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Sermons about Obedience
We are told throughout the Bible to "Wait on The Lord". What does that mean in the life of a Christian? How do we wait and what do we do while we are waiting? This sermon looks at Acts 1 and the example of the disciples to see what waiting looks like.
Jesus feeds a multitude of people in a moments notice. What does this say about the power of God? He also chooses to perform this miracle in an understated way, and using people completely inadequate for the job. How can we learn from this miracle as we seek to be used by God?
God asks Moses to be a part of a story that requires obedience on his part. Moses didn't ask for this responsibility, and he wasn't looking for a new job. He tried to tell God he wasn't able or qualified and that he didn't want to do it. Moses obeys God with hesitance, and when he does... everything gets worse in his life. Why? Why can't things work when we obey God? How do we deal with the inevitable frustrations that we experience as we obey God?
God allows us to be a part of His miracles. The servants obeyed and scriptures said "they knew who did it". Wow, when we obey what he tells us to do we can be assured to know who really did the miracle. Thank you Jesus!
In Mark 2:13-15 we see that: The Master Calls Sinners Personally and Powerfully. In v. 13 we see our Master’s personal mercy. In v. 14 we hear the Master call authoritatively. In vs. 14b-15 we see evidence of the Master’s calling.
In Mark 1:16-20 we learn that: 1. The Master's Voice Calls us into a Supernatural Mission 2. The Master's Voice Calls into Immediate Submission
In Mark 1:9-11 We See and Hear God's Triune Grace through Jesus. 1. Jesus Appeared as an Obedient Son v.9 2. Jesus was Anointed by the Spirit v.10 3. Jesus was Affirmed by the Father v.11
Jesus: The Lunatic, Deceiver. or Savior?
King Josiah was an amazing character, but we could never be like that could we? We explore here why we can all be like Josiah, if we choose to be.
Many of us wonder what it looks like exactly to have a saving relationship with God. Abraham found out by walking with Him for 25 years. Chapter 17 of Genesis is about more than circumcision. This text provides us with a concrete answer to some of the questions that still plague us today. Namely, what does God want from me and how do I stay close to Him?