StoneBridge Community Church
Which Mountain?
Interim Pastor Neal Nybo
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    4832 Cochran St, Simi Valley, CA 93063, USA
    Saturday 5:00 PM, Sunday 8:30 AM, Sunday 10:00 AM
  • StoneBridge
    4814 Cochran St, Simi Valley, CA 93063, USA
    Saturday 11:59 PM

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When life feels crushing, personal faith is often questioned. Self-doubt soon follows and a downward, spiritual spiral begins. We question, "Why didn't I have enough faith? This week Pastor Neal unveils a healthier perspective of Mark 11:22-25.
1. This mountain is BIG.
The message of Jesus and the kingdom of God are bigger than any current mountains we, our church, or even our nation, face. This mountain requires faith for more than just our own needs or even our church’s needs.

Cast this mountain into the sea...

There is a great deal of background material about "this" mountain vs a mountain or any mountain.
1. Before this sermon, what did you think Jesus meant in Mark 11:23?
2. Did you ever think he might be referring to a specific mountain?
3. When Jesus refers to the temple mount, he is actually referring to the entire Jewish understanding of God, faith, and the world. How big is that?
2. This mountain is INCLUSIVE.
Anyone can be a part of this quest. It isn’t limited only to those with pure or perfect faith.
1. Do you ever feel disqualified because you have doubts?
2. How do you now understand doubts as they are described in this text?
3. Is it more comforting or discouraging to think God isn’t necessarily committed to moving our personal mountains?
3. This mountain is PERSONAL.
Jesus begins speaking in third person then, in verse 24, he shifts to first person. He looks at the disciples, and he looks directly at the camera, and says,
24 Therefore I tell you,
1. What do you think and how do you feel about praying for the strength and courage to go though your challenges and add your part to God’s story?
2. How should we pray for the challenges we face as a nation, as a church and as individuals?
3. Does this message have any bearing on how we personally respond to challenges in the church and the nation?
Next step:
If you came to understand a new way of thinking about the mountain Jesus was talking about, ask yourself, and pray about, if there are other important ideas in scripture you might need to rethink.

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