Mark 9 - NIV
23 “‘If you can’” said Jesus. “Everything is possible for one who believes.”
Sermons on Mark 9
Contributed by Allan Quak on Feb 23, 2018
Jesus calls us to recognise the devastating consequences, namely an eternal place in Gehenna, when we allow sin to impact our lives. We need to take radical action against our sin.
You Can Listen to the Full Sermon Here:- http://www.nec.org.au/index.php/listen-to-a-sermon-series/the-hard-sayings-of-jesus/ Message Mark 9:42-50 “Cut Off Your Sinning Hand”. What would it take for you to cut off one of your limbs? Aron Ralston … If you have seen the movie 127 hours ...read more
Contributed by Christopher Benfield on Feb 14, 2018
Most people believe in existence beyond the grave, with the majority assuming everyone will eventually wind up in heaven, or some place of euphoric bliss. Heaven is reserved for the saved, but hell will be a reality for those apart from Christ.
An Honest Word about a Horrific Place Mark 9: 42-50 As I studied this passage, I was reminded of the common attitude that permeates modern society. We live in an age when most believe that truth is relative, rather than absolute. Most believe in existence beyond the grave, with the majority ...read more
Contributed by Christopher Benfield on Feb 7, 2018
As Jesus and the disciples journeyed toward Capernaum, the disciples debated among themselves which of them was the greatest. knowing their discussion, Jesus taught a lesson on serving others. To have position in the kingdom, one must be willing to serve.
The Least shall be Greatest Mark 9: 30-41 After delivering the young man from the unclean spirit, Jesus and His disciples have departed and are on their way back to Capernaum. As they journeyed, Jesus again reminded the disciples that he would be delivered into the hands of sinful men, die, and ...read more
Contributed by Christopher Benfield on Jan 31, 2018
Life on top of the mountain is exciting and often rejuvenating. Unfortunately we can't dwell on the mountain continually. Trails come in the valleys of life. It's imperative to use the lessons learned on the mountain when we face a valley.
Help my Unbelief Mark 9: 14-29 Today our text takes a captivating twist. Peter, James, and John had experienced the glory of Jesus on the Mount of Transfiguration. Their experience was so wonderful that Peter desired to remain on the mountain. Jesus knew they could not stay there; He had much ...read more
Contributed by David Dykes on Jan 28, 2018
When it comes to our personal relationship with God and with others, Jesus taught that personal goodness is more valuable than personal greatness.
INTRODUCTION When I was a pastor in Alabama, we lived next to a cemetery. Most days I would jog through there; the residents never complained. I enjoyed reading the tombstones. I’ll never forget the short tribute one on large tombstone. A man’s name was listed and then it said, “He was a great ...read more