Mark 6:30 - Part 2
Dr. Roberto Miranda
SUMMARY: The speaker continues with the message from last Saturday, focusing on the feeding of the 5000 in Mark 6:30-44. He reminds listeners of the importance of being Christ-centered, finding rest in Jesus, and showing compassion towards others. He encourages listeners to live a life of ministering to others and seeing themselves as servants of God's grace. The story of the feeding of the 5000 teaches the disciples about their own identity and potential as servants of the Lord.
In this sermon, the speaker discusses the story of Jesus feeding the 5,000 and how it relates to our understanding of the role of the church and the potential of Christians. He argues that Jesus was breaking down the artificial boundaries between the spiritual and material realms and that Christians are called to minister to every aspect of life. He also highlights the importance of breaking down walls that prevent people from realizing their potential in Christ and encourages believers to understand the power that God has made to dwell within them.
God wants us to understand the power that dwells within us, which requires a spiritual supernatural transaction. We must undertake big goals that challenge us because we have the power of God within us. We should always live in a deficit and undertake things that are more demanding than our present capacity to execute. We need to live in hope, which dampens the sting of failures and wounds. We must understand the riches of our glorious inheritance and the incomparably great power of God within us. We should not limit God or ourselves and must expect the unthinkable from Him. We must not be overly focused on scarcity mentality and must remain focused on what God has declared through His word. We must not limit the gospel and must let it permeate every aspect of our soul. God wants to use us and turn us into instruments of His grace, life, and power. We must be willing to enter the journey of faith and explore how to minister to the multitude. Repent of limiting understandings and embrace God's power and intention for our lives. The best times are ahead for the church.
We need to embrace God's wide intentions for our lives and society, and repent for limiting Him. The best times are ahead for the church. We need to empty ourselves of our own agenda and preferences to allow God to fill us with His oil. We proclaim faith, vitality, childlikeness, enthusiasm, and courage into our lives by the power of God's word. Amen.
2 sermons by Dr. Miranda
1 Mark 6:30
2 Mark 6:30 - Part 2
We were talking last Sunday about resting in the Lord. I have to learn a lot about that. Many times I tend to want to do everything right and be in control of everything and God says time and time again, ‘rest in Me. Let Me carry you. Let Me do my part as you do your own part’. So thank you for being here tonight and I want to ask you to go to the Gospel of Mark and what I’m going to do, is I’m going to continue with the message that we started last Saturday.
I thought of maybe changing the text and just leaving it where we left off last Saturday and beginning something new, but you know, the word of God is so rich, so wonderful, I think we can build up towards something. To Mark, chapter 6, beginning with verse 30.