Who is the Blessed – Mark Yoder – 2012.09.25

This sermon – Who is the Blessed – was originally preached 2012.09.25 by Mark Yoder. This message is the Second in a series that Mark preached during our fall revival meetings.

  1. God the Creator
  2. Who is the Blessed
  3. Only Potentate (With Children’s Class)
  4. Who Only Hath Immortality
  5. God is Light (With Children’s Class)
  6. How I Fit In – Youth
  7. Youth and Choices – Sanford Opening
  8. The Witness of Jesus Christ
  9. Fight the Good Fight of Faith

Passages used: 1 Timothy 6:13-16, Mark 11:10, Zechariah Luke 19:38, Romans 1:25, 2 Corinthians 1:3, 2 Corinthians 11:31, Psalm 72:18-19, Psalm 97:9, Psalm 113:4, Psalm 145:1-5, Psalm 8:1, Psalm 34:8, Psalm 36:7, Psalm 106:1, John 3:16, John 14, Romans 2:4-11, Romans 11:22, 2 Peter 3:9, Genesis 1:26-27.

Quotable Quotes

How we live says what we believe about God. Not the other way around.

He has enough (blessings) in himself for himself and for all his creatures. The fountain of everything good.

The worst sin that humans can commit is to not love Him. Because He is so good!

How beautiful it is to trust Him.

Jesus came to the earth to bring us back to Gods goodness.

God created Fathers so we could understand what He wants to be to us. He wants to have a Father Son relationship with us.

The goodness of God is so good and perfect that He hates anything that gets in the way of goodness.

If we understand who God is and His greatness and His mercy why would we not want to walk with Him?

Who am I? What am I here for? What is our purpose?

I was not created to do my own thing. I was created to be like Him, to show Him to the world.

Right in the situation where you are you can show God.

What would Jesus be like if He was in my circumstance?

If Jesus would do it – Go for it!

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