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A Study in Mark, Volume 4

The Christ and His Disciples

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ID: 14104 • July 14, 2014

Mark, the first of the Gospels to be written and the shortest, zeroes in on the proclamation of Jesus as the Christ and the importance of faith in Him. Jesus’ words and works showed Him to be the compassionate and powerful Son of God as He set Himself on a trajectory to the cross to make atonement for sin. The Gospel’s aim is to persuade everyone to repent and believe.

In volume four of this series, Alistair Begg looks at how the demands of the Gospel confronted the disciples. Even as they became convinced of Jesus’ identity as Messiah and witnessed a revelation of His glory, they still failed to grasp the full significance of who He was and what it meant for them. Turning to Jesus is not just one aspect of a full life; it means the total transformation of our lives as we submit ourselves to our Lord and follow Him in righteous suffering.

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And Now for the Rest of the Story

Mark 8:22–33 Sermon Includes Transcript 36:44 ID: 2739

Discipleship: The Conditions

Mark 8:34–9:1 Sermon Includes Transcript 39:18 ID: 2745

The Transfiguration — Part One

Mark 9:1–8 Sermon Includes Transcript 41:00 ID: 2746

The Transfiguration — Part Two

Mark 9:9–13 Sermon Includes Transcript 31:44 ID: 2747

Jesus Heals the Boy

Mark 9:14–29 Sermon Includes Transcript 44:45 ID: 2748

Lessons for the Twelve

Mark 9:30–37 Sermon Includes Transcript 34:13 ID: 2749

Us and Them

Mark 9:38–41 Sermon Includes Transcript 40:02 ID: 2750

Sin Is Serious, Hell Is Real

Mark 9:42–48 Sermon Includes Transcript 39:20 ID: 2752

Salted with Fire

Mark 9:49–50 Sermon Includes Transcript 29:03 ID: 2753