Safety Through The Storm (8 of 37) by Stan Coffey
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Series: Then Came Jesus
Dr. Stan Coffey
I. THE VOYAGE OF THE SHIP
II. THE VIOLANCE OF THE STORM
III. THE VICTORY OF THE SAVIOR
I'm grateful that the Lord Jesus two thousand years ago looked beyond my faults and saw my need and shed that blood. I'm grateful for a church that believes in the blood and the book and the blessed hope and I'm thankful. I just anticipate God as doing a great work here this morning.
We are studying together the gospel of Mark. We have an exciting study today from Mark Chapter 4 so take your Bible or your New Testament and turn please to Mark Chapter 4 and we are going to begin in Verse 35.
Now one of the things that Brother Hanks has in his wonderful follow up of believers is that he teaches us how to take notes on sermons. Now many of you already do that and you are accustomed to that but if you are not can you imagine what it would mean to a new believer to learn how to take notes on every sermon he hears.
Mark Chapter 4 beginning in Verse 35, I want to speak about "Safety In The Storm". Now the Bible says, "AND THE SAME DAY, WHEN THE EVEN WAS COME, HE SAITH UNTO THEM, LET US PASS OVER UNTO THE OTHER SIDE.
AND WHEN THEY HAD SENT AWAY THE MULTITUDE, THEY TOOK HIM EVEN AS HE WAS IN THE SHIP. AND THERE WERE ALSO WITH HIM OTHER LITTLE SHIPS. AND THERE AROSE A GREAT STORM OF WIND, AND THE WAVES BEAT INTO THE SHIP, SO THAT IT WAS NOW FULL.
AND HE WAS IN THE HINDER PART OF THE SHIP, ASLEEP ON A PILLOW: AND THEY AWAKE HIM, AND SAY UNTO HIM, MASTER, CAREST THOU NOT THAT WE PERISH?
AND HE AROSE, AND REBUKED THE WIND, AND SAID UNTO THE SEA, PEACE, BE STILL. AND THE WIND CEASED, AND THERE WAS A GREAT CALM. AND HE SAID UNTO THEM, WHY ARE YE SO FEARFUL? HOW IS IT THAT YE HAVE NO FAITH?
AND THEY FEARED EXCEEDINGLY, AND SAID ONE TO ANOTHER, WHAT MANNER OF MAN IS THIS, THAT EVEN THE WIND AND THE SEA OBEY HIM?"
Our theme for the gospel of Mark is Then Came Jesus and in ...
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