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  • Having A Burden For Your Family

    Contributed by Kevin L. Jones on Aug 19, 2013
    based on 7 ratings

    The title says it all... What happens when a believer has an intense burden for the salvation of a loved one.

    Having A Burden For Your Family Mark 5:21-24; 35-42 If you have children… you care about meeting their needs. There are: 1) Physical Needs 2) Emotional Needs 3) Financial Needs 4) Spiritual Needs Some of you have elderly parents and you desire to meet their needs and make sure more

  • Venciendo La Duda Series

    Contributed by Humberto Hilario on Jul 26, 2014
    based on 1 rating

    La duda es el enemigo numero uno de la fe y de la efectividad de la misma.

    Marcos 5:25 Pero una mujer que desde hacía doce años padecía de flujo de sangre, Marcos 5:26 y había sufrido mucho de muchos médicos, y gastado todo lo que tenía, y nada había aprovechado, antes le iba peor, Marcos 5:27 cuando oyó hablar de Jesús, vino por detrás entre la multitud, y tocó su more

  • The Great Physcian

    Contributed by Barney Lewis on May 18, 2014
    based on 6 ratings

    Hope and Deliverance

    Mark 5:21-29 The Greatest Physician All of us have visited a doctor’s office at one time or another in our lives. When you go to the doctor you may have noticed somebody making notes in your chart. They record your temperature, pulse, and blood pressure. They record your symptoms as well more

  • Hope

    Contributed by Rev. Randy Barker on Aug 16, 2014
    based on 3 ratings


    Due to the large amount of sermons and topics that appear on this site I feel it is necessary to post this disclaimer on all sermons posted. my sermon ideas and illustrations are often taken from many sources including those at, there could be instances where other more

  • Dealing With Issues Series

    Contributed by Tim White on Mar 12, 2014

    Jesus deals with the woman with an issue of blood.

    • Boston's Charles Street jail used to be home to the city's most notorious characters. Among its former inmates was Frank Abagnale, Jr., the con artist portrayed by Leonardo DiCaprio in the feature film "Catch Me If You Can" (Steven Spielberg, 2002). Once the paragon of prison architecture, more

  • A Contrast In Twelves Series

    Contributed by Ed Vasicek on Aug 25, 2014

    God has an agenda for believers to grow in their trust of him.

    A Contrast in Twelves (Mark 5: 21-43) 1. There are quite a few number jokes out there. • What did the zero say to the 8? Nice belt! • Why is the number six so scared? Because seven eight nine! • What has 6 wheels and flies? A garbage truck. • 6 out of 5 people more

  • God's Goals Vs Satan's Goals

    Contributed by David Wilson on Sep 16, 2013
    based on 1 rating

    This sermon is a contrast between God's goals for the believer and the church and Satan's goals for individuals. God wants to make us like Christ, Satan wants to slowly destroy us.

    The Two Goals of the Church: 1) Reach people for Christ. 2) Grow people in Christ. Biblical basis: Matthew 28:18-20 (called the Great Commission) God's goal for You: To work in all things for our good in order to conform us to the image of his Son, Jesus Christ, Biblical basis: more

  • Dwelling In The Land Of Desperation "Debilitating Disease"

    Contributed by Donald Cantrell on Feb 24, 2014
    based on 1 rating

    This sermon considers the woman with an issue of blood. In her desperation she found delight.

    Title: “Dwelling In the Land of Desperation – Debilitating Disease” Theme: “She lived in desperation, but she didn’t die there” Text: “Mark 5: 25 – 34” Mar 5:25 KJV - And a certain woman, which had an issue of blood twelve years, Mar 5:26 more

  • Touch....down....worship

    Contributed by Kraig Pullam on Feb 15, 2014
    based on 1 rating

    The posture of an unnamed woman in an innumerable crowd becomes the portrait of a worshipper who moves the heart of God.

    I. Touch (If I may touch) To see this woman you need to look low. Look down. That’s where she lives. Low to the ground. Low on the priority list. Los on the social scale. She’s low. Can you see it? Her hand? Gnarled. Thin. Diseased. Dirt blackens the nails and stains the skin. more

  • "Stealing A Miracle" Series

    Contributed by David Henderson on Apr 3, 2017

    Jesus never encountered a need that that overwhelmed him. He never met a problem he couldn’t solve and he never encountered a disease he couldn’t cure.

    “Stealing a Miracle” Mark 5:21-43 Some of you work in jobs where it is necessary to be able to multitask. To do several things at one time. We talk on the phone to deal with one client and another client on the computer. We walk and chew gum. We are in a meeting-we’re listening but we’re also more

  • Faith Of Jairus, Synagogue Leader Series

    Contributed by Paul Clemente on Feb 13, 2017

    Christians should follow the faith of Jairus!

    Let’s continue to worship our God by learning form the Gospel by Mark. We have noted from the beginning of the Gospel that Jesus Christ was proclaimed Messiah God by prophets in the Old Testament and then John the Baptist prepared the way for Christ for the people of Israel. After He was water more

  • Faith In The Midst Of Despair Series

    Contributed by Christopher Benfield on Jul 26, 2017
    based on 1 rating

    Jairus had a great need, and he met One greater than his need. When he faced an impossibility, Jesus provided life. We all have difficulties beyond our control. We have great needs, and we serve a great Christ for our needs.

    Faith in the midst of Despair Mark 5: 21-24; 35-43 Following the great miracle in Gadara where the demonic was healed, Jesus made His way back across the Sea of Galilee. Most agree He returned to the region around Capernaum, the home-base for His ministry. As soon as Jesus steps out of the more

  • What Movie Is Playing In Your Mind?

    Contributed by Barry O Johnson on Aug 15, 2017

    What we see in our minds is critical to our ability to walk in this life as Jesus did when He was on earth. But far too many of us allow "movies" to play that should be deleted.

    An article in a recent USA Today reported that in an online survey of 1000 adults, “three-quarters of Americans believe the country was better off in the ‘80s than now.” What is noteworthy about the poll is that some who answered in the affirmative weren’t even alive during the 1980s. Isn’t more

  • The Touch Of Deliverance Series

    Contributed by Christopher Benfield on Aug 9, 2017
    based on 1 rating

    Jesus dealt with a woman who faced a desperate situation. She had faced an infirmity for twelve long years, and spent all she had in search of healing. When all she had left was faith, she discovered that she had all she needed.

    The Touch of Deliverance Mark 5: 24-34 As we continue through Mark’s gospel, we come to a woman who faced great difficulty in life. This account takes place within the intense moments for Jairus as he waited for Jesus to make it to his house and heal his young daughter. As we examine the more

  • Grasping The Invisible

    Contributed by John Gaston on Jan 12, 2017
    based on 1 rating

    Some were content just to see Jesus, others just to hear His voice, but for one woman, the only thing that would satisfy her need within was to actually make physical contact with Him -- she MUST TOUCH HIM! Are you content with less?

    GRASPING THE INVISIBLE Mark 5:24-34 INTRODUCTION A. HUMOR – Loyalty Tested 1. The instructor from a dog training workshop in Salt Lake City noted that a dog’s loyalty can be tested by the owner. 2. If the owner will fall down and pretend to be hurt, a dog with a bad temper will tend to more