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  • Living In Two Worlds Series

    Contributed by C. Philip Green on Mar 13, 2010
    based on 5 ratings

    In order to live as citizens of heaven on this earth, we must give back to the government the things that belong to it (i.e., taxes), and give ourselves wholeheartedly to the Lord, knowing Him and loving Him with the totality of our being.

    In the summer of 2004, Warren Beamer, a missionary from San Antonio, Texas, visited an orphanage in Nigeria. Beamer was startled when one of the children at the orphanage spoke to him with a southern accent. The girl quickly shared that she was from Houston, Texas. To convince the missionary more

  • Tuesday--The God Fo The Living Series

    Contributed by Kevin Ruffcorn on Mar 11, 2010
    based on 2 ratings

    For Jesus, the kingdom of God is not primarily about the dead, but about the living, not primarily about life after death, but about life in this world.

    Mark 12:18-27 “Tuesday—God of the Living” INTRODUCTION For the past couple of weeks, the world has been enjoying the competition of the Winter Olympics. There have been some close competitions. A few major upsets, like the United States hockey team defeating Canada more

  • You're Way Off, Dude! Series

    Contributed by Jason Jones on Oct 30, 2008

    Exposition of Mark 12:18-27 regarding the Sadducees and their question about marriage, resurrection, and the afterlife

    Text: Mark 12:18-27, Title: You’re Way Off, Dude, Date/Place: NRBC, 11/2/08, PM A. Opening illustration: Sunday School conversation that we were having about how we act and specifically what we say around really smart or really godly people… B. Background to passage: This is the second of four more

  • The Dating Game Series

    Contributed by Ken Pell on Jun 2, 2008
    based on 2 ratings

    There are two complimentary components of a God-honored life; knowledge of Scripture and faith-motivated action.

    THE DATING GAME Mark 12:18-27 Sermon Objective: There are two complimentary components of a God-honored life; knowledge of Scripture and faith-motivated action. Supporting Scripture: 1 Kings 18:20-39; Hebrews 11:6, James 2:14-26 18Then the Sadducees, who say there is no resurrection, came more

  • It's Really Me, Really

    Contributed by Roy Probus on May 17, 2008
    based on 3 ratings

    We must first love ourselves before we can love others. Looking at our friends should help us define who we are but not at the expense of ourselves.

    Nornan, what a mess. Jim burns tells a story of a friend of his named Norman. Some of you know someone like him. Norman was the type of person to change fads and friends very quickly. During his high school years, Norman was a: i. Surfer ii. Punk rocker iii. Football team manager iv. Cross more

  • "Faulty Religion And Stupid Questions"

    Contributed by Clark Tanner on Mar 3, 2008
    based on 10 ratings

    When a person’s religion is false at its foundation, they won’t even know the right questions to ask.

    Some Sadducees (who say that there is no resurrection) came to Jesus, and began questioning Him, saying, 19 “Teacher, Moses wrote for us that IF A MAN’S BROTHER DIES and leaves behind a wife AND LEAVES NO CHILD, HIS BROTHER SHOULD MARRY THE WIFE AND RAISE UP CHILDREN TO HIS BROTHER. 20 “There were more

  • Choosing Between Two Evils Series

    Contributed by Peter Loughman on Feb 5, 2008
    based on 10 ratings

    Anytime you find yourself choosing between two evils, step back and asses the situation – Is the question before you in reality a moral dilemma, or is it just something you do not want to do? God promises us that He will not place us in such situations.

    A man and woman find themselves standing at the pearly gates. Saint Peter, to his surprise, finds the couple very disappointed to be getting into heaven. You see, they were on their way to get married and instead of arriving at their wedding, they ended up at the entrance of heaven. The bride is more

  • Are You Not In Error...? Series

    Contributed by Brian Bill on Oct 14, 2007
    based on 4 ratings

    Jesus wants to know...Do you know it? Do you show it?

    “Are You Not in Error…?” Mark 12:24 Rev. Brian Bill 10/14/07 A father and son went fishing one day and while they were out in their boat, the boy suddenly became curious about the world around him and started asking questions. He asked his father, “Dad, what makes this more

  • The Failure Of A Success

    Contributed by Jimmy Chapman on Jan 18, 2007
    based on 5 ratings

    Lessons from a fool

    The Failure Of A Success Luke 12:13-21 It would be interesting and revealing some day to do an exit poll to find out all the things that people had thought about during the sermon. Some young men would no doubt be thinking, “I wonder who that beautiful is sitting three rows over? I wonder more

  • Worldviews

    Contributed by Rodney Buchanan on Aug 20, 2006
    based on 5 ratings

    A look at the religious groups of Jesus day and how they were affected by their culture (as might be): 1. Zealots 2.Phariasees 3. Saduccees 4. Scribes 5. Herodians 6. Essenes

    How would you like it if someone spit on you? In our cultural setting it would be a sign of disrespect, an attempt to shame and humiliate a person. But for some cultures, it has an entirely different meaning. I am reading a wonderful book entitled Christianity Rediscovered. It is written by a more

  • When We Get To Heaven

    Contributed by Val Black on Nov 23, 2005
    based on 30 ratings

    Have you ever wondered what we will be like in Heaven? Will people recognize us? What will our bodies be like? Will we be sad knowing we have left others behind? Lets find some answers from scripture!

    When We Get To Heaven I. In Mark, Chapter 12, religious leaders confront Jesus and try to catch him with trick questions. Some of them asked, "Should we pay taxes to Caesar or not?" Jesus asked for a penny. Someone gave Him one. Holding it up so they could see, Jesus asked whose image was on more

  • Where Are The Figs?

    Contributed by Ralph Andrus on Jul 20, 2005
    based on 8 ratings

    On a close inspection of our life what do we find. Have my years of privileged & opportunity through my sin & indifference has carried me future & further from God?

    Where Are The Figs? Mk. 12:11-21 Many are like that famous painting of olden time, in which the artist depicted what seemed at a distance a holy friar with a book before him,, and his hands crossed in devotion, looking like a saint indeed, but when you came close to the venerable impostor, you more

  • What Belongs To God Series

    Contributed by Tom Fuller on Apr 22, 2005
    based on 13 ratings

    As Jesus addresses the attacks of the religious leaders, He teaches us how to be good stewards, good citizens, and good students of the Word.

    For more Bible studies visit: At the end of the previous chapter Jesus has just had encounter with the Pharisees and Teachers of the Law who demanded to know His authority. Jesus would not tell them unless they expressed an opinion about John the Baptist’s authority more

  • Escaping The Trap Series

    Contributed by David Asch on Feb 16, 2005
    based on 33 ratings

    How do we escape the traps of life, religion, etc? How do we get out, how do we keep out? In this message we discover the keys as we see some religious leaders try to trap Jesus.

    ESCAPING THE TRAP Mark 12:13-27 INTRO: Pitch the hamster – feeling trapped. A hum-drum existence, punctuated by brief moments of excitement. Eat the food. Run on the wheel. Over and over again. Not able to be all a hamster could be. You could tell it was getting to her – more urgent climbing more

  • Giving To Caesar, Giving To God Series

    Contributed by Timothy Peck on Aug 5, 2003
    based on 55 ratings

    We owe our nation our support, but we owe God our wholehearted devotion.

    As you all know, our nation is at war. We’ve been expecting it to come for several weeks, but this week it finally came. And whenever war comes, it comes as a tragedy for all involved. And the dilemma for me as a pastor is what to preach about today. I’m sure many pastors will be interrupting more