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  • "People That Don't Get It"

    Contributed by Scott Jordan on Aug 1, 2007
    based on 18 ratings

    A sermon about those who miss spiritual living

    "People That Don’t Get It" Mark 8:4-20 I. How would you know if you don’t "get it" spiritually? A.. 3 signs of people that don’t get it 1. They ignore the warning signs of God 2. They initiate worry 3. They become more

  • Overcoming The "Spiritual Blahs”

    Contributed by Ken Pell on Oct 22, 2007
    based on 6 ratings

    Jesus asks five "perspective questions" that can assist us in overcoming spiritual inertia.

    OVERCOMING THE “SPIRITUAL BLAHS” Mark 8:14-21 Mk 8:14 The disciples had forgotten to bring bread, except for one loaf they had with them in the boat. Mk 8:15 “Be careful,” Jesus warned them. “Watch out for the yeast of the Pharisees and that of Herod.” Mk 8:16 They discussed this with one more

  • False Faith: Faith Amnesia Series

    Contributed by Peter Loughman on Oct 14, 2007
    based on 46 ratings

    Faith is about trusting in a person. Faith is not about stuff. It is not about things happening or things not. It is not about things coming together. It is not about a happy feeling or a secure moment or even knowledge - it is about a person.

    Richard Dawkins, the famous Oxford zoologist said, “Faith is the great copout, the great excuse to evade the need to think and evaluate evidence. Faith is belief in spite of, even perhaps because of, a lack of evidence.” Does Jesus prove Richard Dawkins right in our passage today? Jesus is more

  • God's Mentality About Money Series

    Contributed by Jim Erwin on Dec 12, 2007
    based on 1 rating

    God always provides what we need, and then some left over – a surplus. But only when we live by faith.

    God’s Mentality About Money Mark 8:13-21 The loaves and fishes event teaches us a lesson on God’s provision. It is clear that the disciples never learned the lesson about God’s provision. Why? Jesus had to remind them on two different occasions. After the feeding of the FOUR thousand more

  • Have Ye Your Heart Yet Hardened? Series

    Contributed by David Moore on Nov 14, 2008
    based on 11 ratings

    This sermon looks at the nature of the human heart and considers some of the characteristics of a heart that is hardened

    Introduction: Let me ask you a question: What about your heart? Is it right with God? Notice I did not ask you about your life. If your heart is right your life will be right, but sometimes our lives may show all the external displays of faith, and yet our hearts be very far from God. In the words more

  • This Generation Seeks Signs

    Contributed by W Pat Cunningham on Feb 15, 2009
    based on 4 ratings

    God’s miraculous signs never force our faith.

    February 17, 2009 Mark 8: 11-21 Whenever St. Mark uses the phrase “this generation,” the words have a specific meaning. In the first part of this passage, Jesus says that “this generation” is always looking for a sign, but He would not give them one. The use of that phrase goes all the way more

  • The Greatest Of All Discoveries Eliminates Distress Series

    Contributed by Charles Cunningham on Aug 20, 2019

    Jesus sought to alleviate stress and to eliminate distress by inviting seekers and followers to "come and see" - Discover Who He is, why He came, what He has done and will do for all who believe in and trust Him.

    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 Jesus – more

  • More Miracles And Signs.

    Contributed by Christopher Holdsworth on Apr 16, 2022
    based on 3 ratings

    Lack of faith makes us carnal.

    MORE MIRACLES AND SIGNS. Mark 8:1-26. We have had occasion before to comment on Jesus’ compassion (cf. Mark 6:34). Now we see it in relation to another hungry crowd of worshippers, who had been willingly following Jesus for three days (Mark 8:1-3). How like us the disciples were, who more

  • To See Series

    Contributed by Dr. Dave Hartson on Sep 7, 2019
    based on 3 ratings

    Get up…eat breakfast…head to work…work all day… return home…eat some supper…watch a little tv…go to bed… and then repeat those same steps tomorrow.

    INTRODUCTION: Get up…eat breakfast…head to work…work all day… return home…eat some supper…watch a little tv…go to bed… and then repeat those same steps tomorrow. Some of us may have a few more steps; some of us may have a few fewer steps. No wonder people ask the question: “Is this all there is to more

  • Keeping It Fresh Series

    Contributed by Greg Nance on Mar 15, 2006
    based on 14 ratings

    Can the awesome presence of Jesus become too familiar? Looking to Jesus and carrying our own agenda produces problems with vision.

    Read or quote Mark 8. We are half way through Mark’s gospel today. What does Mark do for you and I as readers? Just think of the way we get to be in on all this action in Jesus’ life and ministry. We are allowed to overhear Jesus’ public and private conversations and observe the reactions more

  • The Blind See Series

    Contributed by C. Philip Green on Oct 28, 2009
    based on 14 ratings

    If you want to gain true wisdom in the midst of your pain, 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 Sunday more

  • Corruption Occurs Everywhere Even In Church

    Contributed by Michael Koplitz on Jun 1, 2021

    The church is not invulnerable to the possibility of corruption. The church human leaders therefore corruption will exist. Learn to recognize it because then you can stop it.

    The Pharisees started as a sect with a noble and perhaps a divine purpose. They were organized to resist the Hellenization of the Holy Land. The Seleucids wanted to change Galilee and Judah into a paradise of Greek Hellenism. The Pharisee sect was formed in 168 B.C.E. to combat this infringement on more

  • You Just Don't Get It, Do You? Series

    Contributed by W Pat Cunningham on Feb 15, 2020

    They are so hungry that they miss the point Jesus is trying to make. Will we miss that point, too?

    Tuesday of the 6th Week in Course 2020 “You Just Don’t Get It” I’ve been a teacher pretty much all my career, at all levels except elementary school. So I can empathize with St. James in his epistle, and–although it’s weird to say it–with Jesus as He tries to help His disciples understand the more

  • # 34 The Hardhearted And The Thickheaded Series

    Contributed by Chuck Sligh on Nov 8, 2020
    based on 1 rating

    Some people are hardhearted, and some are thickheaded when it comes to spiritual matters. In Sunday’s text, Mark 8:10-21, we see both types of people.

    # 34 The Hardhearted and the Thickheaded Series: Mark Chuck Sligh November 8, 2020 TEXT: Please turn in your Bibles to Mark 8:10-21 – “And straightway he entered into a ship with his disciples, and came into the parts of Dalmanutha. 11 And the Pharisees came forth, and began to question with him, more

  • Do You Not Remember? Series

    Contributed by Kevin L. Jones on Oct 15, 2021
    based on 1 rating

    A sermon examining the importance of remembering what Jesus has done in the past and trusting Him to work in the present and future.

    DO YOU NOT REMEMBER? Mark 8:1-21 Have you ever found yourself in a place or a situation that seems oddly familiar but you are fairly certain that you have never been there before? This phenomenon is often referred to as “déjà vu” This is a French phrase that means “seen again”. Yogi more