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  • Signal Of The Soul

    Contributed by Ken Dillingham on Dec 29, 2003
    based on 30 ratings

    Evangelistic Sermon focused at two things. 1. To draw attention to the unsaved listener to the felt need of salvation. 2. To cause the church to realize that desparate people are all around us.

    Signals of the Soul Mark 5:2-6 I. Introduction A. There are various signs, certain signals, that are given by men who are prisoners of war, or floating helplessly on the wreck of a ship, or stranded in some way. Signals that make their presence and peril known to a busy outside world. more

  • "The Salvation Of A Naked Rock Star"

    Contributed by Jerry Depoy on Dec 10, 2003
    based on 17 ratings

    Who is the naked star in the text? The demon possessed man of the Gadarenes ran about naked in the rocks and caves at "night." Hence, the title. In this message will take a biblical look at what it means to be saved. Saved "from what?" Saved "for what

    Title: “The Salvation of a Naked Rock Star” Introduction: Who is the naked star in the text? The demon possessed man of the Gadarenes ran about naked in the rocks and caves at night. Hence, the title. In this message will take a biblical look at what it means to be saved. We will also more

  • The Miracle In Gadara.

    Contributed by Melvin Shelton on Nov 26, 2003
    based on 22 ratings

    Isn’t it amazing that people in Jesus day were so blind, while the demons were so clear about who Jesus was?

    The miracle in Gadara. Mark 5:1 -- 20. 11/23/03 Down in South Carolina, there was this area part swamp land and wooded area pretty far from any house. One evening I decided I would go hunting in that area. I would carry my bow and arrows and tree stand about a mile and one-half back in the more

  • Pleading With Jesus

    Contributed by Larry Brincefield on Nov 21, 2003
    based on 21 ratings

    1. The Demons Pleaded with Jesus. 2. The People Pleaded with Jesus. 3. The Demon-possessed Man Pleaded with Jesus

    November 16, 2003 Title: Pleading with Jesus Text: Mark 5:1-20 Introduction 1. The devil and his demons have become a big joke... people picture him wearing red long johns... with horns and a pitchfork... and it causes people to not take it seriously... in fact, many people don’t more

  • The Man Who Lived In A Cemetery

    Contributed by Mike Turner on Nov 1, 2003
    based on 43 ratings

    Sermon on the encounter of Christ, and the man who lived among the tombs !

    The Man Who Lived In The Cemetery Mark 5:1-20 As Jesus stepped on shore in the country of Gadarenes, he is immediately met by a man who is totally consumed by darkness. This man is a sad and pitiful picture of a sinful soul now totally posessed of more

  • From Ruin To Redemption

    Contributed by Donnie Martin on Oct 27, 2003
    based on 125 ratings

    Christ’s power over evil is seen in (1) The Depths Of Satan’s Control, (2) The Deliverance Wrought By Christ, and (3) The Difference In This Man’s Conduct.

    From Ruin To Redemption Text: Mark 5: 1-6, 15 Intro: Today’s text vividly portrays the depths to which a person under Satan’s control can sink. But that’s not all that is in view here. We also see in sharp contrast to this former destructive condition the power of God to deliver one more

  • "Commission"

    Contributed by Clark Tanner on Oct 20, 2003
    based on 76 ratings

    Jesus had a commission from the Father, which He fulfilled perfectly. We also have a commission, but ministry opportunities aren’t always pretty.

    I call the Gospel of Mark the ‘guy’s gospel’. It’s full of action from the very start. It is descriptive. Jesus sleeps in the boat during a storm, we’re told by Matthew Mark and Luke, but only Mark mentions that He’s sleeping on a cushion (4:38). All four Gospel writers tell of His feeding more

  • "Demons That Oppress You"

    Contributed by Ray Scott on Sep 26, 2003
    based on 147 ratings

    Although Christians cannot be demon possessed, we can be demon oppressed. This message shows some of the ways Christians can be demon oppressed.

