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Who is This? (Mark 4:35–41)

Seeing the Son of God: The Gospel of Mark
Seeing the Son of God: The Gospel of Mark
Who is This? (Mark 4:35–41)
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In this sermon, preached Sunday morning, 12 September 2021, Karabo Msiza, pastor-teacher of Central Baptist Church, speaks from Mark 4:35–41 on the account of Jesus asking the storm, asking, “Who is this?”

This sermon forms a part of Pastor Karabo’s exposition of the New Testament Gospel of Mark, preached at Central Baptist Church during the 2021 calendar year, titled “Seeing the Son of God.”

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Growth in the Kingdom (Mark 4:26–29)

Seeing the Son of God: The Gospel of Mark
Seeing the Son of God: The Gospel of Mark
Growth in the Kingdom (Mark 4:26–29)
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In this sermon, preached Sunday morning, 5 September 2021, Karabo Msiza, pastor-teacher of Central Baptist Church, speaks from Mark 4:26–29 about what it means to see growth in God’s kingdom.

This sermon forms a part of Pastor Karabo’s exposition of the New Testament Gospel of Mark, preached at Central Baptist Church during the 2021 calendar year, titled “Seeing the Son of God.”

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Created for God’s Glory (John 9:1–12)

Miscellaneous Sermons 2021
Miscellaneous Sermons 2021
Created for God’s Glory (John 9:1–12)
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In this sermon, preached Sunday morning, 29 August 2021, David Nyoni, an elder at Central Baptist Church, speaks from John 9:1–12 on what it means to be created for God’s glory.

This sermon forms a part of a series of once-off sermons, preached during the 2021 calendar year, by various elders and members of Central Baptist Church.

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The Holiness of God (Numbers 5:1–10)

Guest Speaker Sermons 2021
Guest Speaker Sermons 2021
The Holiness of God (Numbers 5:1–10)
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In this sermon, preached Sunday morning, 22 August 2021, Julian Burke, pastor-teacher of Five Stones Fellowship in the United States, speaks from Numbers 5:1–10 as he highlights the subject of God’s holiness.

This sermon forms a part of a series of sermons, preached during the 2021 calendar year, by various guest preachers to Central Baptist Church.

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Let the Light Shine (Mark 4:21–25)

Seeing the Son of God: The Gospel of Mark
Seeing the Son of God: The Gospel of Mark
Let the Light Shine (Mark 4:21–25)
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In this sermon, preached Sunday morning, 15 August 2021, Karabo Msiza, pastor-teacher of Central Baptist Church, speaks from Mark 4:21–25 on the parable of the lamp under the basket.

This sermon forms a part of Pastor Karabo’s exposition of the New Testament Gospel of Mark, preached at Central Baptist Church during the 2021 calendar year, titled “Seeing the Son of God.”

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The Four Hearts (Mark 4:1–20)

Seeing the Son of God: The Gospel of Mark
Seeing the Son of God: The Gospel of Mark
The Four Hearts (Mark 4:1–20)
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In this sermon, preached Sunday morning, 8 August 2021, Karabo Msiza, pastor teacher of Central Baptist Church, speaks from Mark 4:1–20 on the parable of the four soils as he examines the four different hearts in the parable.

This sermon forms a part of Pastor Karabo’s exposition of the New Testament Gospel of Mark, preached at Central Baptist Church during the 2021 calendar year, titled “Seeing the Son of God.”

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Death Won’t Have the Last Laugh (1 Corinthians 15:54–58)

Miscellaneous Sermons 2021
Miscellaneous Sermons 2021
Death Won’t Have the Last Laugh (1 Corinthians 15:54–58)
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In this sermon, preached Sunday morning, 1 August 2021, Karabo Msiza, pastor-teacher of Central Baptist Church, speaks from 1 Corinthians 15:54–58 as he highlights the comforting truth that death will not have the final word.

This sermon forms a part of a series of once-off sermons, preached during the 2021 calendar year, by various elders and members of Central Baptist Church.

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A Story of Salvation (Luke 18:9–15)

Guest Speaker Sermons 2021
Guest Speaker Sermons 2021
A Story of Salvation (Luke 18:9–15)
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In this sermon, preached Sunday morning, 25 July 2021, Dumisani Ndhlovu, a member of Cosmo City Baptist Church in the north of Johannesburg, speaks from Luke 18:9–15 as he teaches from the parable of the tax collector and the Pharisee on a story of salvation.

This sermon forms a part of a series of sermons, preached during the 2021 calendar year, by various guest preachers to Central Baptist Church.

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Jesus: Liar, Lunatic, or Lord? (Mark 3:20–35)

Seeing the Son of God: The Gospel of Mark
Seeing the Son of God: The Gospel of Mark
Jesus: Liar, Lunatic, or Lord? (Mark 3:20–35)
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In this sermon, preached Sunday morning, 18 July 2021, Karabo Msiza, pastor teacher of Central Baptist Church, speaks from Mark 3:20–35 as he challenges us to examine the veracity of the claims of the Lord Jesus Christ.

This sermon forms a part of Pastor Karabo’s exposition of the New Testament Gospel of Mark, preached at Central Baptist Church during the 2021 calendar year, titled “Seeing the Son of God.”

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Are You a Fan or a Follower? (Mark 3:7–19)

Seeing the Son of God: The Gospel of Mark
Seeing the Son of God: The Gospel of Mark
Are You a Fan or a Follower? (Mark 3:7–19)
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In this sermon, preached Sunday morning, 11 July 2021, Karabo Msiza, pastor teacher of Central Baptist Church, speaks from Mark 3:7–19 as he asks a most important question: Are you merely a fan, or a true follower, of Jesus Christ?

This sermon forms a part of Pastor Karabo’s exposition of the New Testament Gospel of Mark, preached at Central Baptist Church during the 2021 calendar year, titled “Seeing the Son of God.”

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