1. The Confrontation Over Authority (Mark 11:27-33) John MacArthur


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    http://www.gty.org/resources/sermons/41-59 Let's turn to the Word of God together, Mark chapter 11...Mark chapter 11. As you can see, this is the end of the eleventh chapter but it is the beginning of a confrontation between Jesus and the religious leaders of Israel, a confrontation that starts here on Wednesday and ends on Friday with His crucifixion. The confrontation really was inaugurated by something our Lord did. If you go back one day to Tuesday and earlier in chapter 11 and look at verse 15, we'll have the setting for this confrontation. They came to Jerusalem on that Tuesday morning from Bethany where Jesus and the Apostles had been staying at the home of Mary, Martha and Lazarus who had been friends and our Lord had even raised Lazarus from the dead. They came to Jerusalem as He entered the temple on that Tuesday of Passion Week, began to drive out those who were buying and selling in the temple, and overturned the tables of the money changers and the seats of those that were selling doves and He wouldn't permit anyone to carry merchandise through the temple. "And He began to teach and to say to them, 'Is it not written, My house shall be called a house of prayer for all the nations, but you have made it a robbers den.' The chief priests and scribes heard this and began seeking how to destroy Him for they were afraid of Him for the whole crowd was astonished at His teaching." That act on Tuesday precipitated a confrontation the next day on Wednesday. As we pick up the reading in verse 27, it's Wednesday morning, and we read this. "They came again to Jerusalem. As He was walking in the temple, the Chief Priest and scribes and the elders came to Him and began saying to Him, 'By what authority are You doing these things? Or who gave You this authority to do these things?' And Jesus said to them, 'I will ask You one question and You answer Me and then I will tell You by what authority I do these things. Was the baptism of John from heaven for from men? Answer Me.' They began reasoning among themselves saying, 'If we say from heaven, He will say then why did you not believe him? But shall we say from men?' They were afraid of the people, for everyone considered John to have been a real prophet. Answering Jesus they said, 'We do not know.' And Jesus said to them, 'Nor will I tell you by what authority I do these things.'"...

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    • The Trouble of a Dream, Evotion


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      The dream that God gives you is the very thing that will bring trouble into your life, but that trouble will also bring you new things that God has for you. That trouble is the sifting of the old and establishing the new; preparing you to live the best life.

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      • I Saw The Lord 1: These are the Days of Isaiah


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        Isaiah 1:1-20 Questions? info@metbiblechurch.ca

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        • January 29th, 2012 - Mark 1:21-28


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          Jesus is amazing!

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          • Christmas in One Word 5: The Word as a LAMP


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            Questions? info@metbiblechurch.ca

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            • Predicacion - Enero 29, 2012


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              Predicación del Pastor Adolfo De La Garza. Grabada en vivo el 29 de Enero de 2012 en la Iglesia de Dios Central Park en Garland, Texas. Tema: La Cosecha Está Cerca

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              • Honor Thy Father and Mother - Rev. Delbert Hooge


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                June 19, 2011 Sunday service. A Father's Day message from Exodus 20:12.

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                • Matthew 3:13-17, 01-29-2012


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                  Pastor, Vaughn Park, preaching from God’s word at Heritage Church, Grand Junction, CO. For more go to heritagechurchgj.org

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                  • Shepherds (M12-002)


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                    Guest speaker Phillip Jensen speaks on 1 Peter 5:1 - 1 Peter 5:5 At St Helen’s Church, Bishopsgate, London Part 1 of the SEGP Annual Conference 2012 27/01/2012 To browse or search our archive of over 7,000 talks (by William Taylor, Dick Lucas, David Jackman, Paul Clarke, Charlie Skrine and others), or to subscribe to a podcast, please visit shmedia.org.uk.

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                    • Groanings Too Deep for Words (Romans 8:26-28) John MacArthur


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                      http://www.gty.org/resources/sermons/90-425 We open the Word of God now to the eighth chapter of Romans to continue our look at life in the Holy Spirit. We have been endeavoring to bring the wonderful, blessed Holy Spirit into a clearer picture in our understanding, given the fact that much today in the evangelical church is said about the Holy Spirit, I'm afraid that most of it is a misrepresentation of His person and His work. I said at the very beginning, a bold statement, and I will repeat it that our Lord Jesus condemned the leaders of Israel for attributing the works of the Holy Spirit to Satan and in the modern Pentecostal Movement of today, the reverse is occurring where works of the devil are being attributed to the Holy Spirit. It's a very sad, sad insult, a grief to the Holy Spirit and in some cases even a blasphemy of the blessed Holy Spirit. When we worship God, we worship the Triune God, Father, Son and Holy Spirit. And somehow the Holy Spirit has been trailing behind in terms of emphasis, when in reality the Holy Spirit is THE member of the Trinity most personally intimately involved in the life of a believer. We've been learning that in this eighth chapter of Romans. We find ourselves now down in the middle of the chapter and I want to read for you verses 24 through 30...verses 24 through 30. We've already looked at verses 24 and 25, but we need to read them for context. And we won't go into verses 29 and 30, but again they give us the full picture of this section. Romans 8:24, "For in hope we have been saved, but hope that is seen is not hope, for who hopes for what he already sees? But if we hope for what we do not see with perseverance, we wait eagerly for it....

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