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Series 23 The Gospel of Mark: Chapter 2

Jesus and the man who was paralysed

Read all of Mark 2, starting with the last verse of chapter 1 for context.

  • What are the common themes in the stories that are grouped together in this chapter?
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Helping Each Other Finish the Race

I don’t know if you’ve seen this story or not, but it’s a beautiful reminder of the Olympic spirit.  That though these athletes are from other countries, they’ve trained for this, they’ve endured various challenges for this moment, and they persevered over injuries, early morning wake ups, weather, and apathy to routine.   708 more words

Olympus Customisation Service

Olympus just launched a first of sorts that allows people who wants to buy their cameras the ability to customised a camera to their liking. 717 more words

Camera Review

The willingness of the spirit; the weakness of the flesh

““Keep watching and praying that you may not come into temptation; the spirit is willing, but the flesh is weak.”” (Mark 14:38, NASB95)

Jesus to Peter, James, and John in the garden on the night that he was betrayed.  219 more words


God Does Notice

“And he sat down opposite the contribution box and was observing how the crowd was putting coins into the contribution box. And many rich people were putting in many coins. 209 more words


The Waves and Wind Still Know His Name

“And a great windstorm arose, and the waves were breaking into the boat, so that the boat was already filling. But he was in the stern, asleep on the cushion. 134 more words


"Son, I forgive your missing God's goal for your life." ~~Jesus to the paraplegic he was about to heal

Jesus is impressed by bold belief. Boldness, while it may seem outrageous to us, helps us stand out to Jesus.

Jesus is bold Himself. Rather than say “Be healed”, he says I forgive you. 144 more words

God Thoughts