Sermons on Gospel
Jesus described future events to His disciples in Mark 13. The Suffering Servant will return as the Victorious Lord of Lords and King of Kings!
In Mark 12, Jesus had important conversations with several key religious leaders. Each time he exposed their me-centered worship and pointed them to true God-centered worship.
Jesus is the ultimate victor, but His pathway to victory is not like anyone would have expected.
In Mark 8-10, Jesus revealed the heart of discipleship. At the foundation, discipleship is reorienting your life from around a people-centered view to a Christ-centered view. Mark 10 reveals practical ways a Christ-centered…
The last half of Mark 9 records how Jesus’ love reached to the fringes of humanity and to greater depths than ever before.
In Mark 8, Jesus called His disciples to recognize who their life was centered around. Were they centered on God or on themselves? Where is our life focused?
In Mark 7, we see a truth that links each part of this chapter together: inward faith in Jesus produces outward results from Jesus. Whether in His teaching or healing ministry, Jesus demonstrates this truth forcibly.
So often this world leaves us feeling like nobody special. We get disillusioned, discouraged, and depressed. But Jesus can transform our perspective.
A demon-possessed man, a woman sick for twelve years, and a dead twelve year old girl were all radically healed and transformed by Jesus. If he can change them, he can change your life too!
Jesus’ disciples allowed their fear to overcome their faith. We must remember that Jesus is always greater than any circumstance we face. Do you trust Him?