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This message by Dr. Hinson explores Jesus’ “cleansing” the Temple as recorded in John 2:13-22.
In this message Dr. Hinson explores Jesus predicting His death as He shared with His disciples and His words about what it would mean for someone to be His disciple. Based on Mark 8:31-38.
Dr. Hinson’s message is a call to consider the steadfast love and faithfulness of God. The concepts can be hard to grasp because we are so prone to seeing life through a “conditional” lens. Based on Mark 1:9-15.
This message by Dr. Hinson is based on Mark’s account of Jesus’ Transfiguration. We, like the disciples, are changed whenever we have encounters with God. Based on Mark 9: 2-9.
Dr. Hinson continues his series of messages from the Mark’s Gospel. Mark’s account of Jesus’ ministry is highlighted by “immediacy”. It emphasizes the importance of a response to the call of Jesus and His message. Based on Mark 1: 29-39.
Dr. Hinson’s message looks at an early account from Mark 1:21-28 of Jesus demonstrating His authority. Those observing Jesus’ interaction with a man possessed with evil spirits and listening to His teaching, noted that there was a difference between Him and the scribes and teachers of the Law.
Dr. Hinson’s message looks at Jesus calling his first disciples. Based on Mark 1: 14-20.
It is important that we “know” God. But it is of equal importance that we understand that we are “known” by God. This message is based on John 1:43-51.
Dr. Hinson’s message this morning is centered on the visit of the Wise Men, the Magi, to Jesus recorded in Matthew 2:1-12.
Dr. Hinson’s message is based on Luke’s account of Jesus being dedicated in the Temple in keeping with Jewish Law and customs. Based on Luke 2:22-40.