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When the Disciples Don’t Understand, Jesus is Forced into a Powerful Sermon Illustration (Follow Me, part 35)
Mark 9:30-37 Jesus foretells His death again, and answers the question "Who is the greatest?" Jesus and the disciples head back through Galilee, apparently en route to Jerusalem. Jesus is taking some time away from public ministry to teach (didasko) His disciples. He...read more
Mark 9:14-29 Jesus Heals a Desperate Family Jesus and His three closest disciples return from the (literally) mountaintop experience of the Transfiguration, to reunite with the rest of the disciples. Apparently they walk into an ongoing dispute with the scribes. The...read more
Mark 9:2-13 tells us the story of the Transfiguration of Jesus. It's a fascinating passage, full of surprises, mistaken assumptions, prophetic triumph, and ominous foreshadowing. The previous chapter is chock-full with the feeding of the four thousand, the healing of...read more
Before we jump in here, just a reminder that there are actually five great commission texts (at least) in the Gospels and Acts. This post is about the one in Matthew's gospel. In my post surveying the Greek text of Mat. 28:19-20, I noted that I think Matthew 28:18 is...read more
“Christians don't need to repent,” said the young man. “Jesus died for our sins… past, present, and future,” he continued, “so you don't need to spend all of your time asking him for forgiveness. He has already forgiven you!” According to this young man, all the...read more
I am currently making a documentary about miracles corroborated by medical evidence. I want to dispel some prevalent myths about Christian miracles and prayer. Myth 1: People in the U.S. do not see many miracles today. Fact: 34% of Americans claim to have either...read more
When you are a continuationist, one of the more bizarre realities that you have to wrestle with is that some of your harshest critics are other Christians. You know, your extended spiritual family. And as the saying goes: "You can pick your friends, but you're stuck...read more
Hebrews 5:2 He can deal gently with the ignorant and wayward, since he himself is beset with weakness. (ESV) As humans we are filled with weakness, tempted, sinful. Jesus experienced this same weakness and temptation - "yet without sin" (4:15). By His overcoming of...read more
I was talking with some friends this morning and it brought back a memory I had in Bible college. I remember my first few weeks at the school very well. I was just just beginning to experience what a community driven by the maintenance of rules, standards, and...read more
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