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  • It All Starts With A Little Seed

    Contributed by Mark A. Barber on Jun 14, 2018
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    It is the message and not the messanger.

    It All Starts With a Tiny Seed Mark 4:26-34 When Jesus started to face opposition from grous like the Pharisees and Scribes, He started to address the crowds in parables. The purpose of the parable is twofold. On one hand, it is easy to understand the story as it comes from real life. Jesus ...read more

  • The Future Of The Church

    Contributed by I. G. Spong on Jun 11, 2018
     | 1,689 views

    What is the future of the Church? Should we worry about it? Who is responsible for church growth?

    Prelude What is the future of the Church? Should we worry about it? Who is responsible for church growth? Purpose: Let’s understand the unstoppable growth of God’s kingdom. Plan: We will look at Mark 4:26-34 and why optimism over the church’s future is valid, why the church will continue to grow ...read more

  • Umbrella Faith

    Contributed by Gaither Bailey on Jun 11, 2018
     | 1,365 views

    Man plants the seeds of the kingdom and God causes the growth.

    Umbrella Faith Mark 4:26 – 34 Intro: PASTOR: “There is nothing we can do but pray for rain. Go home, pray, believe and come back next Sunday ready to thank God for sending rain. NEXT SUNDAY PASTOR: “We can’t worship today because you do not believe.” MEMBER:”Pastor, we prayed and we do ...read more

  • Let's Throw Some Seeds!

    Contributed by Ernie Arnold on Jun 7, 2018
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     | 6,028 views

    Scripture: Mark 4:26-34 (cf. 26 - 29) Title: Let's Throw Some Seeds! Theme: Organic Christianity - Scattering Seeds of Growth I. There are some things that are under our Control II. There are some things that are totally under God's Control "Wisdom i

    Scripture: Mark 4:26-34 (cf. 26 - 29) Title: Let's Throw Some Seeds! Scripture: Mark 4:26-34 (cf. 26 - 29) Title: Let's Throw Some Seeds! Theme: Organic Christianity - Scattering Seeds of Growth I. There are some things that are under our Control II. There are some things that are ...read more

  • Dia Del Padre Y El Grano De Mostaza

    Contributed by Paul Andrew on Apr 16, 2018
     | 648 views

    Un pequeño comienzo

    11B Hoy celebramos el Dia del Padre y la parábola del Grano de Mostaza, nos invita a dar un pequeño comienzo….uno sumamente en pequeño y este es un buen consejo para los papás – Después de todo, el Padre de Jesús no es otro sino Dios – un ejemplo muy difícil de imitar. Y hablando del Dia ...read more

  • Light And Truth Series

    Contributed by David Dykes on Jan 24, 2018
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     | 4,275 views

    When people reject the light God gives them, they lose that truth and move deeper and deeper into darkness.

    INTRODUCTION We all know people who are not too bright. I’ve decided I don’t pick on Aggies and I don’t pick on Longhorns or even Baylor Bears, so today I guess I’ll make all the Razorback fans mad. There were two Razorbacks who had heard about a $50 all-inclusive cruise just for Razorback fans. ...read more

  • Famous Parables Of Sower, Seed, Tares, Mustard Seed, Leaven, Treasure, Pea Series

    Contributed by John Lowe on Aug 5, 2017
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     | 14,564 views

    The parables of Jesus are given in three of the Gospels; John is the only Gospel that doesn’t record any of His parables. Jesus used things that people were familiar with as the subject for the parables.

  • Little Is Much Series

    Contributed by Christopher Benfield on Jul 5, 2017
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     | 3,850 views

    Jesus used the tiny mustard seed as a comparison to the Kingdom of God. Although it was small, it had potential to become great. The church would start very small, but soon make a significant and eternal impact on humanity.

    Little is Much Mark 4: 30-34 As we continue in Mark, we come to the fourth and final parable Jesus revealed to His disciples during this moment of teaching. Due to the resistance and unbelief of many, Jesus chose to teach primarily in parables. Those who genuinely sought truth would receive it, ...read more

  • Kingdom Of God Secrets Series

    Contributed by Paul Clemente on Jan 16, 2017
     | 4,107 views

    The secret of the kingdom of god is being given!

    We are worshiping God and learning from the Gospel of Mark. Please open your Bibles to Mark 4… Our Scripture of the Week, Mark 4:11a, states that Jesus told His disciples “The secret of the kingdom of God has been given to you.” What do you think Jesus meant by that?? Jesus was simply saying ...read more

  • Growing God's Kingdom Series

    Contributed by Clair Sauer on Jun 23, 2016
     | 4,204 views

    When we plant the seed of our souls in God's care, we will be a part of the amazing, unimaginable, and yet seemingly mysterious growth of God's Kingdom.

    Several years ago, a company mailed out some special advertising business post cards with a mustard seed glued to it with a caption that went something like this: "If you have faith as small as this mustard seed in our (product), you are guaranteed to get excellent results and be totally ...read more

  • Unstoppable Growth Series

    Contributed by Brian Bill on May 18, 2016
     | 5,694 views

    What will it take for the concept of unreached people to become totally intolerable for us in the church?

    Unstoppable Growth Mark 4:21-34 Rev. Brian Bill May 14-15, 2016 David Platt, author of several books, including Radical, is now the president of the Southern Baptist’s International Foreign Mission Board. Beth and I heard him preach a sermon about a month ago that crushed me. ...read more

  • Word Problems Series

    Contributed by Kevin Ruffcorn on Jan 20, 2016
     | 2,769 views

    Parables of sower and mustard seeds

    Mark 4:1-34 “Word Problems” INTRODUCTION What is the difference between a fable and a parable? A fable is primarily didactic, a clever story meant to offer some insight into and instruction about life – think Aesop’s Fables for a moment. A parable, on the other ...read more

  • How Does Your Garden Grow?

    Contributed by David Roth on Sep 19, 2015
    based on 1 rating
     | 3,919 views

    Proper 6 (b) Christ Himself grows His church by His eternal Word, in and through us, and for and to others.

    J. J. May the words of my mouth, and the meditations of our hearts, be acceptable in Thy sight, O Lord, our Rock and our Redeemer. Amen. “How does your garden grow?” Do you garden much? Do you have a garden this year? We had a cold spring, and wet too, so some things ...read more

  • How To Grow God's Kingdom

    Contributed by Craig Condon on Jul 22, 2015
     | 2,534 views

    We, like the disciples, are expected to bear fruit by spreading the seeds of faith-namely, the Good News of salvation-and nurture it as best we can. Then, we have to let God go to work. God will eventually reap the harvest and save those who hear His word

    The Gospel reading from Mark 4:21-34 is a series of parables about the kingdom of God. Jesus used parables to explain the kingdom because the kingdom is so vast that our limited human minds can't understand it on our own. Jesus used these parables to explain the kingdom in terms that we, the ...read more

  • Sow Seeds Of Faith

    Contributed by William Baeta on Jun 13, 2015
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     | 7,504 views

    “The kingdom of God is as if a man should scatter seed on the ground. He sleeps and rises night and day, and the seed sprouts and grows; he knows not how”. (Mark 4:26-27)

    Mk. 4:26-34 Theme: Sow seeds of Faith Text: 1 Sam 16:1-13; 2 Cor. 5:6-10; Mk. 4:26-34 The last few weeks were one of the saddest in the history of our dear nation Ghana. We witnessed and experienced the tragedy caused by the floods that had unfortunately become a yearly routine. This year ...read more