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  • Not Far Is Too Far

    Contributed by Ernie Arnold on Oct 28, 2015
    based on 5 ratings

    It is possible to be very near the Kingdom of Heaven and yet never step into the Kingdom of Heaven.

    Scripture: Mark 12:28-34; Psalms 146 and Acts 26:24-29 Title: Not far is too far Proposition: It is possible to be very near to the Kingdom of Heaven and yet, never step into the Kingdom of Heaven. INTRO: Grace to you and peace in the name of Jesus Christ our Savior and LORD! more

  • Teaching To The Test... And Beyond

    Contributed by Monty Newton on Nov 10, 2015

    Ultimately, it is not only what you know... it is what you do with what you know.

    20151108 23rd Sunday after Pentecost B Title: Teaching to the Test... and Beyond Text: Mark 12:28-34 (Matthew 22:37-40 and Luke 10:25-28) Thesis: Ultimately, it is not only what you know… it’s what you do with what you know. Introduction Video Clip: “How NOT to Love more

  • Mirror, Mirror On The Wall - How Does God See Me?

    Contributed by Ernie Arnold on Oct 26, 2015
    based on 4 ratings

    In sharing God's great commandment we must understand how to love ourselves and love others. By seeing ourselves in God's mirror we are better able to have a spiritual self love and thereby live a life of love for God and others.

    Scripture: Mark 12:28-34; Psalms 146 and Hebrews 9:11-14 Theme: Seeing Yourself as God Sees You Proposition: In Sharing the Great Commandment, Jesus focuses on our love for God, our love for others and our love for ourselves. This sermon is designed to help us see ourselves as God sees us more

  • Worship With Love Series

    Contributed by Michael Deutsch on Feb 25, 2017

    A series about how to better worship the Lord. Part 4

    Worship with Love Mark 12:28-34 February 26, 2017 A number of years ago, a radio station ran a contest in which the disc jockeys asked their listeners to answer the question "Just for fun, when you wake up to the sound of FM-106, call and tell us the first words you said when you rolled out more

  • Questions And Answers Series

    Contributed by T.j. Conwell on Sep 21, 2014

    Jesus ends His public ministry with three key principles: God’s love commands us to love our neighbors; He sees every action we do (don't be a Pharisee); giving sacrificially is what God requires of us, even if it means giving all we have.

    Questions and Answers Mark 12:28-44 - Jesus is demonstrated in this book as a “servant” - Jesus’ teachings, while difficult for some to deal with, are always timely -- God always allows us to hear from Him at just the right time - This morning we have two more

  • Reasons For Faithfulness And Gratitude Series

    Contributed by W Pat Cunningham on May 28, 2016

    Every person is worthy of our giving.

    Thursday of 9th Week in Course St. Marcellinus We see today the convergence of these two readings with the commemoration of Ss. Marcellinus and Peter, who were martyred under Diocletian, but only after they had converted to Christ both their jailer and their executioner. They were considered more

  • Pharisees Question Commandments Series

    Contributed by John Lowe on May 24, 2018

    Here is a discourse that Christ had with a Pharisee-lawyer, about the great commandment found in the Law (that is, the laws given by God to His people Israel). In this passage, our Lord gives us what is known as “The Great Commandment."

    -Tuesday- Jerusalem Pharisees Question Commandments Matthew 22:34-40 (focal passage), Mark 12:28-34 Matthew 22:34-40 34 But when the Pharisees heard that He had silenced the Sadducees, they gathered together. 35 Then one of them, a lawyer, asked Him a question, testing Him, and more

  • The Great Commandment Of Love Series

    Contributed by Christopher Benfield on Jun 27, 2018

    Surrounded by legalist and religious tradition within the Temple, Jesus was questioned by an earnest scribe which of all the many commandments was greatest. Jesus answered with a convicting and compelling statement.

    The Great Commandment of Love Mark 12: 28-34 Jesus was often questioned and challenged concerning His interpretation of Scripture. Who better to know the word than the Word Himself? In this chapter He was questioned of the Pharisees concerning paying taxes, of the Sadducees concerning the more

  • Vertical And Horizontal Love Series

    Contributed by Ed Vasicek on Jan 18, 2016

    Today’s text leads us toward an answer toward life’s biggest question: What is God’s main goal for me on earth?

    Vertical and Horizontal Love Mark 12:28-34 1. Bernie and Esther were not the most religious Jews and in fact they really only went to Temple once a year. As they were leaving the Temple, the Rabbi said, "Bernie, it sure would be nice to see you and Esther here more than once a year!" "I know," more

  • Total Commitment Series

    Contributed by Kevin Ruffcorn on Mar 7, 2016

    Jesus summarizes the law in the Great Commandment, the scribes seek honor, and a poor widow gives all.

    Mark 12:28-44 “Total Commitment INTRODUCTION It doesn’t take long, while reading the gospel of Mark, to realize that the kingdom of God is a very different from the nations and societies of the world. When reflecting on the kingdom of God and what it means to be a disciple more

  • Love Is The Principle Thing

    Contributed by John White on Dec 5, 2017

    Defining and applying the love of God in the Christian.s life.

    Love Is The Principle Thing Mark 12:29-34 "And Jesus answered him, The first of all the commandments [is], Hear, O Israel; The Lord our God is one Lord: And thou shalt love the Lord thy God with all thy heart, and with all thy soul, and with all thy mind, and with all thy strength: this [is] more

  • Connecting With The Created Series

    Contributed by Denn Guptill on Oct 29, 2017

    We know we should love others as we love ourselves, but how do we love ourselves? This message looks at connect with ourselves.

    I was probably 9 or 10 when I first discovered Lego, as opposed to the soft plastic bricks that I had been playing with up to that time. Even though Lego had been around for 20 years it was only introduced in Canada in the early sixties. But even after I discovered the joys of Lego I didn’t more

  • Just "That Close" To Loving God Series

    Contributed by Jeff Strite on Feb 7, 2010
    based on 63 ratings

    Jesus told the young man that he "close to the Kingdom of God." What did He mean by that?

    OPEN: In my files I have the observations someone made about how our culture uses the word “heart.” • For example, a person without compassion is described as "heartless," and we urge them to "have a heart." • The truly evil are "black-hearted" while godly saints have more

  • See From God’s Heart

    Contributed by Daniel Austin on Feb 27, 2010
    based on 1 rating

    The greatest commandments are to love God with all our heart, and all our mind, and all our soul, and all our strength and to love others as ourselves. There are no commandments greater than these.

    See From God’s Heart 03/30/08 AM Reading: Mark 12:28-34 Introduction There is no other commandment greater than these - Matthew reports Jesus as saying that all the rest of the law and the prophets hinges on these two laws. (Matthew 7:12) This is the teaching of the laws of Moses in a nutshell. more

  • Love Neighbor: The Greatest Commandment Part 2 Series

    Contributed by Lynn Malone on Dec 5, 2018

    Equally as difficult in loving God is learning what it means to love our neighbor as a disciple of Jesus Christ. This sermon reflects on both the greatest commandment as well as the parable of the Good Samaritan

    All You Need is Love: Loving Others: The Greatest Commandment, Part 2 Mark 12: 28 – 34 We spent last week looking at what it means to love God. Hopefully, we discovered that we love what we’re passionate about, and that to love God is to desire Him, to devote ourselves to Him, and to more