We finish the book of Mark with Jesus commissioning His disciple to go preach the Gospel.
We examine the torture and crucifixion of Jesus Christ. We start to see the mockery and rejection of Jesus by the religious leaders and their envy.
We finish Mark 14 looking at the mock trial of Jesus before the high priest. Then we see Jesus standing before Pilot.
We arrive at the time when Jesus is about to be crucified on Passover. He is in Jerusalem to die and take away the sins of the world.
Learn about the end of the age and when Jesus talks about His return.
Jesus teaches on the greatest commandment of love. He goes on to answer the scribes' question.
Jesus takes on the questions of the religious Jews about His authority and paying taxes to Caesar.
We learn about the healing of a blind man. Then Jesus enters into Jerusalem.
Jesus speaks to the rich young ruler about trusting in riches. Then He goes on to teach about being a servant of the Kingdom.
Jesus teaches on marriage, divorce, and remarriage. Then instructs the rich young ruler to forsake works to enter into the Kingdom of God.
We see Jesus cast a demon out of a young man. Then Jesus goes on to explain what the cost is to have a place of authority in the Kingdom.
Jesus teaches us not to save your life but be willing to lose it for Him and the Gospel. Then He goes on reveal Himself in the Transfiguration.
Jesus asks His disciples who they say He is. Then teaches to deny self, take up our cross, and follow Him.
We continue to walk with Jesus as He takes on the religious traditions of the Scribes and Pharisees.
Jesus feeds the multitude and walks on the sea.
We study Mark chapter 6 where Jesus finds unbelief in His hometown. Then we learn about the fate of John the Baptist.
We see Jesus healing the woman with the issue of blood and raising Jairus' daughter. Learn about the power of God.
We cover when Jesus calms the storm and the deliverance of the demon possessed man of Gadara. Learn about casting out of devils.
We learn about the Parable of the Sower and how God's Word is sown into the heart.
Jesus is challenged once again for healing a man on the Sabbath day. Jesus ordains the twelve apostles and goes on to teach about a house divided.
Jesus heals a man paralyzed in front of a crowd. He teaches on the new covenant and that faith does not mix with the old religion and legalism of man.
Jesus' ministry is to first preach/teach the Word of God. The casting out of demons was a part of His ministry as well but it is not His primary focus.
We begin our Bible class studying the book of Mark. We will go through, in the next several weeks, looking verse-by-verse at the entire book.