Mark 5:1-20: In reading this passage it is surprising that there were people that were actually fearful of Jesus. It’s not often that as Christians we see Jesus as someone to be feared but this is how the people of the Decapolis saw Jesus. Jesus went to the other side of the Sea of Galilee with a purpose in mind. Continue reading
Mark 4:35-41: For fishermen like Andrew, Peter, James and John storms on the Sea of Galilee wouldn’t have been uncommon. However this time the disciples of Jesus found themselves in the storm of their life with an unstoppable surge of water coming into their boat. They feared for their lives! Continue reading
Mark 4: 30-34: Mark shares one more Kingdom example from the teachings of Jesus on the subject, this time Jesus makes the comparison between the Kingdom and a mustard seed. Continue reading
Mark 4: 26-29: Jesus is always speaking the language of the people, even when he used parables (stories with meaning) that sometimes seemed obscure to the audience, he stilled used real to life examples to teach them what the Kingdom of God is like. Continue reading
Mark 4: 21-25: After the story of the four fields and the seed that falls on them we come across another passage with an important Kingdom principal that we need to take to heart in our physical and spiritual lives.
The basic idea Jesus is teaching about the Kingdom of God is that if you Continue reading