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Mark 6:3

Mark 6:3

Jesus was a Man that went about doing good, but those who knew Him as a young lad, in the little village of Nazareth, were unable to accept Him and His teachings. They rejected the Lord of life, Who was the Word made flesh and the Messiah of God.

It is said that: 'familiarity breeds contempt', and the people of Nazareth were so biased against Jesus, that He could not do many mighty miracles there, because of their unbelief. How read more...

Mark 6:4

Mark 6:4

The ministry of Jesus began to widen as news of His amazing miracles and healings began to be spread abroad. Although He was resisted by the scribes and Pharisees in Judah, He received a more positive reception around the Galilee. As time passed, however, hostility towards the Lord Jesus started to develop and increasingly His message and ministry was rejected, causing Him to begin teaching His faithful followers through parables.

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Mark 6:30

Mark 6:30

What a touching scene we have here. Jesus had sent His twelve apostles out with a special commission to preach repentance to the lost sheep of the house of Israel.. and had given them apostolic authority and divine ability to, drive out many demons, anoint many sick people with oil and heal them.

The apostles were no doubt flushed with excitement at the success of their ministry, and weary from their exhausting schedule read more...

Mark 6:31

Mark 6:31

The responsibilities; busyness; stresses and strain of simply living can cause each of us to neglect what is important and of lasting significance for what we consider to be the immediately urgent and vital. Even the duties and tasks to which God has called can be placed higher on our daily agenda than those things that are vital to our well-being. The Lord Jesus knew this, and throughout scripture God often uses the simple, natural things to teach us important read more...