Mar 22, 2020
Study of Mark
Greater Than
The storms of life will come.  Let us not fear the storm, otherwise we commit to the storm.  
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  • Mar 22, 2020Greater Than
    Mar 22, 2020
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    Greater Than
    The storms of life will come.  Let us not fear the storm, otherwise we commit to the storm.  
  • Mar 15, 2020Soil of the Heart
    Mar 15, 2020
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    Soil of the Heart
    In the parable of the seed, Jesus describes 4 responses to God's Word.  The point is to hear and respond.  The soil of the heart matters.  
  • Mar 9, 2020More than Misunderstood
    Mar 9, 2020
    More than Misunderstood
    Jesus was misunderstood.  Some claimed He was 'out of His mind,' some claimed He was downright a lunatic and liar.  What you think of Him matters. 
  • Mar 2, 2020James-Conduct in the Last Days
    Mar 2, 2020
    James-Conduct in the Last Days
    Series: Topical
  • Feb 23, 2020As Natural as Breathing
    Feb 23, 2020
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    As Natural as Breathing
    Prayer is an act of humility.  It can be formal or informal, audible or silent, private or public, long or short.  Prayer develops our relationship with God and demonstrates our trust and utter dependence upon Him.  Fellowship with God is at the heart of prayer.  
    Jesus prayed, and often.  It was as natural as breathing.  May it become that natural for us.
  • Feb 16, 2020Faith Unlike
    Feb 16, 2020
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    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 9, 2020God’s Sovereignty: Is it Theoretical or Practical?
    Feb 9, 2020
    God’s Sovereignty: Is it Theoretical or Practical?
    Series: Topical
    "Gods sovereignty is very practical.  Let God be God and trust Him.
  • 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.