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  • How To Approach Jesus Mark 5: 21-43

    Contributed by James Lee on Nov 21, 2013
     | 21,407 views

    In this passage we have two stories in one. Actually one comes in the middle of the other. Two people who need Jesus, in a special way.

    In this passage we have two stories in one. Actually one comes in the middle of the other. Two people who need Jesus, in a special way. Jairus approached Jesus as a man on a mission. He had a storm in his life. His little girl was about to die and he was not ready to let her go. His approach was a ...read more

  • The Approachableness Of Jesus

    Contributed by John Lowe on Nov 26, 2013
     | 1,091 views

    Our Lord Jesus is said to be the Mediator between God and man, which implies that he should be approachable. He must be available to both the parties. If Jesus is the perfect mediator, he must be able to come to God, and then he must approach man.

    June 3, 2006 The Approachableness of Jesus PORTION OF SCRIPTURE READ BEFORE SERMON—Hebrews 4:14-16 and 5.1-14 (GNB) 14 Let us, then, hold firmly to the faith we profess. For we have a great High Priest who has gone into the very presence of God—Jesus, the Son of God. 15 Our ...read more

  • Faith That Feeds On Crumbs Series

    Contributed by David Dykes on Jan 25, 2018
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    We don't always recognize when God is testing us. Most of the time the tests are disguised as trouble, trials, and adversity. A discussion of the four characteristics of great faith.

    INTRODUCTION This year we’ve been going through the Gospel According to Mark and we’re picking up where we left off before we started our emphasis on Missions and Christmas. This message is entitled, “Faith That Feeds on Crumbs.” When I first read this passage, I was in for a big surprise. ...read more