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  • Sea: one of the town of this group was Capernaum. Religious: the people of this area were not that influenced by the oppression of Rome or the negative influence of the religious leaders of Jerusalem
  • Disciples: recall from last week’s lesson that Jesus calls many of His disciples from this area. See 1:16-20
  • Disciples: recall from last week’s lesson that Jesus calls many of His disciples from this area. See 1:16-20
  • Teaching: Jesus characterized as one teaching with authority and not just a rote repetition of Judaic doctrine. He brought new meaning to the already existing OT scriptures. Authority: Jesus backs up his teaching by a demonstration of his divine power in healing the man with the evil spirit. What would you have done with an unruly member of the congregation? Jesus tells the demon to be quiet as He didn’t want to receive any testimony (albeit true) from the demonic forces.
  • Service: the woman begins to serve Jesus in response to what He has done for her. Ought we to do the same? Why is the idea of service so hard for some people to grasp?
  • Respond: folks starting bringing all of the sick and demon possessed folks to Jesus. The entire town (v. 33) showed up at Peter’s door. What kind of events today draw that kind of crowd/attention?
  • Respond: folks starting bringing all of the sick and demon possessed folks to Jesus. The entire town (v. 33) showed up at Peter’s door. What kind of events today draw that kind of crowd/attention? v. 36 – the demands upon Jesus time were already increasing and His public ministry has just barely gotten started. By showing us the example of prayer in an interruptable time of the day, Jesus lets us know that it doesn’t matter how much ministry you do, you need to make time with God a priority even over the good things like healing and preaching. Others might not understand that priority (as the disciples did not by their frustration in not being able to find Jesus quickly) but it will pay off when you stand to minister.
  • Compassion: Jesus felt something inwardly that motivated Him to action. Leprosy was not a very pretty disease and those that had it were not welcomed in “polite” society (see Lev 13: 45-52) as they were considered spiritually unclean. Jesus not only feels something for the man but also touches him. That’s very significant as this man would not have been touched by anyone for quite some time. Complete: Jesus completely heals the man of his disease. He is healed to the point where he could return to society once he got the “blessing” from the chief priests (see Lev 14:1-32 for the restoration process). Quiet: (1) Jesus wasn’t seeking the spotlight which is what false teachers did (recall Matt 5 about long prayers and Matt 4’s temptation to win the world by doing something flashy); (2) Jesus did not want converts based on spectacle as they are like the seed sown on shallow soil; (3) Jesus didn’t want to call too much attention to Himself as the enemies of the day would be out to get Him and there was much work yet to be done.
  • Hinderers: these were the throngs that prevented the men from getting the sick brother in front of Jesus in the conventional way. Are we in the way of someone trying to get to Jesus? If our walk doesn’t make our talk, we are hinderers. Another set in this group are those who question Jesus motives/authority to forgive sins. Helpers: The four men who carried the sick man around town until they found where Jesus was.
  • Helpless: like this man, we all were sinners who were helpless to change our situation. There are many around us today just like this man. Sick (soul-wise) and in need of a Word from Jesus.
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    • 1. The Gospel Of St Mark – Part 1
      Life Enrichment University
      St Mark Missionary Baptist Church
      Session 03
      Ps Darryl M. Matthews, Instructor
    • 2. The Ministry OfJesus Begins
      The Gospel of
      St Mark – Part 1
    • 3. The Ministry Of Jesus Begins
      Significant Events We’ll Examine:
      Jesus’ initial teaching
      Jesus in the Synagogue
      Peter’s Mother-in-Law Healed
      Gospel of St Mark Pt 1 – Lesson 03
    • 4. The Ministry Of Jesus Begins
      Significant Events We’ll Examine:
      The Beginning of Crowds
      Jesus in the Open Country
      Four Friends
      Gospel of St Mark Pt 1 – Lesson 03
    • 5. The Ministry Of Jesus Begins
      Jesus In Galilee
      Sea of Galilee had some nine towns around its shores.
      Religious region not that influenced by Jerusalem
      Gospel of St Mark Pt 1 – Lesson 03
    • 6. The Ministry Of Jesus Begins
      Jesus In Galilee – Why Galilee?
      Highway system
      Place of Jesus childhood
      Disciples from this area
      Gospel of St Mark Pt 1 – Lesson 03
    • 7. The Ministry Of Jesus Begins
      Jesus In Galilee – Why Galilee?
      Highway system
      Place of Jesus childhood
      Disciples from this area
      Gospel of St Mark Pt 1 – Lesson 03
    • 8. The Ministry Of Jesus Begins
      Jesus In The Synagogue (1:22-28)
      Jesus’ teaching style differed from the synagogue leaders
      Authority of Jesus demonstrated in the healing.
      Gospel of St Mark Pt 1 – Lesson 03
    • 9. The Ministry Of Jesus Begins
      Peter’s Mother-in-Law Healed (1:29-31)
      Disciples report this illness immediately
      How does Jesus heal this sick woman?
      What was her response upon being healed?
      Gospel of St Mark Pt 1 – Lesson 03
    • 10. The Ministry Of Jesus Begins
      The Beginning Of The Crowds (1:32-34)
      Word of Jesus’ miraculous power spread (v. 28)
      How did the surrounding area respond?
      Why do you suppose Jesus silenced the demons?
      Gospel of St Mark Pt 1 – Lesson 03
    • 11. The Ministry Of Jesus Begins
      Jesus In Open Country (1:35-45)
      Prayer is regular component of Jesus life and ministry
      Why do you think Jesus prayed so early?
      Jesus continues preaching in Galilee
      Gospel of St Mark Pt 1 – Lesson 03
    • 12. The Ministry Of Jesus Begins
      Jesus In Open Country (1:35-45)
      Healing of the Leper
      We see the compassion of Jesus
      We see the complete healing power of Jesus
      Why is the leper asked to keep quiet?
      Gospel of St Mark Pt 1 – Lesson 03
    • 13. The Ministry Of Jesus Begins
      Four True Friends (2:1-12)
      Two Groups:
      Hinderers
      Helpers
      Gospel of St Mark Pt 1 – Lesson 03
    • 14. The Ministry Of Jesus Begins
      Four True Friends (2:1-12)
      Two Individuals:
      Helpless
      Healer
      Gospel of St Mark Pt 1 – Lesson 03
    • 15. Next Week – Lesson 04
      Jesus’ Ministry IsDifferent(Mark 2:13-3:6)