Jesus The Man of Action (2 of 37) by Stan Coffey
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Series: Then Came Jesus
Dr. Stan Coffey
I.JESUS CALLED MEN TO SALVATION
II. JESUS CALLED MEN TO SOUL WINNING
III. JESUS CALLED MEN TO SPIRITUAL WARFARE
I want to invite you to take God's word and turn to Mark Chapter 1 as we have the second of the series of messages from the gospel according to Mark. The title of this series is "Then Came Jesus".
I'm praying that as this series unfolds and develops that we will be able to sense the dynamic ministry of Jesus in our church and in our lives, in our homes and in our city as never before. When Jesus comes the tempter's power is broken. When Jesus comes, another sin is wiped away.
Now Jesus Christ makes the difference in a life The Bible says, "If any man is in Christ, he is a new creation." I pray today as we look at this passage of scripture, you'll see what Jesus can do in your heart and in your life.
I want you to look beginning in Verse 14 and the title of the message today is "Jesus, the Man of Action". Last Sunday, it was "Jesus the Strong Son of God" and Mark identified exactly who Jesus was. He told us about His person, about His position, and about His power.
Now this message today tells us about what Jesus began to do. Jesus is the strong Son of God and when Jesus comes on the scene He is a man of action. Now look at what Verse 14 tells us. "NOW AFTER THAT JOHN WAS PUT IN PRISON, JESUS CAME INTO GALILEE, PREACHING THE GOSPEL OF THE KINGDOM OF GOD,"
Now I like that. Jesus was a preacher. Jesus came proclaiming the gospel of the Kingdom of God. I like the fact that the Bible indicates to us that the priority of His ministry, the priority of His life was the preaching of the gospel, the good news, that men can have their lives changed and their needs met by the power of Christ. Jesus was a preacher and He came preaching the word of God.
Now you remember last week we looked in these first thirteen verses about how Jesus was annou ...
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