The Gospel of Mark (Page 3)

The Gospel of Mark (Page 3)

Crumbs for Dogs

Sermon #26 from the Series The Gospel of Mark (Mark 7:24-30): Title: “Crumbs for Dogs” – Though we are unworthy, we may partake of the blessings and benefits of Jesus Christ by coming to Him with a desperate, persistent, and humble faith, appealing to Him for His mercy and grace.

External Solutions Cannot Solve Internal Problems

Sermon #25 from the Series The Gospel of Mark (Mark 7:14-23): Title: “External Solutions Cannot Solve Internal Problems” – Since spiritual defilement stems from evil within our hearts, then it is only through the Holy Spirit’s renewal of our hearts, not from external acts or rituals, that we can receive salvation.

Clean Hands or Clean Heart?

Sermon #24 from the Series The Gospel of Mark (Mark 7:1-3): Title: “Clean Hands or Clean Heart? ” – In our pride we must never elevate adherence to external rituals, rules, or traditions above God’s Word, which clearly teaches us that in humility we are to come to God in repentance and faith in Jesus.

Jesus Walks on the Water

Sermon #23 from the Series The Gospel of Mark (Mark 6:45-56): Title: “Jesus Walks on the Water” – Even though we encounter storms in our lives, we should be encouraged, and should worship Jesus and rejoice in His glory because He carries us through the storms.

Jesus Feeds the 5000

Sermon #22 from the Series The Gospel of Mark (Mark 6:30-44): Title: “Jesus Feeds the 5000” – The Lord Jesus reveals Himself to be the compassionate shepherd who satisfies the true hunger of our souls by providing us with what we need most – Him! .

The Death of John the Baptist

Sermon #21 from the Series The Gospel of Mark (Mark 6:14-29): Title: “The Death of John the Baptist” – Because of who He is, His infinite worth, and the difference He makes, we must humble ourselves before Jesus, repent of our sins, and trust in Him to save us.

The Urgent Demands of the Gospel

Sermon #20 from the Series The Gospel of Mark (Mark 6:6b-13): Title: “The Urgent Demands of the Gospel” – The urgency of the gospel necessitates that we be active disciples who live lives dependent upon God’s power and provision, focused on the mission of obediently proclaiming the straightforward message of faith and repentance.

A Prophet without Honor

Sermon #19 from the Series The Gospel of Mark (Mark 6:1-6): Title: “A Prophet without Honor” – To be amazed by and familiar with Jesus yet remain unchanged and unmoved to come to Him in humble faith will result in the loss of His grace, mercy and salvation.

A Desperate Father, a Desperate Woman, and Faith in Jesus

Sermon #18 from the Series The Gospel of Mark (Mark 5:21-43): Title: “A Desperate Father, a Desperate Woman, and Faith in Jesus” – Because sin leaves us spiritually unclean and hopelessly desperate, we must exercise faith in Jesus who promises to pour out His mercy and grace, remove our uncleanness, and give us new life.

Jesus Calms the Chaotic Life of a Demoniac

Sermon #17 from the Series The Gospel of Mark (Mark 5:1-20): Title: Jesus Calms the Chaotic Life of a Demoniac – “Jesus can take a life that is broken and make it whole again, giving it new purpose and meaning.”

The Storms of LIfe

Sermon #16 from the Series The Gospel of Mark (Mark 4:35-41): Title: The Storms of LIfe – ” The storms of life provide us with the opportunity to be awestruck at the identity, authority, and majesty of Jesus, and remind us of the faith that we must have in Him.”

Shining Lights and Sowing Seeds

Sermon #15 from the Series The Gospel of Mark (Mark 4:21-34): Title: The Parable of the Soils – “Careful hearers of the Word will be faithful sowers of gospel seed and can be confident that God will build His kingdom through the light of Christ and His gospel.”

The Parable of the Soils

Sermon #14 from the Series The Gospel of Mark (Mark 4:1-20): Title: The Parable of the Soils – “The only proper response to the message of the gospel is to believe it and receive it into our hearts and allow it to grow so that it produces fruit for the kingdom of heaven.”

The Call of the Disciples

Sermon #12 from the Series The Gospel of Mark (Mark 3:6-19 ): Title: The Call of the Disciples – “In a world characterized by increased familiarity with Jesus, but also growing opposition to Him, He still calls ordinary people like you and me to walk in intimate relationship with Him and to proclaim His good news to the world.”

Jesus, Lord of the Sabbath

Sermon #11 from the Series The Gospel of Mark (Mark 2:23-3:6): “The Sabbath is God’s gift of love that reminds us our work neither creates, saves, nor sanctifies us, but that all of these blessings are accomplished through faith in Jesus Christ, the Lord of the Sabbath.”

Something Old and Something New

Sermon #10 from the Series The Gospel of Mark (Mark 2:21-22): “Something Old and Something New” Sermon in a Sentence – “The gospel of Jesus is not a patch to be added to our old self, nor can it be contained within old religious structures; rather, it is the good news that in Christ we are made new, wearing new robes of His righteousness and filled with the new wine of His Spirit.”

Who Needs a Doctor?

Sermon #9 from the Series The Gospel of Mark (Mark 2:15-17): “Who Needs a Doctor?” Sermon in a Sentence – “No matter what lies in your past, if you will obediently follow Him through repentance and faith, Jesus will change your future and use you to impact the lives of others to the glory of God.”

An Unlikely Disciple

Sermon #8 from the Series The Gospel of Mark (Mark 2:13-14): “An Unlikely Disciple” Sermon in a Sentence – “No matter what lies in your past, if you will obediently follow Him through repentance and faith, Jesus will change your future and use you to impact the lives of others to the glory of God.”

Forgiveness: The Greatest Miracle of All

Sermon #7 from the Series The Gospel of Mark (Mark 2:1-12): “The foremost and greatest miracle that Jesus ever performs is the forgiveness of sins because it meets the greatest need, brings the greatest blessing, and costs the greatest price.”