Jesus looked at those around Him and spoke His final words as a man. What did he say? Join us as we relive Jesus' final hours, and celebrate His ultimate victory on this Red Letter Day. Used by permission.
  • Easter: Why Is Christianity Unique?

    All religions: Hinduism, Islam, New Age, Mormonism, Scientology-have some truth and beauty but are not the same. Christianity is far different because a holy, mighty God freely gives the gift of salvation apart from our works. Find out how this unconditional love can change your life.  Preached at Used by permission. 
  • How the Bible Proves the Resurrection!

    Did Christ rise from the dead? How do we really know? Many scholars refute the resurrection because they say the gospels were written much later in time. So where in the Bible do we have historical proof? Learn the truth from Paul! Preached at Northpointe Church. Used by permission.
  • The Greatest Story Forever Told

    All the best stories have it. The right setting. The climactic action. The memorable characters. And the greatest story forever told is no exception. Steven Furtick surveys the panorama of Scripture from Genesis to Revelation, connecting the dots of a plot woven together since the dawn of time. The story centers around one perfect character and one ...more
  • Satan's Fall, Christ's Victory and Our Retaliation

    Expect evil, hate evil, endure evil for God's purposes. Pray for escape from evil. Give thanks for its refining effects, overcome evil with good. Remember that God is in control and He is righteous and just. He can use evil for His glory. God is always for you. By John Piper. ©2013 Desiring God Foundation. Website: Used by ...more
  • No More Nails!

    When Jesus paid the ultimate price on the cross to extend mercy, He never intended for us to keep it to ourselves. Discover the freedom found in forgiveness and the greater story your scars can tell. Sometimes the strength for your next season comes from the pain of your past. For the Seven Mile Series, go to  To purchase ...more
  • The Resurrection? Prove It to Me!

    The idea of a resurrection demands our faith and absolute surrender. If Christ did not rise, there is no hope. There is no meaning apart from God. Because of what Jesus has done, there is an answer for every ache. Learn why Jesus' resurrection changes everything. Preached at Fresh Life Church. Used by permission. 
  • Thank God It's Friday

    The Easter season reminds us of the greatest gift God bestowed upon mankind, the hope for everlasting life through Christ. Jesus' death on the cross and resurrection from the tomb should provoke each of us to whisper "thank you" to God. Thank you for sacrificing your only son to pay for our sins. Thank you for giving us a death on Friday, that ...more
  • Judas Iscariot, The Suicide of Satan and the Salvation of the World

    History's most spectacular sin was the murder of Jesus. Satan's power in Judas' sinful passions, Satan's role in His own destruction, God's role in the murder of His Son and the hand and plan of God are discussed. The Gospel of God was at work in Jesus' death and resurrection. By John Piper. ©2013 Desiring God Foundation. Website:
  • Risen Jesus: Ruling and Reigning

    The resurrection of Jesus provides us with complete victory in life. He conquered death for us, He rules the universe and He places Satan underneath His feet. We don't have to be afraid of death, because His sacrifice on the cross gives us assurance of a heavenly home with Him.
  • Easter: The Jesus No One Talks About

    We completely underestimate the power of Jesus. What often happens when you hear the name “Jesus”? Is He namby-pamby or the God of the Universe? Pastor Francis Chan takes a tour through every chapter of Matthew to reveal the all-powerful, confrontive Christ who called men to fearlessly follow.
  • I am the Resurrection and the Life

    To the dead man, Jesus was life. To the prostitute, He was a second chance. To the searching, He was the long-awaited answer. Who is Jesus to you? Discover what it means when He says, "I Am Jesus." From Lifechurch/tv/open. All rights reserved. View the sermon full screen HERE.
  • Christ: The Atoning Scapegoat

    When Jesus was led out of Jerusalem by gentile Roman soldiers with a red ring and strips down his head... John is saying, the atoning scapegoat has left for good! When Jesus was nailed to a cross and raised up... that was the last flag needed in declaring God.
  • The Resurrection: So What?

    What are the implications of the resurrection for our lives? How will the Good News of Jesus impact the way you live?
  • Meditating on the Cross Will Change Your Life!

    The invitation of God is to wait on cross with Jesus. It is hopeful, courageous, confident way of being. Standing in the world erect, facing the reality that surrounds us. With all our hearts – remain in relationship, in communion, waiting, listening, open before God. Distractions serve to numb the pain of waiting, of despair and lack of faith; ...more
  • Feel the Hurts of Jesus

    What exactly did Jesus do the week before He died? As we enter into His suffering, we grow in our compassion and understanding of our Savior.
  • Easter: The Torn Curtain

    The torn curtain in the Temple reveals the amazing power and grace of God to breach the chasm between God and man. Because the curtain is torn, we have full and immediate access to the Father, His wisdom, strength and companionship. God gives us an open invitation to come to Christ through the torn curtain.
  • The Lion is a Lamb

    The Lamb of God is also the Lion of the Tribe of Judah. When Christ cleansed the Temple, He became furious at the blatant, presumptious sinfulness of God's people. We are God's Temple and must live holy lives.