Feb 16, 2020
Study of Mark
Faith Unlike
We are to have a faith unlike the crowds, unlike the Pharisees, and unlike the demons.  Instead, to have the faith of a true disciple.  Which group is your faith most like?  
 
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  • Feb 16, 2020Faith Unlike
    Feb 16, 2020
    Study of Mark
    Faith Unlike
    We are to have a faith unlike the crowds, unlike the Pharisees, and unlike the demons.  Instead, to have the faith of a true disciple.  Which group is your faith most like?  
     
  • Feb 2, 20205 Controversies: #5 Conflict
    Feb 2, 2020
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    5 Controversies: #5 Conflict
    Conflict is everywhere.  Conflict can be hard.  In our passage we see the progression of conflict.  Conflict when allowed to be undealt with can take us to places we never thought we would go.  
  • Jan 26, 20205 Controversies: #4 Who’s authority
    Jan 26, 2020
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    5 Controversies: #4 Who’s authority
    Who is the authority?  What do we base our rules of life upon?  Where do our rules come from and what are the basis of those rules?  Jesus is the authority; He is God.  He makes a powerful claim that He is greater than the Sabbath. 
  • Jan 19, 20205 Controversies: #3 A Better Religion
    Jan 19, 2020
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    5 Controversies: #3 A Better Religion
    Jesus provides a better way.  He is the only way.  All roads do not lead to God.  Traditions, rituals, and works aren't the way, faith is.  
    The Old Covenant wasn't enough.  Jesus is enough.  He didn't come to fix or add to the law, but He made it obsolete.  It could only reveal the problem and point to a fix...Jesus is the fix. 
  • Jan 12, 20205 Controversies: #2 A Greater Love
    Jan 12, 2020
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    5 Controversies: #2 A Greater Love

    A greater love for God flows into a greater love for others.  A greater love does not come out of ritual, but out of understanding God’s mercy.  Jesus had a greater love and was the example of greater love. 

    Jesus was a friend to sinners.   Luke 19:10 tells us that Jesus came to save that which is lost.  He came to save sinners.     

  • Jan 5, 20205 Controversies: #1 The Greatest Miracle
    Jan 5, 2020
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    5 Controversies: #1 The Greatest Miracle
    Have you ever wondered what the greatest miracle is?  In the story of the paralytic, Jesus proves His authority to forgive and grants the greatest miracle of all.
  • Dec 1, 2019The Unfair Exchange
    Dec 1, 2019
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    The Unfair Exchange

    God gave something totally clean for something utterly unclean.  THAT is an unfair exchange.  The exchange between the leper and Jesus was an unfair exchange.  God gave Jesus, His one and only Son in exchange for us.  Jesus did it willingly.

  • Nov 17, 2019Plugged In
    Nov 17, 2019
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    Plugged In

    If it is necessary for Jesus to pray, how much more necessary is it for us to pray?  Jesus took time to be plugged in to God through prayer.  We must be plugged in to God through prayer.  But, what if we don't want to and feel like we can't because too much is going on?  Pray. 

  • Nov 3, 2019Response is Everything
    Nov 3, 2019
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    Response is Everything
    Our response is everything. Our response matters. It affects how we think and it affects what comes in the next moments.  Peter's mother-in-law has the right response. 
  • Oct 27, 2019Only One
    Oct 27, 2019
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    Only One
    Jesus is the supreme authority. His authority not only covers spoken word, but the supernatural also. He is the Only One worthy of our surrender.