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  • The Faith To See PRO Sermon

    Contributed by Sermon Spark on Oct 19, 2023
    based on 3 ratings

    To explore the transformative power of faith, courage, and the decision to follow Christ, as demonstrated in the encounter between Jesus and Bartimaeus. Key

    Good morning, dear friends! It is indeed a joy to gather together in the house of the Lord, to lift our voices in praise, to bow our hearts in prayer, and to open our minds to the wisdom found in His holy Word. Today, we are going to immerse ourselves in a passage from the Gospel of Mark, a moment more

  • Bartimaeus Receives Sight.

    Contributed by Melvin Shelton on Nov 28, 2003
    based on 18 ratings

    Misery is the object of mercy.

    Bartimaeus receives sight. Mark 10:46-52. 11/30/03 Jesus and His disciples were on their way to Jerusalem for one of the biggest festivities celebrated by the Jews. It was nearing the time of the Passover and Jesus, along with thousands would be in Jerusalem for that time. On their way to more

  • Are We Blind Too?

    Contributed by Reggie Corfield on Oct 24, 2003
    based on 11 ratings

    If you want the Savior to stop and fix his eyes upon you, cry out for mercy!

    A story is told about a pitiable creature with dark glasses who stood on a street corner with a tin cup in his hand waiting for someone to drop in a few dimes. A kind man passed by and threw in a quarter but for some reason he turned around and to his surprise he saw the blind man’s glasses more

  • "Holler For Jesus" Revised

    Contributed by Kenneth Sauer on Oct 24, 2003
    based on 36 ratings

    If we feel like we don’t matter; in Christ we find that we matter a great deal.

    “Holler For Jesus”(Revised) Mark 10:46-52 By Rev. Kenneth Emerson Sauer, Pastor of Parkview United Methodist Church, Newport News, VA There’s a song…and I think it’s by Bob Segar…the lyrics go like this: “I feel like a number, I’m just a number…” Well, I bet there are a more

  • What Marvels The Lord Works For Us

    Contributed by William Baeta on Oct 20, 2003
    based on 31 ratings

    “So Jesus answered and said to him, ‘What do you want me to do for you?’ The blind man said to Him, ‘Rabboni, that I may receive my sight.’ Then Jesus said to him ‘Go your way; your faith had made you well.’ And immediately he received his sight and follo

    Theme: What marvels the Lord works for us Text: Jer. 31:7-9; Heb. 7:23-28; Mark 10:46-52 Every human being, no matter how talented, is also limited in a particular way. Some people learn how to deal with their limitations and make the maximum use of their talents while others fail to use of their more

  • Bartimaeus, The Blind Man

    Contributed by Revd. Martin Dale on Oct 21, 2003
    based on 185 ratings

    Who really was blind?

    Langham/Hunworth 26-10-03 amended Burmarsh 29-10-06 Mk 10:45-52 Today’s Gospel reading is the story of Jesus restoring the sight to the blind man Bartimaeus. Story: Helen Keller was inspiring in the way she dealt with her deafness and more

  • "Holler For Jesus"

    Contributed by Kenneth Sauer on Oct 23, 2003
    based on 54 ratings

    Discipleship is like this. It begins with our need, continues with gratitude, and is completed with unswerving loyalty.

    “Holler For Jesus” Mark 10:46-52 By: Rev. Kenneth Emerson Sauer, Pastor of Parkview United Methodist Church, Newport News, VA Remember the story of The Good Samaritan? Let’s take another look at it as we turn in our Bibles to Luke chapter 10 starting at verse 25. Jesus more

  • Cry Out

    Contributed by Jason Love on Aug 13, 2003
    based on 19 ratings

    We all get into situations when we need to cry out to God. This outline tells the story of blind man who did.

    1. Bartimaeus was in a bad situation A. He was blind 1. In that day blind men had no hope 2. There’s no cure for blindness B. He was a beggar 1. Unable to work for food or money 2. He was dependent on others C. He was unable to enjoy life 2. Bartimaeus cried out A. He cried out to more

  • Jesus Stood Still

    Contributed by Pastor/Author: Terry Sisney on Jul 30, 2002
    based on 246 ratings

    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 more

  • Moving Beyond The Motions

    Contributed by David Dewitt on Sep 2, 2002
    based on 75 ratings

    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" before more

  • A Blind 20/20 Visionary

    Contributed by Jeremy Farmer on Jul 16, 2002
    based on 40 ratings

    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 more

  • What The Blind Man Saw

    Contributed by Ted Sutherland on Feb 25, 2001
    based on 158 ratings

    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 I more

  • "Opportunity Almost Missed"

    Contributed by Fred Edwards on Mar 15, 2002
    based on 54 ratings

    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 that more

  • How To Bring About Change

    Contributed by Paul Fritz on Apr 7, 2003
    based on 24 ratings

    Jesus realized that His job was not to change everything and everyone in society. He also understood that His primary job was not to bring about social, political or economic changes in his community. (Mark 10:45) "For even the Son of Man did not come to

    Quote: Some people will change when they see the light. Others change only when they feel the heat. Traditional. Quote: Everything continues in a state of rest unless it is compelled to change by forces impressed upon it. Issac Newton, First Law of Motion. Quote: Cornford’s Law: Nothing is more

  • Open Our Eyes

    Contributed by Douglas Bryan on Jan 19, 2003
    based on 50 ratings

    This sermon encourages hearers to allow Jesus, the Great Physician, to heal the blindness of their hearts.

    OPEN OUR EYES Mark 10:46-52 INTRODUCTION: ILL> Hymns & Haws Dentists Hymn - Crown Him with Many Crowns Contractors Hymn - The Church is One Foundation Weather Forecasters Hymn - There Shall be Showers of Blessing Optometrist - Open My Eyes Tailors - Holy, Holy, Holy Bakers - I Need Thee more