THE GOSPEL OF MARK Mark Associate of Peter

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1 Peter 5:13. Cousin of Barnabas . Colossians 4:10. Travelled with Paul and Barnabas . Acts 12:25, 13:5. Went back to Jerusalem . Acts 13:13. Paul and Barnabas fell out over taking him on their second trip . ID: 645329 Download Presentation

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THE GOSPEL OF MARK

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Mark

Associate of Peter

1 Peter 5:13

Cousin of Barnabas

Colossians 4:10

Travelled with Paul and Barnabas

Acts 12:25, 13:5

Went back to Jerusalem

Acts 13:13

Paul and Barnabas fell out over taking him on their second trip

Acts 15:36-39

Paul said Mark was useful

2 Timothy 4:11

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Mark

Shortest gospel--to Romans

Peter and Mark were in Rome

1 Peter 5:13

Peter the apostle was the source

Mom had a large house

Acts 12:12

Probably the young man in

Mark 14:51-52

Divided into two halves

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Two Unique Stories in Mark

Parable

and

event—teach

the same thing

Mark 4:26-29

growth in stages

Mark 8:22-26

blind man healed in two stages

Only non-instantaneous miracle

Could see much better than he did

8:24

Could see clearly

8:25

This story separates the two parts of Mark

An understanding of who is Jesus

1:1-8:21

A clearer, more complete understanding of who is Jesus

8:27-16:20

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Mark

1:1-8:21

Authority

1:21-28

Action

20

miracles

Attention 1:28,45“immediately” 31 timesQualities that the Romans would respect about Jesus

8:27-16:20

Suffering

8:31-38

Service

9:33-37

Sacrifice

9:14-29

“immediately”

10

times

5

miracles

9:29

A clearer, more complete view of Jesus

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Mark

1:1-28

John’s profession

1-6

Authority foretold

7-8

Baptism

9-10

John imprisoned

14Overcame temptation 12-13

Called disciples

16-20

Taught not as scribes 22Exorcism (authority) 27

8:27-9:29

Peter’s profession

8:29

Suffering foretold

8:31-9:1

Transfiguration

9:2-10

Elijah’s suffering

9:11-13

Jesus will suffer

9:12

Disciples’ failure

9:18

Disputed with scribes

9:14

Exorcism (selfless)

9:29

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Mark

Our culture is more like the Romans than the Greeks or Jews, so we should especially find Mark interesting

Mark proves Jesus is the Son of God by revealing the

action

and

authority

of Jesus, which attracted

attention

However, Mark shows us a clearer picture of Jesus as the Son of God

He came to serve, not be served, and sacrifice and suffer for our sins

He promises salvation for those who

believe

and are baptized Mark 16:16

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