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March 15, 2020.  Mark 7:1-23. Traditions versus Commandments. Have you thought about why you do the things you do?

The Gospel of Mark

Date: March 8, 2020

Scripture: Mark 6:45-56; Acts 17:26-27; Isaiah 43:1-2; Psalm 23:4; Hebrews 12:2

After feeding the 5,000, Jesus spends some time in prayer as he sent His disciples in the boat to the other side of the sea. Although we don’t see it at times, there is always a plan for what we go through in life. We need to learn to press in to Jesus through the reading of His word and prayer, so that when the storms of life hit us, we can set our eyes on Him. He is always with us.

The Gospel of Mark

Date: March 1, 2020

Scripture: Mark 6:30-44; Psalms 46:10; Isaiah 53:6; John 10:11,14-15; Matthew 6:25-33; Philippians 4:19; Psalms 23; 2 Corinthians 12:9-10

Through a miraculous act, Jesus feeds 5,000 with 5 loaves of bread and 2 fish. We see our Good Shepherd have compassion and provide for those in need, both the masses of people and His disciples. If we seek Jesus, follow Him, and are obedient to His word, He will provide us everything. It may or may not be what we want or when we want it, but it will always be exactly what we need. We just need to trust in Him.

The Gospel of Mark

Date: February 23, 2020

Scripture: Mark 6:14-29; Philippians 2:9-11; 2 Timothy 2:22; Galatians 5:16; Proverbs 11:6; Malachi 2:15; Proverbs 16:18; John 15:18-20; Hebrews 12:1-3

The death of John the Baptist can teach us many things from a couple perspectives: 1) Herod’s perspective: A life of deeply rooted lust, pride, and sin will only lead to your ultimate destruction, and will have an unfortunate generational affect on you and your family. 2) John’s perspective: A life dedicated to the service of God and the declaration of the gospel will lead to persecution and suffering. However, the glorious, far-reaching affects and joy of that ministry is beyond comparison.

The Gospel of Mark

Date: February 16, 2020

Scripture: Mark 6:1-13; Isaiah 8:14; Habakkuk 2:4; Galatians 2:20; Matthew 28:19-20; Psalm 16:8-9, 11; Philippians 2:12-13

Jesus is rejected in his own hometown. They heard Him teach. They heard about all the things He did. But they couldn’t bring themselves to have faith in Him. People will often reject what they don’t know or understand. So we’ve been given the commission to share the love and hope of Jesus. Some will not accept Him, but some won’t immediately reject Him either. It’s not up to us to decide. It’s up to us to simply share what He’s done for our lives and give others the hope of salvation in Jesus name.