Tag Archives: Mark 2:1–12

Mark: The Invitation

Mark: The Invitation

Mark 1:1-3:6 In the opening chapters of Mark, we see the meteoric rise of Jesus. We then witness conflict when the religious leaders decide they do not like what Jesus is teaching and how the crowds are drawn to Him. Jesus is helping the people of His day understand who He is and what He

God's healing

God Will Help You When You Are Sick

We don’t know her name, but we know her situation. Her world was midnight black. Grope-in-the-dark-and-hope-for-help black. Read these three verses and see what I mean: A large crowd followed Jesus and pushed very close around Him. Among them was a woman who had been bleeding for twelve years. She had suffered very much from

The Hardest Thing God Ever Did

  Understanding God’s Priority Mark 2:1-12 Which is easier: to tell this paralyzed man, “Your sins are forgiven,” or to tell him, “Stand up. Take your mat and walk”? 
— Mark 2:9Let’s talk for a minute about lovebursts. You’ve witnessed sunbursts: sunlight shafting into a shad- owed forest. You’ve seen starbursts: shots of light soaring through

John 5:8

Jesus Heals

Jesus Heals a Leprous Man Matthew 8:2–4; Mark 1:40–45; Luke 5:12–16 LK — And it happened when He was in a certain city, that behold, a man who was full of leprosy saw Jesus; and he fell on his face Luke’s emphasis suggests this was an extremely serious case of leprosy. Lepers were considered ceremonially unclean

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