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Sermons on Mark

Sermons on Mark

Crazy Love, church, Franklin, WI

Love…Sees It Through

Love is hard. There are so many times when we’re just weary. We give and give and give and never seem to get anything back. Jesus displayed so much love through his life and ministry. He had every right to expect a little something back. But human love is always tainted by selfish motivations. Still that’s the thing about God’s love. It’s committed. It does what it needs to do. Love sees it through. Mark 11:1-10, John 19:28-30
Crazy Love, church, Franklin, WI

Love…Takes Up the Cross

When we think that love means happiness and roses and nothing more, we’re in for serious disappointment. Sometimes love means sacrifice and suffering. Sometimes loves means taking up a cross can carrying it to its finish. Mark 8:31-38; John 19:28-29
Crazy Love, church, Franklin, WI

Love…Fights

Forty days in the wilderness without food. Nailed to a cross and left to die. Does God really love me? Does God really care? Or am I truly in this all alone? Yes, the temptation is often there to give up on a relationship when we don’t feel the love. Love, however, refuses to throw in the towel, love does not give up. Love fights to hold on to what it knows and believes!  Mark 1:12-15; Mark 15:34
generous, least, church, Franklin WI, Victory of the Lamb

Generous Heart

We sometimes think that we can’t be “generous” because generosity inherently means giving away lots of something and we don’t necessarily have “a lot” of anything. But generosity, as we’ve learned is a matter of the heart and is measured in sacrifice.

It’s Who You Know

Luther saw the world becoming more and more evil. The end is closer now: have confidence know the One who can bring us safely through these end times.
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Loving Intent

In God’s hand suffering always has a beneficial effect. Sermon Text: Mark 8:27-38
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Personal Touch

Suffering affords the opportunity to personally experience God’s loving touch. Sermon Text: Mark 7:31-37

The Followers

Think of the cheers of Palm Sunday: “Hosanna to the Son of David!” Then think of the jeers five days later: “Crucify him!” We may shake our heads. Yet, how easily we can get dragged along with the wrong crowd!

The Thinker – Pilate

When it comes to making the big, all-important decision, how often haven’t we got caught up in the over-thinking it game? And instead of doing the right thing, we gave in to fear.

The Born Leader – Peter

We think we’re so strong. Yet, when put to the test, how often we come up falling short! When we come up short, however, may God give us the strength to be more like Peter than Judas.
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