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  • Believing Means Trusting

    Contributed by Howard Gunter on Jul 8, 2018
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    Disbelief is born of the devil.

    Weekend Message/Devotion July 8, 2018 Mark 6:1-13 Believing Means Trusting Today’s gospel reading is all about believing or maybe better said – disbelief. Before we get into that, please read with me Hebrews 3:12. “Beware, brethren, lest there be in any of you an evil heart of more

  • "Because Of A Lack Of Faith”

    Contributed by Gerald Roberts on Jul 7, 2018

    Is it really a result of faith miricals are done?

    Because of a Lack of Faith” Mark 6:1-13 1. Marks Gospel gives us some amazing miracles • Jesus calms the Storm (4:35-41; cf. Matthew 8:23-27; Luke 8:22-25) • Jesus Walks on the Water (6:47-56; cf. Matthew 14:24-36; John 6:16-21) • Restoring Jairus' little daughter to life and health more

  • They Could Have Had Jesus

    Contributed by John Gaston on Aug 29, 2018

    Frequently we settle for less, missing out on God's best. Nazareth could have had Jesus, but they rejected Him and missed the healing and deliverance they could have had.

    THEY COULD HAVE HAD JESUS Mark 6:1-13 INTRODUCTION A. HUMOR 1. I heard about a man who asked his pastor, “My grandmother dips snuff. Can she go to heaven if she dips snuff?” 2. The pastor replied, “Yes, your grandmother can go to heaven if she dips snuff. But, she’ll have to go to hell if she more

  • Power In The Thorns Of Life

    Contributed by Eddie Young on Aug 30, 2018
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    Learn to give thanks to God for our thorn (s)

    The year 1527 was the most trying year of Martin Luther’s life. On April 22 he was preaching in Wittenberg when he became dizzy and fainted. Over the next several months he dealt with debilitating depression and sickness. It had been 10 years since he had published his 95 theses. He had battled more

  • What Amazes Jesus? Series

    Contributed by David Dykes on Jan 25, 2018
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    When you face any challenge in life, you're going to approach it with either doubt or faith and it's your choice.

    INTRODUCTION Throughout history there have been many examples of misjudgments. Here are seven of my favorite famous misjudgments: (1) “Drill for oil? You mean drill into the ground and try to find oil? You’re crazy.” (Hibernia Bank’s response to Edwin Drake’s request to borrow money to drill more

  • Trusting The Servant Series

    Contributed by Michael Luke on Apr 8, 2010

    We can trust our Savior.

    SERIES: WALKING WITH JESUS “TRUSTING THE SERVANT” MARK 6:1-56 OPEN An elderly gentleman took his first ride in an airplane. His friends and family were eager to hear how it went. They asked the old fellow if he enjoyed the flight. The man replied, more

  • Missing Jesus Series

    Contributed by Ryan Daffron on Jun 13, 2011

    Every church can experience the fullness of Jesus by avoiding the ATTITUDES of those in Nazareth. For a video of the sermon -

    Intro: ATTITUDES about life really impact a great degree in which we experience life – The control on a plane that keeps the plane on track is called “attitude”. ILUSS: It is crazy how we all can have different attitudes about the same thing – it is what makes us unique more

  • Dishonouring Jesus

    Contributed by Kelly Randolph on Oct 18, 2000
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    Have you ever made a serious misjudgment about something or someone? Listen to some of these misjudgments.

    Have you ever made a serious misjudgment about something or someone? Listen to some of these misjudgments. I think there is a world market for maybe five computers. Thomas Watson, IBM Chairman, 1943 There is no reason that anyone would want a computer in their home. Ken Olson, President, more

  • How Jesus Dealt With Rejection

    Contributed by Spencer Miller on Mar 10, 2013
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    How should we deal with or respond to rejection? It’s a very good question especially when it comes to the Church.

    The now infamous Lance Armstrong once said, “A boo is a lot louder than a cheer.” And he actually hit the nail on the head, because no one wants to be rejected. It can make you come to the conclusion Oprah Winfrey came to when she said, “I don’t want anyone who doesn’t want me” because no one more

  • The Unbelief Of The Unbeliver

    Contributed by Spencer Miller on Apr 14, 2013

    The unbeliever faces the peril of being lost from God forever

    INTRODUCTION We are living in a world that can actually be characterized by its unbelief. The world does not want to know Jesus, and actually the world does not want you to know Him either. That’s how the world is when it comes to Jesus. “He was in the world, and the world was made more

  • Cost Of Service Series

    Contributed by C. Philip Green on Apr 18, 2013

    Don't let ridicule, rejection or even death stop you from serving Christ, because in the end it is the only way to live!

    Linda, who teaches first grade in Dallas Texas, has an interesting job, especially when it comes to helping children adjust to their first whole day of school. Little Ryan was used to going home at noon in kindergarten; so when it was time to go to lunch with the rest of the class, he got his more

  • Pt. 4 Healing Series

    Contributed by Mike Fogerson on Apr 24, 2013

    Jesus told us that His church/disciples would do greater things than He did during His healing ministry. How do we release healing in today’s church?

    Healing 4 November 14, 2012 Dr. Mike Fogerson A Jesus told us that His church/disciples would do greater things than He did during His healing ministry. 1 How do we release healing in today’s church? 2 Mark 3.1-6 (One of Jesus earliest healings) 1 He entered again into a more

  • Drawing In The Sand

    Contributed by Antonio Silveira on Dec 4, 2011
    based on 3 ratings

    When we say that someone crosses the line is because they have start behaving in a way that is not acceptable. If someone tells a vulgar joke in a place or occasion that is not appropriate you may say that that person crossed the line. Crossing the line i

    If you draw a line in the sand, you establish a limit beyond which things will be unacceptable. The idea is that you establish a line that shouldn't be crossed or there will be severe consequences. It is easy to cross that line since there is not a physical barrier that would keep you from crossing more

  • Unbelief Series

    Contributed by Joel Preston on May 17, 2012

    One of the central themes in this section of Mark's Gospel is the unbelief of people who came into contact with Jesus. God takes unbelief very seriously, and so should we.

    The Gospel of Mark #15 – “Unbelief” Mark 6:1-29 Intro – 1. Can anyone guess what my favorite animal is? The Platypus! 2. ILL – Josh McDowell writes, “People refuse to believe that which they don't want to believe, in spite of evidence. When explorers first more

  • Amazed At Unbelief

    Contributed by Gaither Bailey on Jul 7, 2012

    Sermon for Proper 9, Year B

    Mark 6: 1 – 13 / Amazed At Unbelief Intro: When I was first ordained, I lived in Indiana. Each time I returned to Fayette City, I was asked to play the organ and preach. It was interesting to me that more comments were made about my musical ability than my preaching. Several years more