Sermons on “Mark”

Mark 4

Jesus explained that the word of God was to be scatters widely. His Light was to be allowed to shine. The places of growth can be surprising and the mysterious. Chris challenges us to listen to Jesus teaching and invite widely. Do we still have no faith?

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Mark 3

The Pharisees were looking for a reason to condemn Jesus and the teachers of the Law chose to believe the Holy Spirit was evil. We are challenged to look for a reason to believe and to truth in the Spirit’s work. Will you stretch out your hand if Jesus calls you to?

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Mark 2

Healing, forgiveness and the Lordship of Jesus over institutions and rules.  Chapter 2 is the next exciting instalment in the epic drama of Jesus’ life.

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Mark 1

Mark is the shortest gospel. It is constantly aware of the coming conclusion of Jesus’ ministry at the cross. It is one of the earliest attempts to report and begin to make sense of Jesus’ ministry, death and resurrection. We jump straight in to the beginning of Jesus public ministry skipping the birth narrative and the book will close 16 breathless chapters later with the women fleeing for Jesus empty tomb trembling and afraid. We will be reading a chapter each week and asking what God is saying to us through His word.

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Compassion for the Lonely

Chris teaches from the healing of the leper in Mark 1:40-45 showing the way in which God sets the lonely in families. The teaching goes on to suggest ways in which we might respond to Jesus compassion today.

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The Future

David Taylor preaches on Mark Chapter 13 and encourages us to remain spiritually vigilent and confident to face the future in the light of His return.

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