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  • The Beginning Of The Gospel Series

    Contributed by James Jackson on Feb 23, 2020

    Of the four gospel writers, Mark is the journalist. In chapter 1, he answers the Who, What, When, Where, and Why of the gospel.

    Good morning! Please open your Bibles to Mark chapter 1. We are starting a new series that’s going to take us through the next several weeks, and we are calling it “GOOD NEWS.” For the longest time, there were basically just two types of news. There was BAD NEWS, and there was GOOD NEWS. Someone more

  • 5. Is Baptism Important?

    Contributed by Simon Bartlett on Jan 30, 2020

    We often don't give baptism the importance we should. We look at why baptism is important.

    5 Is Baptism important? Mark 1:1-13 Mark's gospel starts with John the Baptist baptising and then goes straight onto Jesus being baptised. So, it’s natural to talk about baptism! Baptism is a somewhat controversial subject as different churches and denominations hold different views on more

  • There Is More To The Baptism Of Jesus Than You Think.

    Contributed by Gordon Mcculloch on Jan 19, 2020

    The baptism of Jesus is way more important than you may first think. There are so many aspects to it, that they need to be considered separately.

    This sermon was delivered Gordon McCulloch to the congregation at Holy Trinity in Ayr, Ayrshire, Scotland on the 12th January 2020; Holy Trinity is a Scottish Episcopal Church in the Dioceses of Glasgow and Dumfries. Isaiah 42:1-9 Acts 10:34-43 Matthew 3:13-17 Psalm 29 “Please join me in a more

  • #4 Following Jesus In Baptism Series

    Contributed by Chuck Sligh on Jan 12, 2020

    John’s baptism of Jesus teaches us many truths about Christian baptism. This sermon explains the biblical nature, purpose and mode of baptism.

    #4 Following Jesus in Baptism Series: Mark Chuck Sligh January 12, 2020 NOTE: A PowerPoint presentation is available for this sermon by request at Please mention the title of the sermon and the Bible text to help me find the sermon in my archives. TEXT: Mark 1:4-10 – “John more

  • I Am Thankful For ... The Baptism Of The Holy Spirit

    Contributed by Ernie Arnold on Nov 11, 2019
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    This is the 2nd in a series of sermon - I am Thankful for (grace being the 1st) This sermon deals with the beauty and majesty of the Baptism of the Holy Spirit

    Scripture: Mark 1:1-11; John 7:37-39 Theme: Baptism of the Holy Spirit Title: I am Thankful for … the Baptism of the Holy Spirit INTRO: Grace and peace from God the Father, Son and Holy Spirit! This month we are looking at things for which we are thankful. Last week we look at the subject more

  • #1 A Voice For God Series

    Contributed by Chuck Sligh on Nov 3, 2019

    A short intro to the Gospel of Mark, followed by an examination of Mark's story of John the Baptizer and his role, and applications from this passage for our lives.

    A Voice for God Series: Mark, Sermon 1 Chuck Sligh November 3, 2019 NOTE: PowerPoint or ProPresenter presentations are available for this sermon by request at Please mention the title of the sermon and the Bible text to help me find the sermon in my archives. TEXT: Please more

  • It Just Isn't Fair

    Contributed by Howard Gunter on Mar 24, 2019
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    We struggle to try and understand that good and bad things occur without regard to persons, be they good and devout or be they back-sliders or heathen.

    Weekend Message/Devotion March 24, 2019 Luke 3:1-9 There are many parallels in today’s reading with the message that I shared November 17, 2017, entitled Judgment Day is Coming. If you are inclined, you can research that message at: Sermon by clicking on the button for more

  • Releasing The Anointing Of God

    Contributed by Dr. Craig Nelson on Feb 23, 2019
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    In order for the anointing of God to move powerfully through a Christian’s life, and upon every life they touch, it must be released.

    Before the anointing was released at the start of Jesus ministry, He was baptized. “When all the people were baptized, it came to pass that Jesus also was baptized; and while He prayed, the heaven was opened.” (Luke 3:21 NIV) Baptism symbolizes death. The spices that made up the Anointing Oil more

  • "Lessons From An Unusual Baptismal Service” Series

    Contributed by Rick Dinkins on Jan 13, 2019

    The Baptism of Jesus was an unusual event teaching us lessons.

    “Lessons From An Unusual Baptismal Service” Mark 1:1-10 (KJV) 1 The beginning of the gospel of Jesus Christ, the Son of God; 2 As it is written in the prophets, Behold, I send my messenger before thy face, which shall prepare thy way before thee. 3 The voice of one crying in the wilderness, more

  • Are We Wandering In The Darkness? And How Do We Get Out? Series

    Contributed by The Rev Deniray Mueller on Feb 3, 2018
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    Advent gives us time to bear witness to Jesus

    Mark 1:1-8 We gather on this the second Sunday of Advent with joyful expectations of another Christmas season with the sacred and secular traditions that Christmas brings. We can see the excitement in the faces of children who patiently wait for Christmas Day. It's harder for them to concentrate more

  • Mark 1:1-8 - Who Is Jesus?

    Contributed by Stephen Belokur on Jan 30, 2018

    In Mark 1:1-8 Mark declares that Jesus is the Christ and the Son of God. He goes on to show that Jesus fulfills OT prophecies and that John the Baptist is himself a fulfillment of prophecies who proclaims Jesus Deity as well.

    Please open your Bibles to Mark 1:1-8 which we will read in a few minutes. The Gospel of Mark is fast paced. It is the shortest of the four Gospels filled with miracles and action to show the power of Jesus the Messiah. The Gospel of Mark emphasizes the super-human power of Jesus. Mark more

  • He Will Baptize You With The Holy Spirit

    Contributed by Stephen Belokur on Jan 30, 2018

    John was baptizing and the people knew and understood that but what was this baptism with the Holy Spirit that Jesus was bringing?

    (This sermon is in an outline form so you may need to flesh it out a little) Please open your Bibles to Mark 1:1-8 which we will read in a few minutes. Last Sunday when we took a look at this passage of Scripture we talked about three things: 1. Mark was announcing Who Jesus is 2. Mark was more

  • New Beginnings

    Contributed by Peter Fisher on Jan 20, 2018

    The new year is an opportunity for new beginnings, a better opportunity comes from know how much God love you.

    New Year – New Start ==================== Happy New year! I hope you all have a very blessed 2018. New year is a time when we take stock, reflect on how we’d like our lives to be and potentially decide to make some changes. It’s an opportunity for a new start, a new beginning in a small part more

  • Keeping New Year Resolutions

    Contributed by Ezekiel Ette on Jan 7, 2018
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    When life is not going the way you want, it is human nature to review and promise oneself to redouble effort and do better. Here lies the root of the New Year resolution.

    A New You in a New Year: How to Keep New Year Resolutions Mark 1 : 4 – 11 Welcome to a New Year and welcome to the first Sunday in the New Year. In the church Calendar, it is the Baptism of the Lord and the Epiphany. Today we celebrate with the Church universal the giving of the Christ child and more

  • "Let Me Introduce Myself"

    Contributed by Gerald Roberts on Jan 4, 2018

    The message is about the Gospel of Mark as he introduces us to the Gospel, The Good News, The Messenger, The Message, and The Messaih.

    “Let Me Introduce Myself” Mark 1:4-11 Rolling Stones sung by Mick Jagger took some serious heat for singing a song from the devil’s perspective, but the point of the song is more about the flaws in mankind. It was never intended as devil worship but in 1968 that what happened. That is what more