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  • Blaspheming The Holy Spirit

    Contributed by J Jeffrey Smead on Jun 14, 2018
    based on 126 ratings
     | 19,924 views

    This act reveals a heart so hard that repentance is impossible (Hebrews 3:7--19). Ultimately, as Augustine says, "It is un-repentance that is a blasphemy against the Spirit" Updated June 2018.

    For those not familiar with an Anglican Service; there are four Scripture Readings before the Sermon. The Scripture Readings for this day were: 1 Samuel 8:4 - 20; Psalm 138 2 Corinthians 4:13-5:1 and Mark 3:20-35. A Little Boy desperately wanted $100.00 ...to buy some toys ...and prayed to God ...read more

  • "Satan Is Strong, But Jesus Is Stronger"

    Contributed by Christopher Martin on Apr 18, 2007
    based on 19 ratings
     | 9,239 views

    3rd Sunday after Pentecost sermon preached 6/29/2003 at St. Paul Lutheran Church, Garner, Iowa (LCMS). Preached during a time of internal strife and division within the St. Paul congregation.

    Pentecost 3/ St. Peter & St. Paul, Series B. 6/29/2003. Mark 3:20-35 St. Paul Lutheran Church, Garner, Iowa “Satan is Strong, but Jesus is Stronger” Introduction In his book The Renew Mind (Bethany House, 1981), Larry Christiansen tells a story that is a perfect illustration for our sermon ...read more

  • Five Kinds Of Relationship With Jesus Series

    Contributed by Greg Nance on Jan 26, 2006
    based on 36 ratings
     | 10,778 views

    Mark reveals a one to five scale of relationships with Jesus, from his enemies to his selected servants. Do you see yourself in one of these?

    Read or recite Mark 3. In this chapter the opposition against Jesus is mounting. It began in chapter 2 as Jesus broke several traditions that stood in the way of reaching out to the needy and lost. Remember? 1. Jesus announced the forgiveness of sins to the paralytic. 2. He had dinner ...read more

  • Jesus' True Family Series

    Contributed by Mike Wilkins on Oct 15, 2005
    based on 17 ratings
     | 7,164 views

    It is our actions that prove our faith

    Apprenticing Under The Master August 7, 2005 Mark 3:7- 35 (20-35) Jesus’ True Family In between university and seminary I built houses (for three days until I got a better paying job at a steel mill) I was hired on as an unskilled labourer, but I felt like I was apprenticing for those ...read more

  • Who Is In God's Family? Series

    Contributed by David Asch on Oct 20, 2004
    based on 63 ratings
     | 22,242 views

    In this text Mark shows us what it takes to be in God’s family – who it is that makes us God’s family. We’ll see that it requires a radical commitment, but has radical benefits.

    WHO IS IN GOD’S FAMILY? Mark 3:20-35 INTRO: Becoming a part of Anne’s family required a radical commitment: My family was not very “hands on.” We didn’t hug or kiss very much at all. But in Anne’s family, you could not leave a family meal or gathering of any kind without kissing everyone in ...read more

  • The Unpardonable Sin Series

    Contributed by Chris Hodges on Sep 8, 2003
    based on 90 ratings
     | 10,598 views

    To note the importance of accepting Jesus for who He is.

    The Gospel of Mark #10: The Unpardonable Sin Text: Mark 3:20-35 Thesis: To note the importance of accepting Jesus for who He is. Introduction: (1) After Jesus’ encounters with the Pharisees concerning the Sabbath day, He withdrew with His disciples to the sea. (a) A great multitude ...read more

  • Schism With The Scribes And Factions With The Family

    Contributed by Michael Bird on Jul 14, 2002
    based on 101 ratings
     | 13,125 views

    This sermon describes the opposition Jesus faced from both his own family and from the Scribes. It attempts to highlight how Christians today can face similar accounts of rejection by both the world and from family.

    Schisms with the Scribes and Factions in the Family Introduction I would like set before you a couple of stories in order to illuminate the background to this passage. Scene 1: A Carpenter Shop in Nazareth The road for Sepphoris to Nazareth consisted mostly of rolling hillsides. It ...read more