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Contributed on Oct 11, 2018
Imagine the shock of the disciples when Jesus declared that one of them would betray Him into the hands of sinful men. With that, they began to question - Lord, is it I? Could I possibly do such a thing? We often boast of our faith, but I fear we are unaware of what the flesh is capable of.
The Last Supper (Part 2) Mark 14: 12-26 In our last study we began to look at this beautiful passage dealing with the Last Supper in the Upper Room. Jesus had met with His disciples as they prepared to eat the Passover meal. This was a feast the Jews had celebrated for centuries as they ...read more
Contributed on Oct 4, 2018
As the disciples prepared for the Passover meal, they had no idea what was soon to happen. The Lamb of God had come to redeem humanity, and most of the Jewish people were completely unaware.
The Last Supper (Part 1) Mark 14: 12-26 Our text today reveals one of the most intimate moments our Lord had with His disciples. It records their last meal together, and the intense emotion experienced on that faithful evening. While the disciples were unaware of the enormity of this moment, Jesus ...read more
Contributed on Sep 30, 2018
The Lord provides our salvation, but that does not absolve us from any responsibility. We are responsible for our growth and maturity, striving for Christ-likeness in this life.
The Growth of the Saints 2 Peter 1: 5-8 Following his introduction and reminder of the glorious benefit of salvation, Peter immediately extended a challenge to the believers who would read this letter. While salvation is an act of God’s marvelous grace offered to those who are underserving, ...read more
Contributed on Sep 23, 2018
Promises are only as good as the ability of the one making the promise. Often promises are made, and yet the individual is unable to keep the promise. Such is never the case with the Lord. What He has promised, He will provide!
The Grace afforded the Saints 2 Peter 1: 3-4 It is interesting to note, Peter penned this letter near the end of his life, V.14. No doubt he was mindful of what he faced, knowing the tactics of the Romans and their accepted practices of execution. However, like his contemporary Paul, Peter faced ...read more
Contributed on Sep 19, 2018
A Jesus entered the home of Simon the Leper, many were there. Some out of curiosity; some came to see the spectacle; one, in particular, came to worship.
An Eventful Night in Bethany Mark 14: 1-11 Today we begin a journey through a very eventful and emotional chapter in Mark’s gospel. The events recorded cover a span of just over twenty-four hours. At the conclusion of the chapter, we will find Jesus accused and condemned of the Sanhedrin in the ...read more