Jesus exposes how a person can have assurance of salvation.
The resurrection initiated a number of incredible realities for every person who trusts in Jesus for life. These are just a few.
Jesus speaks hard words about divorce and beautiful words about marriage. Single or married, let us have childlike faith.
A series of vignettes where Jesus expands the meaning of discipleship and His Kingdom. The Kingdom is far more inclusive and valuable than the disciples understood.
The bridge between human inadequacy and Christ’s sufficiency is faith.
The veil is removed, and the glory of Jesus is revealed. Mark 9:2-13
Jesus predicts His death and talks about how discipleship and self-denial are linked. Mark 8:31-9:1
Jesus gives the gift of seeing. The book of Mark pivots with Peter’s confession. Mark 8:22-30
Jesus' disciples often struggled to understand His parables, teachings and questions because He was speaking of spiritual matters and their minds were fixated on the physical world. Themes of striving for power and comfort in this world are things that our Lord would warn us about: "Watch out! Beware!". Mark 8:10-21.
Jesus brings the Gospel to the Gentiles. Mark 7:24-8:9.
Jesus addresses the true intent of the law. Mark 7:1-23.
I AM enters the struggle. Mark 6:45-56.
A prayer that shook a city; an exhortation to pray. Acts 4:23-31.
A disciples of Jesus depends on Jesus for everything. A disciple of Jesus sacrifices everything for the sake of the gospel. Mark 6:7-31.
Why did Jesus come to Earth? John 1:1-14.
What is the nature of Jesus? John 1:1-14.
The faith of Jairus, whose daughter dies, and an unknown woman are healed by the Savior. Mark 5:21-43.
Jesus calms the storm of the soul. Mark 5:1-20.