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Speaker: Matt Robinson Mark 10:51 A blind man called out to Jesus asking for help, and Jesus asked him, “What do you want me to do for you?” Wasn’t it obvious? What else would a blind man need but to have his sight restored? Jesus knows what we need...

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Speaker: Bart Steever Luke 10:25-37 Jesus was the master of answering a question with a story, or answering a question with another question. He does both in the telling of this famous parable. What are we to understand about neighborliness as the answer ...

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Speaker: Bart Steever Mark 4:35-41 Being out in a boat with wind and high waves can be pretty scary. There weren’t any life preservers to be had in the middle of the storm on the Sea of Galilee. The men with Jesus in that boat were rightfully frightened...

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Speaker: Randy Shivers Matthew 7:3-4 We generally don’t characterize Jesus as a funny guy, but the crowd had to have laughed when he asked this question. He paints a funny picture, doesn’t he? Why is it easier to see the other guy’s issues than it i...

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Speaker Bart Steever Mark 10:35-45 Sometimes questions offer up a reality check. James and John wanted special perks in Heaven and Jesus’s question brought them back down to earth. He asks the same kind of questions of us that can leave us stuttering in...

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Speaker: Bart Steever Matthew 15:1-20 Jesus rarely asked questions out of curiosity – there wasn’t much that he didn’t already know so informational answers weren’t necessary. Except when he wanted people to say out loud what was really going on i...

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Speaker: Matt Robinson Luke 17:17-18 The story of Jesus healing the 10 lepers only appears in Luke’s Gospel account (Luke 17:11-19). It is an interesting story, not because of Jesus’ miraculous powers, but because of the circumstances and conversation...

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