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  • The Rough Road Of Discipleship

    Contributed by John Shearhart on Mar 9, 2010
    based on 3 ratings

    The road of discipleship is difficult

    The Rough Road of Discipleship Mark 8:31-38 John Shearhart October 18, 2009 Introduction In his book, Amusing Ourselves to Death, Neil Postman writes, “I believe I am not mistaken in saying that Christianity is a demanding and serious religion. When it is delivered as easy and amusing, more

  • How Much Does It Cost To Be A Christian?

    Contributed by Gordon Weatherby on May 7, 2013

    Being a Christian is not a casual experience. Daily, we need to renounce our old life, dedicate ourselves anew to serve Jesus Christ, and live in such a way as to imitate the life of Jesus in ourselves.

    HOW MUCH DOES IT COST TO BE A CHRISTIAN? (Remake of Feb. 10, 1991 Sermon at Lord’s Cove for Dorn Ridge April 29, 2012) Mark 8:34-38 INTRODUCTION: 1.) A common question asked today is “How much does it cost?” A.) More than ever, there is a price consciousness. aa.) There is a popularity more

  • The Blind Man Who Saw Series

    Contributed by C. Philip Green on May 28, 2013

    If you want to be truly wise, don’t be like those who WON’T SEE, and don’t be like those who CAN’T SEE. Instead, be like those who DO SEE, because they let Jesus touch them, not just once, but as many times as it takes.

    A businessman was late for an important meeting and couldn't find a parking space. As he frantically circled the block, the man got so desperate that he decided to pray. Looking up toward heaven, he said, “Lord, take pity on me. If you find me a parking space, I'll go to church every more

  • The Life You Really Want To Live Series

    Contributed by C. Philip Green on Jun 4, 2013

    If you want to truly live, then acknowledge that Jesus is the Christ headed for the cross and follow Him anyway even if it might cost you everything.

    City Slickers is a movie that describes the adventures of three friends having mid-life crises. They escape the city and head west for a two-week cattle run to discover what's important in life. Before they leave, Mitch (played by Billy Crystal) shares what he does for a living at Dad's Day at more

  • Your Identity (Part 1) Series

    Contributed by Caleb Onwuka on Nov 17, 2014

    Your identity in Christ. Whom you have become by the reason of the new birth. The real you in Christ.

    "What about you he asked "Who do you say I am?" Peter said "You are the Messiah". (Mark 8:29). Jesus is interested in our knowledge about him. He yearns to hear us declare our understanding of His personality. What will be your answer, when you hear the Lord say to you "who more

  • "This Scripture Is Scandalous"

    Contributed by Kenneth Sauer on Sep 11, 2015
    based on 1 rating

    A sermon about the REAL JESUS.

    "This Whole Scripture is Scandalous" Mark 8:27-38 On Thursday at about one O'clock in the afternoon a counselor along with two social workers from the East Ridge School system came to see me at the church. They looked really nervous and worried. They came to us because they knew more

  • The Key To Happiness And Eternal Life

    Contributed by Craig Condon on Sep 12, 2015

    Our attitude as children of God must centre on a life that is lived in him. In return for his sacrifice we need to make good use of the opportunities Christ sends our way.

    The scene in Mark 8:27-38 is the climax of the first half of Mark’s Gospel. This first half focuses on miracles and gradually reveals Jesus as the Messiah. The second half explains the nature of that Messiahship and has far more teaching and far fewer miracles. Caesarea Philippi was more

  • Will The Real Jesus Please Stand Up? Series

    Contributed by Jeffrey Payne on Sep 14, 2015
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    Introduction to "Discovering Jesus," a series exploring the life of Christ from the book of Mark.

