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 37 Principle 33 - The Obedience of Believers Baptism by Principles For The Gathering of Believers

Topic: Audio Books
Scripture(s): 1 Peter 2:9, Mark 1:11, Matthew 28:19  
Description: In Christendom there have been huge divisions over the doctrine of Baptism. Yet this practice is not something to be ignored for it is Biblical and needs to be exhibited in the life of the Church. Baptism is something that is reserved only for believers who have come “out of darkness into his wonderful light.”538 Many true believers became martyrs to defend and stand upon the truth of believer’s Baptism.
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 (Luke) 12 - Intro To The Temptation by Ed Miller

Topic: Temptation
Scripture(s): Luke 4:1-13, Matthew 4:1-12, Mark 1:12-13  
Description: The temptations in the wilderness served as the final preparation of our Lord Jesus. This section is filled with mystery, yet has clear principles for us to grasp. Brother Ed warns in closing that we're not to try to imitate Jesus in how He conquered temptation, but rather to appropriate Him, which is far higher.
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 (Luke) 17 - Fish & Man With Leprosy by Ed Miller

Topic: Leprosy
Scripture(s): Luke 5:1-14, Mark 1:16-17  
Description: The miraculous catch of fish is God's illustration of soul-winning: it is a mighty miracle of God. Your responsibility is not to win the lost; your responsibility is just to obey Jesus. Leprosy is a picture of sin and the cleansing which followed illustrates Jesus' willingness and ability to cleanse sin. The priestly examination of a cleansed leper signifies that it is not our verbal declaration that confirms our cleansing but others who watch our lives.
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 (Through The Bible) Mark 4-5 by Chuck Smith

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Scripture(s): Mark 4-5  
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 Parables Of Mark 4 by W.F. Anderson

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Scripture(s): Mark 4  
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 The Storm At Sea by W.F. Anderson

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Scripture(s): Mark 4  
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 Feeding 5000+ by Norman Meeten

Topic: Miracles
Scripture(s): Mark 6:31-44  
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 Licking Fish by Teresa Conlon

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Scripture(s): Mark 6:30-38,John 6:6,Luke 17:5-6  
Description: This message is about walking with the Lord in faith. We need to realize we do not have in ourselves the resources to do what we are commanded to do and have faith in God. He is our Resource. He says doubt not in your heart, don't trust in yourself for the kingdom of God is in you but not of you or about you. This will encourage those who like the disciples need their faith increased.
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 A Shepherd For The Multitude by Roger Ellsworth

Topic: Shepherd
Scripture(s): Mark 6:30-44  
Description: The feeding of the 5000 shows that Jesus is the caring shepherd, the feeding shepherd, and the sufficient shepherd.
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 Obedience of Faith - Illustrated by the Disciples on the Stormy Sea by Ed Miller

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Scripture(s): Mark 6:32-52, Matthew 13:13-33, John 6:1-21  
Description: Ed Miller shows how futile it is to try to obey God apart from a miracle. Miller develops three ways disciples can relate to the Lord Jesus as occurs in the account on the stormy sea: Jesus on the mountain, Jesus on the sea, and Jesus on the boat. "God always deals with us as we are and where we are in order to make us what He wants us to be and to bring us to the place that He wants us." (NOTE: Pt. 1: "Obedience of Grace - Illustrated by Noah")
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 The Devil's Nightmare by Carter Conlon

Topic: Obstacles
Scripture(s): Matthew 21:19-22, Mark 9:17-30  
Description: Pastor Conlon begins in Matthew 21:19-22 on faith, and overcoming obstacles that hinder our victory. God wants us to come to him for the Holy Ghost as a people that will not be denied, that will rise up in faith and lay hold on the promises God has made, and appropriate and apply the spiritual authority given to us by Jesus. Pastor Conlon goes on to Mark 9:17-30. The casual seeker of God will never know the power of being able to walk in the spirit as Jesus did and be a vessel God can channel his power through to deliver those oppressed and bound by the enemy. A Message of obtainable victory. Must hear.
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 Yarib: Defender Of The People by Neil Rhodes

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Scripture(s): Isaiah 51, Mark 9:22-24, Matthew 8:2-3  
Description: When we come to God in prayer there has to be an active part on our behalf to believe Him to answer our prayers. If we have areas in our life that has never been confronted by the Holy Ghost we will become passive in our walk with God and be moved to unbelief. The heart of Jesus is to come and do for us what we can’t do for ourselves
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 Six Verses That Describe Our Vision by Zac Poonen

Topic: Vision
Scripture(s): Luke 6:36, Mark 9:23, 1 Corinthians 11:31  
Description: What is the vision of the people that constitute the church? Brother Zac shares six carefully selected verses of Scripture that God birthed in their hearts in the early days of their fellowship, such as being merciful, not fearing anything but God, believing, receiving grace, giving and judging one's self.
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 Caesar or God by Carter Conlon

Topic: Choice
Scripture(s): Mark 12:13-17  
Description: (preached: March 3, 2003)
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 Mark by Zac Poonen

Topic: Mark
Scripture(s): Mark  
Description: Zac draws attention to a wide variety of precious truths that shape a disciple being made after the likeness of Jesus. Hindrances include trying to make yourself into what God can only do, living under the law, asceticism, valuing human traditions more than God's Word, and setting you mind upon your own gain. Our encouragements are to receive the new wine--the life of Jesus--and come to know Jesus through the Scriptures.
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 Differences In The Gospels Similarities And Differences by William MacDonald

Topic: Gospel
Scripture(s): Matthew, Mark, Luke, John  
Description: nil
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 The Book of Mark by Audio Bible NT - KJV

Topic: Audio Bible KJV
Scripture(s): Mark  
Description: The Gospel of Mark, the shortest, is also held by most to be the first of the Gospels to be written. A tradition dating from the 2nd century ascribes this book to John Mark, a companion of Peter and also of Paul and Barnabas in their missionary endeavors. The preaching of Peter may well have been the source of most of Mark’s material. Mark accounts for the ministry of Jesus from His Baptism to His Ascension. Most commentaries agree that Mark’s purpose was neither biographical nor historical, but theological: to present Jesus as the Christ, the mighty worker rather than great teacher. Hence, Mark makes fewer references to the Parables and discourses, but meticulously records each of Jesus’ "mighty works" as evidence of His divine power. Mark contains 20 specific miracles and alludes to others. Bible scholars quite generally agree that Mark wrote his Gospel in Rome for the gentiles.
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 Mark - The Beginning of the Gospel by J. Glyn Owen

Topic: Gospel
Scripture(s): Mark  
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 (Sabbath Miracles) 02 - Unclean Spirit by Ed Miller

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Scripture(s): Mark 1:21-31, Luke 4:31-39  
Description: Jesus' casting out the unclean spirit shows what a "Sabbath surrender" is all about. "Anything that is not the fullness of the Holy Spirit," says brother Ed, "can be included under unclean spirit, and we need to be delivered." The healing of fever has a message for us about rest and service. Christian service is designed by God in Sabbath truth to be spontaneous, from natural weakness to supernatural strength, and a byproduct of union with Him.
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 Covering the Face of Jesus by Carter Conlon

Topic: Commitment
Scripture(s): Mark 14:60-65  
Description: (preached: Sept. 21, 2003) A great word of truth on our commitment to the cross. Pastor Conlon uses the trial of Jesus to illustrate how the world will be offended by Christ in us and he exhorts us to stand firm and love those who hate us, keeping the cross in view.
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