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    Contributed by Dr. Abraham Obadare on Dec 23, 2020
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    We must be careful for the spirit of selfishness and betrayal, according to the teachings in Mark 14

    Chief Priests & Scribes (copiers of royal and sacred manuscripts) sought to kill Jesus (14:1-2) • From the sense of Mark 14:53 & Matt. 26:3-4 where both chief priests and high priests are mentioned in the same verse, one could understand that the terms are not used interchangeably. High ...read more

  • Keep Calm And... Series

    Contributed by James Jackson on Aug 11, 2020
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    On the most chaotic, stress-filled day of His life, Jesus modeled calm and stayed in control. Here are four things we can learn from Jesus about keeping calm.

    A few years ago, I started noticing this poster everywhere: Keep Calm and Carry On. It was on social media. T-Shirts. Coffee mugs. And it wasn’t long after that that you started seeing all the variations to it: [advance each one] • Keep calm and wash your hands (that one has just been in the ...read more

  • The Emotional Jesus

    Contributed by Derrick Tuper on Apr 6, 2020
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    Today is Palm Sunday. And in Jesus' triumphal entry, and elsewhere, we see the emotional side of Jesus. What did it mean then and what does it mean for us today?

    THE EMOTIONAL JESUS Palm Sunday In Our Griefshare group there has been a focus on the caring side of Jesus. It's important that we see the emotional aspect of Jesus. We need to understand that he is not just the Master of the Universe, he's not just the Savior, he's not just the King ...read more

  • Hope: When All Else Fails

    Contributed by Steve Pearman on Mar 23, 2020
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    This message was given on the first weekend the UK shut churches due to coronavirus

    When All Else Fails Scripture: Mark 14:32-40 In this passage in the bible we read of this moment when Jesus – God’s Son is about to carry out the biggest thing in history. He KNOWS!! He knows what’s about to happen. He’s spent time teaching on it. He’s just had Passover with His disciples ...read more

  • Sermon 2: Gethsemane Series

    Contributed by Chuck Sligh on Jan 5, 2020
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    We will never be able to comprehend the cosmic struggle Jesus experienced in the Garden of Gethsemane the night before his crucifixion. The sermon helps us to see the emotional struggle between Jesus’ human and divine sides, and what that teaches us.

    Sermon 2: Gethsemane Series: 82 Hours: Countdown to the Resurrection Chuck Sligh Preaching March 31, 2019 NOTE: A PowerPoint presentation is available for this sermon by request at chucksligh@hotmail.com. Please mention the title of the sermon and the Bible text to help me find the sermon in my ...read more

  • The Chrismas Blues

    Contributed by Dennis King on Dec 19, 2019
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    During this holiday season minor problems seem to grow

    Some people are strongly affected by the “Christmas Blues.” Minor problems seem to grow in magnitude during this season which should be devoted to 'glad tidings and joyfulness. It seems we've all have some problems from time to time. I'm not talking about trivial things like; what ...read more

  • The 7 Backward Steps Of Peter

    Contributed by John Gaston on Nov 10, 2019
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    Peter, the greatest of the 12, a man of faith & power, took 7 backward steps that nearly ruined his ministry. But God's love & grace was greater than his sin. He was restored and again became God's prime mover. Look for these 7 steps in your life.

    THE 7 BACKWARD STEPS OF PETER Mk. 14:30-72 INTRODUCTION A. HUMOR 1. A college student went into a large pet supply store and approached the pet food counter, “Hi! I would like to order 30,000 cockroaches to be picked up tomorrow, please.” 2. The astonished clerk said, “What in the world would ...read more

  • The Grief Of Gethsemane Series

    Contributed by John Lowe on Oct 29, 2019
     | 1,885 views

    When Jesus went to Gethsemane, on this occasion, there were two things He wanted. He wanted human fellowship and He wanted God’s fellowship.

    HARMONY OF THE GOSPELS (24) The Grief of Gethsemane Scripture: Matthew 26:30, 36-46; Mark 14:26, 32-42 (Focal Passage); Luke 22:39-46; John 18:1 Tom Lowe 1/10/2008 Location: Mount of Olives Date: Thursday-Friday of Jesus’ Final Week O my God, my soul is cast down within me: therefore will I ...read more

  • Clashing Of Wills On The Way To The Cross Series

    Contributed by Charles Cunningham on Aug 20, 2019
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    Jesus met fierce opposition from ruling class hypocrites whose false narrative about Him was rooted in deep jealousy. By His decision to keep doing His Father's Will for the sake of mankind, love prevailed over hypocrisy.

    GOOD NEWS PRESENTED BY MARK Study of the Gospel According to Mark As you read Mark, be aware that you are reading the very first written account of the ministry of Jesus ...read more

  • The Battle In Gethsemane

    Contributed by David Mende on Apr 15, 2019
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     | 4,375 views

    We must be eternally grateful to Christ because he submitted to the Father’s will in Gethsemane so that we can be saved. I would be delighted if you could rate this sermon and give brief feedback.

    Introduction: Can you imagine the most painful situation that you faced in your life? We all experience agony and pain in our lives. People who lived during the Bible times also faced painful situations. Imagine the pain that Abraham went through as he prepared to offer his son, Isaac as a ...read more

  • "Your Will Be Done” Series

    Contributed by Dave Mcfadden on Mar 25, 2019
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    A consideration of our Lord's struggle in Gethsemane.

    Jesus was about to face the cross. To prepare for what He knew He must do, He retreated to Gethsemane’s garden with His disciples. He had them sit at a certain place and then the three who were closest to Him went a little farther into the garden. As they walked, He said, “My soul is overwhelmed ...read more

  • Agony In Gethsemane Series

    Contributed by Christopher Benfield on Oct 31, 2018
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    It is hard for us to comprehend the dual nature of Christ - being fully God and fully man. As He endured the agonies of Gethsemane, His humanity cried out regarding the physical suffering, while His deity cried out regarding the sin and separation.

    Agony in Gethsemane Mark 14: 32-42 As we continue to follow Jesus on this faithful night, His impending betrayal and crucifixion are drawing closer with each passing moment. Supper had ended, and along with the eleven, Jesus made His way from Jerusalem toward the Garden of Gethsemane. As they ...read more

  • The Stations Of The Cross

    Contributed by Howard Gunter on Mar 25, 2018
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     | 6,348 views

    The final hours of Jesus

    Weekend Message/Devotion March 25, 2018 Reading: Mark 14:1-15:47 The Stations of the Cross For years, I have preached the “Stations of the Cross” every Palm Sunday. Why? That is an excellent question. The answer is simple: The stations represent the final steps of our Savior in His ...read more

  • Wanting What He Wills

    Contributed by Brian Bill on Feb 17, 2018
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    A sermon plumbing the depths of Jesus' agony in the Garden of Gethsemane.

    One of my favorite scenes from the Andy Griffith show is when Barney Fife fights hard to stay awake during a sermon. Have you ever tried to pray but went astray because you fell asleep? Have you ever had a hard time staying awake in church? I can’t imagine that ever happening here! During our ...read more

  • Gethsemane: The World's Greatest Battle Series

    Contributed by David Dykes on Jan 28, 2018
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     | 14,619 views

    What is your personal Gethsemane? What crushing experience are you facing? A bad marriage? A health issue? Your job? What is putting pressure on you like an olive press? Whatever form your Gethsemane takes, you can find peace in your pressure.

    INTRODUCTION A guy kept forgetting his passwords to login to his computer, so he finally changed his password to the word “incorrect.” That way, whenever he put in the wrong password his computer would remind him that his password is incorrect! We come to the passage where Jesus is praying in ...read more