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  • A Lesson In Faith By Way Of The Sea

    Contributed by Michael Koplitz on Jun 1, 2021

    The Disciples learn about their faith on the sea. The sea is a metaphor for life's events. How strong is your faith when your "sea" gets turbulent.

    Jesus's disciples were sent out to the next city that He wanted to visit. They ran into trouble. A weather event took place, and that made it difficult to continue their voyage. They were scared about what was about to happen to them. In the narrative, they did not call out to the LORD or to more

  • What And Who Do You Believe In?

    Contributed by Michael Koplitz on Jun 1, 2021

    What do people believe in today? There are many Christians that say they believe in Christ but their actions say something else. Are you showing Christ to the world?

    Why would people think that a tzitzit could heal them? People in Jesus’s day were superstitious. Amulets and unique clothes were considered to have divine powers. Jesus was like the prophets of centuries earlier. These men and women could perform such things. Messianic tradition says that the more

  • "wave Walkers" Series

    Contributed by Gordon Weatherby on May 4, 2021

    This message deals with the account of Jesus and Peter as they walked on the water

    THE WAVE WALKERS (Message 15 Gospel of John 2021) John 6:16-21 (also Matthew 14:22-33; Mark 6:47-53) Greenmount and O’Leary Churches of Christ May 2, 2021 Video Link: INTRODUCTION: 1) Last week we looked at the feeding of the 5,000, and the events of that the next more

  • People Whom Jesus Touched: A Rebuttal Of Social Distancing

    Contributed by Donald Whitchard on Mar 5, 2021
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    Jesus never stayed away from anyone who was sick or in need, so, what is our excuse if we claim to be His followers and do nothing in these times of fear, despair, and breakdown of civility the COVID-19 virus has seemed to create?

    There is truly nothing new under the sun (Ecclesiastes 1:9-11) and we have a bad habit of not looking back at times where we were informed by "experts" and "sources that "certain clouds of doom, destruction, plague, and approaching death" would come upon this country more

  • The Kind Of Person God Protects Series

    Contributed by James Wallace on Feb 17, 2021

    Many of the promises of God's protection or provision in the Bible are actually conditional. They absolutely don't apply to anybody and everybody. Jesus shows us in John 6 exactly what kind of people can expect His protection and provision, and what kind of people can't.

  • God With Us Brings Peace Series

    Contributed by Stephen Sheane on Feb 10, 2021

    Doubt is the enemy of peace. This includes doubting God's plan, presence and power in your life.

    GOD WITH US BRINGS PEACE An atheist was out fishing in Scotland one day, when all of a sudden a huge dragon type creature began to come out of the water. With snarling teeth it moved closer towards him. In desperation he shouted, “Dear God, please save me!” All of a sudden, everything stopped more

  • The Last Creation Story--Also The Greatest Series

    Contributed by W Pat Cunningham on Feb 6, 2021

    Watch for signs that our friends and relatives are bored or in crisis or somehow dissatisfied with trying the world’s failed ways to joy through pleasure and honor and vanity.

    Monday of the 5th Week in Course 2021 There are several creation stories in the collection of sacred books we call the Bible. Today we heard the first from Genesis. But shortly after this story, the moral depravity of the culture got so bad that God decided to start over with Noah and his more

  • Lesson Of The Loaves

    Contributed by Grant Adams on Jan 24, 2021

    Jesus often uses the common things of our life to teach us some of the most valuable lessons. John 10; I am the door; John 15; I am the vine and ye are the branches. In this passage of scriptures, Jesus is giving a lesson and then proctoring an exam

    Let’s read verses 34-52. In some ways this is a mystery. What connection should the loaves have with the ship? When they were in the ship, the wind was blowing contrary to the way they were trying to go. I wonder if you have ever been in that spot. 1. You have your goals set, a place where you feel more

  • #29 Be Not Afraid Series

    Contributed by Chuck Sligh on Oct 4, 2020

    This is a scary world we live in. In the story of Jesus walking on the water, we learn how Jesus wants us to handle our fears.

    #29 Be Not Afraid Series: Mark Chuck Sligh October 4, 2020 This is a scary world we live in. In the story of Jesus walking on the water, we learn how Jesus wants us to handle our fears. NOTE: PowerPoint or ProPresenter presentations are available for this sermon by request at more

  • Walking On Water

    Contributed by Mark A. Barber on Jul 30, 2020

    God has a great story He wants us to join.

    Walking on Water Matthew 14:22-33 The phrase “Walking on Water” has become a proverb. It is spoken of someone who seems to prevail against all odds. It is to do the impossible. This goes back to Jesus himself. It is impossible for a human to walk on water by natural means. There are preacher jokes more

  • What Is A Disciple, Part 2: In The Eye Of The Storm Series

    Contributed by James Jackson on May 2, 2020

    A disciple is someone who imitates the example of Jesus and who follows the instructions of Jesus no matter how often he gets interrupted by the world. Today, we’ll look at how that played out in the life of one disciple, in one of the most famous stories in the Gospels.

    What is a disciple, Part 2: In the Eye of the Storm Mark 6: 45-52; Matthew 16:22-33 We are in the second week of talking specifically about what it means to be a disciple of Jesus. You might remember last week we said that “A disciple is someone who imitates the example of Jesus and who follows more

  • Stormy Weather Series

    Contributed by Perry Greene on Mar 23, 2020
    based on 3 ratings

    When Jesus sent his disciples across the lake into the storm he was aware, prayed for them, went to them, and took care of them. What a picture for us in the COVID-19 Crisis!

    1. Pessimist: A farmer had a neighbor that was just absolutely negative, no matter what. If it was raining, the farmer would say to his neighbor, "Boy, look at it rain, we sure need it." The neighbor would say, "Yeah, but if it keeps up it’s gonna flood." Then the sun came out more

  • "rowing Through Life" Series

    Contributed by Joshua Neal on Nov 22, 2019
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    Anyone who has lived understands that in life there are hinderances and obstacles. Many of us have faced hinderances and have often wondered if Jesus recognizes where we are and what we have to deal with. The disciples are rowing and are hindered by a wave as Jesus passed was passing them by.

    “ROWING THROUGH LIFE” Mark 6:45-52 intro: Famous Painting = Under the Wave off Kanagawa, about 1830–31, Katsushika Hokusai. Woodblock print (nishiki-e) in Thirty-six Views of Mount Fuji. William Sturgis Bigelow Collection, Museum more

  • Dangers Of Spiritual Dementia

    Contributed by J Richison on Oct 19, 2019

    Don't forget what God has done!!

    Danger of Spiritual Dementia Mark 6:52 It's dangerous to lose your short-term memory where things of God are concerned. Some of the most notable diseases that Rob and individual of their ability to remember are dementia, Sundowners, or Alzheimer's. In 2013 there were an estimated 1.7 more

  • No Rest For The Weary When Lives Are At Stake Series

    Contributed by Charles Cunningham on Aug 20, 2019

    Jesus came to save souls in danger. His attitude toward lost folks - "sheep without a shepherd" - was such that He would not let their needs go unmet, no matter the cost to Himself and His disciples.

    GOOD NEWS PRESENTED BY MARK Study of the Gospel According to Mark As you read Mark, be aware that you are reading the very first written account of the ministry of more