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  • A Country Divided Cannot Stand

    Contributed by The Rev Deniray Mueller on Jul 12, 2021

    unless we work together we will never see the Kingdom of God

    Mark 3:20-35 Dear Lord, may your words be heard in our ears, felt in our hearts, and carried in our souls. Amen Just about every family has that one family member who is a little different from everyone else. This is the person who, at family reunions, everyone talks about to others, or rolls more

  • Looking A Little Bit Crazy

    Contributed by Charles Jones on Jul 4, 2021
    based on 2 ratings

    To some outsiders, it must look a little bit crazy. Cause all you talk about is God and Church. Why are you always trying to invite me to church? What's up with all of these stage lights, bands and video screens?

  • A House Not Made With Hands

    Contributed by Mary Erickson on Jun 7, 2021

    A sermon for Pentecost Year B, Lectionary 10

    June 6, 2021 Hope Lutheran Church Rev. Mary Erickson Mark 3:20-35; 2 Corinthians 4:13-5:1 A House Not Made with Hands Friends, may grace and peace be yours in abundance in the knowledge of God and Christ Jesus our Lord. “We have a building from God, a house not made with hands.” (2 Corinthians more

  • Jesus Deals With Criticism

    Contributed by Revd. Martin Dale on Jun 5, 2021

    Having read the Gospel passage I found myself asking the question How do we deal with criticism? And Should we complain as much as we do?

    Having read the Gospel passage I found myself asking the question How do we deal with criticism? How do we deal with complaints Should we complain as much as we do? Story This reminds me of the story about a Trappist monk. Trappist monks take a vow of silence and in this particular monastery more

  • Accusing Jesus

    Contributed by I. G. Spong on Jun 4, 2021

    Was Jesus ever falsely accused? Purpose: Did He face vilification? Plan: Let’s look at how Jesus handled unfair criticism in Mark 3:20-35.

    Intro Was Jesus ever falsely accused? Purpose: Did He face vilification? Plan: Let’s look at how Jesus handled unfair criticism in Mark 3:20-35. Is our Faith Crazy? Are Christians nuts because of their self-sacrifice? Mark 3:20 Then the multitude came together again, so that they could not so more

  • "The Cosmic War And The Ministry Of Jesus”

    Contributed by Clarence Eisberg on Jun 3, 2021

    This sermon has a quote from Leonard Sweet, and an illustration from WWII. The Pharisees challenges the power of Jesus to heal. To reject the work of the Holy Spirit, through Jesus is to reject Jesus and is unforgivable.

    In Jesus Holy Name June 6, 2021 Redeemer Text: Mark 3:28-29 “The Cosmic War and the Ministry of Jesus” Today’s Gospel reading brings us to a challenge very early in the ministry of Jesus. Jesus has been baptized by John in the Jordan River and returns to his home town more

  • The Character Assassination Of Jesus

    Contributed by John Gaston on Jun 2, 2021
    based on 1 rating

    There was a wonderful atmosphere around Jesus: there was the prophetic, the counter-culture, the miracles, the crowds, the excitement. But not everyone liked it. The carnal tried to suppress the Spirit.

    THE CHARACTER ASSASSINATION OF JESUS Mark 3:20-35 INTRODUCTION A. HUMOR: ONE LINERS 1. My doctor asked if anyone in my family suffered from mental illness. “No,” I said, “we all seem to enjoy it.” 2. I thought the dryer made my clothes shrink. Turns out it was the refrigerator. 3. I went more

  • Water Is Thicker Than Blood

    Contributed by Michael Koplitz on Jun 2, 2021

    Water is what brings Christians together. Our baptism by water makes us all family. The bonds of the branches to the vine should be stronger than blood bonds.

    The old saying that “blood is thicker than water” was being upended in this narrative. In this case, one can say that water is thicker than blood. Water is referring to the initiation rite of baptism. At that ceremony, the person being baptized with water becomes a member of the Christian family. more

  • A House Divided?

    Contributed by Ian Bullock on Jun 2, 2021
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    A look at the challenges that Jesus lays down in this passage, and how it speaks to us here and now, and how we need to stay strong and united for the road ahead

    In the name of the Father, Son and Holy Spirit. Amen. At the end of a busy day, after we have had tea, and Mikki has gone to bed, I will often crash on the sofa and watch a film, but more often than not it has to be a film that grabs me straight away otherwise I can get bored if it takes too long more

  • Can You Recognize Evil?

    Contributed by Michael Koplitz on Jun 1, 2021

    Satan manifests in many different ways. Can you recognize the ways especially when Satan is attacking you?

    Unfortunately, we have to accept that two opposing forces are working in the LORD’s Universe. They are called good and evil. They are created by the positive and negative energies that exist. An accumulation of positive energy is remarkable for a person to have. However, the truth is that you want more

  • Half A Deck

    Contributed by Gaither Bailey on Jun 1, 2021
    based on 2 ratings

    People may think we are crazy for following Jesus.

  • The Unforgivable Sin: An Exposition Of Mark 3:20-35

    Contributed by Mark A. Barber on May 29, 2021

    What is the unforgivable sin? How do we avoid it?

    The Unforgivable Sin: An Exposition of Mark 3:20-35 The fact that Jesus states that there is a sin one can commit which cannot be forgiven in either this life or the next is frightening. What is this sin? Can I commit this sin? The Christians who are terrified that they might have crossed that more

  • Christ And Criticism Series

    Contributed by Glenn Pease on Mar 27, 2021

    There is a legitimate place for expressing critical feelings. It is just that it is a delicate matter. It is almost as delicate as trying to catch soap bubbles on a pin.

    Some years back at the University of Wisconsin a group of literary students formed a club. The purpose of the club was to criticize. The members would submit a story, and it would be dissected mercilessly with no punches pulled. The sessions were so brutal that the club members dubbed themselves, more

  • Ruin Without Remedy Series

    Contributed by Glenn Pease on Mar 27, 2021

    The unforgivable sin is not a sin you can stumble into accidentally, or perform in ignorance. You can blaspheme God and Christ in ignorance not knowing what you are doing, but the unforgivable sin is a sin done with clear and certain knowledge.