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A Study in Mark, Volume 8

The Jar, the Bread, and the Cups

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ID: 14108 • July 15, 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 the final days of His ministry, Jesus took the time to prepare His disciples for what was to come. In volume eight of this series, Alistair Begg explores the contrasts between the worship of a devoted woman, the betrayal of Judas Iscariot, and the disciples’ falling away. In it all, God’s sovereignty was displayed and the Lord’s humanity was revealed as Jesus set Himself purposefully and sorrowfully on the path to the cross to save us from our sins.

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Wholehearted Devotion

Mark 14:1–9 Sermon 43:45 ID: 2903

Deep-Seated Corruption

Mark 14:10–11 Sermon 41:23 ID: 2904

“Woe to That Man…”

Mark 14:17–21 Sermon 40:44 ID: 2906

The Danger of Self-Reliance

Mark 14:26–31 Sermon 44:28 ID: 2909

Jesus in 3-D — Part One

Mark 14:32–42 Sermon 40:23 ID: 2920

Jesus in 3-D — Part Two

Mark 14:32–42 Sermon 30:42 ID: 2921