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Mark

 “The beginning of the gospel of Jesus Christ, the Son of God.” From the first line of his book, Mark makes it clear that this entire narrative is one about the good news of Jesus as King, most clearly revealed through His curse-reversing, kingdom-inaugurating earthly ministry. This is the Kingdom Jesus came to establish - the lame walk, the blind see, the dead live, the marginalized are included and loved, spiritual captives are set free from sin, and this good news is boldly proclaimed by His people from the neighborhoods to the nations.

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Mark 9:2-13

December 16, 2018

The disciples are slowly beginning to learn more about what it means for Jesus to be the Messiah, but as they have learned the cost of following this Messiah, we have seen doubts and questions consistently arise. But in Mark 9, in the presence of three of Jesus’ closest followers, we get to hear a voice from heaven affirming Jesus as God’s beloved Son, and imploring those who have ears to hear to listen to what He has to say.

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Mark 8:22-9:1

December 9, 2018

Just as the sight of the blind man in our story is progressively made whole, so too are the disciples experiencing greater vision to see the way of the Kingdom. But just as quickly as Peter makes a true statement about the Messiahship of Jesus, He rebukes the claims of the Messiah that He must suffer and die. So the question remains for those of us listening: will we accept the full claims of this King, including suffering and death? Or are we only interested in the way of this King insomuch as it equals our status and comfort?

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Mark 8:1-21

December 2, 2018

For the second time in Mark, Jesus performs a miracle involving the provision of bread to fulfill the hunger of a large crowd of people. In and of itself, this is an amazing feat, but for those who have ears to hear and eyes to see, there is something much greater taking place. Jesus is showing that He is the true and eternal bread who brings true and eternal satisfaction. May we be a people who find our sustenance in Christ, and Christ alone.

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Mark 7:24-37

November 27, 2018

In one of the most shocking stories we have seen so far in Mark, Jesus makes it abundantly clear that man-made societal systems do not dictate the way His Kingdom advances. The most unlikely of people, in the most unlikely of circumstances, who by faith throw themselves onto the mercy of this King will not be turned away. Even when all of society views them as unworthy dogs.

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