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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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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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Heart Check (Mark 3:1–12)

Seeing the Son of God: The Gospel of Mark
Seeing the Son of God: The Gospel of Mark
Heart Check (Mark 3:1–12)
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In this sermon, preached Sunday morning, 4 July 2021, Karabo Msiza, pastor teacher of Central Baptist Church, speaks from Mark 3:1–12 as he exhorts us to check our hearts in light of the teaching of Scripture.

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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Lord of the Sabbath (Mark 2:23–28)

Seeing the Son of God: The Gospel of Mark
Seeing the Son of God: The Gospel of Mark
Lord of the Sabbath (Mark 2:23–28)
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In this sermon, preached Sunday morning, 27 June 2021, Karabo Msiza, pastor teacher of Central Baptist Church, speaks from Mark 2:23–28 as he addresses what it means that Jesus is Lord of the Sabbath.

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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Jesus: Pure and Unmixed (Mark 2:18–22)

Seeing the Son of God: The Gospel of Mark
Seeing the Son of God: The Gospel of Mark
Jesus: Pure and Unmixed (Mark 2:18–22)
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In this sermon, preached Sunday morning, 20 June 2021, Karabo Msiza, pastor teacher of Central Baptist Church, speaks from Mark 2:18–22 as he addresses the question that the people asked Jesus about fasting.

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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I Stand Amazed (Mark 1:21–45)

Seeing the Son of God: The Gospel of Mark
Seeing the Son of God: The Gospel of Mark
I Stand Amazed (Mark 1:21–45)
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In this sermon, preached Sunday morning, 30 May 2021, Karabo Msiza, pastor teacher of Central Baptist Church, speaks from Mark 1:21­–45 as he addresses what it means to stand amazed in the presence of our Saviour.

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 Gospel of Jesus Christ (Mark 1:1–15)

Seeing the Son of God: The Gospel of Mark
Seeing the Son of God: The Gospel of Mark
The Gospel of Jesus Christ (Mark 1:1–15)
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In this sermon, preached Sunday morning, 9 May 2021, Karabo Msiza, pastor teacher of Central Baptist Church, speaks from Mark 1:1–15 as he teaches on the gospel of Jesus Christ as an introduction to the Gospel of Mark.

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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Because He Lives (1 Peter 1:3–9)

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Because He Lives (1 Peter 1:3–9)
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In this sermon, preached Sunday morning, 4 April 2021, Karabo Msiza, pastor teacher of Central Baptist Church, speaks from 1 Peter 1:3–9 as he addresses the sacrifice of Jesus Christ on the cross for the sins of his people.

This sermon forms a part of a series of expositions, preached during the 2021 calendar year, by members and elders of Central Baptist Church.

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Come, Thou Long-Expected Messiah (Malachi 2:17–3:5)

Return to God: An Exposition of Malachi
Return to God: An Exposition of Malachi
Come, Thou Long-Expected Messiah (Malachi 2:17–3:5)
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In this sermon, preached Sunday morning, 31 January 2021, Karabo Msiza, pastor-teacher of Central Baptist Church, speaks from Malachi 2:17–3:5 as he addresses Malachi’s longing for the appearing of Messiah.

This sermon forms a part of Pastor Karabo’s exposition of Malachi, preached during the 2021 calendar year, in which Pastor Karabo highlights Malachi’s call for God’s people to return to him.

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