The Gospel According to Mark
Text: Mark 15:1-20 Main Point: Jesus silently endured the greatest act of injustice in the history of the world so that he might suffer and die in our place.
Text: Mark 14:53-73 Main Idea: Jesus is the faithful Son who obeys even in the face of suffering.
Text: Mark 14:32–52 Main Idea: Jesus overcame his greatest temptation through fervent prayer so that we might do the same.
Text: Mark 14:12–31 Main Idea: God sovereignly ordained that his New Covenant promises would be established through the betrayal and execution of his beloved Son, Jesus Christ.
Text: Mark 14:1–11 Main Idea: If greater knowledge about Jesus does not cause you to embrace him as your greatest hope and treasure, you will eventually trade him for another.
Text: Mark 13:14-27 Main Idea: Perseverance is fueled by steadfast hope in the second coming, not fervent sign-watching.
Text: Mark 13:1-13 Main Idea: Christian discipleship is a call to persevering gospel-centered faithfulness, not a fascination with end-times speculation.
Text: Mark 12:38–44 Main Idea: True devotion is a matter of humble faith not overt acts of ostentatious piety.
Text: Mark 12:35–37 Main Idea: The Messiah’s surprising identity entails life-changing implications.
Text: Mark 12:28–34 Main Idea: The Greatest Commandment exposes our failure and desperate need for a Savior.