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Fatima Gutierres avatar
El odre nuevo y el viejo
Shared by: Fatima Gutierres on Dec, 2016
Summary: Y nadie echa vino nuevo en odres viejos, de otra manera el vino nuevo rompe los odres, y el vino nuevo se derrama y se pierde, por eso el vino nuevo en odres nuevos se ha de echar”. San Marcos 2.22
Scripture: Mark 2:22
Views: 16
Paul Clemente avatar
Shared by: Paul Clemente on Dec, 2016
Summary: Fasting was a command by God to the Israelites; who needs to fast today?
Series: Mark
Scripture: Mark 2:18-22
Denomination: Evangelical Free
Views: 1
Maurice McCarthy avatar
When You Hit the Wall
Shared by: Maurice McCarthy on Jan, 2016
Summary: A message about our need to be able to handle things beyond our present capacity. 4 examples from David's life when his wine skin wasn't big enough.
based on 2 ratings
Scripture: Mark 2:22
Denomination: Pentecostal
Views: 918
Kevin Ruffcorn avatar
Inside and Outside
Shared by: Kevin Ruffcorn on Jan, 2016
Summary: Jesus heals a paralytic and eats with tax collectors.
Series: Epiphany
Scripture: Mark 2:1-22
Denomination: Lutheran
Views: 312
Gordon Curley avatar
A Man Named Levi (Matthew)
Shared by: Gordon Curley on Jun, 2015
Summary: The calling of Matthew to follow Jesus - PowerPoint slides to accompany this talk are available on request – email: gcurley@gcurley.info
Scripture: Mark 2:14-22
Denomination: Brethren
Views: 541
Tim White avatar
Blue Jeans and Wine Skins
Shared by: Tim White on Mar, 2014
Summary: Jesus' way is to live out, grow into and share with others.
Series: Mark
Christopher Holdsworth avatar
The Feast at Levi's House
Shared by: Christopher Holdsworth on Dec, 2013
Summary: Jesus came not to call the ‘righteous’ but ‘sinners’ to repentance.
Matthew Kratz avatar
Fasting 101
Shared by: Matthew Kratz on Sep, 2013
Summary: 1) A Critical Accusation (Mark 2:18), 2) A Corrective Answer (Mark 2:19-20), 3) The Clarifying Analogies (Mark 2:21-22)
Series: Faithwork
Scripture: Mark 2:18-22
Denomination: Independent/Bible
Views: 1,106
D Marion Clark avatar
Jesus' Negligent Disciples
Shared by: D Marion Clark on Oct, 2012
Summary: This passage presents the distinctions between Old Covenant and New Covenant religion.
Scripture: Mark 2:18-22
Denomination: Presbyterian/Reformed
Views: 1,395
Joel Preston avatar
The New Wine of Christ
Shared by: Joel Preston on Mar, 2012
Summary: Jesus came to bring joy, new life & grace!!
Scripture: Mark 2:18-22
Denomination: Evangelical Free
Views: 945
Thomas Swope avatar
No Thanks - I'm Fasting
Shared by: Thomas Swope on Feb, 2012
Summary: A study of the Gospel of Mark chapter 2 verses 18 through 22
Series: Mark
based on 1 rating
Scripture: Mark 2:18-22
Denomination: Calvary Chapel
Views: 811
Terry Blankenship avatar
An Irritating Ministry
Shared by: Terry Blankenship on Feb, 2011
Summary: Jesus had an irritating ministry to the Pharisees. He irritated them to no end. He didn't fit their ideas of a Messiah.
Series: Mark
based on 1 rating
Scripture: Mark 2:18-22
Denomination: Baptist
Views: 694
Jim Butcher avatar
The Problem With Asking Jesus To "Just Fix My Problem"
Shared by: Jim Butcher on Oct, 2010
Summary: This message looks at the two of Jesus's parables on the danger of half-heartedness.
based on 3 ratings
Scripture: Mark 2:21-22
Denomination: Baptist
Views: 6,568
David Moore avatar
All Things New
Shared by: David Moore on Apr, 2010
Summary: This sermons shows that the coming of Christ brought a new spiritual order, that Christianity is not Judaism “patched up”.
based on 1 rating
Scripture: Mark 2:18-22
Denomination: Baptist
Views: 1,831
Brad Bailey avatar
From Religion to Relationship
Shared by: Brad Bailey on Jul, 2009
Summary: The human religious nature that tries to resolve our guilt and shame in our own way.
