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The main ACTION is the appearance of the grace of God, which came for the PURPOSE of bringing salvation to all.
The Grace and Glory of God
Central Idea: Jesus was baptized by John, descended upon by the Spirit, and acknowledged by the Father.
Mark 1:9-11
Central Idea: John fulfilled the messenger prophecy by baptizing for repentance to forgiveness and proclaiming the coming of the Lord.
Mark 1:2-8
Central Idea: Jesus called Simon, Andrew, James, and John to follow him; and after leaving their livelihood, they followed him.
Mark 1:16-20
Central Idea: Jesus amazed the people with his authoritative teaching by healing the man with an unclean spirit.
Mark 1:21-28
Central Idea: At the home of Simon and Andrew, Jesus heals Simon's mother-in-law of her fever.
Mark 1:29-31
Central Idea: After rising early in the morning, Jesus went out and away to a wilderness place to pray.
Mark 1:35
Central Idea: Jesus responded to the seeking crowds by going the other way in order to preach throughout Galilee.
Mark 1:36-39
Central Idea: A leper came to Jesus for cleansing, and Jesus cleansed the leper.
Mark 1:40-42
Central Idea: Jesus commanded the man to quietly show himself to the priest (situation), but instead he spoke freely about Jesus (response).
Mark 1:43-45
Explanations: 1.
Mark 2:1-5
Central Idea: The scribes respond to Jesus with an accusation of blasphemy, to which Jesus himself r...
Mark 2:6-12
- Central Idea: Jesus was taken into a cloud, and two men promised he would come back in the same way.
Acts 1:9-11
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A Healing Frenzy
Mark 1:32-34
Central Idea: The city brought those who were sick to Jesus, and he healed many.
Published June 1st, 2012
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2010-08-17 08:43:29
2010-08-17 11:21:06
Central Idea: The city brought those who were sick to Jesus, and he healed many. Explanations: 1. Perhaps verse 33 could serve as an Explanation of the Idea in 32c (i.e. Mark clarifies that the whole city gathered when they brought their sick to Jesus), but I chose to designate this link as Action-Manner because I felt that verse 33 describes the ravenous, chaotic manner in which the city people gather with their sick at Jesus' door. Either way, Mark wants to make sure that we get a more vivid picture of this healing frenzy. 2. After considering 32-34 to be a Situation-Response relationship (due to the fact that Jesus is presented with this situation of the whole city gathered at his door, and responds by healing many people), I decided to go with Action-Result because Jesus' response does not appear to be surprising in any real way (except, perhaps, for his muting the demons). Rather, it is what we have come to expect of Jesus-to heal the sick. In fact, we could argue that the very natural result of bringing the sick to Jesus is healing. Should we ever really be surprised when someone is healed? Questions: 1. I am curious about the term "evil" that is used in 32, 34. Those who "are having evil" are brought to Jesus and healed. Obviously, this is rendered as "sick", but I wonder if we should pick up on a more profound significance, especially when considering the spiritual implications of this text. 2. How, exactly, should we interpret the fact that Jesus did not "forgive/let" the demons speak. This is the same word used when the fever "left" Simon's mother-in-law, and it is also used for "forgive" in the spiritual sense. Do we appropriately read spiritual insight into this term in this particular text? In other words, are we to sense spiritual condemnation (i.e. un-forgiveness) in the casting out of demons? 3. I also wonder what exactly it means when we read that the demons "knew" Jesus. Certainly, in 1:21-28, the unclean spirit genuinely recognizes Jesus as the Holy One of God. I am still curious, however, about the true relationship between Jesus and the demons. What kind of knowledge, exactly, did they have of Jesus. It was not the knowledge of faith. But what was it?
10000000047243 47243 Notes 2010-08-17 08:43:29 2010-08-17 11:21:06 Central Idea: The city brought those who were sick to Jesus, and he healed many. Explanations: 1. Perhaps verse 33 could serve as an Explanation of the Idea in 32c (i.e. Mark clarifies that the whole city gathered when they brought their sick to Jesus), but I chose to designate this link as Action-Manner because I felt that verse 33 describes the ravenous, chaotic manner in which the city people gather with their sick at Jesus' door. Either way, Mark wants to make sure that we get a more vivid picture of this healing frenzy. 2. After considering 32-34 to be a Situation-Response relationship (due to the fact that Jesus is presented with this situation of the whole city gathered at his door, and responds by healing many people), I decided to go with Action-Result because Jesus' response does not appear to be surprising in any real way (except, perhaps, for his muting the demons). Rather, it is what we have come to expect of Jesus-to heal the sick. In fact, we could argue that the very natural result of bringing the sick to Jesus is healing. Should we ever really be surprised when someone is healed? Questions: 1. I am curious about the term "evil" that is used in 32, 34. Those who "are having evil" are brought to Jesus and healed. Obviously, this is rendered as "sick", but I wonder if we should pick up on a more profound significance, especially when considering the spiritual implications of this text. 2. How, exactly, should we interpret the fact that Jesus did not "forgive/let" the demons speak. This is the same word used when the fever "left" Simon's mother-in-law, and it is also used for "forgive" in the spiritual sense. Do we appropriately read spiritual insight into this term in this particular text? In other words, are we to sense spiritual condemnation (i.e. un-forgiveness) in the casting out of demons? 3. I also wonder what exactly it means when we read that the demons "knew" Jesus. Certainly, in 1:21-28, the unclean spirit genuinely recognizes Jesus as the Holy One of God. I am still curious, however, about the true relationship between Jesus and the demons. What kind of knowledge, exactly, did they have of Jesus. It was not the knowledge of faith. But what was it? notes
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Ὀψίας δὲ γενομένης,
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ἔφερον πρὸς αὐτὸν πάντας τοὺς κακῶς ἔχοντας καὶ τοὺς δαιμονιζομένους·
καὶ ἦν ὅλη ἡ πόλις ἐπισυνηγμένη πρὸς τὴν θύραν.
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καὶ ἐθεράπευσεν πολλοὺς κακῶς ἔχοντας ποικίλαις νόσοις,
καὶ δαιμόνια πολλὰ ἐξέβαλεν,
καὶ οὐκ ἤφιεν λαλεῖν τὰ δαιμόνια,
ὅτι ᾔδεισαν αὐτόν.
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