The Humanity and Divinity of Christ (Mark 4:35-41)

Sunday Worship (20 January 2019)

Today’s passage draws out the doctrine of Christ’s humanity & divinity, being fully man and fully God, who alone can become the mediator between God and man. Be encouraged and comforted by the truth that God does care about you and you can fully trust God in all situations, even the midst of the storm:

The Certainty of Christ’s Kingdom (Mark 4:26-34)

Sunday Worship (13 January 2019)

We resume our study in the book of Mark this week continuing with the Lord Jesus using parables to hide truth from unbelievers and reveal truth to believers. The Lord Jesus uses 2 more parables to reveal to His disciples the expectation of rejection but also the certainty of God’s Kingdom. Be encouraged today as you listen to the exposition of Mark 4:26-34:

Bible Exposition Conference, 12-13 Oct 2018: Return to Me (Book of Malachi)

Enjoy & be encouraged again by the conference messages:

Session 1A: They Beat One, And Killed Another, And Stoned a Third (Malachi 1:1)

Session 1B: I Will Be Gracious To Whom I Will Be Gracious (Malachi 1:2-5)

Session 2: Oh That One Among You Would Shut The Gates (Malachi 1:6-2:9)

Session 3: That No Man Transgress And Defraud His Brother (Malachi 2:10-16)

Session 4: Do Homage To The Son, That He Does Not Become Angry (Malachi 2:17-3:5)

Session 5: If You, LORD, Should Mark Iniquities, O LORD, Who Could Stand? (Malachi 3:6-12)

Session 6: For You Who Fear My Name, The Sun of Righteousness Will Rise (Malachi 3:13-4:3)

Conclusion: The Lord is Patient Toward You (Malachi 4:4-6)

 

Jesus Relentlessly Focused on the Father’s Mission (Mark 3:20-21)

Sunday Worship (30 September 2018)

With the clock ticking & knowing His time to be crucified by the religious leaders is near, Jesus relentlessly focused on His Father’s mission of preaching the Gospel to perishing souls. He prioritized this even over food & family. Be encouraged by the life of our Lord Jesus through the exposition of God’s Word in Mark 3:20-21:

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