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  • Amazing Authority Series

    Contributed by C. Philip Green on Jun 27, 2009
    based on 1 rating

    If we would follow Jesus into the place of power, we must also follow Him into the place of prayer.

    Amazing Authority (Mark 1:21-39) A man from Berlin, Germany, took an unusual approach in trying to bring peace to his marriage. CNN reported that the man was using an old air raid siren to stun his wife into submission. “My wife never lets me get a word in edgeways,” the man identified as more

  • ''how To Manage Your Busyness?"

    Contributed by Egerton Gbonda on Apr 2, 2009
    based on 1 rating

    Managing our time

    INTRODUCTION Many of us are finding it difficult to cope with the 24 hours we have, to carry out all that we have planned for the day. This is true of activities at home as well as at our work places. No wonder loads of work have been done on time management in order for us to be effective or more

  • So Little Time, So Much To Do

    Contributed by Anne Benefield on Mar 5, 2009
    based on 3 ratings

    We have all received grace upon grace; therefore, we are called to share our talents just as Peter’s mother-in-law did.

    So Little Time, So Much to Do Isaiah 40:27-31; Mark 1:29-39 Reverend Anne Benefield Geneva Presbyterian Church, February 8, 2009 Introduction: We continue with the first chapter of Mark. As always, Mark tells the story well and fast. His favorite word is “immediately.” There is very more

  • Heal The Valley

    Contributed by Daniel Haas on Mar 1, 2009

    That is the one great thing we can do to heal the valley: hunt Jesus and ask him for help.

    Simon’s mother-in-law - The first "pope" was married - Catholic family values - Mormon family values - Bible Study: every family is a mess - Heal us from rigid family ethics Why did Jesus go into the desert? - Retreat, sanctuary - To find healing for himself - Away from all the more

  • Ambassadors Of The Kingdom

    Contributed by Aaron Kesson on Feb 19, 2009

    All Christians are called to be ministers of the Kingdom. We are all Christ’s ambassadors to the world.

    Ambassadors of the Kingdom Mark 1:29–39, 1 Cor 9:16–23 Introduction:From an article found in the Wall Street Journal: Boddy Dodd, Georgia Tech’s athletic director, tells of the coach who, with his team leading 7 to 6 in the last minute of play, carefully instructed his quarterback not more

  • When Life Gets Busy.....pray

    Contributed by Richard Schwedes on Feb 16, 2009
    based on 7 ratings

    A busy life is not always something we can avoid. However when life gets busy, the gift of prayer is not only helpful but essential. This sermon explores why

    WWhen life gets busy or overbearing what do you do? Do you frantically go about all your tasks? Maybe you get stressed out? Do you get angry? Do you think I will just keep going and going? Or think once I have dealt with all this stuff I will start planning a better life? No matter who more

  • Showing Friendship To Jesus

    Contributed by Scott Jensen on Feb 12, 2009
    based on 4 ratings

    Jesus, Peter and Peter’s mother-in-law all showed what it means to be a friend. But we need to do the same. Don’t leave Jesus in church, take Him with you everywhere you go.

    Introduction What does it mean to be a friend? Is it someone willing to help you out in your time of need? Is it someone you enjoy doing some recreation activity with? Is it someone you can tell all of your personal problems to and who helps you through a difficult time? We probably all have more

  • When Jesus Touches…

    Contributed by Thomas Bowen on Feb 12, 2009
    based on 3 ratings

    Jesus does not need nor want an audience in order to heal. He heals to bring people into service. He cures death to bring us to new life today.

    When Jesus Touches… Mark 1:29-37 This morning it was so tempting to start off with a mother-in-law joke. But, I have several problems. First, I have been assured that it would be in very poor taste. Second, it would be a horrible thing to make light of this woman that was reported to more

  • Spend The Day With Jesus

    Contributed by Daniel Habben on Feb 10, 2009
    based on 1 rating

    Spend the day with Jesus and learn more about your Savior and yourself.

    Recently Ken, the college student staying with the Van Velzens, asked if he could “shadow” me at work as part of a class requirement. “You want to spend a day with me, Ken?” I asked somewhat incredulously. I can understand wanting to spend a day with a police officer or a firefighter but spending a more

  • When Jesus Comes, Good Things Happen

    Contributed by Thomas Bell on Feb 9, 2009
    based on 1 rating

    A message showing that when Christ comes, good things happen. We need to follow the example Jesus sets in prayer and time with the Father. Do we start each day with God, do we take time to be alone with God, are we at the throne of grace daily, are we i

    Mark 1: 29-39 When Jesus Comes, Good Things Happen Last week we saw Jesus go to the synagogue and preach and heal with Divine authority. He cleansed a man of unclean spirits and astonished those who witnessed and heard. His fame spread abroad throughout all the region around Galilee. Now more

  • Healed Forever. . . On The Inside Series

    Contributed by Dale Krueger on Feb 8, 2009
    based on 1 rating

    Jesus’s first 100 days in the ministry was off to a smashing success. These healings brought so much publicity that people pursued him.

    HEALED FOREVER . . . ON THE INSIDE! Mark 1:29-39 After his baptism in the Jordan River, Jesus went north to Galilee proclaiming the Good News of God, “The time is fulfilled, and the kingdom of God has come near. Repent and believe in the Gospel.” He made the village of Capernaum the more

  • Jesus! Everyone Is Looking For You!

    Contributed by Doug Koehler on Feb 6, 2009
    based on 12 ratings

    Jesus gained popularity as a healer but He wanted to provide more. Even the greatest healing miracle was only a band-aid compared to what Jesus really wanted to offer.

    I don’t think that you are going to be surprised that I am now going to mention the Super Bowl this morning and the fact that my Pittsburgh Steelers won! Yes, last Sunday they pulled out a great game and although watching it on television was enjoyable, I would have loved to be there in person. I more

  • Somewhere Else

    Contributed by Gaither Bailey on Feb 5, 2009
    based on 11 ratings

    Making room for God in our busy lives can enable us to cope with the stresses and business of living in our hectic, modern world.

    Somewhere Else Intro: In 1975 I assumed my duties as the Pastor of Memorial Presbyterian Church in South Bend, IN. I was delighted to see new Bibles carefully placed in every pew. I opened one to see what version it was and in huge large, red letters these words were stamped inside the front more

  • Prayer Answers Temptation

    Contributed by Ronald Harbaugh on Feb 5, 2009
    based on 6 ratings

    A Sermon for the 5th Sunday After Epiphany, Series B.

    5th Sunday after Epiphany, February 8, 2009 “Series B” Grace be unto you and peace, from God our Father and from our Lord, Jesus Christ. Amen. Let us pray: Dear Heavenly Father, we give you thanks for the gift of your Son, Jesus the Christ, who through his faithfulness to your will for his more

  • Shared Ministry And Gospel Priorities

    Contributed by Michael B. Perrott on Feb 3, 2009
    based on 2 ratings

    In Jesus’ life and ministry we are given priorities for our life and shared ministry.

    Text Mark 1:29-39 ‘Shared ministry and Gospel priorities’ I would like to share with you today, for a few minutes, some images – pictures – of ministry that I can see arising out of the verses from Mark’s Gospel we heard a few minutes ago. Pictures that I call ‘priority pictures’: pictures of more