Jesus: The Servant King

Truth on Trial | Mark 14:53-72 |
When anxiety is high, truth is often low. In the anxious events recorded during Jesus' trial, we see lies and denial, yet Jesus remains true. He knows and reveals his identity, which is means grace for us. Outline …the sheep will be scattered (vv53-54) Anxiety and Lies (vv55-65) Anxiety and Denial (vv66-72) Lies, Truth, and Grace

Gethsemane | Mark 14:26-52 |
This message looks at the Thursday of Jesus' final week when his hour had finally come. Outline Jesus always knew His hour is coming What a week Friday is coming

Body and Blood | Mark 14:1-25 |
Christians throughout history and around the world celebrate the Lord’s Supper. Where does this come from? In this message, we go back to the days leading up to Jesus' crucifixion and see two meals that explain the cross and resurrection. Outline Preparing the Body (vv1-11) Body and Blood (vv12-25) Receiving Christ

The Son Revealed | Mark 13 |
In this message, we hear some of Jesus most troubling words, as he prepares his followers for the greatest distress of history—and the mission that will follow. Outline Mountain Top View (vv1-4) Signs and Suffering (vv5-13) Greatest distress (vv14-23) The Son Comes (vv24-32) Watch (vv33-37) The Mission of the Son Revealed

Not Far From the Kingdom | Mark 12:28-44 |
What’s most important to God? What’s valued in Jesus' kingdom? In this message, we hear Jesus' answer about the most important commandment, and see the devastating impact of ignoring what Jesus says. Outline The most important commandment (vv28-34) David’s Son (vv35-37, Psalm 110) Devouring Widows (vv39-44) Loving God and Neighbour

Whose Authority? | Mark 11:27-12:27 |
‘Who do you think you are?’ ‘Where do you get your authority from?’ As we continue to follow Jesus during his final week in Jerusalem, we see his authority as he debates and teaches the so-called religious leaders in the temple. Outline Test 1: Authority (11:27-33) The rejected cornerstone (12:1-11, Isaiah 5:1-2, 7) Test 2: Politics (12:12-17) Test 3: Resurrection (12:18-27) Don’t be deceived!

The King in His Temple | Luke 11:1-25 |
What does Jesus' think about corrupt, exclusive, religion? In this message, we see how Jesus responds to religion that’s all show and without fruit. Outline The king arrives (vv1-11) A tree without fruit (vv12-21) Prayer at the end of the world (vv22-25)

The Greatest | Mark 10:32-52 |
What would you give to be the greatest? As we continue our journey with Jesus to Jerusalem, we hear his radical call to true greatness as he himself prepares to serve by giving his life. (This sermon was pre-recorded.)

Receiving the Kingdom | Mark 10:13-31 |
Who would you expect Jesus to welcome? Who would God want in his kingdom? In this message from Mark’s Gospel we see two events that show us who receives God’s kingdom. Outline Welcoming in (vv13-16) Walking away (vv17-22) All things are possible (vv23-31) Disciples of the Kingdom

Marriage Test | Mark 10:1-12 |
“Therefore what God has joined together, let no one separate.” What does Jesus think about marriage? In this message, we hear how Jesus answers a trick question about marriage and divorce. Outline It’s a trap! (vv1-2) The vision and a concession (vv3-9) The heart of the matter (vv10-12) There’s, unfortunately, some distortion in this recording