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Mark 2:2

Mark 2:2

At the beginning of Mark, chapter 2, we read that Jesus had returned to Capernaum, after having completed an exhaustive preaching tour, throughout the Galilean region. For days, He had not only been preaching and teaching the gospel of the kingdom, but had cast out many demons and healed numerous people that were sick, with diverse diseases.

However, soon after Jesus returned to His home base at Capernaum, following this strenuous read more...

Mark 2:5

Mark 2:5

Jesus could have spent his entire life-time healing all that were physically sick or maimed .. demon possessed or leprous. He could have fed the multitudes daily with bread and fish.. or with manna and quail, until physical illness was eradicated and bodily hunger was satisfied.

But Jesus had come for a greater purpose than simply to supply man's many physical needs. Jesus had come to turn men from sin and unbelief back to trust read more...

Mark 2:22

Mark 2:22

Jesus was the promised Messiah Who was sent to the lost sheep of the house of Israel to save His chosen people from their sins. All scripture had pointed to the time when Christ would set up His promised kingdom on earth and for three wonderful years God's anointed King of Israel lived among His people and laid out the criteria for entrance into His sovereign realm as His loyal subjects. All Old Testament scripture pointed to Christ, Who was the end of the Law as read more...

Mark 2:27

Mark 2:27

When God had finished His six days of creation, He rested on the seventh day. However, due to man’s sin, God had to begin another work – the work of redemption, which is the work that will one day be fully and finally completed when Christ is all in all.

God rested after His six days of creation, when His work of creation was done, as a read more...