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406 Theology

Rev. Ben Melli

This is a podcast run by Rev. Benjamin Melli, who lives in the Flathead Valley, Montana. The purpose is to provide content for those interested in theology and Biblical Christianity. There will be interviews, book reviews, sermons and random other projects. If you have any questions or critiques feel free too reach out!

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How should we live in the Kingdom of God? Proverbs gives us signs which help direct us and give us practical insights into day to day life. All wisdom in the world points back to Jesus Christ, and is also poured out by His Spirit in those who have be... more

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9 days ago

This is a sermon preached at All Souls Church in Missoula, MT. It was delivered on March 31st, 2024. This sermon looks at the resurrection of Jesus Christ from Mark's perspective and is connected to the preaching series delivered at All Souls Church ... more

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16 days ago

Sermon preached at All Souls church on Mark 10:32-52. This section of Mark inlcudes the last of three statements Jesus makes regarding His journey to Jerusalem, and the cross. The disciples had not caught the vision of what it means to follow Jesus, ... more

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This is a sermon at All Souls Church in Missoula, MT. (preached on 3/10/24). The subject has to do with the transfiguration of Jesus Christ on Mt. Hermon as recorded in Mark 9. Jesus had just gotten done confronting Peter and the disciples about the ... more

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This is a sermon preached at All Souls Church in Missoula on Mark chapter 7. Jesus addresses the question that we all have at some level, what makes us clean of the stain we feel inside. This stain, or guilt we feel, drives us to all forms of righteo... more

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2 months ago

Sermon preached on Feb. 18th at All Souls Church by Rev. Ben Melli. This sermon focuses on Mark chapter 6 which largely serves as a picture of Jesus' ministry to the church. The disciples are not pictured as people who understand Jesus and His Kingdo... more

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2 months ago

Sermon Preached at All Souls Church on Mark 5:21-43 titled: "More Than You Bargained For". This sermon looks at the story of Jesus interacting with three characters all of whom came away from Jesus with a new faith. While Jesus does perform miracles ... more

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2 months ago

A sermon on Mark 4:1-20 titled: "Something About Seeds" by Rev. Ben Melli 2/4/24. As this parable shapes the proceeding stories in Mark, it is important to understand Jesus' teaching about the soils.

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2 months ago

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