    Introduction I hadn’t really thought about it until just recently, but for all of my adult life I have been on a quest. The goal of my quest is to ascertain, apprehend and acquiesce to the person known, in English, as the Lord Jesus. I have wanted to go beyond my immediate, personal and more

  • "We Have Taken Him Off The Cross"

    Contributed by Gerald Roberts on Sep 15, 2015

    WE do not desire a cross because it means we suffer. The Christ on the cross is an image of suffering, image of surrender, an image of servant hood, and the cross of Christ is an image of sufficiency.

    “We have taken him off the cross?” Mark 8:34 Most pictures we see of the cross of Christ is the cross is displayed as empty. 1. Image 1 of Isenhiem Altar piece The cross of Christ is an image of suffering • The Isenheim Altarpiece is an more

  • Who Do You Say That I Am?

    Contributed by Scott Bradford on Aug 25, 2015

    This message (not a complete manuscript) wrestles with the question that Jesus asked His disciples but also places it in the context of where it was asked?

    In the Movie Talladega Nights there is a supper scene, I have “edited” this a little bit. (Characters: Ricky, Carly, Cal, Walker, Texas Ranger, Chip the father-in-law) Show the video if you are brave, but maybe edit it. “Carly: Supper’s ready! C’mon ya’ll. more

  • Come And Die: What Does It Mean To Follow Jesus? Series

    Contributed by Freddy Fritz on Nov 13, 2015
    based on 4 ratings

    The aim of this lesson is to recap what we have covered so far (in this series) about Jesus' identity and mission, and then to explain what Jesus demands of those who want to follow him.

    Scripture Today is the seventh and final week of a seven-week series of messages based on a book that is titled Christianity Explored by Rico Tice and Barry Cooper, out of England. In this series of sermons we have been exploring Christianity by looking primarily at The Gospel of Mark. Let more

  • Disputed Question

    Contributed by James Hickman on Jan 9, 2016

    A simple answer to the question "Who is Jesus?" The intent is to get people to thinking and talking about Jesus.

    DISPUTED QUESTION Mark 8:27-30 On our recent vacation, we saw our daughter-in-law Kelly’s former employee and her children. Kelly had worked as their nanny when they lived in Dublin but that job ended when they moved to Dublin. Just to make that a little clearer, Kelly had worked as the more

  • Let Us Be 'jesus People'

    Contributed by The Rev Deniray Mueller on Sep 18, 2018

    Jesus asks us who we think he is

    Mark 8:27-38 “And His Name shall be call-ed, Wonderful, Counselor, the mighty God, the Everlasting Father, the Prince of Peace” The time is drawing near when we will all sing those familiar and beloved words from Handel’s Messiah, describing Jesus as a ‘mighty God’, a royal ‘Prince of Peace’ – more

  • Give Thanks? Maybe? What Do I Know?

    Contributed by Wade Martin Hughes, Sr on Nov 17, 2018

    It is easy to forget to give thanks when things are going wrong. There is a beautiful story of the king's son that had a bad attitude. We may see through the fog, but God has a plan.

    GIVE THANKS? MAYBE? WHAT DO I KNOW? By Wade Martin Hughes, Sr. HAVE YOU EVER FORGOT WHAT YOU KNOW? SPIRITUALLY, I THINK IT IS SO EASY TO FORGET WHAT YOU KNOW… One day when I was young I ran out of gas. It was before the cell phone. I sat and wondered what am I going more

  • Time To Put Up Or Shut Up

    Contributed by Ernie Arnold on Sep 7, 2018
    based on 1 rating

    This sermon primary focus is on the Encounter that Jesus had with Satan at Caesarea Philippi 1. Jesus faces the "Gates of Hell" 2. The disciples experience an amazing epiphany and 3. Jesus challenges His Disciples to live a life of radical discipleship.

    Scripture: Mark 8:27 - 38; Psalm 19 Title: Time to Put Up or Shut Up This sermon primary focus is on the Encounter that Jesus had with Satan at Caesarea Philippi 1. Jesus faces the "Gates of Hell" 2. The disciples experience an amazing epiphany and 3. Jesus challenges His more