These are the posts filed under "The Gospel of Mark".
Grace is ours for the asking, because our Savior paid in advance. May today’s post spur your gratitude this Thanksgiving Day.
Jesus visits his hometown and finds their questions to be anything but innocent. What stopped him from doing miracles there?
In Mark 5 we see Jesus cross the Sea of Galilee in response to the inarticulate cry of one man. He hears our cry, too.
Jesus heard the cries of the desperate, and came near to save them. Come hear their cries and add your own.
The gospel is good news and a eulogy is a good word. When you’re asked to give a good word, give the gospel.
Are you preoccupied with the drama of your life? Take a break and immerse yourself in the high drama of the Gospel of Mark!
Nothing derails my day like a poor night’s sleep. And nothing ruins my sleep more easily than dread of what
When the waiter brings you a free charcuterie platter with the words “compliments of the chef,” you’re about to get a taste of grace.
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Advent: A Seed of Suspicion, A Seed of Promise →
The first sin of the first man brought death and ruin to us all. But God's response was to bring hope through a promise. Read more…
Grace for the Asking: Applying Mark 6 →
Grace is ours for the asking, because our Savior paid in advance. May today's post spur your gratitude this Thanksgiving Day. Read more…
Questions, Innocent and Otherwise: Studying Mark 6 →
Jesus visits his hometown and finds their questions to be anything but innocent. What stopped him from doing miracles there? Read more…
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