Sermons (Page 52)

Sermons (Page 52)

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“Jesus Has Authority” Mark 5:1-43

Theme: Jesus has authority over men, spirits, illness, life and death. Aim: Lay down your life to worship Christ by killing the idols to which our heart too often clings. Jesus has… (1) Authority over those living among the dead (Mark 5:1-13) (2) Authority that stirs up the community (Mark 5:14-20) a. Beggar 1 – “Jesus, please leave.” b. Beggar 2 – “Jesus, please let me be with you.” (3) More authority than any physician (Mark 5:21-34) a. Jairus’ request (vv. 21-23) b. Woman with the discharge (vv. 24-34) (4) Authority to raise the dead (Mark 5:35-43).

“The Essence of the Kingdom” Mark 4:1-41

Theme: God’s kingdom will be revealed, grows through God’s Word, is not to be underestimated, and has a King Jesus Christ. Aim: To grow in our understanding about God’s kingdom and pray that He will use His Word to establish His kingdom in and through us. (1) Parables & Sharing the Gospel (Mark 4:1-13; 21-22) a. Parables b. Sharing the Gospel – Evangelism (2) Response to the Gospel (Mark 4:14-20; 23-25) a. The Response of the People – 4 Soils b. Two ways to live (3) The Power of the Gospel (Mark 4:26-29) (4) Don’t Underestimate God’s Kingdom (Mark 4:30-34) (5) Jesus, The King of God’s Kingdom (Mark 4:35-41)

“The Unity of the Kingdom” Mark 3:7-35

Theme: The only source of true Christian unity is found in Jesus Christ alone. Aim: That God would help us to grow in our unity as disciples and as a family through Jesus Christ. (1) The Importance of Hearing (Mark 3:7-12) (2) The Purpose of Discipleship (Mark 3:13-21) (3) The United Kingdom (Mark 3:22-30) (4) The Family of Christ (Mark 3:31-35)

“King of Rest” Mark 2:18-3:6

Theme: We need the new King Jesus Christ over our old cold, violent, sinful hearts. Aim: We face sorrow and trials in our lives, but if we have Christ we have a rest that nothing can touch. (1) New vs. Old (Mark 2:18-22) a. Why don’t Jesus’ disciples fast? b. The wedding guests c. Unshrunk cloth & new wine (2) New – The King of Rest (Mark 2:13-14) (3) Old – Sinful Violent Hearts (Mark 2:15-17)

“King for Sinners” Mark 2:1-17

Theme: Jesus came for the sick, forgiving sin and calling sinners. Aim: Jesus is a king for sinners who feel their need for him. You can’t have Jesus as your king unless you’re a sinner. If you refuse to acknowledge you’re a sinner, friend drop your guise. Drop your pride. Open your eyes and see your need in the face of the coming judgment of a holy God. Turn from your sin and trust in Jesus as your king. (1) Jesus Forgives Sinners (Mark 2:1-12) (2) Jesus Calls “Sell Outs” (Mark 2:13-14) (3) Jesus Came for the Sick (Mark 2:15-17)

“King Jesus” Mark 1:16-45

Theme: Jesus rules over men, spirits, and illness, and His prayerful mission was to preach the gospel. Aim: Turn from the empty kings of this world, and have Christ as your King. Jesus is… (1) King over men (Mark 1:14-20) (2) King over spirits (Mark 1:21-28, 32) (3) King over illness (Mark 1:29-34, 40-45) (4) A King who prays and preaches (Mark 1:35-39)

“The Gospel of Jesus Christ” Mark 1:1-15

Theme: Jesus, the Son of God, is God, and Jesus is the good news that John looked forward to. Aim: Go to the Word of God to learn who who Jesus Christ really is, then repent and believe in Him! (1) Jesus Is the Good News (Mark 1:1) a. The beginning of the gospel b. Point of origin (2) Jesus Is the Son of God (Mark 1:1b) (3) Jesus’ Forerunner Foretold (Mark 1:2-8) a. John the Baptist b. Substance of John’s Teaching (4) The Trinity and the Gospel (Mark 1:9-15)

“God Redeems His People” Ruth 4:1-22

Theme: God redeems His people. Aim: Put your hope in God’s redemption through Ruth’s great-great grandson; King David’s greater Son, Jesus Christ. (1) A Proper Redeemer (Ruth 4:1-6) (2) God’s Promise (Ruth 4:7-12) (3) A Marriage (Ruth 4:13-17) (4) Genealogy of Another Redeemer (Ruth 4:18-22)

“God Provides for His People” Ruth 2:1-3:18

Theme: God’s people are refugees who take refuge in God by seeking a Redeemer and waiting for redemption. Aim: Take refuge from the trials of this world and from God’s eternal wrath in the Redeemer, Jesus Christ. (1) The Lord Is a Refuge (Ruth 2:1-13) (2) God’s People are Refugees (Ruth 2:14-23) (3) God’s People Pursue a Redeemer (Ruth 3:1-15) (4) God’s People Waiting for Redemption (Ruth 3:16-18)

“Suffering, God’s Kindness & Hope” Ruth 1:1-22

Theme: In the midst of sin and suffering, God is kind in His providence to draw His people to Himself with good news. Aim: Trust in the good news of God’s provision of salvation through the living water and bread of life, Jesus Christ (1) Suffering (Ruth 1:1-5) (2) God’s Providential Kindness (Ruth 1:6-18) (3) Hope (Ruth 1:19-22)