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  • Open Your Eyes

    Contributed by Michael Koplitz on Jun 1, 2021

    You must learn the language and literary method that the people in Jesus used if you truly want to understand the Scripture. Hillel's method of asking questions is the optimal way.

    Near Eastern people in Yeshua's (and later on) wrote in allegories, metaphors, and parables. Is this healing story real? In the minds of Near Eastern people, it does not matter. The lesson of the story is the key. The lesson is that everyone must open their eyes to reading the Torah and live more

  • Miracles And The Mind Series

    Contributed by Glenn Pease on Mar 27, 2021

    Jesus is practicing psycho-somatic medicine. He is using what is very popular today because it works like a charm-the placebo effect.

    Variety is not only the spice of life it is the very essence of life. Consider the bacteria that is all about us and within us. There are about 1500 different basic forms or species of these tiny one celled creatures. If you took 400 trillion of these creatures they would weigh only about 1 pound. more

  • He Does All Things Well Series

    Contributed by Donald Whitchard on Mar 23, 2021

    Mark's Gospel continues to show us the numerous episodes of compassion, care, concern, and confrontation that made up the person, ministry and work of the Lord Jesus. He is beyond our poor words of description.

    Our journey through Mark's Gospel continues with these words that describe the work and person of the Lord Jesus Christ; "He has done all things well." (7:37). No one could accuse Him of doing anything that had even a trace of fault, defect, mistake, or ineptness. His words and more

  • Lessons In Aramaic Series

    Contributed by Aneel Aranha on Feb 11, 2021

    There were three occasions when gospel writer Mark did not translate the words of Jesus into Greek but let them remain in the original Aramaic. Why? [Watch video:]

    Scripture Reading: Mark 7:31-37 Then Jesus left the vicinity of Tyre and went through Sidon, down to the Sea of Galilee and into the region of the Decapolis. There some people brought to him a man who was deaf and could hardly talk, and they begged Jesus to place his hand on him. After he took him more

  • Jesus Makes Room For Misfits Series

    Contributed by Michael Stark on Jan 9, 2021
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    A study of Jesus' ministry to the outcasts of society.

    “[Jesus] returned from the region of Tyre and went through Sidon to the Sea of Galilee, in the region of the Decapolis. And they brought to him a man who was deaf and had a speech impediment, and they begged him to lay his hand on him. And taking him aside from the crowd privately, he put his more

  • Witness By Your Deeds

    Contributed by Victor Yap on Dec 14, 2020

    Healing, miracle

    WITNESS BY YOUR DEEDS (MARK 7:31-37) There was once a merchant who had been a very worldly, godless man. He was finally gloriously converted. On being asked what had been especially the means of his conversion, he replied, “The example of one of my clerks.” He went on to say, “This young man was more

  • #32 Ministering In Sigh Language Series

    Contributed by Chuck Sligh on Oct 25, 2020
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    Sighing is part of the human condition. In Mark 7, Jesus breathed a sign of utter sorrow and compassion for a man who was deaf and had a speech impediment. Then He healed him. This sermons shows the compassionate heart of Jesus.

    #32 Ministering in Sigh Language Series: Mark Chuck Sligh October 25, 2020 NOTE: PowerPoint presentation is available for this sermon by request at Please mention the title of the sermon and the Bible text to help me find the sermon in my archives TEXT: Mark 7:31-37 – more

  • Ephphatha! Series

    Contributed by Jonathan Spurlock on Jul 20, 2020

    A man with two severe handicaps--deaf and mute--was brought to Jesus. Take a look at what our Lord did for this man, and what He used to heal him.

    Text: Mark 7:31-37, KJV 31 And again, departing from the coasts of Tyre and Sidon, he came unto the sea of Galilee, through the midst of the coasts of Decapolis. 32 And they bring unto him one that was deaf, and had an impediment in his speech; and they beseech him to put his hand upon him. 33 And more

  • Come In Faith, Believing

    Contributed by Thomas Clawser on Sep 17, 2018

    What four words would Jesus use to describe you?

    William (Bill) E. Gordon, Baptist pastor and author has this to say about the breadth of faith: “Atheists have faith — faith that there is no God, no place of everlasting punishment in the hereafter. Animals possess faith; they display the utmost faith in their masters, as do children in their more

  • Jesus Ministers 24/7 With Compassion And Pity

    Contributed by Howard Gunter on Sep 9, 2018
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    Jesus desires to get away for a time of solitude with his disciples but it isn';t to be

    Weekend Message/Devotion Mark 7:24-37 September 9, 2018 Jesus Ministers 24/7 with Compassion and Pity As we read and ponder Mark’s gospel reading for today, one cannot help but picture Jesus seeking a little time to get away from the crowds and the harangue of the Pharisees that followed him more

  • Open Ears, Open Heart And Open Praise

    Contributed by Ernie Arnold on Aug 30, 2018

    This sermon centers on the deaf man (verses 31 - 37). Mark shares with us that he experienced 1. Open Ears 2. An Open Heart 3. Open Praise It focuses on how the church must reach out!

    Mark 7:24- 37 Theme: Healing Miracles of Jesus Title: Open Ears, Open Hearts and Open Praise This sermon centers on the deaf man (verses 31 - 37). Mark shares with us that he experienced 1. Open Ears 2. An Open Heart 3. Open Praise INTRO: Grace and peace from God our Father and from more

  • "¡effetá!"

    Contributed by Paul Andrew on Aug 1, 2018

    En nuestros días hay mucha gente que no viene a la Misa, no reza, no se convierte, ni tampoco hace nada para santificarse porque caminan por la vida sordos a las realidades eternas.

    23B Joshua Bell tocó su violín en la estación del metro en Washington, D. C. ante la indiferencia de cientos de pasajeros; el violinista "uno de los mejores del mundo’- confesó que lo más difícil de su experiencia fue la falta de reconocimiento al final de cada obra. El 12 de enero del 2007, more

  • "Ephpheta, Be Thou Opened”

    Contributed by W Pat Cunningham on Jul 30, 2018

    We need to get very, very serious about promoting priestly vocations

    Eleventh Sunday after Pentecost Extraordinary Form “Ephpheta, be thou opened,” Jesus said, after groaning, “and immediately his ears were opened, and the impediment to his speech was loosed, and he spoke clearly.” Come to any baptism–as we’ll have here on Saturday the eighteenth, and you’ll more

  • What Happens When Faith Comes From Within

    Contributed by Christopher Holdsworth on Jul 15, 2018
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    The obverse side of the previous conversation: what comes out of the mouth when the heart is full of faith.

    WHAT HAPPENS WHEN FAITH COMES FROM WITHIN. Mark 7:24-37. In the earlier part of this chapter Jesus had disputed with some Scribes and Pharisees about ritual and tradition; and had taught those who would hear that defilement does not come from without, but from within (Mark 7:1-23). It is more

  • Ephphatha!

    Contributed by Paul Andrew on Jul 12, 2018
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    Jesus’s Ephphata prayer is the opening up, the removing of the “impediment” of spiritual deafness for us. It’s an Aramaic phrase which literally means “be released.”

    23B Several years ago in January the Washington Post conducted an experiment you may have heard about. The experiment involved Joshua Bell, one of the world’s greatest violinists who performed for almost all the world’s major orchestras. Joshua Bell was commissioned to play his $4,000,000 more