Mark 6:45-56 “A Ghost at Sea”
This story addresses the heart that needs to see Jesus in the storm. Often, the next step in belief comes through experiencing the peace only God can bring in a God-ordained storm.
Mark 6:30-44 “The Good Shepherd”
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Mark 6:14-29 “Middle Ground?”
Message DetailsPassage: Mark 6:14-29 Can I be neutral toward the Kingdom? Neutrality is actually antagonism. Neutrality is really moral corruption. Neutrality does not last forever. King Herod is an interesting figure in the gospel narrative. When we read about his...
Mark 6:1-13 “Unbelief and the Kingdom”
Unbelief is the primary enemy of the Kingdom. Ultimately, it is the foundation of all sin. As God’s Kingdom people, do we know what to do when encountering unbelief? What about when it takes root in our own hearts?
Mark 5:21-43 “A Greater Physician”
In Mark, we are given a grand portrait of who Jesus is. In this narrative, we have two women. One who has been afflicted for 12 years and another who has died at the age of 12.
Mark 5:1-20 “Army of Darkness”
This text should give us confidence that there is no enemy too great for Jesus in the unseen realm.
Mark 4:35-41 “Who can this be?”
He is a merciful king who will not leave you. Trust in the one who commands the storm. Trust in the one who commands the nations and they obey. Trust in the one who defeated sin.
The one who put death’s dark shadow to flight.
Mark 4:26-34 “Grow, Grow, Grow”
This text shows us how and how much the kingdom will grow. This should give us expectation of what God will do, will a reminder of the reality of what this will look like in our lives.
Mark 4:21-25 “An Impossible Task?”
As we go into the world, seeking opportunities for kingdom growth, we do so with the full expectation that God is going to do what he says he will do. He will reveal the mystery of the gospel to many people until the day he returns.
Mark 4:1-20 “The Word and the Kingdom”
What is the role of God’s Word in God’s Kingdom?
Mark 3:20-35 “God’s Definitions”
Since God alone defines his mission and motivations, we submit to those definitions.
We may not redefine anything about God.
Mark 3:7-19 “Highs and Lows”
One of the greatest mysteries about God and his purposes is that he includes people in his mission. We have sinned, and therefore should have no standing before a pure and holy God. In his goodness and wisdom, though, he invites us into his presence for real and lasting relationship.
Mark 2:23-3:6 “Losing Sight”
The sabbath is meant to reflect the heart of God for people, which is one of care.
Mark 2:18-22 “Celebrate!”
People get so caught up in practice and tradition that they miss the telos of their tradition – the point of their practice. It is Jesus.
Mark 2:13-17 “Room at the Table”
This text forces us to come to terms with questions like, “What makes someone healthy or sick? What makes someone a sinner or righteous? Who is welcome to the table with Jesus?