October 3, 2022
Mark 4:35-41 (J.B. Phillips New Testament)
35 On the evening of that day, he said to them, “Let us cross over to the other side of the lake.”
36-38 So they sent the crowd home and took him with them in the little boat in which he had been sitting, accompanied by other small craft. Then came a violent squall of wind which drove the waves aboard the boat until it was almost swamped. Jesus was in the stern asleep on the cushion. They awoke him with the words, “Master, don’t you care that we’re drowning?”
39 And he woke up, rebuked the wind, and said to the waves, “Hush now! Be still!” The wind dropped and everything was very still.
40 “Why are you so frightened? What has happened to your faith?! he asked them.
41 But sheer awe swept over them and they kept saying to each other, “Who ever can he be?—even the wind and the waves do what he tells them!”
September 25, 2022
Don’t Lose Hope in the Storm is the 1st sermonic discussion from the 27th Chapter of Acts. This message is tailor made for those who have found themselves in storms that they didn’t create. Acts 27:20 (NIV) 20 When neither sun nor stars appeared for many days and the storm continued raging, we finally gave up all hope of being saved. SERMONIC OUTLINE When the wind blows, and the rain falls with fury, and the storm intensifies in your life, this text teaches us three things… 1. DON’T LOSE ________________ 2. KEEP UP YOUR ___________________ 3. HAVE _____________ IN GOD.