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Mark 7 - AMP

2 For they had seen that some of His disciples ate with William Tyndale, The Tyndale Bible.common hands, that is, unwashed -- 3 For the Pharisees and all of the Jews do not eat unless they wash their hands with clenched fist, adhering to the tradition of their forefathers . 4 And from the marketplace, they do not eat unless they purify themselves; and there are many other traditions , the washing of cups and wooden pitchers and widemouthed jugs and utensils of copper and James Moulton and George Milligan, The Vocabulary and Robert Young, Analytical Concordance agree with most lexicons in reading ``beds" here. Some manuscripts end verse after ``utensils of copper."beds-- 5 And the Pharisees and scribes kept asking , Why do Your disciples not order their way of living according to the tradition handed down by the forefathers , but eat with hands unwashed and ceremonially not purified? 6 But He said to them, Excellently and truly did Isaiah prophesy of you, the pretenders and hypocrites, as it stands written: These people honor Me with their lips, but their hearts hold off and are far distant from Me. 7 In vain (fruitlessly and without profit) do they worship Me, ordering and teaching as doctrines the commandments and precepts of men. 8 You disregard and give up and ask to depart from you the commandment of God and cling to the tradition of men . 9 And He said to them, You have a fine way of rejecting the commandment of God in order to keep your tradition (your own human regulations)! 10 For Moses said, Honor (revere with tenderness of feeling and deference) your father and your mother, and, He who curses or reviles or speaks evil of or abuses or treats improperly his father or mother, let him surely die. 11 But you say, A man is exempt if he tells father or mother, What you would otherwise have gained from me is Corban, that is, is a gift , 12 Then you no longer are permitting him to do anything for father or mother . 13 Thus you are nullifying and making void and of no effect the Word of God through your tradition, which you hand on. And many things of this kind you are doing. 14 And He called the people to again and said to them, Listen to Me, all of you, and understand . 15 There is not one thing outside a man which by going into him can pollute and defile him; but the things which come out of a man are what defile him and make him unhallowed and unclean. 16 Many manuscripts do not contain this verse.If any man has ears to hear, let him be listening . 17 And when He had left the crowd and had gone into the house, His disciples began asking Him about the parable. 18 And He said to them, Then are you also unintelligent and dull and without understanding? Do you not discern and see that whatever goes into a man from the outside cannot make him unhallowed or unclean, 19 Since it does not reach and enter his heart but digestive tract, and so passes on ? Thus He was making and declaring all foods clean . 20 And He said, What comes out of a man is what makes a man unclean and renders unhallowed. 21 For from within, out of the hearts of men, come base and wicked thoughts, sexual immorality, stealing, murder, adultery, 22 Coveting (a greedy desire to have more wealth), dangerous and destructive wickedness, deceit; Alexander Souter, Pocket Lexicon of the Greek New Testament.unrestrained (indecent) conduct; an evil eye (envy), slander (evil speaking, malicious misrepresentation, abusiveness), pride (Marvin Vincent, Word Studies.the sin of an uplifted heart against God and man), foolishness (folly, lack of sense, recklessness, thoughtlessness). 23 All these evil come from within, and they make the man unclean and render him unhallowed. 24 And Jesus arose and went away from there to the region of Tyre and Sidon. And He went into a house and did not want anyone to know ; but it was not possible for Him to be hidden . 25 Instead, at once, a woman whose little daughter had (was under the control of) an unclean spirit heard about Him and came and flung herself down at His feet. 26 Now the woman was a Greek (Gentile), a Syrophoenician by nationality. And she kept begging Him to drive the demon out of her little daughter. 27 And He said to her, First let the children be fed, for it is not becoming or proper or right to take the children's bread and throw it to the dogs. 28 But she answered Him, Yes, Lord, yet even the small pups under the table eat the little children's scraps of food. 29 And He said to her, Because of this saying, you may go your way; the demon has gone out of your daughter . 30 And she went home and found the child thrown on the couch, and the demon departed. 31 Soon after this, Jesus, coming back from the region of Tyre, passed through Sidon on to the Sea of Galilee, through the region of Decapolis . 32 And they brought to Him a man who was deaf and had difficulty in speaking, and they begged Jesus to place His hand upon him. 33 And taking him aside from the crowd , He thrust His fingers into the man's ears and spat and touched his tongue; 34 And looking up to heaven, He sighed as He said, Ephphatha, which means, Be opened! 35 And his ears were opened, his tongue was loosed, and he began to speak distinctly and as he should. 36 And Jesus admonished and ordered them sternly and expressly to tell no one; but the more He commanded them, the more zealously they proclaimed it. 37 And they were overwhelmingly astonished, saying, He has done everything excellently (commendably and nobly)! He even makes the deaf to hear and the dumb to speak!



