The Blue Collar Gospel – Part 5

Mark Chapter 5

The King’s Authority

by Patrick Steele

Jesus demonstrates his power and authority over natural disasters, the demonic, disease, and death itself

‘And he said to her, “Daughter, your faith has made you well. Go in peace. Your suffering is over.”’
Mark 5:34

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The Blue Collar Gospel – Part 4

Mark Chapter 4

Parables

by Sean Todd

Then he added, “Pay close attention to what you hear. The closer you listen, the more understanding you will be given —and you will receive even more. To those who listen to my teaching, more understanding will be given. But for those who are not listening, even what little understanding they have will be taken away from them.”

Mark 4:24‭-‬25 NLT

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Total Commitment

Mentoring others is one of the most important ministries any of us can have, especially leaders, but one that should not be limited to leaders. –Rich Marshall

A message by Rich Marshall based on 1 Kings 19:19-21.

So Elijah went and found Elisha son of Shaphat plowing a field. There were twelve teams of oxen in the field, and Elisha was plowing with the twelfth team. Elijah went over to him and threw his cloak across his shoulders and then walked away. Elisha left the oxen standing there, ran after Elijah, and said to him, “First let me go and kiss my father and mother good-bye, and then I will go with you!” Elijah replied, “Go on back, but think about what I have done to you.” So Elisha returned to his oxen and slaughtered them. He used the wood from the plow to build a fire to roast their flesh. He passed around the meat to the townspeople, and they all ate. Then he went with Elijah as his assistant.

1 Kings 19:19‭-‬21 NLT

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Straight out of Context – Part 5

2 Chronicles 7:14

What does this Bible verse have to do with Dr. Who? You’ll find out as you listen to Pastor Patrick Steele talk about the context of this popular verse.

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Straight out of Context – Part 4

Jeremiah 29:11

We pluck [verses] out of context and expect them to work like magic tricks, and unless we understand the context, we should not expect that it’s gonna work like magic on us.
Patrick Steele

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Straight out of Context – Part 3

I Can Do All Things

The context of this scripture [is] a context of basically provisional suffering, provisional struggling. Paul’s talking specifically about provision. He’s talking about his needs being met, and he says there were times in his life when he was in great want, and there’s times in his life when he was in great plenty, and the equalizer in that situation is the strength and the grace of the Lord.
Sean Todd

 

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Straight Out of Context – Part 2

Judge Not

The Bible is a historical document given to us by God to tell us who God is, how He interacts with human beings, and from Genesis to Revelation, God has given us His unadulterated message … so that we might know Him, and live for Him, and understand our purpose, our reason, our interaction with Him, who He is, who we are, our identity, when He’s coming back, and how we’re going to spend our eternity.
Patrick Steele

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Straight out of Context

The greatest danger of our day is not even the rejection of scripture, but the twisting and maligning and manipulation of scripture to make it say something it doesn’t or make it not say something that it does.
SeanTodd

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