Jesus continues to display His true identity as He teaches His disciples in the feeding of the 4,000.
Jesus interacted with people according to their need and He adjusted His approach to each situation. This week we read a unique way Jesus reached out to others, and from this encounter, Jesus continues to give evidence of His identity, the character of God and ways we can impact those around us.
Jesus demonstrates the heart and mission of God by intentionally going to those who were thought of as “unclean” to deal with what was truly unclean. We, in turn, should walk as Jesus walked.
The Gospel of Mark continues to point us to the true identity of Jesus. In Him we have help, God’s word is the true authority, and our need is for the mercy and power of God.
What can we learn from the account of Jesus walking on the water? In this message we will look at this passage from Mark 6. I think you will be both encouraged and surprised!
We can learn a lot about Jesus and about ourselves from Mark’s account of the feeding of the five thousand: we are important to Him, He has great compassion for us and He will help us do what He calls us to do.
In this message we will be looking at “the rest of the story” from the life of John the Baptist. We will learn some important truths about following God’s calling in the realities of the world we live in so that we will be strong, faithful and courageous in living in the word and will of God.
In this message, we return to our study in the Gospel of Mark picking up where we left off with chapter six. We will take time to review where we have been in the book so far and then move ahead into our passage as we see how people respond to Jesus, both during His time and today. My prayer is that you will put your faith in Christ will be renewed and strengthened as you understand to a greater degree who Jesus is.
The new year and new decade is upon us! Have you set any goals for the next year? Scripture points us to where our aim should be as we practically live out our faith with implications for now and eternity!
This message concludes our two week Christmas mini-series from the Gospel of Matthew, learning about the women mentioned in the lineage of Jesus.