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Mark

Mark was the traveling companion of both Paul and Peter, and wrote this Gospel from the Roman perspective.  He was a seasoned veteran of the Christian walk, well versed in apostolic teaching, and had extensive missionary experience under wise guides.  He was the cousin of  Barnabas (Col 4:10) and participated in early stages of Paul's first missionary journey.  For some reason he did not finish the journey, but went back to Jerusalem (Acts 13:13). Later on, Paul would not have Mark on his mission team because of this desertion (Acts 15:38). Yet in later years he and Paul were reconciled (Col 4:10; Philem 24). Paul regarded him as one of the few who were faithful to his ministry to the end (2 Tim 4:11).  There is good evidence that this gospel reflects Peter's contributions, and that they had close ties (1 Pet 5:13).  Tradition holds that Mark wrote primarily for a largely Gentile audience resident in Rome,  as he seeks to encourage them to follow and keep following Jesus Christ.

  • Mark 11:1-8 John the Baptist prepares the way
  • 1:9-11 The baptism of Jesus
  • 1:12-13 The temptation of Jesus
  • 1:14-20 Jesus calls four fisherman
  • 1:21-28 Jesus casts out demons
  • 1:29-34 Jesus heals Simon's mother-in-law
  • 1:35-39 Jesus on preaching tour
  • 1:40-45 Jesus cleanses a leper
  • Mark 22:1-12 Jesus heals a palsied man
  • 2:13-14 Jesus calls Levi
  • 2:15-17 Jesus eats with sinners
  • 2:18-22 The question about fasting
  • 2:23-28 The purpose of the Sabbath
  • Mark 33:1-6 Jesus heals on the Sabbath
  • 3:7-12 Many healed at the seaside
  • 3:13-21 Jesus chooses his disciples
  • 3:22-30 The unpardonable sin
  • 3:31-35 Jesus' true kin
  • Mark 44:1-20 The parable of the sower
  • 4:21-25 A candle under a bushel
  • 4:26-29 The parable of the seed
  • 4:30-32 The parable of the mustard seed
  • 4:33-34 Jesus' use of parables
  • 4:35-41 Jesus quiets the sea
  • Mark 55:1-20 The Gadarene demoniac healed
  • 5:21:43 Jesus raises Jairus' daughter and heals a woman
  • Mark 66:1-6 Unbelief in Nazareth
  • 6:7-13 Jesus sends the twelve to preach and to heal
  • 6:14-29 John the Baptist is beheaded
  • 6:30-44 Jesus feeds five thousand
  • 6:45-52 Jesus walks on the sea
  • 6:53-56 Jesus heals many at Gennesaret
  • Mark 77:1-23 Jesus explains what defiles
  • 7:24-30 The Syrophoenician woman's faith
  • 7:31-37 Christ heals a deaf and dumb man
  • Mark 88:1-10 Jesus feeds four thousand
  • 8:11-13 The demand for a sign
  • 8:14-21 The leaven of the Pharisees
  • 8:22-26 Christ heals a blind man
  • 8:27-30 Peter's confession
  • 8:31-38 Christ foretells his death
  • Mark 99:1-13 The transfiguration
  • 9:14-29 The powerlessness of the disciples
  • 9:30-32 Christ again speaks of his death
  • 9:33-41 Who is the greatest?
  • 9:42-50 Temptations to sin
  • Mark 1010:1-12 Jesus on divorce
  • 10:13-16 Christ blesses children
  • 10:17-31 The rich young ruler
  • 10:32-34 Christ again speaks of his death
  • 10:35-45 The request of James and John
  • 10:46-52 Blind Bartimeus receives sight
  • Mark 1111:1-11 The triumphal entry into Jerusalem
  • 11:12-14 Christ curses a fig tree
  • 11:15-19 Christ cleanses the temple
  • 11:20-26 The lesson from the withered fig tree
  • 11:27-33 Christ's authority questioned
  • Mark 1212:1-12 The parable of the wicked husbandmen
  • 12:13-17 The question of tribute to Caesar
  • 12:18-27 The question about the resurrection
  • 12:28-34 The great commandment
  • 12:35-37 The question of David's son
  • 12:38-40 Christ denounces the scribes
  • 12:41-44 The widow's offering
  • Mark 1313:1-23 Signs of the end
  • 13:24-37 The coming of the Son of man
  • Mark 1414:1-2 The chief priests plot against Jesus
  • 14:3-9 Christ anointed at Bethany
  • 14:10-11 The conspiracy of Judas
  • 14:12:25 Jesus Christ eats the passover with his disciples
  • 14:26-31 Peter's denial foretold
  • 14:32-42 Gethsemane
  • 14:43-52 The betrayal and arrest of Christ
  • 14:53-65 Christ before the high priest
  • 14:66-72 Peter denies Jesus
  • Mark 1515:1-5 Jesus Christ before Pilate
  • 15:6-19 Christ sentenced to die
  • 15:20-41 The crucifixion
  • 15:42-47 The burial of Jesus
  • Mark 1616:1-8 The Resurrection of Jesus Christ
  • 16:9-13 Christ appears to his disciples
  • 16:14-18 Christ commissions the eleven
  • 16:19-20 The ascension





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