Monthly Archives: July 2012

The Meaning of the Death of Christ

Yesterday morning, we looked at Mark 10:32-45. This text is very similar to Mark 9:30-41 and it includes very similar teaching about service. However, Mark 10:32-45 also offers us some special insight into the meaning of the death of Christ. … Continue reading

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The Only Way To Be Saved

At the beginning of the Gospel of Mark we are told that when Jesus began his ministry that he “came into Galilee, proclaiming the gospel of God, and saying, “The time is fulfilled, and the kingdom of God is at … Continue reading

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Discipleship and Marriage

Yesterday we looked at Mark 10:1-12, where we got a snapshot of Jesus’ views on marriage, divorce, and remarriage. I say that it was a snapshot because Jesus had more to say in other parts of Scripture (such as Matthew … Continue reading

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Sermons Online

As of two weeks ago, I began to record my sermons. Today, I found a website where I could post them online. I posted two sermons from the Gospel of Mark and two sermons from 2 Corinthians.  Hopefully, Steve Sanders … Continue reading

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Yesterday

Yesterday we continued working our way through the Gospel of Mark by looking at 9:42-50. In the transition between verses 42 and 43 we saw Jesus make a transition from warning the disciples about hindering the faith of others, to … Continue reading

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Two Weeks Ago

I was on vacation last week so I did not get to write a post summarizing my sermon from Mark 9:30-42. In that passage, we saw the repetition of a pattern that occurs three times in the Gospel of Mark; … Continue reading

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