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SERMON: Apostolic Preaching Ministry Begins | Mark 6:7–13

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Apostolic Preaching Ministry Begins | Mark 6:7–13
Shaun Marksbury | Quacco Baptist Church
Sunday Evening Service | 6 August, 2017

Prayer has the effect of bringing us into God’s work.  Just like in the sending of Isaiah (Isaiah 6:1–8), the ones with the Lord are about to be sent on a mission.  In Matthew 10, Luke 9, and here in Mark 6, we have the commissioning of the twelve to labor in the harvest mission.  We see them sent out with an their objective (v. 7), and then we’ll see their operation (vv. 8–11), and finally, their obedience (vv. 12–13).  In this, we will see some implications for our own service.
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Sermon Notes Apostolic Preaching Ministry Begins | Mark 6:7–13
Shaun Marksbury | Quacco Baptist Church
Sunday Evening Service | 6 August, 2017
I.Introduction Chapter six started with a sad account.  Jesus returned home, only to find Nazareth in determined u…

SERMON: The Unbelief of False Believers | Mark 6:1–6

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The Unbelief of False Believers | Mark 6:1–6
Shaun Marksbury | Quacco Baptist Church
Sunday Evening Service | 30 July, 2017

This week, we are looking at how unbelief operates.  More to the point, we’ll see how unbelief operates among supposed believers.  So, we are examining the unbelief of false believers.

What do we see?  First, unbelief causes false believers to be scandalized by Christ (vv. 1–4).  Second, unbelief causes false believers to be separated from Christ (vv. 5–6).  Let’s start our examination.

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Sermon Notes: I.Introduction Over the past few weeks, we’ve seen some of the most incredible miracles in Scripture.  Jesus has calmed the storm that the disciples saw as their death.  He casts out the legion of demons from the man that no one could bind.  He heals a malady that no physician could heal.  He raises Jairus’s daughter from the dead.  Jesus Christ alone performs …

SERMON: Faith in the Only Savior | Mark 5:21–43

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Faith in the Only Savior | Mark 5:21–43
Shaun Marksbury | Quacco Baptist Church
Sunday Evening Service | 23 July, 2017

Both of these accounts come back to faith in Christ’s words, even when all evidence points to the contrary.  The faith looks different depending on context, but it always has Christ as its object.  As such, we are seeing how true faith in the Savior operates.  We’ll see faith in the Savior amid the crowds, faith in the Savior amid uncleanness, faith in the Savior amid fear, and faith in the Savior amid death.

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Sermon Notes Faith in the Only Savior | Mark 5:21–43
Shaun Marksbury | Quacco Baptist Church
Sunday Evening Service | 23 July, 2017
I.Introduction Mark likes to interrupt stories into stories.  He did it back in chapter three, where the Pharisees’ blasphemy of the Holy Spirit comes in the midst of Jesus’s family traveling to fetch Him (3:20–35).  In chapt…

SERMON: Out of Ashes | Mark 5:1–20

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Out of Ashes | Mark 5:1–20
Shaun Marksbury | Quacco Baptist Church
Sunday Evening Service | 16 July, 2017

Thankfully, even though evil is around us, Jesus came “to destroy the works of the devil” (1 Jn 3:8).  This evening, we’re going to notice 1.) the destruction wrought from evil (vv. 1–5), 2.) the deliverance by Christ from evil (vv. 6–13), 3.) the depravity resulting from evil (vv. 14–17), and 4.) duty of the delivered from evil (vv. 18–20).
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Sermon NotesOut of Ashes | Mark 5:1–20
Shaun Marksbury | Quacco Baptist Church
Sunday Evening Service | 16 July, 2017
I.Introduction In his book, The Screwtape Letters, C. S. Lewis famously said, “There are two equal and opposite errors into which our race can fall about the devils. One is to disbelieve in their existence. The other is to believe, and to feel an excessive and unhealthy interest in them. They themselves are equally pleased by both er…