Rich DeRuiter • Sermon • • 1,360 views
1. Jesus is good at Taking Orders. For I have come down from heaven not to do my will but to do the will of him who sent me. (John 6:38) – Read John 6:38-40 – Okay, so maybe He’s not like some firefighters! But we do have to give/take orders Going beyond our orders can be dangerous Jesus only does what…
John Fimple • Sermon • • 468 views
Text: Mark 4:35-41 Title: We’re in This Boat Together Thesis: God’s Spirit guides the Church in ministry. Time: Pent, 2 Sun, B Jesus spent the best part of the day at the edge of a lake, teaching his disciples about the Kingdom of God. Throughout the day, other people gathered around Jesus, listening…
Who Is This Man?
Andy Fuqua • Sermon • • 281 views
We deal with demons in this world by telling others that Jesus is stronger than the evil in our lives. We can overcome evil forces in life by proclaiming the power Christ has had over our own darkness.
Mark: The Kingdom of God Is at Hand
Dan Shambro • ekklesia • Sermon • • 30 views • 36:36
Upon seeing Jesus' majestic, royal authority, three different characters beg Him for different kinds of mercy. The only one who begs for the right mercy doesn’t get it, not because Jesus is a mean God but because He is a missionary God.
Gary Jarvis • Sermon • • 16 views
Theme: Jesus' Power Over Darkness is Our Power to Share the Gospel. Purpose: To Believe that Jesus can transform lives through us. Gospel Connection: Jesus' Life is Our Training for the Christian Life. Mission Connection: Growing in Faith, Serving in Christ's Name.
Daniel Peterson • Sermon • • 9 views
Responding To The Cries Of The Wounded Bethel Christian Ministries Pastor Dan Peterson Responding To The Cries Of The Wounded Mark 4:35- 5:5 Introduction. Jesus came to preach the gospel and set the captives free. Luke 4:14-19 – Jesus returned to Galilee in the power of the Spirit and prophetically described…
Bobby Earls • Sermon • • 7 views
TEXT: Mark 5:1-20 TOPIC: Great Things Pastor Bobby Earls, First Baptist Center Point, “Soul-winning Commitment Sunday” October 16, 2005 (Read Mark 5:1-20) The greatest reason I could ever give to the question "Should I reach others for Christ?" would probably be the response “what if no one had ever…
Luke Kirkendall • Sermon • • 7 views
Christmas has just happened, and it’s all we talk about. We see each other and some of the first words out of our mouths are, How was your Christmas? I’m never really sure what the question is or what kind of answer we want. Do we want to talk about the gifts we’ve received as if they are loot from a…
Chuck King • Sermon • • 6 views
(S1) When There’s No Way Out Mark 5:1-20 Gateway Baptist Church – 10/19/2008 – AM As we look around our world today there is no shortage of problems people face in their lives. Personal issues, work, finances, and world events – the list is nearly endless. The world loves to think that they have the…
The Book of Acts
Rick Crandall • Sermon • • 5 views
How can we get ready for our final good-bye? 1. Get alone with God (vs. 13). 2. Pursue the right priorities (vs. 14-16). 3. Determine to be devoted to the Lord (vs. 17-19). 4. Strive to spread the gospel (vs. 20-21; 24). 5. Keep focused on our finish (vs. 22-24).
Scott Cody • Sermon • • 4 views
Intro Lesson Intro A story of a farmer who wanted to impress his hunting buddies. To impress them, he bought the smartest, most expensive hunting dog he could find. He trained this dog to do things no other dog on earth could do---impossible feats that would surely amaze anyone. Then he invited the neighbors…
dean slocumb • Sermon • • 1 view
Leading Someone to peace with God. Intro: Evangelism. Reaching your one. Telling someone about the grace of Jesus that will forgive them of their sins, give them a peace that can only be given through the loving grace of Jesus. Even as Christian we can have situations that get to us. Things that happen…