Mark emphasizes the shame that Jesus endured through the crucifixion. The Highest King was made low for us!
In a passage filled with irony and injustice, we will observe the Righteous King condemned for sinners.
Jesus demonstrates perfect faithfulness in a twisted trial, while Peter denies Him. Will we deny ourselves or deny Jesus? Learn what faithfulness means.
Learning to follow Jesus faithfully by putting our confidence in God's Word, depending on God for help, and seeking to live out God's Word.
Because Jesus has poured out His life for us, we ought to respond by pouring out our lives for Him.
Seeing Jesus as the One Who commands the future compels us to serve Him faithfully today.
Recognizing Jesus as Lord of all compels us to live a life of whole-self worship of Him!
It is only through Jesus that we can fulfill the greatest commands - loving God and loving others.
Choosing to listen to our God and Savior because He is pure, wise, and accurate truth.
Seeing how we as rebels can and should respond to our great God of grace and mercy!
Learning to cultivate genuine faith that is honest, pure, steady, and forgiving.
Living to honor Jesus as our King.
Learning to follow the example of blind Bartimaeus by calling out to and depending on Jesus for help and then leaving all to follow Him.
Following Jesus' example of selfless serving and learning that greatness is serving.
Looking to follow Jesus’ teaching on marriage and rest in God’s good design, grace, and forgiveness.
Learning from our Savior how to live a life of sacrifice for His glory and our good.
Learning to recognize our own inabilities and unbelief while growing to consistently look to our Great Savior who is mighty and able to help.
We must look to Jesus and follow Him in light of His power, person, and plan.
Jesus wants us to follow His example in denying ourselves and following hard after Him.
Get rid of the blindness in your life by believing in Jesus!