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09 Jul 2017




Meet Jesus in Mark: His Gospel in 24 Readings

by Matthew Sleeman

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When did the good news about Jesus Christ begin? At Christmas? No. At Easter? No. How about in the New Testament? Not exactly. Let the Gospel writer, Mark, introduce you to the greatest story ever told - the story of forgiveness, salvation and life - the story of Jesus. His story begins in a desert, back with an Old Testament promise from God.




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price: $9.99
bound: 56 pages
publisher: CF4Kids (May 20, 2017)
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isbn: 1781919844, 978-1781919842,
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The Withered Fig Tree and Barren Temple (Mark 11:12-26) 1.What does the fig tree symbolize in Israelite culture? (see Micah 4:4; Zechariah 3:10)? (We need to understand this act symbolically.) 2.How had the Israelites corrupted the true use of the temple? What was the true use of the temple (11:17)The Parable of the Sower (Mark 4:1-20) 1.Why did Jesus teach with parables? (4:9-12) 2.What was the soil like along the path? (4:4) Why were the birds able to eat it up? What does this represent? (4:15) 3.What was the soil like over rocky places? Why did the plant spring up quickly? Why did it wither? (4:5-6)Faith & Films #42 The Widow's Offering (Mark 12:35-44) Context: Various groups have asked Jesus questions: Should we pay taxes? How can there be a resurrection? What is the greatest commandment? 1.Jesus quotes the messianic Psalm 110:1, "The Lord says to my Lord." What is his question? To whom does he ask it? What is his point? (12:35-37) 2.What sins are the "teachers of the law" guilty of? Where do we see these sins today? (12:38-40) 3.Why does Jesus look at people giving offerings? Does he look today? (12:41-44) 4.Jesus contrasts the rich people who "threw in large amounts" with a "poor widow." What can we surmise about this widow? (12:41-44) 5.How much did she put in the offering? How could it be "more than all the others?" (12:44) 6.Is Jesus' measurement scale for offerings absolute or relative? What does this teach us about how much we should give? How does this relate to tithing? 7.What about this story makes us uncomfortable? 263 This Christian Life 7 Hope in Dying 6 Practicing Generosity 3 What Keeps You Awake at Night 4 Advent at The Table 4 John 3 How Deep? 12 Artisans at The Table 4 Summer Sabbath 3 Talking Ourselves into Being Christian 4 World Cup: Rhythms of Faith from Around the World 5 Missio Dei 4 Art & Resurrection of Justice 3 Give Up Certainty for Lent: Live in the Parables of Jesus 6 Don't Talk About That at The Table 7 The Advent Way 5 Luke 3 The Difference Heaven Makes 4 Notice Grace All Summer 8 Quadrilateral 4 Yes to the Mess 6 who do you say i am? 7 from DIY to Renovation by Grace 5 Waiting Within 5 Mark 2 Healing the Heart of Democracy 5 Hospitality 4 Olympic Faith 3 Evolution of Church 6 Farm to Table 2 Faith & Money 3 Cross Purposes 8 Broken Open 7 Leadership: Follow Me 4 A New You 3 Casting Christmas 5 Temenos Facing Change and the Gospel of Matthew 3 Deep 6 Reaching in Love REMIX 3 Reaching in Love 5 ekklesia 2 Toward Koinonia 2 Wrestling with the Divine 2 Books Genesis 12 Exodus 4 Leviticus 1 Deuteronomy 1 Judges 2 Ruth 2 2 Samuel 1 Esther 1 Isaiah 14 Jeremiah 3 Joel 1 Amos 1 Micah 5 Zephaniah 1 Malachi 2 Matthew 51 Mark 27 Luke 40 John 50 Acts 34 Romans 11 1 Corinthians 2 2 Corinthians 5 Galatians 2 Ephesians 9 Philippians 2 2 Timothy 8 Hebrews 3 James 3 1 John 4 2 John 1 3 John 1 Revelation 1 Psalm 21 Speakers Agape (David Scherer) 4 Chris Logan 1 Christina Turner 2 Gary McAnally 1 Karen Oliveto 1 Kristin Stoneking 1 Linda Dew-Hiersoux 138 Lori Ortiz 2 Matt Smith 194 Sara Warfield 3 Steed Davidson 1 Months July 2017 1 June 2017 4 May 2017 4 April 2017 7 March 2017 5 February 2017 4 January 2017 5 December 2016 5 November 2016 4 October 2016 5 September 2016 4 August 2016 4 Entering the Kingdom (Mark 10:13-31) 1.How is the disciples' attitude in 10:13 similar to their attitude in 9:33-38? 