MS Week #25: The Glory of Jesus Revealed

Brad Libolt speaking on Mark 9:2-13. He spoke of the glory of Jesus being revealed, and how God had every right to reject us, but instead he became like us, to die for us, to save us. 2 And after six days Jesus took with him Peter and James and John, and led them up a […]

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MS Week #24: Take Up Your Cross

Brad Libolt speaking on Mark 8:22-9:1. He spoke of how Jesus knew that he was going to suffer, be rejected, die, and rise again. We must die to ourselves in order to follow Jesus, for we do not profit anything by gaining the world but losing our soul. Last week we saw that the disciples […]

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MS WEEK #23: Faith is a Gift

Brad Libolt speaking on Mark 8:11-21. He spoke of how the disciples were just as blind as the Pharisees,even though Jesus had given them many signs as to who he is. Brad explains that this is because faith is a gift from God. 11 The Pharisees came and began to argue with him, seeking from him […]

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MS Week #22: Who Did Jesus Come For?

Brad Libolt speaking on Mark 7:24-37. He spoke of how Jesus not only came for the Jews, but also the Gentiles. Jesus came for the unexpected people in our lives. We are going to start in Isaiah. We usually don’t flip around in our Bibles a lot, but today we are going to go between […]

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MS Week #21: Commandments and Traditions

Brad Libolt speaking on Mark 7:1-23. He spoke about how the Jews made their traditions more important than God’s commandments. He asked us to look at our own lives and traditions to see if we too are making our traditions surrounding God’s commandments more important than the commandments themselves. This passage today is all about […]

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MS Week #20: Wants Vs. Needs

Brad Libolt speaking on Mark 6:30-44. He spoke of Jesus providing for the large crowd of five-thousand, and how he provides for our needs as well. He asked us if we tend to ask God for things that we want or things that we need. Are we asking for God’s will to be done, or […]

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