Unexpected Savior: Mark 1

The Gospel of Mark challenges the expected ideal of the Messiah—not a conquering king or a wish-granting genie, but rather a man of sorrows and a suffering servant. This short yet impactful account of Jesus’ life reveals the character of the One who came to save us.  Jesus was not what they were expecting; He was better. 

In this session, Erin Warren teaches through Mark 1. Mark begins his gospel proclaiming that this is the good news of Jesus Christ. While on the surface it appears to be a quick overview of the beginning of Jesus’s ministry, Mark’s structure helps us see a pattern of proclaiming a truth then proving it with an example. Here, Mark begins with a creation parallel, an example of what it looks like “to turn to” Jesus, and a profound picture of what Jesus came to do.

For more information on this study, go to www.feastingontruth.com/mark.



Links Mentioned in this Episode:

Even Better Than Eden by Nancy Guthrie

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