Jan 22, 2023
Mark 6:1-6 | Isn’t This the Carpenter?
Series: Mark
January 22, 2023: Jesus had been preaching and performing miraculous healings for some time. He was getting well known throughout Galilee. Then He went to Nazareth. The place where He was raised. The reception there was not overwhelmingly positive. Today, we see reasons that people reject Jesus.   For more information on Sappony Baptist Church, please visit our website at www.sappony1773.org
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  • Jan 22, 2023Mark 6:1-6 | Isn’t This the Carpenter?
    Jan 22, 2023
    Mark 6:1-6 | Isn’t This the Carpenter?
    Series: Mark
    January 22, 2023: Jesus had been preaching and performing miraculous healings for some time. He was getting well known throughout Galilee. Then He went to Nazareth. The place where He was raised. The reception there was not overwhelmingly positive. Today, we see reasons that people reject Jesus.   For more information on Sappony Baptist Church, please visit our website at www.sappony1773.org
  • Jan 15, 2023Mark 5:21-43 | She Was Healed
    Jan 15, 2023
    Mark 5:21-43 | She Was Healed
    Series: Mark
    January 15, 2023: Today, we look at two of Jesus’ closely related miracles. A desperate father comes to the Lord for healing for his twelve-year-old daughter. A desperate woman who has had a bleeding problem for twelve years also comes to the Lord for healing. Both this upstanding synagogue leader and this poor woman needed what only Jesus could provide. Today, we see some requirements that we must meet in order to have our prayers answered. For more information on Sappony Baptist Church, please visit our website at www.sappony1773.org
  • Jan 8, 2023Mark 5:1-20 | How Much the Lord Has Done
    Jan 8, 2023
    Mark 5:1-20 | How Much the Lord Has Done
    Series: Mark
    January 8, 2023: In the encounter we read today, we see that Jesus casts many demons out of one man in an area known as the Decapolis (ten cities). We see three responses to Jesus in this encounter. The demons try to neutralize Him, the community expels Him, and the man He rescued clings to Him. Let’s examine our response.   For more information on Sappony Baptist Church, please visit our website at www.sappony1773.org
  • Nov 13, 2022Mark 4:35-41 | Who Then Is This?
    Nov 13, 2022
    Mark 4:35-41 | Who Then Is This?
    Series: Mark
    November 13, 2022: The disciples are in a panic. The boat is taking on water and Jesus is sound asleep and not helping them. They are doing everything they know how to do and are worried they’re going to die. Today, we will see that sometimes obedience takes us into the storm. These storms can test our faith. The help we receive may not be what we expect. Through it all, we must remember that the Lord of Creation is the Lord of my storm.   For more information on Sappony Baptist Church, please visit our website at www.sappony1773.org.
  • Nov 6, 2022Mark 4:21-34 | Parables Like These
    Nov 6, 2022
    Mark 4:21-34 | Parables Like These
    Series: Mark
    November 6, 2022: Today, from Jesus’ teaching, we are going to see that if I am saved, scripture is not a mystery to me; I am responsible for sharing the light I have; and that personal growth and church growth happen organically.   For more information on Sappony Baptist Church, please visit our website at www.sappony1773.org.
  • Oct 30, 2022Mark 4:1-20 | Immediately They Receive It
    Oct 30, 2022
    Mark 4:1-20 | Immediately They Receive It
    Series: Mark
    October 30, 2022: Today, we examine the “Parable of the Sower.” This is Mark’s introduction to Jesus’ parabolic teaching. From this passage, we examine the four responses to the word of God: no response, emotional response, worldly response, and fruitful response. For more information on Sappony Baptist Church, please visit our website at www.sappony1773.org.
  • Oct 23, 2022Mark 3:20-35 | He’s Out of His Mind
    Oct 23, 2022
    Mark 3:20-35 | He’s Out of His Mind
    Series: Mark
    October 23, 2022: People have been looking for a way to reject Jesus for two thousand years. There is one big reason. If Jesus is not who He claims to be, we can ignore his moral authority over us. If, however, He is who He says He is, we must accept His Lordship over our lives and surrender our will to Him. This has never been particularly popular, but now it is a really hard sell. Sometimes, people are desperate to disprove Jesus as the Messiah, but really, as we see in our passage today, only three possibilities exist. Either Jesus is crazy, a fraud, or He is Lord. For more information please visit our website at www.sappony1773.org.
  • Oct 16, 2022Mark 3:7-19 | He Appointed Twelve
    Oct 16, 2022
    Mark 3:7-19 | He Appointed Twelve
    Series: Mark
    October 16, 2022: A preacher once said, “what you do to get them, you have to do more and better of the same to keep them.” While Jesus could draw a large crowd, he never kept the majority of them for long. He would heal people causing people to flock to Him. Then, He would retreat to pray, spend time alone with the Father, and teach the twelve. Jesus clearly makes time for both the big gathering and the small group. That is what we will observe today. We will see that there is a time to “Come and See,” a time to “Draw Closer,” and a time to “Go and Do.”
  • Oct 9, 2022Mark 2:23-3:6 | Immediately the Pharisees Went
    Oct 9, 2022
    Mark 2:23-3:6 | Immediately the Pharisees Went
    Series: Mark
    October 9, 2022: It was the Sabbath, and the disciples were hungry. So, they ate a few handfuls of grain as they were passing through the fields, only to be called lawbreakers by religious leaders. These same religious leaders would later plot to kill Jesus for healing a man on the Sabbath. Their judgment of Jesus and the disciples pointed out their hypocrisy. Today, we see that we should offer grace instead of judgment.
  • Oct 2, 2022Mark 2:13-22 | He Got Up and Followed Him
    Oct 2, 2022
    Mark 2:13-22 | He Got Up and Followed Him
    Series: Mark
    October 2, 2022: At some point, Levi had made the decision to leave his family behind and go into government service. He became the worst of all things he could be as a Jew. He became a tax collector, whose job was to extort taxes from his own people for their occupiers. Even worse, he was getting rich selling out his own people. He was working for the enemy. That is, until one day, when Jesus saw him at work and simply said, “Follow me.” Doing so would change his life forever, and will do the same for you.