Sermons on Mark (Page 3)
Text: Mark 10:1-12 Main Idea: God’s allowance for divorce does not mean that marriage is a disposable commitment.
Text: Mark 9:42-50 Main Idea: Pursue Christian unity and whole-hearted discipleship because the horrors of hell are infinitely worse than anything you could ever experience in this life.
Text: Mark 9:38-41 Main Idea: Disciples demonstrate their true greatness when they celebrate the reality that the Kingdom of God is far greater than their personal convictions and experience.
Text: Mark 9:30-37 Main Idea: Disciples demonstrate their true greatness when they humbly serve “unimportant” people.
Text: Mark 9:14-29 Main Idea: Faith is the act of humbly believing that Jesus is both willing and able to meet us in our most hopeless inadequacies.
Text: Mark 9:1-13 Main Idea: Listen to Jesus—he is more than a messenger from God, he is the very Son of God.
Text: Mark 8:22-38 Main Idea: Every disciple must embrace a crucified Messiah and pursue a cross-centered life.
Text: Mark 8:1–21 Main Idea: Faithless familiarity is just as dangerous as abject unbelief.
Text: Mark 7:14-23 Main Idea: Holiness is not a matter of hand-washing, but a heart that is wholly captivated by God himself.
Text: Mark 7:1–13 Main Question: What is the essence of religious hypocrisy?