Category Archives: Mark

November 4: Safe or Faith

Read Mark 5:21-34 Do you have a routine? My morning routine is the same just about every morning of the week. Wake up about 10 minutes later than I should have, taking about five minutes too long in the shower, … Continue reading

Posted in Mark, Real Hope

November 3: Man with Leprosy

Read Mark 1:40-45 I’m not ashamed. I am a 24 year old man with a whole face of facial hair, and I am afraid of the dark. Up until I got married in March of 2016 I slept with a … Continue reading

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November 26: Healing a Demon Possessed Man

Read Mark 5:1-43 Unlimited power…That’s what Jesus possesses.  Some people call that His “omnipotence.”  In other words, He is “all powerful.”  That means there is nothing within His moral will that is beyond His divine ability.  Do you believe that?  … Continue reading

Posted in Journey through the Bible, Mark

September 28: Faithful Paralytic

Read Mark 2:1-13 There is a great difference between people who simply want God to work in their lives and people who work actively to allow God to work in them. When we get complacent in our walk with Christ, … Continue reading

Posted in Mark, Transformation Testimonies

April 26: Still

Read Psalm 46:10 and Mark 4: 35-41 It was a Monday morning. As I walked into my office very early with my brain already going through the plans for the week, I saw the church calendar on the wall, and the … Continue reading

Posted in Mark, Psalms

April 6: The Resurrection According to Mark

Read Mark 16:1-8 But go tell his disciples and Peter . . . (v7) Scholars believe that Peter was Mark’s primary source for the book he wrote on Jesus’ life. So when I see those two words at the end of … Continue reading

Posted in Entry to Ascension, Mark

March 26 – The Anointing of Jesus, A Love Story

Read Mark 14:1-11 The account of Jesus’ anointing in Mark 14 is a story of love told from three perspectives.   It was two days before Passover and knowing it was close to the time He would be crucified, Jesus wanted … Continue reading

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