2.What is the point of comparison between welcoming children and people entering the kingdom? What does this teach us about faith? (10:13-16) 3.Who do we learn about the man in verses 17, 20, and 22? What did he mean "inherit eternal life"? (10:17) 4.Why does Jesus question his relative use of the adjective "good"? (10:17-18) 5.Why does Jesus require the man to sell everything and give it to the poor? (10:21) 6.Why is salvation virtually impossible for the rich? (10:23-27) 7.What does Jesus promise those who give up things for Jesus and his gospel? (10:28-30) 8.How will the "first" be last, and vise versa, in the Kingdom? (10:31) 19Please don't subscribe your friends; let them decide for themselvesWhat are they? (9:35-36) 3Did the paralytic have faith? What is the relationship between forgiveness and healing? How did Jesus' words offend? (2:1-12) 3Anointing at Bethany (Mark 14:1-11) Note: This is probably the same event as in John 12:1-8 and Matthew 26:6-13, but NOT Luke 7:36-50 (about a sinful woman)Pride, Tolerance, and Sin (Mark 9:33-50) 1.Why do you think the disciples argued about who was greatest among them? (9:33-34) 2.Jesus gives two responsesThere's no chargeHow did Jesus respond? See also John 18:10What is the point of the parable? 6.In practical terms, what does it mean for us to "watch" or "keep watch"? (13:33, 35, 37) 28Peter's Bravado and Gethsemane (Mark 14:27-42) 1.What about Peter's character gives birth to his bravado and comparisons with other disciples in verse 31? Have you ever been blinded by pride? 2.Why do you think Jesus wanted only Peter, James, and John close to him in Gethsemane? (14:33a) 3.Why was Jesus so distressed? What was he afraid of? What did he recoil at? (14:33b-34a) 4.What does it mean to "keep watch"? (14:34b, 37-38) What happened to the disciples? 5.What did Jesus ask the Father? What is "this cup"? How does Jesus keep his desires from getting in the way of the Father's will? (14:35-36) 6.What does Gethsemane teach us about Jesus' humanity? About his relationship with the Father? 7.How does the command to "watch and pray" aid us when we're tempted? (14:38) How can we implement watching? Praying? 31How had the high priests (who received a cut of profits) corrupted it and made it "a den of robbers"? 3.What did Jesus do in the temple? How was it received by the chief priests and teachers of the law? (11:15-18) 4.Why do you think Mark interweaves the accounts of the withered fig tree and the barren temple? What does the fig tree represent here symbolically? (See a similar parable using a vineyard as the symbol in Mark 12:1-12.) 5.What does Jesus teach about the power and importance of faith in prayer? (Mark 11:22-24) 6.Why is forgiveness so important to integrity in prayer? (Mark 11:25; also Matt 5:23-24; 6:12,14) 22.The Parable of the Tenants (Mark 11:27-12:12) 1.When Jesus cleansed the temple (11:12-19), why did the Jewish leaders question his authority to do so? In what way was this a "trick question" in order to entrap him? (Mark 11:27-33) 2.How did Jesus' question about John's authority to baptize stop the Jewish leaders from pressing their attack on Jesus' authority? (Mark 11:29-33) 3.In Jesus' Parable of the Tenants, who does the vineyard builder represent? The vineyard? The tenants? The son? (Mark 12:1-9) 4.Jesus quotes Psalm 118:22-23Sermons can be organized by topic, book, series and speakerIf someone gets even a part of the answer, encourage them, and suggest that there's even moreDo not put this on a website(2) Mark's abbreviated version leaves out the adultery exception, because it was assumed 5d8a9798ff

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