41 - Mark

Session Info.:

  1. Chapter 1: Introduction. The Meaning of Baptism. Jesus Heals a Leper.
  2. Chapter 2: Raising the Roof. Healing. Fasting. Jesus is Lord of the Sabbath.
  3. Chapter 3: Jesus Chooses the Twelve. Beelzebub.
  4. Chapter 4: Why Parables? Jesus Calms the Storm.
  5. Chapter 5: The Case of the Deviled Ham. Raising Jairus’ Daughter. Woman with Issue of Blood.
  6. Chapter 6: The Mission of the Twelve. Feeding the Five Thousand.
  7. Chapter 7: God’s Command or Man’s Tradition? Evil Comes from the Heart.
  8. Chapter 8: Peter’s Declaration. Jesus Predicts His Death and Resurrection.
  9. Chapter 9: The Transfiguration. The Greatness of Humility. Entrapments.
  10. Chapter 10: Divorce. The First Shall Be Last. The Poor Become Rich.
  11. Chapter 11: The Triumphal Entry. Cursed Fig Tree. A Lesson on Prayer.
  12. Chapter 12: Money Talks. Priorities. Money Reveals. A Question of Authority.
  13. Chapter 13: Jesus’ Confidential Briefing. The Last Days. The Second Coming.
  14. Chapter 14: In Bethany. The Upper Room. The Garden. The Palace.
  15. Chapter 15: The Trials. Jesus is Crucified. The Garden Tomb.
  16. Chapter 16: Jesus Is Risen. Jesus Appears to Mary. The Last 12 Verses of Mark.

"Finishing Well" is the name of the game. Here was a rich, young ruler - a 1st century "yuppie" if you will - who, although getting off to a rather problematic beginning, finished well, indeed.

A rich young ruler questioned Christ about what he needed to do to inherit eternal life. Mark's Gospel includes a detail that Matthew and Luke failed to mention: " And Jesus looking upon him loved him..." This hints at the possibility that young John Mark himself may have been that rich young man.

This study contains approx. 16 hours of verse by verse teachings.


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