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W Pat Cunningham avatar
Less Respect Than a Dog Gets
Shared by: W Pat Cunningham on Feb, 2017
Summary: The abortion supporter treats the unborn child with less respect than they would demand for a puppy.
Scripture: Mark 7:24-30
Denomination: Catholic
Views: 6
James Lee avatar
GO HOME
Shared by: James Lee on Dec, 2016
Summary: Today, our world is facing a terrible disaster and too many Christians are running in the wrong direction. I believe that it is time to become "spiritual first res-ponders" and start running toward the disaster. Thanks to Pastor Ben Gutierre
Scripture: Mark 7:4
Denomination: Baptist
Views: 16
Gordon McCulloch avatar
When the law was being quoting at Jesus, how did this type of bullying?
Shared by: Gordon McCulloch on Nov, 2016
Summary: Keeping tradition is a good thing, but not always. Some use it to put others down, or raise themselves up, either way it is bullying. How do we handle this? How did Jesus handle this?
Scripture: Mark 7:1-23
Denomination: Episcopal
Views: 12
Wayne Barnes avatar
Our traditions make the gospel of no effect
Shared by: Wayne Barnes on Nov, 2016
Summary: Condemnation through traditions of men stifles the true gospel and destroys the Christian Life
Ramil Olalia avatar
The Messages Every Christians Should Preach
Shared by: Ramil Olalia on Oct, 2016
Summary: Somebody said, "The life of the preaching is the preacher's life." I believed that the greatest messages is not the messages written by ink but the messages we make through our life, especially our new life in Christ. People around you read your life!
based on 1 rating
Scripture: Mark 7:31-37
Denomination: Baptist
Views: 348
John Gaston avatar
“BE OPENED”
Shared by: John Gaston on Sep, 2016
Summary: If you want a message that’s got humor, a good message, and it will “preach,” this one’s for you. It’s an unusual healing by Jesus.
Scripture: Mark 7:31-37
Denomination: Assembly Of God
Views: 2,168
Brian Bill avatar
Open Ears and Unleashed Tongues
Shared by: Brian Bill on Aug, 2016
Summary: Jesus goes to an out of the way place in order to reach someone who felt out of place because He has a special place in His heart for those who have special needs!
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Scripture: Mark 7:31-37
Denomination: Baptist
Views: 1,398
Brian Bill avatar
Where Bad Things Come From
Shared by: Brian Bill on Aug, 2016
Summary: The heart of the problem is the problem of the heart.
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Scripture: Mark 7:14-23
Denomination: Baptist
Views: 2,285
Brian Bill avatar
Holiness Without Hypocrisy
Shared by: Brian Bill on Jul, 2016
Summary: Legalistic list makers focus on having clean hands; the Lord gives us clean hearts.
Scripture: Mark 7:1-13
Denomination: Baptist
Views: 1,689
Dan Proctor avatar
How to Be a Builder
Shared by: Dan Proctor on Jul, 2016
Summary: God’s desire is for us to be builders of people (our family, fellow church members, co-workers, spouse, and kids). How can we do this? Let’s look at the negative example of the Pharisees and turn it into some positive principles.
Series: The Gospels
Scripture: Mark 7:1-23
Denomination: Bible Church
Views: 1,058
Rick Crandall avatar
When the Lord Makes You Wonder
Shared by: Rick Crandall on Apr, 2016
Summary: Sometimes the Lord is going to make us wonder, so... 1. Expect some mysteries. 2. Expect some miracles. 3. Exalt our Master.
Scripture: Mark 7:24-37
Denomination: Baptist
Views: 532
Dr. Ronald Shultz avatar
Tradition
Shared by: Dr. Ronald Shultz on Mar, 2016
Summary: Traditions of men die hard, but they should die.
David DiYanni avatar
Powerful Short Prayers Part 3
Shared by: David DiYanni on Nov, 2015
Summary: This is a sermon on the power of short prayers.
Scripture: Mark 7:24-30
Denomination: Vineyard
Views: 965
David Roth avatar
Be Opened
Shared by: David Roth on Sep, 2015
Summary: Proper 18 B. Christ's eternal Word brings triumph over all manifestations of evil.
Scripture: Mark 7:31-37
Denomination: Lutheran
Views: 507
Monty Newton avatar
Jesus and the Persistent Pagan
Shared by: Monty Newton on Sep, 2015
Summary: Jesus isn't fussy about who we are when we earnestly bring our hope to him.
