Mark's Gospel

Mar 1:1–8: Foundational truths Deity of Christ. Humanity of Christ. Good News. Repentance. Transformation. Perfection of Christ. He will baptize you.

Mar 1:9–11: Baptism Washing our sins away. Death and burial. Pledge of a clear conscience. Immersion, not sprinkling. Baptism of the Spirit. Empowered.

Mar 1:12–28: The anointing Tempted. Anointed. Angels. The time had come. Call to discipleship. Authority. Driving out demons. Two kingdoms.

Mar 1:29—Mar 2:12: Healing the sick Rebuking a fever. Sickness should be resisted. Jesus' popularity. Radiating his glory. Jesus is willing. Importance of the Word. Faith in action. Saved and healed.

Mar 2:13–7: The worst sickness of all The extent of our Lord's forgiveness. Power in the blood. Sin is an illness. God's remedy. Conclusion.

Mar 2:18–20: Fasting Is fasting obligatory? Fasting emphasizes repentance. Fasting brings directions from God. Fasting empowers ministries. Fasting delivers from evil. Fasting aids personal sanctity. Practicalities of fasting.

Mar 2:21–2: New wine into new wineskins Tradition. Flexibility. Change. The church. The believer. Patching up the old. Spiritual gifts. Remain flexible.

Mar 2:23–8: Lord of the Sabbath The gospel in creation. The seventh day. A shadow of Jesus. Let no one judge you. Christian festivals. He is Lord.

Mar 3:1–6: The wrath of God Jesus, the image of God. God's wrath. Salvation through Christ. Sorrow and pain.

Mar 3:7–12: The popularity of Jesus From every direction. Followers of Christ. You are the Son of God. The Lord's dwelling place. Forbidden to tell.

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