Sermons

Sermons

Introduction.

This series looks at three different pressure-packed situations in the life of Saul, king of Israel. His responses have much to teach us about dealing with stress inappropriately. As 1 Corinthians 10 affirms, Israel’s history is there for our instruction. Even the negative examples should benefit us. So over these weeks, as we explore failures under pressure, may we learn to become more like Jesus through the stresses in our lives today.

Introduction.

This series looks at three different pressure-packed situations in the life of Saul, king of Israel. His responses have much to teach us about dealing with stress inappropriately. As 1 Corinthians 10 affirms, Israel’s history is there for our instruction. Even the negative examples should benefit us. So over these weeks, as we explore failures under pressure, may we learn to become more like Jesus through the stresses in our lives today.

Introduction.

This series looks at three different pressure-packed situations in the life of Saul, king of Israel. His responses have much to teach us about dealing with stress inappropriately. As 1 Corinthians 10 affirms, Israel’s history is there for our instruction. Even the negative examples should benefit us. So over these weeks, as we explore failures under pressure, may we learn to become more like Jesus through the stresses in our lives today.

Introduction.

The gospel of Mark portrays Jesus as a Servant on the move. Using the word “immediately” over 40 times, he shows Jesus ministering. Obedient to the Father’s will, Jesus preaches the good news, heals the sick, teaches his followers, and performs miracles. All the while, he heads toward his sacrificial death on the cross. Mark 10:45 sums up his mission: “For even the Son of Man did not come to be served, but to serve, and to give his life a ransom for many.” Mark’s gospel reveals Jesus to be the perfect Servant and the perfect Sacrifice. Those who receive him as the good news, are empowered to serve in his name.

Introduction.

The gospel of Mark portrays Jesus as a Servant on the move. Using the word “immediately” over 40 times, he shows Jesus ministering. Obedient to the Father’s will, Jesus preaches the good news, heals the sick, teaches his followers, and performs miracles. All the while, he heads toward his sacrificial death on the cross. Mark 10:45 sums up his mission: “For even the Son of Man did not come to be served, but to serve, and to give his life a ransom for many.” Mark’s gospel reveals Jesus to be the perfect Servant and the perfect Sacrifice. Those who receive him as the good news, are empowered to serve in his name.

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