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Papias’ comment, “Mark became Peter’s interpreter and wrote accurately all that he remembered, not indeed in order of the things said or done by the Lord. For he had not heard the Lord, nor had he followed him, but later on, as I said, followed Peter, who used to give teaching as necessity demanded but not making, as it were, an arrangement of the Lord’s oracles, so that Mark did nothing wrong in writing down single points as he remembered them. For to one thing he gave attention, to leave out nothing of what he had heard and to make no false statements in them.”
John Mark (1 Pt 5:13), cousin of Barnabas (Col 4:10), traveler with Paul and Barnabas (Acts 13:5), the son of a wealthy family in Jerusalem (Acts 12:12-14). He disappointed Paul on his first missionary journey (Acts 13:13), but later became a real help to him (2 Tim 4:11).
Left Naked? (14:51-52) Could this be Mark’s self-discloser statement?
Mark spends 6 chapters out of 16 on the last week of Jesus’ life.
“ The Son of man did not come to be served but to serve and to give his life as a ransom for many” (10:45). Lutron , as a price paid for release fr. slavery or captivity ransom; fig. of the cost to Christ in providing deliverance fr. sin price of release, ransom, means of setting free.
Jesus’ death was not an accident; it was the planned and ordained will of God.