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Mark 11:12-14  Intro: Sometimes the Lord does some things so apparently unreasonably severe, people “have cause” to doubt its truth or righteousness… What we can’t satisfactorily explain ,we explain away. “is this the carpenter’s son’?” Our text has this effect. One commentator said, “THIS STORY DOESN’T RING TRUE.” It seems so severe, we have a   Read More …

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Mark 10:46-52 — Vs 51, “What do you want Me to do for you,”  may sound like a superfluous, even foolish, question.  What else would a blind man want but his sight?  But Jesus asked the question anyway, and He asks us. I. WHAT DO YOU WANT JESUS TO DO FOR YOU?     1.This is   Read More …

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Mark 4:35-41 INTRO:  In early Christian art the Church was depicted as a boat driven upon a perilous sea– very  early  this incident was understood as a sign of Jesus’ saving presence in the persecution that  threatened to overwhelm the church. The disciples have trouble behaving correctly in a storm. The word Mark uses means   Read More …

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Mark 4:35-41 Intro: In early Christian art the church was often depicted as a boat driven upon a perilous sea — very early this incident (text) was understood as a sign of Jesus saving presence in the presence of storms that seek to overwhelm the believer’s life. 1. THE STORM OFTEN COMES IN THE PATH   Read More …

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Ron Dunn Sermons

Mark 10 Open your Bibles to the Gospel of Mark, chapter 10.  I want to read a familiar story.  I am a little hesitant at times to announce a text as familiar as this one.  We have a tendency to step into neutral and say, well, I’ve heard all that before.  But I trust the   Read More …

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