Lessons in Faith (Mark 6:30-56), Part 4

CONCLUSION

Throughout His earthly ministry thousands of people came in contact with Jesus, and many hundreds of them talked with Him and touched Him; but many of them were not touched by Him.

Throughout the history of the church, countless others have also come in contact with Jesus; and many …

Lessons in Faith (Mark 6:30-56), Part 3

III. SIMPLE FAITH IN CHRIST (v.53-56)

Let me share a little historical insight with you about what is said here. Gennesaret was a small fertile plain located on the west side of the Sea of Galilee. The Rabbis called this plain “the garden of God.” Several medicinal mineral springs in …

Lessons in Faith (Mark 6:30-56), Part 2

II. SECURITY IN CHRIST (v.45-52)

Spiritual blessings (v.30-44) must be balanced with burdens and battles (v.45-52). Each time we advance in our relationship with Christ there will always come the burdens and the battles. It is only through these that our faith can be strengthened.

Where did Jesus go when …

Lessons in Faith (Mark 6:30-56)

INTRODUCTION

If you tell a person that there are 581,678,934,341 stars in the universe, they’ll believe you. But if a sign says, “Fresh Paint,” they have to make a personal investigation.

Can you imagine that it could be possible for people to come in contact with Jesus and still not …

Calvary Attitudes, Part 4

4. The fourth group around the cross, the smallest group, included the friends of Jesus and their attitude toward Him was one of genuine love. Only five of Jesus’ friends came to stand by His cross. One of them was John the beloved disciple, and the other four were women. …

Calvary Attitudes, Part 3

3. A third group around the cross represented the common people and their attitude toward Jesus was one of deepest sympathy. No one read the story of the crucifixion without wondering what had happened to the multitude that had been singing the praises of Jesus such a short time …

Calvary Attitudes, Part 2

2. A second group at the cross was made up of the Jewish rulers and their attitude toward Jesus was one of bitter hatred. These rulers included the chief priests and scribes, and members of the Sanhedrin. Their hatred of Jesus grew out of the fact that he did not …

Calvary Attitudes

Text: John 19:1-7, 16-18, 23-26, 38-42

Introduction. When Christ was put to death it was the time of the Passover and the city of Jerusalem was filled with strangers. The case of Jesus had stirred the entire country and a large crowd gathered to watch him die. In that crowd …

Four Things That Salvation Is

Scripture: John 3:1-7

Text: “Marvel not that I said unto thee, Ye must be born again.” John 3:7

Introduction:

In verse seven there are four things that salvation is.

Salvation is said to be everything from Sunday School to keeping the Golden Rule.

But salvation is not doing, the work …

The Love of God, Part 6

Conclusion. God’s love is unparalleled and incomprehensible. It is so majestic, so marvelous, so limitless, I scarce can take it in. When I think of Jesus dying for me, it stirs my soul and touches my heart. What is your response to the love of God? You may deny it, …