Mark 6:14–29, Mark 9:9-13 Key verse: Mark 6:14 Big idea: In the Old Testament, it’s easy to miss the themes of resurrection and eternal life, but the death of John the prophet helps us to see that Jesus death and resurrection is fitting and inevitable. SERMON VIDEO LINK
GOOD FRIDAY SERMON at 9am on 10th April, 2020 Mark 15:16-32, Mark 15:33-41 Key verse: Mark 15:39 Big idea: Jesus is mocked as a false king, a sinner, and a failed saviour, but the joke is on the mockers, as the true irony of the cross reveals Jesus to be the true righteous […]
Bible Readings: Mark 14: 12-31 and Mark 14: 32-52 Here is the link for viewing this sermon: https://youtu.be/mMhFUrcetsQ Big Idea: The disciples, despite their shock at Jesus’ warning and their bold intentions to stay strong, are totally unable to stand with Jesus. Submitting perfectly to God’s will is something that only Jesus could do.
Mark 13:1-23; Mark 13:24-37 Key verse: Mark 13:33 Big idea: The temptation is for us to get carried away by doomsayers and false messiahs, but don’t let it happen. Stick with your Christian calling and mission, even as we see events unfolding around us. Here also is the video youtube link for this sermon […]
Mark 8:27-38; Psalm 32 Title Verse: Mark 8:34 Big Idea: The narrative of Jesus suffering – rejected, killed, risen – is to play out in the lives of his people as they die to self to live for God and is evident in both their words and works together. Sermon Outline: Have you ever heard […]
Psalm 110; Mark 12:35-44 Key Verse – Mark 12:38 Big idea: The teachers of the law love to be looked up to as great, but it’s Jesus in his self giving who’s truly great. God loves those who think the same way. Are you giving God a tokenistic show, or are you going all in? […]
Mark 12:13-27; Mark 12:28-34 Key verse: Mark 12:34b Big idea: In each of the three stories, people try to discredit Jesus but end up getting discredited themselves. If you reject Jesus, it isn’t because he’s lacking, it’s because you don’t want to admit your own deficiency.
Mark 11:27-12:12; Isaiah 5:1-7 Key Verse: Mark 12:10 Big idea: What authority does Jesus have? True authority that comes from God, not people. When Jesus is rejected, it only leads to greater glory through the resurrection. You need to follow Jesus!
Mark 11:1-11; Mark 11:12-25 Key Verse: Mark 11:13 Big idea: Jesus enters Jerusalem as the king of Israel, but when he gets there, he finds the people are faithless and fruitless. Jesus curses this empty religiosity and hints that true faith will come through a different temple. Do you trust in the new temple?
Mark 10: 35-45; Luke 22: 14-30 Key Verse: These are written that you may believe that Jesus is the Christ, the Son of God, and that by believing you may have life in his name.” John 20: 31