Sermons on Mark (Page 4)
Text: Mark 6:45–52 Main Idea: Hard hearts pose a greater threat to personal discipleship than any form of physical danger.
Text: Mark 6:30–44 Main Idea: Jesus is a compassionate shepherd who fulfills God’s Old Testament Promises.
Text: Mark 6:7–30 Main Idea: The call to discipleship is a call to actively participate in Jesus’ kingdom work no matter the personal cost.
Text: Mark 6:1-6 Main Idea: Unbelief is the abject refusal to acknowledge the wisdom and work of God in the person and ministry of Jesus Christ.
Text: Mark 5:21-43 Main Idea: Faith trusts in Jesus despite the utter hopelessness of present circumstances.
TEXT: Mark 5:1-20 Main Idea: Jesus is the Son of God and he is a merciful Savior.
Text: Mark 4:35–41 Main Idea: Jesus is truly the Son of God because only God can still a storm.
Text: Mark 4:26-34 Main Idea: The Kingdom of God grows all by itself.
Text: Mark 4:21–25 Main Idea: Hearing is necessary but it is never sufficient.
1 Peter 1:1–6 Main Idea: If you are truly “born again,” there is no power in heaven or on earth—including yourself—that can pry you from God’s loving grip because Jesus secured your salvation in his death, burial, and resurrection from the dead.