Craig Condon avatar
When You’re With Jesus, Expect Surprises
Shared by: Craig Condon on Sep, 2015
Summary: Have you ever noticed that Jesus often does things that we don’t expect him to do? Take the stories we read in Mark 7:24-37, for example. He does two things that we don’t expect him to do.
Fr Mund Cargill Thompson avatar
Paddington goes to Syria
Shared by: Fr Mund Cargill Thompson on Sep, 2015
Summary: A sermon about healings and answered prayers and refugees and treating people equally and Paddington Bear and .... and ... well, and really not being able to stop talking because it is such good news
Randy Stephenson avatar
Why do people like to put God in a box?
Shared by: Randy Stephenson on Sep, 2015
Summary: From the casting out of a demon to the healing of a deaf and mute man, God's ways are better than human ways. God sent his Son to meet with our souls with a One on One plan for redemption and salvation.
Gerald Roberts avatar
"WE can Look Up"
Shared by: Gerald Roberts on Sep, 2015
Summary: WE can look up because Jesus comes to our place, we can bring stuff to him, he pulls us to a side, and he opens things in our lives.
Scripture: Mark 7:31-37
Denomination: United Methodist
Views: 1,023
Monty Newton avatar
The Intentions of the Heart
Shared by: Monty Newton on Aug, 2015
Summary: Within, is the place where change needs to begin... where good intentions are reflected by godly actions.
Randy Stephenson avatar
Yeshua changed the focus from regulations to relationships
Shared by: Randy Stephenson on Aug, 2015
Summary: The purpose of a tzitzit for a Jew is to remind of a relationship offer by God. The purpose of keeping a journal for a Christian is to remind a Christian of a relationship offer by God.
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Scripture: Mark 7:1-23
Denomination: United Methodist
Views: 610
Andrew Moffatt avatar
Be a messenger and giver of hope!
Shared by: Andrew Moffatt on Aug, 2015
Summary: Mark sets the scene of Jesus in a strange place, in a strange situation with a couple of strange outcomes. The result is that Jesus shows he is open to all people.
Series: OWSOMS 2015
Craig Condon avatar
The Old and the New
Shared by: Craig Condon on Jul, 2015
Summary: Those who would serve the interests of God can do so by giving expression to joy in their lives. Those who feel God’s love have much to offer the hurting and disconnected in our world.
Scripture: Mark 7:1-23
Denomination: Anglican
Views: 595
Chris Appleby avatar
the Secret to Purity
Shared by: Chris Appleby on Feb, 2015
Summary: We need to filter out those things that will affect our thinking and then we need to make sure we test our thoughts and motives against the highest demands of the Kingdom, that is, inner purity and godly love.
Chris Appleby avatar
The Faith of Foreigners
Shared by: Chris Appleby on Feb, 2015
Summary: The woman was rebuffed by Jesus, yet responded with a deep faith in God's love for all people independent of gender or race. The people of the Decapolis were presented with an overwhelming demonstration of Jesus' Messianic power yet without believing.
W Pat Cunningham avatar
Secularism and the Fight for the Family
Shared by: W Pat Cunningham on Feb, 2015
Summary: The information-driven society is one that tries to secularize and pervert the human family into something it can never become.
Anoop Samuel avatar
He has done everything well
Shared by: Anoop Samuel on Jan, 2015
Summary: Human beings are usually evaluated on the work that they have performed. Performance evaluation is the staple of modern workplace. In Mark 7:37 we read “He has done everything well”, they said. What has Jesus done well? Let us find out.
based on 4 ratings
Scripture: Mark 7:37
Denomination: Pentecostal
Views: 1,995
James Lee avatar
Sweep Around Your Own Front Door
Shared by: James Lee on Nov, 2014
Summary: Sometimes I feel more like a volunteer fire fighter than a pastor. We spend much of our time outing unnecessary fires created by gossip. Thank You Robert Mckenzie from "Good Shepherd Baptist Church" for the original messsag
Scripture: Mark 7:1-5
Denomination: Baptist
Views: 1,669
Martin Ellgar avatar
God At The Market Place
Shared by: Martin Ellgar on Nov, 2014
Summary: A perspective on Mark 7: 1-23. When a trivial matter becomes a big issue more than likely we are following the ‘traditions of men’. Our focus therefore is on the wrong thing because we have forgotten God and do not have God’s love in our hearts.
Scripture: Mark 7:1-23
Denomination: Lutheran
Views: 486
Jim Moore avatar
Jesus Said, "Be Opened"
Shared by: Jim Moore on Sep, 2014
Summary: Jesus' words are able to penetrate the most severe deafness and warm the coldest heart. When Jesus touches us with His saving grace we must tell others. Here in Mark 7 some caring people bring a deaf-mute to Jesus. Who are you bringing to Jesus?