    “Demons That Oppress You” Mark 5:1-20 INTRODUCTION – We continue in our series on ‘Great Events In The Life And Ministry Of Jesus’. Jesus cast out demons several times in His ministry. TODAY, we are going to look and see that He can cast some demons out of YOUR life. NOW … let me make this more

  • Mercy To All Series

    Contributed by Chris Hodges on Sep 8, 2003
    based on 29 ratings

    To note that the Lord is willing to have mercy on all people.

    The Gospel of Mark #13: Mercy to All Text: Mark 5:1-20 Thesis: To note that the Lord is willing to have mercy on all people. Introduction: (1) After telling several parables to the crowd, Jesus and His disciples board a boat in order to cross over to the other side. (a) While they more

  • Winning The War Series

    Contributed by Ewen Huffman on Sep 2, 2003
    based on 7 ratings

    We are in a battle. The church is an army, not a hospital, and we signed up for a battle-ship not a cruise liner. But how can we win in the battle of life and faith? This passage shows how.

    Winning the war Mk5:1-20 WBC 31/08/03pm I think we forget what a battle the Christian faith is! - join up for this luxury cruiser that will take us to heaven - find it’s a sleek battleship and - God isn’t particularly sympathetic when we say we don’t like the ‘heat of the day’… battle To more

  • The Wild Man Series

    Contributed by Byron Harvey on Jul 16, 2003
    based on 73 ratings

    This is a message in a series I preached on Witnesses of Jesus Christ. Each message is preceded by a dramatic monologue, which is included.

    Demoniac (Adapted from a drama originally performed by Curt Cloninger) “You go way from me. You go way from me. I know who you are, Jesus; I know who you are! You a holy man; You a holy man Don’t come up here by me; don’t come up here by me! No! No no no no no! Don’t come up more

  • God's Love

    Contributed by Mark Elkins on Jun 30, 2003
    based on 41 ratings

    Understanding that God is love. True love isn’t an emotion, it is God! And God’s love transcends everything. Nothing can keep God’s love from anyone!

    A couple had been married for fifty years. “Things have really changed,” she said. “You used to sit so close to me.” “Well I can remedy that,” he said moving close to her on the couch. “And you used to hold me tight,” she said. “How’s that,” he said as he gave her a big hug. “ Do you remember more

  • What Satan, Society And A Savior Can Do For A Man

    Contributed by Jeffrey Kellum on May 21, 2003
    based on 28 ratings

    Different reactions to sin oppression

    INTRODUCTION: Read Story from Mark 5 TEXTUAL IDEA: The story of the healing of the demon possessed man shows us much about the relationship demons have with man and Christ. SERMON IDEA: What Satan, Society and a Savior Can Do For a Man NEED: To develop healthy spiritual more

  • The Charge Of The Church

    Contributed by Norris Harris I on Apr 30, 2003
    based on 44 ratings

    This message deals with four prime objectives to be achieved on fulfilling our charge to this present age.

    We Need To talk! I want to chat with you from the subject “The Charge of the Church.” The Scripture upon which I base my argument is penned by John Mark in his Gospel Narrative: Mark 5:17-20. In that second stanza of Charles Wesley’s hymn “A Charge to Keep I Have,” he wrote: “To serve the more

  • A Restored Mind

    Contributed by Norris Harris I on Mar 4, 2003
    based on 56 ratings

    It is interesting to have a Whole Side of You that is Not Tapped: that’s Your Spiritual Side. And we’ve live so long simply dealing with the Intellect and the Flesh, the Sensual and Intellectual Side, that a Whole Side of Us Goes Untapped; and that’s Our

    In MARK’S GOSPEL, CHAPTER 5, is recorded the incident of JESUS AND THE DEMONIAC, or THE MAN WHO WAS POSSES- SED WITH THE LEGION; and a Legion in the Roman army was 6,000 men. Now Matthew and Luke see Two Men and Mark only deals with One. And the theologians tell me that Mark’s is the Middle more