by admin | 28 Jul 2019
Few things are more likely to destroy peace and harmony in a local church than an individualistic pursuit of greatness. We need to beware of this tendency and to guard against it. In our text, Jesus teaches that, if we will promote peace and harmony in the church, we need to be relationally sensitive—to be committed to preserving a godly peace.
Scripture References: Mark 9:30-50
An exposition of the Gospel of Mark by Doug Van Meter.
|The Lord of the Deep (Mark 6:45-52)||Tim Cantrell||22 May 2011||Listen|
|The Beginning of the Gospel of Jesus Christ (Mark 1:1-11)||Tyrell Haag||22 Sep 2013||Listen|
|Spiritual Progress (Mark 4:1-20)||Christo Beetge||29 Dec 2013||Listen|
|Mission—Not Impossible (Mark 6:6–30)||Tyrell Haag||18 May 2014||Listen|
|Astonished Beyond Measure (Mark 7:31–37)||Brian Watts||9 Nov 2014||Listen|
|An Extraordinary Teaching (Mark 10:13–16)||Tyrell Haag||11 Jan 2015||Listen|
|Oh, My God, It’s Friday (Mark 15:30)||Doug Van Meter||3 Apr 2015||Listen|
|Our Chief Delight (Mark 12:30)||Barry Jamie||26 Apr 2015||Listen|
|Our Chief Duty (Mark 12:31)||Barry Jamie||3 May 2015||Listen|
|The Sanctity of a Life (Mark 5:1–43)||Doug Van Meter||7 Feb 2016||Listen|