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    A despertate dad ... a desperate woman   mark 5 -21-43 - april 7, 2013 (1) A despertate dad ... a desperate woman mark 5 -21-43 - april 7, 2013 (1) Presentation Transcript

    • The Essential Jesus asRevealed in the Gospel of Mark April 7, 2013
    • The naming of Dr. Bill Katip to replace retiring president, Dr. Ron Manahan
    • The Essential Jesus asRevealed in the Gospel of Mark April 7, 2013
    • Sharpening Our Focus on Christ!Five passages each week to help us “fix our eyes upon Jesus!”
    • The Essential Jesus asRevealed in the Gospel of Mark April 7, 2013
    • Mark 4:35 thru end of chp. 54:35-41 – Jesus’ sovereignty over the natural realm (wind and sea)5:1-20 – Jesus’ sovereignty over the supernatural realm (demons)5:21-43 – Jesus’ sovereignty over disease and death
    • A story within a story . . .The primary story involves a desperate father and his dying daughter (vv. 21-24a; 35-43)The second story involves a despairing woman and her incurable disease (vv. 24b-34)
    • A story within a story . . .Mark 5:21And when Jesus had crossed again in theboat to the other side, a great crowdgathered about him, and he was besidethe sea.
    • The story’s setting . . .
    • A story within a story . . .Mark 5:21And when Jesus had crossed again in theboat to the other side, a great crowdgathered about him, and he was besidethe sea.
    • A desperate father and his dying daughterMark 5:22-24aThen came one of the rulers of thesynagogue, Jairus by name, and seeinghim, he fell at his feet and implored himearnestly, saying, “My little daughter is atthe point of death. Come and lay yourhands on her, so that she may be madewell and live.” And he went with him.
    • A desperate father and his dying daughter Jairus was . . .- very religious - highly respected - filled with intense anxiety - moved by genuine faith
    • A desperate father and his dying daughterMark 5:22-24aThen came one of the rulers of thesynagogue, Jairus by name, and seeinghim, he fell at his feet and implored himearnestly, saying, “My little daughter is atthe point of death. Come and lay yourhands on her, so that she may be madewell and live.” And he went with him.
    • A despairing woman and her incurable diseaseMark 5:24b-26And a great crowd followed himand thronged about him. And there was awoman who had had a discharge ofblood for twelve years, and who hadsuffered much under many physicians,and had spent all that she had, and wasno better but rather grew worse.
    • A despairing woman and her incurable diseaseMark 5:27-28She had heard the reports about Jesusand came up behind him in the crowdand touched his garment. For she said, “IfI touch even his garments, I will be madewell.”
    • A despairing woman and her incurable diseaseThis despairing woman was . . .- chronically ill vv. 25-26a -- And there was a woman who had had a discharge of blood for twelve years, and who had sufferedmuch under many physicians . . . and was no better but rather grew worse.
    • A despairing woman and her incurable diseaseThis despairing woman was . . .- chronically ill- ritually unclean
    • A despairing woman and her incurable diseaseLeviticus 15:25If a woman has a discharge of blood formany days, not at the time of hermenstrual impurity, or if she has adischarge beyond the time of her impurity,all the days of the discharge she shallcontinue in uncleanness. As in the days ofher impurity, she shall be unclean.
    • A despairing woman and her incurable diseaseLeviticus 15:26-27aEvery bed on which she lies, all the daysof her discharge, shall be to her as thebed of her impurity. And everything onwhich she sits shall be unclean, as in theuncleanness of her menstrualimpurity. And whoever touches thesethings shall be unclean. . .
    • A despairing woman and her incurable diseaseThis despairing woman was . . .- chronically ill- ritually unclean v. 26 – (she)- socially isolated had spent all that she had...- totally destitute
    • A despairing woman and her incurable diseaseMark 5:29And immediately the flow of blood driedup, and she felt in her body that she washealed of her disease.
    • A despairing woman and her incurable diseaseMark 5:30-32And Jesus, perceiving in himself that powerhad gone out from him, immediatelyturned about in the crowd and said, “Whotouched my garments?” And his disciplessaid to him, “You see the crowd pressingaround you, and yet you say, ‘Who touchedme?’” And he looked around to see whohad done it.
    • A despairing woman and her incurable disease Mark 5:33-34But the woman, knowing what hadhappened to her, came in fear andtrembling and fell down before him andtold him the whole truth. And he said toher, “Daughter, your faith has madeyou well; go in peace, and be healed ofyour disease.”
    • A desperate father and a dying daughterMark 5:35While he was still speaking, there camefrom the rulers house some who said,“Your daughter is dead. Why trouble theTeacher any further?”
    • A desperate father and his dying daughterMark 5:36-37But overhearing what they said, Jesussaid to the ruler of the synagogue, “Donot fear, only believe.” And he allowedno one to follow him except Peter andJames and John the brother of James.
    • A desperate father and his dying daughterMark 5:38They came to the house of the ruler ofthe synagogue, and Jesus saw acommotion, people weeping and wailingloudly.
    • A desperate father and his dying daughterMark 5:39-40And when he had entered, he said tothem, “Why are you making a commotionand weeping? The child is not dead butsleeping.” And they laughed at him. Buthe put them all outside and took the childsfather and mother and those who werewith him and went in where the child was.
    • A desperate father and his dying daughterMark 5:41-42Taking her by the hand he said toher, “Talitha cumi,” which means, “Littlegirl, I say to you, arise.” And immediatelythe girl got up and began walking (for shewas twelve years of age), and they wereimmediately overcome with amazement.
    • A desperate father and his dying daughterMark 5:43And he strictly charged them that no oneshould know this, and told them to giveher something to eat.
    • Today’s Takeaways . . .1. There’s no such thing as “hopeless”when Jesus is in the picture!
    • Today’s Takeaways . . .This chapter (Mark 5) when taken as awhole presents Jesus as the Hope of the hopeless! - the demoniac – hopelessly wild - the woman – hopelessly ill - the girl – hopelessly lost
    • Today’s Takeaways . . .1. There’s no such thing as “hopeless”when Jesus is in the picture!
    • Today’s Takeaways . . .2. What we view as “interruptions”are often divine appointments! So bewilling and be alert to how God mightwant to be using you to touchsomeone’s life!
    • Today’s Takeaways . . .Mark 5:31And his disciples said to him, “You seethe crowd pressing around you, andyet you say, ‘Who touched me?”
    • Today’s Takeaways . . .2. What we view as “interruptions”are often divine appointments! So bewilling and be alert to how God mightwant to be using you to touchsomeone’s life!