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    • April 19, 2020
    • Christ's Power Over Every Need
    • Ty Thomas
    • When John the Baptist was preaching about repentance and forgiveness he was paving the way for the beginning of Jesus’ ministry baptizing the people in the Jordan river. His message was not about him or what he was doing but spreading the news that Jesus was coming. When Jesus got to the place where John was, He was baptized and God spoke saying “This is My Son whom I love with you I am well pleased. Jesus then spent forty days in the wilderness being tempted by Satan.

  • 2

    • April 26, 2020
    • The Book of Mark - Week 2
    • Ty Thomas
    • When he came out of the wilderness, where he was tempted by Satan, He was preaching the word and healing the sick, and almost immediately the Pharisees saw him and called Him a blasphemer because he told peole that their sins were forgiven, a job that they considered to be God’s alone. On top of this, Jesus ate with sinners, answered questions about fasting, and even working on the Sabbath.

  • 3

    • May 3, 2020
    • The Book of Mark - Week 3
    • Ty Thomas
    • This week’s continuing and fast moving narrative of Jesus’ ministry has Him doing what He came to earth to do, to seek and save the lost. We again find Jesus in the middle of a crowd preaching. There was a paralyzed man whose friends brought him to Jesus. Because there was no way through the crowd, they dug a way through the roof and lowered him to the floor. Jesus told the man his sins were forgiven,. The Pharisees were incensed calling Jesus a blasphemer a crime punishable by death. There were more instances where Jesus challenged the Pharisees by performing miracles and associating with sinners. By the end of this passage, the Pharisees’ plot to kill Jesus was starting to grow.

  • 4

    • May 10, 2020
    • The Book of Mark - Week 4
    • Dan Schoepf
    • What would you do if your family thought you were going out of your mind? Because Jesus was dedicated and focused on doing His fathers will, His family thought that. Worse than that even, teachers of the law thought He was possessed. He was anything but. He knew that they were talking about them and talked to them in parables. As an example, He asked them.”How can Satan drive out Satan?” Its impossible it’s like a man standing in a bucket and trying to lift himself up by the handle. It’s impossible. He then told those present that people could be forgiven of all their sins except those who blaspheme the Holy Spirit, they will never be forgiven. Ever.

  • 5

    • May 17, 2020
    • The Book of Mark - Week 5
    • Ty THomas
    • This week we learn why Jesus spoke to the crowds in parables and look at a few of the parables in Mark chapter 4. Jesus is teaching on sowing crops. Now this is a topic that most of them understood, but the stories he told, parables, contained a hidden message within them. The farmer went out to sow seeds, some fell on a path, yet others fell on rocky soil and still others fell among thorns. But some also fell on fertile soil. Only the seed that fell on the good soil produced a crop. Listen as Ty unpacks this serious topic.

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    • May 25, 2020
    • The Book of Mark - Week 6
    • Yenner Wuanti
    • As if it were not enough that Jesus healed the sick, the crippled, raised the dead and drove out demons, we read in this passage even the wind and waves obey Him. Even His disciples were asking “Who is this?” After calming the storm a man possessed by many demons came to Him and Jesus drove out the demons and they went into a herd of about 2000 pigs ran fell into the lake and drowned. Jesus continued working His miracles raising a dead girl to life and healing a woman who had been sick for many years. And after all this, there are still many who do not believe