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  • Do I Really Belong To The Kingdom Of God? Series

    Contributed by Paul Clemente on Oct 31, 2016
    based on 1 rating

    What does it mean that the Kingdom of God is near?

    Please open your Bibles to the Gospel of Mark …. We have noted that the main topic of the gospel is the Good News of Jesus Christ who is God but came to earth as a man to save people from their sins; this is summarized in Mark 1, verse 1. We have then also noted 5 facts which support this more

  • Vengan Y Siganme

    Contributed by Armando Anguiano on Jun 1, 2016

    seguir a jesus , lo que implica y discípulo

    Intro: Estoy muy emocionado por que Dios no a estado hablando con mucha claridad en estos días , acerca de lo que significa ser un discípulo de lo que significa seguirlo los últimos mensajes han sido muy claros de lo que Dios quiere hacer con nuestra vida , por eso tenemos la siguiente semana more

  • Leaving It All

    Contributed by Clair Sauer on Jan 21, 2015

    Our role as disciples of Christ requires that we leave everything behind and put Christ first in our lives. It is easy for us to practice Christian discipleship when it is convenient for us, but Christ calls us to much more.

    I want us to get a sense of the experience of these fishermen on the day Jesus walked by the Sea of Galilee and summoned them to follow him. So we are going to take a minute and use our imaginations. So, however you use your imagination best, prepare yourself to do that now; whether it’s more

  • "They Were Willing To Walk Away"

    Contributed by Gerald Roberts on Jan 23, 2015

    The sermon shares what the disciples were to walk away from in order to follow Jesus.

    “They were willing to walk away” Mark 1:14-20 1. Why did Jesus call these Disciples? Mark 1:14-20 • I think he called them because They were willing to walk away: • 17"Come, follow me," Jesus said, "and I will make you fishers of more

  • Repent And Believe The Good News

    Contributed by William Baeta on Jan 24, 2015
    based on 3 ratings

    “The time is fulfilled, and the kingdom of God is at hand. Repent, and believe in the gospel”. (Mark 1:15)

    Theme: Repent and believe in the Good News Text: Jonah 3:1-5, 10; 1 Cor. 7:29-31; Mark 1:14-20 Jesus began his public ministry with a call to repent and believe in the gospel. Repentance is a frequently abused word. Many people equate repentance with being sorry or with regret or remorse. more

  • Answering God’s Call

    Contributed by Craig Condon on Jul 20, 2015
    based on 1 rating

    What response will we make to Jesus when he enters our lives and invites us to “repent and believe”? He announces a call and invites us to answer with a new way of thinking and acting.

    In Mark 1:14-20, we hear the story of the start of Jesus’ earthly ministry. He is beginning his ministry just as John the Baptist is ending his ministry. Both of them called on the people to repent. The main difference between both ministries is that while John the Baptist was a one man show, more

  • Mark Chapter 1 Series

    Contributed by Eric Hanson on Jul 1, 2015

    This brief outline of notes from Chapter 1 of Mark can be very helpful in putting together a sermon or in leading a Bible study.

    The Gospel According to MARK Notes on Chapter 1 Chapter 1: Unlike the other Gospel writers, Mark assumes the birth narratives to be known by his readers. He starts right in with the beginning of Jesus’ ministry years. 1-8: John the Baptist’s ministry and announcement of the one more

  • Getting (And Giving) The Message

    Contributed by Craig Condon on May 12, 2015

    Boys and girls, Jesus calls on all of us to deliver the same message. Some of us might take it to people in a land far away, and others might take it to a neighbour or friend. The important thing to remember though is to carry the message.

    Good morning boys and girls! Let’s play a game that most of you probably know. I’m going to give the first person in the pew a message and then I’ll ask him/her to pass it on. The last person in the line then has to tell the congregation what the message was. Are you ready? more

  • Jonas

    Contributed by Paul Andrew on Jan 7, 2018

    Desprendernos de los cuidados y placeres de este mundo nos da una perspectiva que debemos mantener sobre la eternidad

    3B En una boda reciente a la que asistí, el novio y los padrinos esperaban parados ante el altar con gran anticipación la llegada de la novia. UNA SEÑORA DE OMAHA allí presente dijo, “Mi sobrinita de tres años, sentada junto a mí, también esperaba ansiosamente que llegara la novia y de more

  • Can We Learn From The Example Of The Ninevites?

    Contributed by Paul Andrew on Jan 5, 2018
    based on 4 ratings

    We get implicit and explicit warnings: from our own bodies warning us of problems and from our doctors warning us about unhealthy habits.

    3B RUTH FROM OMAHA SAID: AT A RECENT WEDDING I attended, the groom and groomsmen stood at the altar in eager anticipation of the bride's arrival. My three-year-old niece, sitting next to me, was also filled with anticipation. Pointing to the men, she shouted, “I wonder which one she'll more

  • Divine Discipleship Series

    Contributed by Donald Rapp on Jul 24, 2010

    Discipleship as defined by our Lord.

    Divine Discipleship The Book of Mark Mark 1:16-20 I. Introduction: A. This morning we are going to talk about discipleship. B. We hear a lot about this subject. 1. A disciple is a learner/pupil. a) One who puts himself under the authority of a teacher or leader. b) Every one who is saved more

  • Jesus Brings Good News Series

    Contributed by Chris Appleby on Jul 5, 2010

    Things sometimes look bad but Jesus coming brings the Kingdom of God near

    By Rev Bill Stewart On the 8 May 1945, Victory in Europe Day, the British Prime Minister Winston Churchill broadcast to the nation that Germany had surrendered and that a final cease fire on all war fronts in Europe would come into effect at one minute past midnight that night. The Act of Military more

  • Remember What We Are To Do Series

    Contributed by Alan Tison on Aug 7, 2010
    based on 4 ratings

    Jesus does not just call us to recognize him or to know him intellectually. Jesus expects us to do something with the knowledge of him. In Mark’s gospel we quickly discover what he expects us to do for Him

    A Country Church was having their annual revival meeting. On the first night the preacher preached a message about repentance and the need to return to the Lord. At the altar call, a man came down the aisle saying “Fill me Lord, Fill Me”. The next night the preacher challenged the more

  • Empty Nest

    Contributed by Michael Bolin on Sep 11, 2010
    based on 5 ratings

    looking at the different times during life at loneliness

    Empty Nest Read Mark 1:16-20 How many of you here today are experiencing the same thing Zebedee experienced? When children are young, we teach them to tie their shoes, fix their lunch, and eventually how to drive and do their own laundry. We as parents spend our time teaching our children in more

  • That We Might Be Like Him

    Contributed by J. Yeargin on Mar 7, 2017
    based on 1 rating

    A dozen men “WHO MIGHT BE WITH HIM”. I’m sure Jesus knew these men and their past… Jesus knew all of the mistakes they had each made with their lives. Nevertheless Jesus wanted them to follow Him...regardless of their shortcomings.

    THAT WE MIGHT BE LIKE HIM A lot can be learned about someone by talking to the friends who are closest to them. There are people that I am close to that know me very well, and there are others who know me only by name, but they don’t really know me. The people who know me best know my more