The Gospel of Mark – Part 38 Seeing and Following Jesus – Mark 10:46-52 Mosaic Rockford – Dave Spooner – June 7th, 2020 Intro: The passage we are looking at today is the final passage before Jesus enters the city of Jerusalem and the final healing recorded in the Gospel. Jesus had been traveling for some time…
In our passage for this message, we learn from both the actions and teaching of Jesus what He came to do, to honestly evaluate our desires in following Him and the true pathway to greatness. His convincing and convicting teaching are given to guide you in both the motive and the method of what it means to follow Christ.
Do you want to understand how one can enter the Kingdom of God? Find out how as we learn from the life and teaching from Jesus in Mark 10:13-31.
Marriage is the foundational relationship of humanity. It was given by God as a good gift to His creation. This message focuses on Mark 10:1-12, which is Jesus’s teaching on God’s original design and desire for marriage, why divorce is allowed, and when one is free to remarry.
In our passage for this week, from Mark 9:42-50, Jesus teaches what is better:
It is better to die than to cause people who are just believing in Him to sin.
It is better to enter the kingdom of God with limitations than to enter hell with full freedom.
It is better that when tested you will prove genuine, rather than false.
It is better to be at peace with each other than to be fighting one another.
In Mark 9:30-41 we see what Jesus came to do, what we are to do to be great in the eyes of heaven, and what legitimate ministry is all about.
Jesus comes down from the mountain after the experience of the transfiguration to find the remaining disciples in a heated argument with the scribes. Find out what the argument was about, how Jesus handled it and the powerful truth for your life.
Transfiguration. What is it? Why does it matter? How is it relevant to my life? This message will help to provide some answers.
This powerful Easter message will help us to see just why Jesus had to come and die in order for us to live. Christ has risen, He has risen indeed!
This is a Communion Service to remember the Lord’s life and His death.