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Dr. Gale A. Ragan-Reid avatar
Prayer For Those Who Say, “Pray For Me”
Shared by: Dr. Gale A. Ragan-Reid on Jul, 2014
Summary: Prayer is the constant force the moves the people in the neighborhoods in the communities of the world to ask God, knock on God's door and seek God out to affirm the faith of Jesus.
Scripture: Mark 14:32-36
Denomination: Friends
Views: 1,093
Jeffery Anselmi avatar
Gethsemane: For His Will Only!
Shared by: Jeffery Anselmi on Mar, 2013
Summary: Jesus in the garden reveals some important aspects of God's desire for us!
Series: Easter
based on 4 ratings
Scripture: Mark 14:32-36
Views: 3,122
Paul Wallace avatar
When the Mountain Don't Move
Shared by: Paul Wallace on Mar, 2010
Summary: God wants us to have mountain moving faith. But Sometimes the mountain don't move. Now What?
based on 2 ratings
Scripture: Mark 14:32-36
Denomination: Wesleyan
Views: 2,565
Roger Spaugh avatar
The Terror of The Cross
Shared by: Roger Spaugh on Jul, 2008
Summary: This sermon explores the Suffering Christ endured to pay the price for sin.
based on 2 ratings
Scripture: Mark 14:32-36
Denomination: Pentecostal
Views: 593
John Petty avatar
Not My Will But Yours
Shared by: John Petty on Apr, 2008
Summary: When we come to the place of spiritual maturity that we can say... "Not my will but Yours be done" victory will be a lifestyle.
based on 1 rating
Scripture: Mark 14:32-36
Denomination: Church Of God
Views: 2,863
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Laying Down Our Will
Shared by: Jeff Budzinski on Jun, 2007
Summary: In order to grow in the things of God and to be used in a powerful way for Jesus, we must lay down our will. In order for God’s life (His will) to be expressed through us, we must lay our life (our will) down. God’s will for our life overrides the plans
based on 3 ratings
Scripture: Mark 14:32-36
Views: 1,189
Levi Wright avatar
Shared by: Levi Wright on Jun, 2007
Summary: Have you every wonder What Was In The Cup that cause Jesus, to recoil and cry out, "Father, let this Cup pass from Me." Was it a Cup of Sin? Was it a Cup of Despair..... or Was it a Cup of Betrayal?
based on 151 ratings
Scripture: Mark 14:34-36
Views: 28,580
John Harvey avatar
The Garden
Shared by: John Harvey on Mar, 2004
Summary: Third in a series on the Passion. This message shows the temptation of Jesus and how we can overcome the desire to follow our will instead of God’s.
based on 35 ratings
Scripture: Mark 14:32-36
Denomination: Baptist
Views: 877
charles scott avatar
Shared by: charles scott on Feb, 2003
Summary: The power of the Lord’s Last Supper is lost on many of us because we fail to understand Jesus’ use of the word Cup; this sermon reveals how the Disciples understood Jesus saying "This is my body" and "Drink this to commemorate me."
based on 52 ratings
Denomination: Episcopal/Anglican
Views: 3,070
Joey Nelson avatar
The Cup and the Clock
Shared by: Joey Nelson on Mar, 2002
Summary: As we think on these things, there are two images that I want you to put your mind on today. One is a cup; the other is a clock.
based on 106 ratings
Views: 5,106
Don Schultz avatar
“THE HANDS OF CHRIST: MIGHTY, YET HUMBLE.” (Mk. 14:32-36; John 18:2-12)
Shared by: Don Schultz on Feb, 2002
Summary: We focus on the hands of Christ, the mystery of his divinity, yet humanity and humility as he suffers for us.
based on 72 ratings
Denomination: Lutheran
Views: 1,623
David Anderson avatar
The Tomb Speaks of Death
Shared by: David Anderson on Apr, 2001
Summary: There are two types of Dying to God’s will
based on 60 ratings
Denomination: Lutheran
Views: 405