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Sermons on Mark 8

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A Gallup Poll for Disciples  Click here Click title to view sermon Mark 8: 27–38
Mark 8: 27–35 for LFM
Summary: Everybody has opinions. Disciples are known by their commitments.
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The Four–Sided Cross  Click here Click title to view sermon Mark 8: 31–38
Summary: The cross is not a one-dimensional instrument of torture and death. Instead, it has at least four sides to it: window, mirror, solution and summons.
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You'd Think They Would Give Good People a Break  Click here Click title to view sermon Mark 8: 31–38
Summary: On the way to the cross, Jesus helps his disciples understand that death and dying are part of life. We must incorporate this reality into our lives in order to be fully faithful to our calling.
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You Think They Would Give Good People a Break  Click here Click title to view sermon Mark 8: 31–38
Summary: On the way to the cross, Jesus helps his disciples understand that death and dying are part of life. We must incorporate this reality into our lives in order to be fully faithful to our calling.
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What Jesus Didn’t Ask  Click here Click title to view sermon Mark 8: 27–35
Summary: When Jesus asked, “But who do you say that I am?” Peter gave the right answer, but in the wrong context. Peter, like many today, believed that Jesus was the Messiah but did not understand Jesus’ messianic purpose.
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The Little Matter of You  Click here Click title to view sermon Mark 8: 27–38
Summary: As it was in the time of Mark’s gospel, so it is now: People have many different opinions about who Jesus was, what he stood for, and what his life means today. As followers of Jesus, even today, we are the “you” in “But who do you say that I am?” We see, and proclaim, a different “Jesus” from the one seen by other religions, by popular culture and by the “spiritual, not religious.”
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The Cross You Don’t Have to Bear  Click here Click title to view sermon Mark 8: 31–38
Summary: The cross of discipleship is not forced on us, but is one we choose to carry. And when we do choose it, others benefit.
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Signs  Click here Click title to view sermon Mark 8: 27–38
Mark 8: 27–35 for LFM
Summary: These verses are the climax of Mark’s gospel. What has come before in the gospel finds completion in Peter’s claim that Jesus is the Messiah. Jesus’ rebuke of Peter and his foreshadowing of the Cross show the direction that this completion will take in the immediate future — and in the coming centuries. Here Jesus responds to earlier requests for a sign with the sign of the Cross.
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Focusing on the Divine  Click here Click title to view sermon Mark 8: 27–38
Summary: When Jesus began to describe the suffering that soon awaited him, Peter rebuked him. But Jesus in turn rebuked Peter, telling him that his mind was not on divine things but on human things. That can easily be true of us as well. We can get so caught up in our own desires and wishes, our own agendas for ourselves and our loved ones that we may not spend much time focusing on divine things, especially the will of God. The truth is that it is only as we seek the will of God in all things that we discover God’s plan for us, which in turn brings great joy and satisfaction.
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Five People You Might Meet in Hell  Click here Click title to view sermon Mark 8: 31–38
Summary:  Jesus pushed Peter aside with his words "Get behind me, Satan." If Jesus can accuse Peter of such infidelity, how many people in our lives are attacking us in the guise of friendship and concern? If we were to identify five people who have tried to lead us down the wrong path of life, who might they be? What might they look like? It could be surprising.
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