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A Study in Mark, Volume 9

Can This Be the End?

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ID: 14110 • July 16, 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.

This final volume in Mark brings us to Jesus’ arrest, death, and resurrection. Alistair Begg reminds us that we can see a bit of ourselves in each person who played a role in the crucifixion story. We may be shaken in our faith like Peter, indifferent like Pilate, or frightened like the women who discovered the empty tomb. Regardless, we all must consider the fact that Jesus not only died to make atonement for sin but also rose again to reign forever. What we do with this information is a decision with eternal consequences.

Sermons in this Series
Available Volumes:

“They All Left Him”

Mark 14:43–52 Sermon 40:25 ID: 2931

Jesus Condemned to Death — Part One

Mark 14:53–65 Sermon 33:28 ID: 2932

Jesus Condemned to Death — Part Two

Mark 14:53–65 Sermon 30:01 ID: 2933

Peter Denies Jesus

Mark 14:66–72 Sermon 40:46 ID: 2937

Jesus Delivered to Pilate

Mark 15:1–5 Sermon 36:23 ID: 2938

Pilate’s Dilemma

Mark 15:6–15 Sermon 44:38 ID: 2940

They Crucified Him

Mark 15:16–32 Sermon 46:39 ID: 2943

The Death of Jesus

Mark 15:33–41 Sermon 41:44 ID: 2944

The Witnesses

Mark 15:39–41 Sermon 32:26 ID: 2945

Jesus Was Buried

Mark 15:42–47 Sermon 24:25 ID: 2946

He Has Risen!

Mark 16:1–8 Sermon 35:24 ID: 2947

An Unusual Ending

Mark 16:1–8 Sermon 36:50 ID: 2948