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  • How Long Has It Been

    Contributed by Jeffrey Sims on Oct 18, 2016

    This sermon is about living a long time with issues and problems without asking God to intervene on our behalf. This sermon points us to the question of 1. Do we want to be healed 2. How long has it been since you reached out to Jesus.

    I reference these two scriptures and paraphrase the stories John 5:1-9 Mark 5:25 - 34 I. Both have been Sick a Long Time ( 38yrs & 12 yrs) 1. Two very different people with a similar situation 2. They aren¡¦t the only ones sick 3. They both have been trying to get better they want a more

  • Observations For Change

    Contributed by Anthony Zibolski on Nov 4, 2014
    based on 1 rating

    Change is hard, no one really likes to change. We have to decide if we want change and will take steps to accomplish the task.

    Observations for Change John 5:1-5:9 Introduction- This sermon was gleaned from ideas from SermonCentral and the Bible This morning I want you to turn to John 5:1-5:8. As you are turning there, I want to tell you of a book I read about 10 years ago. It was called “Who moved my more

  • Wilt Thou Be Made Whole?

    Contributed by Ron Freeman, Evangelist on Sep 24, 2015
    based on 10 ratings

    To establish Jesus can make all who would come unto Him whole as he did the man at the pool of Bethesda. This lesson discusses the mercy and compassion of Christ to all who would call upon His name. Christ is able to make thee whole!

    INTRODUCTION Outline 1. The Man’s Complaint 2. The Master’s Compassion 3. The Master’s Commission Remarks 1. The setting of the lesson is one of joy and celebration. The background of the lesson is, this was Jesus’ return to the city of Jerusalem after performing more

  • The Stirring At Bethesda

    Contributed by John Gaston on Nov 16, 2016

    We see the lame man waiting on & trying to sense the supernatural. He desires to yield to God and is expecting the miraculous. God answered his faith & healed him. Do we have that kind of open attitude toward the supernatural?

    THE STIRRING AT BETHESDA John 5:1-9 INTRODUCTION A. HUMOR: MALE’S KEEN OBSERVATION 1. Jason was out shopping at the Woodlands Mall with his wife Latisha, but he wasn’t enjoying it. For over 45 minutes, he'd been 'stuck' with Latisha in the ladies department of the Forever 21 store. more

  • Do You Want To Be Healed? Series

    Contributed by John Oscar on Apr 22, 2018
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    Exploring whether or not we want to give up on dependency on things of this world and surrender completely to Jesus

    Do You Want to Be Healed? CCCAG April 22nd, 2018 Scripture- Video showed us John 5:1-14 Introduction: One of the experiences I have had as a paramedic is seeing people where they live. In other words, I frequently enter their homes and see who they really are by what they surround themselves more

  • Where Is Your Bethesda Pool/

    Contributed by Marilyn Murphree on May 26, 2018
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    Can Jesus still heal problems of long standing or is there an expiration date on Healing? Do we listen to people far too much when they tell us that their advise is to "accept your disability" and get on with your life?

    Where is your Bethesda Pool? John 5:1-15 Where is your Bethesda Pool? How long have you been sitting there? There were many people sitting by the pool that day. Jesus observed them sitting there with problems of long standing. In fact this man had his problem for 38 years and after that long more

  • "Do You Wanna Get Well?

    Contributed by David Henderson on Aug 28, 2018
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    In this message we look at a question that on the surface is quite odd. I mean if you had been lame for 38 years and someone asked you if you wanted to be well, would that be a difficult question? Perhaps it is harder than we first realize.

    “Do you want to be well? John 5:1-17 In our recent study in Nehemiah I showed you this picture of what the wall looked like that Nehemiah and the builders constructed around Jerusalem. This picture shows 10 gates that were used to gain entrance to the city. Each gate had a specific more

  • Get Up And Walk!

    Contributed by Bola Folakemi Praise on Jun 30, 2018
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    At a point during the cause of our lives we are faced with situations that are overwhelming. We find ourselves in a place where it seems we are stagnated, we are not making progress. We feel that we need help and assistance which is not forthcoming.

