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  • Moving Beyond The Motions

    Contributed by David Dewitt on Sep 3, 2002
    based on 75 ratings
     | 3,766 views

    Far too often we just "go through the motions" in life but Jesus wants much more than this for our lives.

    Moving Beyond the Motions Mark 10:46-53 September 1, 2002 Morning Service Introduction In Japan there was a man in the imperial orchestra couldn’t play a note. Being a person of great influence and wealth, he had demanded that he be given a place in the group because he wanted to "perform" ...read more

  • Jesus Stood Still

    Contributed by Pastor/Revivalist Terry Sisney on Jul 31, 2002
    based on 246 ratings
     | 31,733 views

    Jesus stands still where ever desperate sincere faith reaches him, and when he stands still miracles happen.

    Jesus Came to Jericho and left Jericho (This is an illustration of what I said this morning, that if we do not prepare ourselves for his presence, He will come and go, and We will not receive anything. One blind man by the name of bartemaeus was willing to reveal his emptiness, He was willing to ...read more

  • A Blind 20/20 Visionary

    Contributed by Jeremy Farmer on Jul 17, 2002
    based on 39 ratings
     | 3,686 views

    Why don’t you have vision, and what’s holding you back?

    Intro: They say that there is no one so blind as he who will not see. In this story, we are presented with a man who was absolutely blind. Bartimaeus could see nothing with the physical eyes with which he had been born, yet he could see things one a spiritual level that others were blind to. He saw ...read more

  • The Pursuit Of Holiness

    Contributed by Ralf Bergmann on Jun 26, 2002
    based on 42 ratings
     | 1,524 views

    Blind Bartimaeus knew who Jesus is and what He can do. Bartimaeus stopped at nothing to receive his blessing from Jesus - How about us?

    Sermon Title: The Pursuit of Holiness Scripture: Mark 10:46-52 Wesleyan Community Church Terry, Mississippi Sunday Morning – June 30, 2002 Scripture Introduction: I think the chorus that we just sang, “Shout to the Lord”, is one of my favorites. We have reason to shout if we have Jesus ...read more

  • Looking Into The Master's Face Series

    Contributed by Charles Salmon on Apr 27, 2002
    based on 23 ratings
     | 2,007 views

    When we see Jesus we see a friend Who loves us, A Sacior powerful enough to help us, and a leader worthy of following.

    Looking Into the Master’s Face Scripture: Mark 10:46-52 INTRO.: Jesus is nearing the end of His public ministry. He is headed for Jerusalem and certain death. In great detail, He predicts the things about to befall Him. Mark 10:33,34. James and John come to ask for places of favor in His glory ...read more

  • "Opportunity Almost Missed"

    Contributed by Fred Edwards on Mar 16, 2002
    based on 54 ratings
     | 2,175 views

    Those who refuse to step out on faith, (no matter the amount), run the risk of allowing Jesus to pass by for the last time.

    "OPPORTUNITY ALMOST MISSED" Mark 10:46-52 (020317) Bartimeus was typical of every person making the journey through life. He was blind to what was going on around him other than what someone told him. We are blind to the things of God unless someone tells us and then we have the same choice ...read more

  • Healing The Blind Man

    Contributed by Rodney Buchanan on Aug 27, 2001
    based on 146 ratings
     | 12,538 views

    Jesus Christ rewards those who are: 1. Persistent with him. 2. Passionate about him. 3. Pursuing him.

    Do you ever feel like life is passing you by? That is how Bartimaeus felt. He had been sitting on the sidelines of life. He was begging because he was blind and had no way of making a living for himself. He could not go on a trip as the people with Jesus were doing. The whole crowd was ...read more

  • Overcoming Your Handicaps

    Contributed by Kirk Devine on Jul 20, 2001
    based on 513 ratings
     | 63,532 views

    Another look a Bartimaeus and how we can identify with him.

    OVERCOMING YOUR HANDICAPS MARK 10:46-52 As we finish up our series on trusting, I thought that we’d look at a man who gives us a good example of how to trust God… I believe that many of us can identify with this man in our text… He is an example of many of us in the church who have had to trust ...read more

  • Getting Out Of The Pit Series

    Contributed by David Dewitt on Jul 3, 2001
    based on 34 ratings
     | 2,303 views

    Jesus has come to free us from all of the barriers of life

    How to bust out of a slump Mark 10:46-52 January 30, 2000 Morning service I. Assume responsibility for your own life “When he heard that it was Jesus of Nazareth, he began to shout.” A. Bartimaeus had to be responsible for himself 1. No one could step forward for Bartimaeus 2. Bartimaeus ...read more

  • What Can The Lord Do For You?

    Contributed by Tony Cansler on May 1, 2001
    based on 66 ratings
     | 2,082 views

    A Message to all

    What Can the Lord do for You? Mark10: 46-52 (51) What wilt thou that I should do unto thee? Matthew 11:5 · Blind Received their sight (Bartimaus Mk 10:46-52) · Lame made to Walk (Pool of Bethesda Jn 5:1-9) · Deaf Hear (Deaf & Dumb Man Healed Mk 7:32-37) · Dead raised up (Lazarus Jn ...read more

  • Rich Man/Poor Man

    Contributed by Gregory Griffin on Apr 28, 2001
    based on 168 ratings
     | 7,608 views

    No one meets Jesus and stays the same, using rich young ruler and Bartimaeus the Blind man as illustrations

    Rich Man, Poor Man Mark 10:17-22; 46-52 NRBM/BBM April 30, 2001 Each of us I am sure, if we stop and think, could think of a situation in life that changed our life completely, or at least left us to never be the same. For some it was meeting someone of distinction, for others it might be time ...read more

  • God Helps Those Who...

    Contributed by Mark Atherton on Mar 30, 2001
    based on 53 ratings
     | 1,069 views

    a look at Mark 10:46-52

    God Helps Those Who... Mark 10:46-52 1) Admit their need verse 46,47 2) Trust Him fully verse. 48-51 3) Follow in Christian discipleship verse 52 God helps those who put themselves in a position to receive His grace. We do that in many ways but three are evident in this ...read more

  • Not Limited By My Limiataions.

    Contributed by Rick Gillespie- Mobley on Mar 3, 2001
    based on 104 ratings
     | 14,963 views

    This sermon deals with going beyond the limitations others seek to place on us to the point of reaching God’s calling for our lives.

    Not Limited By My Limitations 7/14/96 ECU 3:1-8 Hebrews 11:32-40 Text Mark 10:46-52 When we look at the success and lives of others, we may sometimes cry out in envy, that’s not fair. Why doesn’t that happen to me? Why can’t I have it like that. ...read more

  • What The Blind Man Saw

    Contributed by Ted Sutherland on Feb 26, 2001
    based on 158 ratings
     | 15,822 views

    Someone said to Helen Keller, “What a pity you have no sight!” to which she replied, “Yes, but what a pity so many have sight but cannot see!”

    Joke: There was a blind man at Wal-Mart the other day. He seemed to be doing alright until he started spinning his dog around his head on its leash. The sales lady ran over and asked, “Can I help you?” To which the blind man replied, “No thanks, I’m just looking around.” Bartimaeus acts like ...read more

  • The Story Of Blind Bartimaeus

    Contributed by Wade Bridges on Feb 20, 2001
    based on 126 ratings
     | 8,884 views

    Tells the Conversion of Bartimaeus

    THE STORY OF BLIND BARTIMAEUS Mark 10:46-52 This was the last time Jesus would come through Jericho. Jesus will pass by where you are one day the last time. What you do with Jesus will determine your destiny. In this story we see the blind man: A. At the right place B. With the right ...read more