Messages

Mark

Mark

Mar 2018 - May 2019
Sermons in this series
Tue, May 21, 2019
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Under the Law, the sacrifices were consumed in fire on the alter. There were only ashes left. Under faith, and the covenant of Grace, the sacrifice remains.
Sun, Mar 03, 2019
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51 mins 10 secs
Jesus perfectly fulfilled the prophecies of the suffering Messiah. He experienced pain, sorrow, and sickness so that He could carry our suffering, heal it, and eventually end it.
Sun, Feb 24, 2019
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56 mins 28 secs
Our sin was put upon Jesus. His innocence and righteousness was put upon us. The Jewish council condemned him for telling the truth. Pilate declared Him innocent. He was qualified to be the innocent sacrifice.
Sun, Feb 10, 2019
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55 mins 46 secs
Christ is after unity in His church, in His spiritual body. This unity is to also be with and IN Christ, as Christ is with and in and one with the Father. Since God, being perfect, cannot have sin within Himself, sin must be eradicated in us. So God ordained Christ to wash it away, completely and absolutely.
Sun, Feb 03, 2019
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57 mins 39 secs
Our High Priest is Jesus, not Odin. He doesn’t hurl thunderbolts down on earth out of pique. He lived and suffered like us while still being God. He loves us and cares for us. He is the perfect intermediary between the Father and us.
Sun, Jan 27, 2019
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56 mins 26 secs
Jesus is our High Priest. And since He is eternally alive, His High Priesthood is eternal.
Sun, Jan 20, 2019
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1 hr 2 mins 50 secs
The relationship between mankind and God was radically transformed by Jesus. Where it had been distant, it is now intimate and personal. There is still awe, but rather than the awe of a being who could destroy you, it’s the awe of that same being who loves us beyond all comprehension and took the punishment we deserved.
Sun, Dec 02, 2018
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1 hr 9 mins 5 secs
Sun, Nov 25, 2018
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56 mins 2 secs
Jesus’ life & its events were prophesied. These are a few of them.
Sun, Nov 18, 2018
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56 mins 17 secs
The leaders of Israel had come to worship the Law rather than the Lawgiver. The Law was an idol, and they were idolators. They find again that arguing the Law with the Lawgiver is a losing proposition.