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Gospel of Mark

Mark 14:3-9

Series: The Gospel of Mark Sermon: Jesus The Messiah Bible Passage: Mark 14:3-9 I. Two women are at the bookends of Mark 13–14:2—The widow (12:41-44) and the nameless women (14:3-9) 1. They both demonstrate their devotion through their giving 2. Jesus was amazed by some women: the Syro-Phoenician mother, widow, and nameless woman II. Unusual behavior…

Mark 13:14-37

Series: The Gospel of Mark Sermon: Jesus’ Second Coming—Parousia Bible Passage: Mark 13:14-37 About AD 33, Jesus prophesied about the Temple, “Do you see these great buildings? Not one stone will be left on another. All will be torn down!” (13:2) His disciples’ asked Him, “Tell us, when will these things happen? And what will be…

Mark 13:3-13

Series: The Gospel of Mark Sermon: Signs of Jesus’ Second Coming Bible Passage: Mark 13:3-13 I. Jesus will be physically absent from among His followers for an unspecified amount of time—between His resurrection and the Second Coming (13:5-8, in fact 5-36) II. During his physical absence, several things need to take place that are part of…

Mark 12:13-18

Series: The Gospel of Mark Sermon: God, the Owner of Man Bible Passage: Mark 12:13-18 I. Pharisees reluctantly paid tax to the Romans; Zealots refused to pay tax II. Herodians happily paid tax to the Romans III. The purpose of their coming to Jesus was to trap Him so that they would accuse Him 1….

Mark 9:33-37; 10:35-45

Series: The Gospel of Mark Sermon: Christian Greatness and Superiority Bible Passage: Mark 9:33-37; 10:35-45 I. The predicament of the disciples: 1. Peter advised Jesus that they stayed back on the mountain (verse 9:5) 2. Disciple were unable to heal the boy at the bottom of the hill (verse 9:18) 3 .They were arguing (διαλογίζομαι)…

Mark 8:22-26

Series: The Gospel of Mark Sermon: Healing from Spiritual Myopia Bible Passage: Mark 8:22-26 I. Introduction: 1. Two incidents happened at the same location (Decapolis and Bethsaida) a.Healing of the deaf man (7:31-37) b. Two stage healing of the blind man (8:22-26) 2.Both incidents have many similarities II. In the first section, Mark highlights the…

Mark 6:45-52

Series: The Gospel of Mark Sermon: Jesus the “I am” Bible Passage: Mark 6:45-52 I. Jesus urged His disciples to go to Bethsaida by boat without Him from the place where He fed the multitude (verse 45) 1. After He dispatched them, He spent one-on-one time with the Father in prayer on the mountain (verse…

Mark 6:34-44

Series: The Gospel of Mark Sermon: Jesus the Compassionate Shepherd Bible Passage: Mark 6:34-44 I. There seems to be an implicit comparison between this passage and the one on John the Baptist 1. The disciples of John the Baptist bury his disfigured body, but 2. Jesus’ disciples share with excitement a report about their ministry…

Mark 5:1-20

Series: The Gospel of Mark Sermon: Jesus the Lord, Stronger than the Strong Man Bible Passage: Mark 5:1-20 I. After a daylong ministry in Galilee followed by a tempestuous storm in the night, Jesus goes to the “other side”—cemeteries, pigs, Gentiles, and a man with unclean spirits (verse 1) II. Some abnormal situations: 1. Jesus…

Mark 4:35-41

Series: The Gospel of Mark Sermon: Jesus, God over Wind and Waves of Our Life Bible Passage: Mark 4:35-41 I. This short passage has three obvious sections—the word “great” is the marker – A great storm (4:37) – A great calm (4:39) – A great fear (4:41) (earlier they turned “cowardly,” “lacking confidence”) 1. Following…