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The Gospel According to Mark, Volume 1

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ID: 14101 • November 13, 2012

Mark’s Gospel, the first to be written, emphasizes the certainty that Jesus is the Christ, the Son of God, and the fulfillment of God’s purpose. In the pages of Mark’s account, we come to know Him as the Messiah, the Suffering Servant, the Son of God, the Risen Christ, and the Returning King. With nearly a third of the narrative dedicated to the passion and the resurrection of Jesus, the Gospel of Mark aims to persuade all who read to believe.

The first two chapters of Mark reveal Jesus as He interacted with those around Him, including His enemy, the devil. We are reminded that Christ’s arrival onto the stage of human history was a redemptive event that was ordained by God. As Alistair Begg takes us through this section of Scripture, we discover that Jesus deals with a common theme – sin. Whether we are indifferent towards sin or think that our goodness neutralizes our sin, every person must realize that we are lost apart from the forgiveness available in Christ.

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The Beginning of the Gospel

Mark 1:1-8 Sermon 39:59 ID: 2665

A Man with a Message

Mark 1:1-8 Sermon 42:18 ID: 2667

Jesus: Baptized, Tempted

Mark 1:9-13 Sermon 37:54 ID: 2669

Jesus: His Message and His Mission

Mark 1:14-20 Sermon 44:45 ID: 2671

A Day in the Life of Jesus — Part One

Mark 1:21-39 Sermon 42:51 ID: 2677

A Day in the Life of Jesus — Part Two

Mark 1:21-39 Sermon 32:32 ID: 2678

Restored and Forgiven

Mark 1:40-2:12 Sermon 36:12 ID: 2679

Grace and Forgiveness

Mark 2:13-14 Sermon 41:40 ID: 2680

Supper with the Savior

Mark 2:15-17 Sermon 32:40 ID: 2681

Christ the Controversialist

Mark 2:18-22 Sermon 42:37 ID: 2684

Sabbath Controversy

Mark 2:23-3:6 Sermon 35:51 ID: 2685