This message starts our two-part Christmas focus with the genealogy of Jesus from the Gospel of Matthew. The genealogies are typically parts of the Bible that we skim over, however in them are fascinating treasures of deep truths that are waiting to be discovered. This message will uncover the 5 women of the family line of Jesus!
Jesus is truly the hope of the world and we will see hope in action as we again look to Mark and his description of the limits of mankind and the unlimited power of Jesus. With Jesus we always have hope and so much to give us great joy!
Jesus demonstrates His authority over all natural and supernatural forces. In this message we will read about His encounter with a demonized man and how this interaction demonstrates His identity and position as the “son of the most high God.” He is worthy of your trust and allegiance.
Have you ever wondered if Jesus cares about what you are going through? We are prone to ask that question when we are going through hardship and heartache. In this message, we will learn from and about Jesus in His interaction with the disciples as they encounter of a great storm.
What is your relationship with the word of God? Is it something that you treasure and cherish or is it something that is forgotten and shelved among other things? In this message, Jesus speaks to us about the “wonder of the word” and if you listen, it will have great effect in you and through you.
What kind of soil is in the garden of your soul? How can we be people who turn truth into fruit? In this message, we will learn from the teaching of the seed and the soil.
Phil DelRe is the founder and president of Voice in the Wilderness Ministries and the Institute for Christian Apologetics.
The Gospel of Mark – Part 14 The Family of God – Mark 3:31-35 Mosaic Rockford – Dave Spooner – Oct. 6th, 2019 Intro: In the last passage of this chapter, Mark returns to Jesus’ family when they finally arrive from Nazareth to the place Jesus was staying in Capernaum. They had come to “seize” Jesus…
The main purpose of the Gospel of Mark is to tell the good news of Jesus. Each one of us needs to deal with the question of His identity and then respond to that conclusion. This Sunday we will read people’s responses to Him as we wrestle with the question for ourselves.