Sermons on Healing

Sermons on Healing


Matthew 15:29 – 16:4

Matthew 15:29-16:4 – June 14, 2020 Who Believes, Who Has Faith  Three Keys 1) First a Centurion in Capernaum, small Jewish fishing and agricultural community on the northwest shore of the Sea of Galilee (Matthew 8:5-13) 2) Next a Jewish man in the Jewish area of Galilee in a synagogue with a shriveled hand was healed on the Sabbath whereupon the Pharisees plotted to kill Him. This led Matthew 12:17-21 to quote from Isaiah 42 which ends ‘In His name…

Matthew 9:18-26

Thank you, Vic, for stepping in with such short notice.  Pastor Riley is recuperating from acute bronchitis….    
Jesus, Son of David, have mercy on me!

Mark 10:32-52

Review 10:23-31 Riches do not have the power to help one work or worm his way into heaven. Jesus after saying v25 “It is easier for a camel to go through the eye of a needle than for someone who is rich to enter the kingdom of God” He adds v27 “With man this is impossible, but not with God; all things are possible with God.” In other words, Grace or Salvation is totally outside the sphere of human capacity.…
Then a cloud appeared and covered them, and a voice came from the cloud: "This is my Son, whom I love. Listen to Him!"

Mark 9:1-29

Review: 8:34-9:1 He teaches not only the disciples, but the crowd that has followed them at a distance while they walked. He calls them all together because He has a message for everyone – not only for His disciples. Denying self means to live as an others-centered person. Parents do this all the time for their children. Jesus would carry a cross, and walk down death row; so must those who follow Him. Are we willing to deny ourselves and…
Mark 8:34

Mark 8:1-9:1

Review: 7:31-37 If the people in the region where amazed at what Jesus had done for the demon possessed man in chapter 5, here they were overwhelmed with amazement or utterly amazed because here was a man they brought to Jesus who was deaf and dumb, both incredibly real physical problems. These were Gentiles and this is made clear when we look at Matthew 15:30-31 where Gentiles praised the God of Israel because of Jesus. 8:1-9 From Jesus’ words it…
Mark 7:36

Mark 7:1-37

Review Last week I confused two locations at the end of chapter six (v53), the coastal city Genneserat on the NW shore of Sea of Galilee and the region of the Gerasenes on the SW shore of the Sea of Galilee with the cities Gergesa, Gadana. and Geresa shown. 6:53-56 Jesus and His disciples has been in this region before when they visited Capernaum and went throughout Galilee. The people remembered and recognized Jesus and with great caring and charity…
Mark 6:2

Mark 6:1-30

Return, Repentance, Revenge, Report Review 5:21-24a Jairus, one of the synagogue officials, an important and respected man in the community came to Jesus with an attitude of selflessness, humility, and belief that Jesus could heal his daughter. Jesus left with him and a large crowd pressing about them. 5:24b-34 There was an interruption as they hurried to Jairus’ for Jesus to his daughter. An unclean woman touched Jesus’ garment in faith and immediately she was healed of her 12 year…
Mark 5:36

Mark 5:1-43

Review 4:21-23 Parable of the Lamp & Obligation Jesus uses the lamp to point out two import spiritual truths to the disciples and to us. They and we are responsible for the sharing of the truth – it must be shared. This parable tells them and tells us the truths revealed are to be shared! Ends with an admonishment in v23, If anyone has ears to hear, let them hear. 4:24-25 In these two short verses we have the concept…
Who are my mother and my brothers?

Mark 3:1-35

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But I want you to know that the Son of Man has authority on earth to forgive sins.

Mark 2:1-3:6

(Recording begins mid-message.) Short Overview of Mark: First comparing the Gospels to movies: Consider the size of the four Gospels Mark – 678 verses, 11,304 words – written for Roman Gentiles – short immediate action movie Matthew – 1,071 verses, 18,345 words – written for Jewish Christians – lots of detail and background Luke – 1,151 verses, 19,482 words written for Gentiles – from his trips with Paul originally tied to Acts John – 879 verses, 15,635 words written for…

Mark 1:1-45

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