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Mark

Jesus and Legion

by Bryant Evans on October 21, 2012

The meeting between Jesus and Legion is fascinating. Jesus converses with the demon and then banishes him into a herd of pigs. The story is exciting and curious, and there are important lessons to be learned. The account is found in Matthew 8:28-34; Mark 5:1-20 and Luke 8:26-39. Jesus is preaching in Galilee and has […]

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A Good Time To Be A Child

by Bryant Evans on April 5, 2010

Here’s the sermon from Sunday, April 3. We know that adults should behave like adults. But Jesus says there is a time when being childlike is a good thing. Powered by Podbean.com Follow Preacher's Study Blog on Twitter @Preachers_Study. On Facebook, please like us at Preacher's Study Blog. Contact Bryant directly by email at [email protected]

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Path to Calvary

by Bryant Evans on February 1, 2010

This is Sunday’s lesson. The text is taken from Mark 9:30-32 and looks at Jesus’ steadfast march to the cross. Indeed, Jesus paid a debt we could not ourselves pay! I hope this is enjoyable and uplifting. As always, your comments are appreciated. Powered by Podbean.com Follow Preacher's Study Blog on Twitter @Preachers_Study. On Facebook, […]

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Should Mark 16:9-20 Be In The Bible?

by David Hester on December 24, 2009

(This article and the linked paper are from an old Freed-Hardeman friend, David Hester. This is an important scholarly work which should be considered by mature Christians. I think David has reached some very valid conclusions here and I commend his article to your reading. As always, please post your comments below and we will […]

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Sermon for Sunday, September 27, 2009

by Bryant Evans on September 28, 2009

Entitled Heart Attack! this lesson is taken from Mark 7:14-23 and speaks of the necessity of having a pure heart before God. I hope it is encouraging to you. Powered by Podbean.com Thank you! Follow Preacher's Study Blog on Twitter @Preachers_Study. On Facebook, please like us at Preacher's Study Blog. Contact Bryant directly by email […]

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