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Title: The Book of Mark: Jesus, the Servant of God


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The Book of MarkJesus, the Servant of God
  • By Stan Crowley
  • Church of Christ at Buda/Kyle
  • Buda, Texas
  • March-August 2000

www.budakylecofc.org
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Where Jesus Taught

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When Jesus Taught
Passover
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Where and When Jesus Taught
Timeline
5
Events found in Mark
Timeline
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Emphasis in Mark
2 years in Galilee
2 months in Jerusalem
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Introduction
  • Was very likely written by John Mark (cousin of
    Barnabas who deserted Paul on first journey).
  • Is the shortest gospel in length.
  • Was probably the first written (AD 55-70).
  • Is 93 duplicated in other gospels (only 7
    unique material).

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IntroductionContd
  • Was written for Romans.
  • Explains Jewish customs.
  • Uses Latin expressions.
  • Quotes O.T. only three times.
  • Presents Jesus as a conquerorof storms, demons,
    disease, and death.

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IntroductionContd
  • Has been called a moving picture of the ministry
    of Jesus. (Master Study Bible)
  • Uses word immediately often.
  • Records more works than words.
  • Includes over one half of miracles.
  • Includes only one fourth of parables.
  • Uses vivid, picturesque language.
  • Provides additional (personal) details for some
    events.

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IntroductionContd
  • Mark presents Jesus as one who came to serve us
    and die for us.
  • (Mark 1045 NKJV) "For even the Son of Man did
    not come to be served, but to serve, and to give
    His life a ransom for many."

Jesus, the Servant of God
  • Theme
  • His life

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Approach
  • We will focus on what we can apply to our lives.
  • We will note what we can learn about His life.
  • We will take His life event by event.
  • Miracles
  • Parables
  • Other encounters

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Miracles
  • Mark records over half of Jesus miracles.
  • He records Jesus power
  • Over nature
  • Over disease
  • Over death

We can see the laws of nature suspended.
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Parables
  • Mark presents few of Jesus formal parables.
  • He gives us more intimate insights into other
    discussions.

We can listen to the greatest teachings the world
has ever heard.
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Other encounters
  • Mark gives over 20 different reactions to Jesus.
  • We can imagine what it would be like to be there
    as an observeror as one who spoke with Jesus.

These are wonderful opportunities to see the
qualities of our Lord at work in His life.
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Outline
  • Preliminaries and Beginning of Ministry (11-13)
  • Ministry in Galilee (114-652)
  • Ministry Outside Galilee (653-950)
  • Journey to Jerusalem (101-52)
  • In JerusalemThe Final Week (111-1547)
  • The Post-Resurrection Period (161-20)

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The Book of MarkJesus, the Servant of God
Encounters with Jesus
Power Point lessons on Mark by Stan Crowley are
available at www.budakylecofc.org
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