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  • You Cannot Silence What Is Just And Right

    Contributed by Michael Koplitz on Jun 1, 2021

    Jesus healed on the Sabbath. Where in the Bible does it say that you cannot do that? The question of what you can and cannot do and when is the debate.

    It is the Sabbath, and Yeshua went to the synagogue as all pious Hebrews did in His day. Mark’s author sets up the event by telling us that “they” were watching Him, observing what Yeshua was going to do. Why are they watching Him? At this point in the Gospel, the leaders of the various sects of more

  • Positive Escapism Series

    Contributed by Glenn Pease on Mar 27, 2021

    Jesus makes it clear that there is a time to take your stand, and there is also a time to retreat from your enemy so that you can be in control, and not at the mercy of the enemies choices.

    Some of history's greatest battles have been won by means of retreat. The 13 colonies won the first day of battle with England in the Revolutionary War because of a wise retreat. When Captain John Parker saw several hundred British Redcoats marching on the double toward his 70 or so more

  • Acceptable Anger Series

    Contributed by Glenn Pease on Mar 27, 2021

    Is it possible that we eliminate the vice of anger, but in so doing also eliminate the virtue of it? It is obviously not Christ like to be losing your temper and blasting people, and seeking revenge. But on the other hand, it is also not Christ like to never be angry at the forces of evil.

    I had an awful temper as a child. When I was in first or second grade I broke a pool cue over the head of one of my brother's friends, and for years after I was reminded that I caused the scar on his forehead. My older brother came close to getting even worse. In one of our fights he picked more

  • Privacy Series

    Contributed by Glenn Pease on Mar 27, 2021

    In Mark 6:32 Jesus departed into a desert place privately. He thought by going to a remote place He could be alone, but the people ran around the lake on foot, and when Jesus landed the crowd was there already waiting for Him.

    Jean Paul Sartre in No Exit has three characters in the play who are one by one ushered into hell. To their surprise it is not a place of punishment. There are no demons torturing and inflicting pain. They are left in a moderate size room with a few articles. There are no widows or mirrors, but more

  • Three Responses To Jesus Series

    Contributed by Donald Whitchard on Feb 3, 2021

    Mark 3: 7-12 presents a broad summary of the ministry of the Lord Jesus Christ thus far, getting the attention of three groups of people; those who are committed to Him; those who are curious about Him, and those who are hostile. Where do you stand?

    The five verses that are presented here have been described by noted pastor and author John MacArthur as "a sweeping summary" of Jesus' work, describing the growing impact of the LORD'S ministry among HIs people and those outside of Judea. By now, multitudes are following Him, more

  • Who Are You? Series

    Contributed by Aneel Aranha on Jan 20, 2021

    There are three categories of people who were to be found with Jesus: the committed, the curious, and the condemned. Which one are we?

  • Persecution--Coming To A Church Near You? Series

    Contributed by W Pat Cunningham on Jan 14, 2021

    We have two challenges: to make faith in Our Lord known and to so act that Americans turn back to Christ and the Church and repent and are healed. And at the foundation of that effort, we must pray, pray, pray.

    Feast of St Agnes 2021 Saint Agnes was martyred in the persecution of Diocletian, right about the year of our Lord 303. Now we in the United States tend to think in terms of four to eight years, the length of a presidential administration. But just imagine what life was like in the last half of more

  • Extending The Ministry Of Jesus

    Contributed by Christopher Holdsworth on Sep 30, 2020
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    Withdrawing from a Service to service. The setting apart of the Apostles.

    EXTENDING THE MINISTRY OF JESUS. Mark 3:7-19. “But Jesus withdrew” (Mark 3:7). After Jesus’ healing of a man with a withered hand, on the sabbath, in the synagogue (Mark 3:1-5); the Pharisees were found ‘immediately’ plotting with the Herodians against Jesus, ‘how they might destroy Him’ more

  • #15 Jesus: Pattern For Leadership Series

    Contributed by Chuck Sligh on Apr 26, 2020

    Jesus was a model of leadership. This message looks at principles of leadership from Mark 3:7-29

  • That All Humans Be Saved Series

    Contributed by W Pat Cunningham on Jan 19, 2019

    It is the will of God that all humans be saved, which was a crucial teaching of the Church all the way back to St. Paul.

    Thursday of 2nd Week in Course 2019 St Francis de Sales Jesus, our Lord, constantly had His mission from the Father in mind during His time on earth. That mission is to teach and heal, and to suffer and die for our salvation. It was the Father’s will that the Son should live as a real human being, more

  • Advent 2018 - The Provenance And Providence Of God Series

    Contributed by Stephen Belokur on Dec 7, 2018

    Many people need proof of the authenticity of Jesus the Christ who was born in a manger long ago. Matthew uses the genealogical record of Jesus in order to show Jesus' royal lineage. He also includes some folks in that lineage to show that the heart of the Lord is open to all!

  • Jesus Promises A Whole Lot Of Newness

    Contributed by Howard Gunter on Jun 10, 2018
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    New understanding of relationship with the Triune God and the family of God.

    Weekend Message/Devotion June 10, 2018 Mark 3:20-35 Jesus Promises A Whole Lot of Newness Today’s gospel reading is just jam packed with newness and His fresh approach to old and established thinking. Remember now that Jesus is in a place in history where the whole of Jewish more

  • Whose The Strong Man Now?

    Contributed by Ernie Arnold on May 23, 2018
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    This sermon focuses on two main points 1. The Supernatural is Real 2. Jesus Is the Stronger Man (Messiah - Son of God)

    Scripture: Mark 3:20 - 27 (reading Mark 3:7 - 27) Call to worship - Psalm 138 Theme: "You are the Son of God" This sermon focuses on two main points 1. The Supernatural is Real 2. Jesus Is the Stronger Man (Messiah - Son of God) INTRO: Grace and peace from God our Father and more

  • The Day Jesus Got Good And Mad Series

    Contributed by David Dykes on Jan 24, 2018
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    What caused Jesus to get angry?

    INTRODUCTION We’re going to be talking about anger in this message. When I was a kid, I enjoyed reading Marvel comic books. I can remember when they were only ten cents. Of course, Superman and Batman were my favorites. But I also remember reading about The Incredible Hulk. Cartoonist Stan Lee more

  • The Best Way To Understand Jesus's Teachings Series

    Contributed by W Pat Cunningham on Jan 13, 2018

    The magisterium is a two-thousand year old gift.

    Thursday of 2nd Week in Course 2018 Reformation/Revolution Our first lesson from First Samuel today documents the strong friendship that Jonathan, king Saul’s son, and David enjoyed. It also tells us that Saul was jealous of David because the people saw him as a better military leader than the more