Gospel of Mark

Mark’s Gospel: Signs

They people got their wish and ate their fill. Jesus sent them away, healed, delivered, informed, inspired and with their bellies full for the journey home.

Mark’s Gospel: Power

The call to ministry for Christ must be preceded by the call into fellowship with Christ. “To be with Him” is not a calling reserved for preachers.

Mark’s Gospel: Sabbath

When something about us makes us feel unworthy to worship, we must hear His words, “Stretch it out to me.”

Mark’s Gospel: Rules

To answer their charges, Jesus introduced one of the most important facts about the Kingdom of God: Jesus is Lord of all—including the Sabbath!

Mark’s Gospel: Rooftops

When it comes to what Jesus can do, there are no ceilings and all rooftops must yield to those who come to Him in determined faith.

Mark’s Gospel: If

Compassion and power rose up in Jesus, a compassion deeper than the wounds within the man and a power greater than the wounds on the surface.

Mark’s Gospel: Kingdom

It was no longer the stuff of metaphor and imagination; the kingdom was now in flesh, to be seen and heard, touched and handled. This Kingdom had a King.

The Christmas Story: John

Her husband has regained his ability to speak and now he won’t stop. He is telling her, again, about that day at the Temple.