    AUTHOR: BOLA FOLAKEMI PRAISE JOHN 5: 1-11 “Some time later, Jesus went up to Jerusalem for one of the Jewish festivals. Now there is in Jerusalem near the Sheep Gate a pool, which in Aramaic is called Bethesda and which is surrounded by five covered colonnades. 3 Here a great number of more

  • Divine Healing

    Contributed by Dennis Lee on Oct 29, 2018
    based on 4 ratings

    This sermon looks at God's divine healing and how we can and are to receive it. It looks at Jesus healing of the lame man by the pool of Bethesda, and then it looks at God's provision for healing.

    What We Believe Divine Healing John 5:1-15 When we look at the people around us what do we see? While people are adept at putting on faces and putting up fronts, the truth is that we see people who are hurting. We see people who are troubled and in need of peace. We see lonely people in need of more

  • Would You Be Made Whole?

    Contributed by Norbert Garcia on Mar 25, 2011

    Jesus asked the man at the Pool of Bethesda if he would be healed and is now asking us the same.

    Visualize, if you will, a large city teeming with life. There is a constant stream of activity at the gates of this large city. Traders bringing in goods. Farmers bringing to market their fruits and vegetables. Craftsmen carrying the results of hours of painstaking work to more

  • Bubbles Or Living Water?

    Contributed by Ernie Arnold on May 16, 2019
    based on 4 ratings

    This sermon is about the man being healed at the Sheep Gate. It is a miracle that steps away from being stuck, stumbling and staring into the waters and allowing Jesus to bring us to a life of victory!

    Scripture: John 5:1-9 Bubbles or Living Water? John 5:1-9 New King James Version (NKJV) A Man Healed at the Pool of Bethesda 5 After this there was a feast of the Jews, and Jesus went up to Jerusalem. 2 Now there is in Jerusalem by the Sheep Gate a pool, which is called in Hebrew, Bethesda, more

  • I’ve Been Here Too Long

    Contributed by Gregory Thomas on May 5, 2011
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    John five indicates that there is a man known only by his issue that was at the pool of Bethesda, (Mercy House) - (Church). Waiting for the stirring of the water... He was at a place of help, hope and healing.

    I’ve Been Here too Long John 5: 1-8 John five indicates that there is a man known only by his issue that was at the pool of Bethesda, who dealt with this issue for 38 years and did more

  • Do You Want To Be Well?

    Contributed by Steve Kinnard on Apr 4, 2019


    DO YOU WANT TO BE WELL (JOHN 5:1-8) INTRO: Do You Want To Be well ? We are all Hurting people living in a shattered world. We all needing someone to fix us. Only Jesus can make you well. Do you want to be well? Jesus is asking “ Do you want to get well”? TEXT: JOHN 5:1-8 5 After this, a Jewish more

  • Life Changing Questions From The Lord Series

    Contributed by Rick Crandall on Jul 26, 2019

    Christ has some life-changing questions for us: 1. Are you willing? (vs. 1-7). 2. Are you believing? (vs. 8-9). 3. Are you obeying? (vs. 8-14). 4. Are you telling? (vs. 15).

    Life Changing Questions from the Lord The Gospel of John John 5:1-15 Sermon by Rick Crandall Grayson Baptist Church - April 29, 2018 (Revised July 26, 2019) BACKGROUND: *Tonight in John 5, we will take a good look at the Lord's third miracle recorded in the Gospel of John. While He was here more

  • "A Lame Excuse" Series

    Contributed by David Henderson on Jan 5, 2011
    based on 10 ratings

    Before you can change you must decide that you want to be changed. There was a reason Jesus asked the question of the lame man, "Do you want to be well?" All of us must answer this crucial question.

    `“A Lame Excuse” John 5:1-15 Jesus has now come up from the city of Cana to the city of Jerusalem to celebrate one of the religious feasts. In Jerusalem there were different gates to enter and they were used for a variety of purposes. One of these gates was called the Sheep gate. more