Today’s message from Mark 6:1-6 looks at the importance of faith without doubt to experience all that God has for His people. https://youtu.be/Hh4IMdWwq1c
In our study through 1 Samuel, we reach chapter 20 at a timely moment, since it teaches us about how to relate to one another and build trust in a time when persecution begins to grow and the church loses freedom to worship openly.
Jesus solves the problems of chronic illness, poverty, and ostracization for one woman, and the problem of death for a young girl in Mark 5:21-43, teaching you and me much along the way. Video sermon from Oct. 24, 2021.
In Mark 5:1-20, Jesus shows us His love of every soul, the greatness of His power over all the forces of darkness combined, His ability to cleanse from all uncleanness, the foolishness of turning Him away for temporal things, and the great purpose our lives can fulfill after He saves us.
In today’s message from Mark 4, we see the completion of a group of parables about growth in faith in response to God’s word, and see how Jesus begins to bring about that growth in His disciples, and in us.
A message on 1 Samuel 19, in which Saul’s efforts to kill David continue to be utterly thwarted, teaching us much about God’s power to protect His own and to bring about whatever He pleases in the world.
A message on 1 Samuel 18, where King Saul and his son Jonathan both come to the realization that David is likely God’s choice for the kingship, and react in polar opposite manners. We learn that what sustains David is something we also possess as followers of Christ, to face our life’s struggles.
A message on Mark 3:31-35 teaches us about family relationships and about living in the family of God.