Category Archives: Gospel According to Mark

Blessed is he

Mark 11:1-11 Following his baptism and temptation in the wilderness, Jesus set out in his public ministry preaching a message or repentance and the nearness of Gods kingdom. He performed many miracles; healing people of leprosy, feeding great multitudes, and … Continue reading

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Restoring sight

Mark 10:46-52 “What do you want me to do for you?” It’s the same question Jesus posed to James and John when they asked him to grant a request. James and John wanted positions of importance; they wanted status above … Continue reading

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Can you drink this cup?

Mark 10:32-45 Since the fall of Adam and Eve into sin, it has been God’s plan to save his people. The parameters were set as God gave the vocation of tending the garden to the first humans; “You may surely … Continue reading

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Inheriting the kingdom

Mark 10:17-31 What must I do to inherit eternal life? This is the question asked of Jesus by a wealthy man as our Lord was on his journey to Jerusalem. It is also a question asked by so many others … Continue reading

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God’s children and divorce

Mark 10:1-16 On the surface, the text before us today has a strong message concerning divorce. Even in the first century, marriages failed due to infidelity or a host of other issues. The sad truth is, even when people love … Continue reading

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