The LIGHT is in the House (1 of 3) by Duane Bemis

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The LIGHT is in the House (1 of 3)
Duane Bemis
Mark 2:1-12

Let us begin this journey with a time at Jesus' feet in heartfelt prayer. "Father God Almighty, come and talk with us and touch our hearts as You unveil Your heart to us. Let Your glory fill this room and let Your presence rest within our hearts. Come and touch us with Your words of truth. For You are truth, You are strength, and You alone are wisdom. Lord come and comfort our hearts with Your answers to life. Open our eyes to see Your truth, open our ears to hear what the Spirit is saying to the Church. We are the Church and we are Your Bride by choice. Come and wash Your Bride with Your proven and test Word. Amen."
Open your Bible and turn to the Gospel of Mark. Once you are there say a big, "Amen." Let us start in Mark 2:1
Verse 1
And again He entered Capernaum after some days, and it was heard that He was in the house.
Jesus was in the house. Emmanuel was with man and He was dwelling with those in the house yet many missed God. Many missed the revival right in their midst, many missed the Spiritual renewal that was within reaching distance, and many missed the holy presence of God.
Jesus, God's only begotten Son was in the house and He was available to heal or touch anyone who wanted or needed a miracle. A great Spiritual revival was sweeping through this single house yet some still missed what God was doing. The very people who should have known about the Messiah missed Him. Let us see what happens next.
Verse 2
Immediately many gathered together, so that there was no longer room to receive them, not even near the door. And He preached the word to them.
Jesus was in the house about to preach the Word of God. People were hungry for God's Word of truth. People gathered from everywhere and they were there anticipating that Jesus was going to do something. I wonder today how many come to the house of God expecting Jesus to do something or how many come to the house to be critics. It is eas ...


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