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Transfiguration of Christ

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The transfiguration is the fulfillment of that promised “preview.” The transfiguration is a miniature picture of the coming kingdom. The transfiguration took place on “an high mountain apart” (probably Mount Hermon, close to Caesarea Philippi).

A Faith That Wins

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Matthew 15:21-28; Mark 7:24-30 In Matthew 14 we learn about Peter’s “little faith” (14:31). In Matthew 15 we find a Gentile woman with “great faith” (15:28). Only two people in the Bible are said to have “great faith” —A Gentile centurion with a dying servant (8:10). And this Gentile mother with a daughter vexed by […]

Water Walking Faith

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Mark 6:45-53 cf. Matthew 14:22-33 (text v. 31) Immediately after the miracle of feeding 5,000, Jesus constrains the disciples to get into their boat and go back to “the other side” of the sea o Galilee. This is their fourth trip across the Sea of Galilee within a few days (Mk. 4:35; 5:21; 6:32; 6:45). […]

Little is Much When God is In It

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Mark 6:30–44  [cf. Mt. 14:13–21; Luke 9:10–17; John 6:1–13] Only two miracles of Christ are recorded in all four gospel accounts: His resurrection and the feeding of the 5,000, thus showing it’s significance. ! It’s been a busy and tiresome day in the life of Christ. •In the first part of Mark 6 Jesus sent […]

On The Other Side

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Mark 5:1–20 [cf. Mt. 8:28-34; Luke8:26-39] Last week’s sermon was about Jesus crossing to “the other side” of the Sea of Galilee (Mk. 4:35). Why did Jesus want to cross to “the other side?” To go for a boat ride? He knew there was a man on “the other side” who needed to be delivered […]