He spent three years with Jesus. He watched Jesus work, heard him teach and walked with him in Galilee. He was there on the night in which Jesus was taken to be crucified. Before this man died, he passed on the testimony of what he had seen and heard. The gospel of Mark is that testimony.
- February 14 – The Beginning of the Gospel
- February 21 – Sowing Seeds
- February 28 – Bread and Water
- March 6 – Clarity, Christ and the Cross
- March 13 – What do you want me to do for you?
- March 20 – Broken and Poured
- Mark 24 – Service of Communion and Shadows
- March 27 – See and Tell
What is this sermon about?
This sermon is about the parable of soils and how to prepare our souls to bear fruit in God’s kingdom.
Why is this sermon important?
It is important because no matter where we are on our discipleship pathway, we can create the opportunity for God to be at work in our life.
What is the context of this sermon?
This is the second sermon in the Lent worship series moving through the book of Mark.
What are the next action steps?
Make space for God’s work in our life by engaging in the spiritual practices to worship, grow, give, serve and share.
What is the good news (bottom line)?
The good news is that the Holy Spirit transforms our souls into soil that bears fruit in God’s kingdom. God brings an overwhelming harvest.