Scripture: Mark 2:22
Views: 824
W Pat Cunningham avatar
Communion and unity
Shared by: W Pat Cunningham on Jan, 2009
Summary: Eucharist is the supreme manifestation of the unity of Christians
Scripture: Mark 2:18-22
Denomination: Catholic
Views: 575
Andy Barnard avatar
Would Jesus Celebrate Christmas
Shared by: Andy Barnard on Dec, 2008
Summary: Celebrate Christmas like Jesus would. viz. without the religious trappings.
Series: Christmas
based on 1 rating
Scripture: Mark 2:16-22
Denomination: Pentecostal
Views: 722
Rick Finitzer avatar
Lessons From Patches and Wineskins
Shared by: Rick Finitzer on Aug, 2008
Summary: The New Wine of Salvation bring true and lasting joy. If our wineskins are going to burst it should be because of our Joy spilling out into the world that Christ has made a difference in our heart and life.
based on 7 ratings
Scripture: Mark 2:18-22
Denomination: Evangelical Free
Views: 3,153
Shawn Rose avatar
Why Does He Eat and Drink with Publicans and Sinners?
Shared by: Shawn Rose on Aug, 2008
Summary: In the short story of Levi’s call, we find that no one is too sinful to be beyond the grace and love of Jesus.
based on 3 ratings
Scripture: Mark 2:13-22
Denomination: Baptist
Views: 3,072
Carl Willis avatar
May Rupture Under Pressure
Shared by: Carl Willis on Jun, 2008
Summary: John’s followers were fasting. The Pharisees were fasting. So why weren’t Jesus’ disciples fasting. This message examines the inability of a rigid religious system to adapt to change brought about by the fullness of Jesus Christ.
Series: Mark
based on 5 ratings
Scripture: Mark 2:18-22
Views: 884
Neil Richardson avatar
Fast until the Bridegroom comes, then feast with him
Shared by: Neil Richardson on Mar, 2008
Summary: New birth, not new resolve; new covenant, not old traditions
based on 2 ratings
Scripture: Mark 2:18-22
Denomination: Baptist
Views: 880
Gary Kins avatar
New Wine & Old Whiners
Shared by: Gary Kins on Jun, 2007
Summary: This message is a challenge to let God use you to make a difference.
based on 42 ratings
Scripture: Mark 2:18-22
Views: 8,928
Ervin Kimrey avatar
Not rebuilt, but New with Warranty
Shared by: Ervin Kimrey on Dec, 2005
Summary: Some of us are living in a way that was not Jesus’ plan for us. The Christian walk is not one of patching up our old lives. Nor is it adding some commands to our old lives. Jesus’ plan for us is to have a brand new life.
based on 16 ratings
Scripture: Mark 2:21-22
Denomination: Baptist
Views: 1,206
Denn Guptill avatar
The Danger with Wineskins
Shared by: Denn Guptill on Jan, 2005
Summary: If the New Year is new wine, then what wine skins should we be avoiding?
based on 29 ratings
Scripture: Mark 2:18-22
Denomination: Wesleyan
Views: 2,592
Terry  Stivers avatar
Worship As It Was Meant to Be
Shared by: Terry Stivers on Sep, 2003
Summary: Jesus addresses the issue of worship in his answer to why his disciples do not fast. Series on the Gospel of Mark.
based on 49 ratings
Scripture: Mark 2:18-22
Denomination: Wesleyan
Views: 1,272
Chris Hodges avatar
A Time of Rejoicing
Shared by: Chris Hodges on Sep, 2003
Summary: To note the joy that is found in Christ.
based on 70 ratings
Scripture: Mark 2:18-22
Views: 3,790
Valentin Gonzalez-Bohorquez avatar
Shared by: Valentin Gonzalez-Bohorquez on Jun, 2003
Summary: La estación del otoño nos ofrece algunas lecciones interesantes acerca de nuestra relación con Dios.
based on 38 ratings
Denomination: Baptist
Views: 1,768
Bruce Rzengota avatar
Hard Sayings—Wineskins
Shared by: Bruce Rzengota on Apr, 2003
based on 51 ratings
Scripture: Mark 2:21-22
Views: 2,272
Paul Kallan avatar
The Face of Fasting at a Holy Marriage
Shared by: Paul Kallan on Mar, 2003
Summary: To fast means to integrate the gospel into human life. It is the unity of the two opposites between the difficulty to overcome the human tendency to evil and the joy of embracing the Word of God.
Series: b8sun
based on 55 ratings
Scripture: Mark 2:18-22
Denomination: Catholic
Views: 892