Unexpected Savior: Mark 3

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 3. Mark continues to show Jesus’ authority as He restores the crippled hand of a man on the Sabbath day. The crowds continue to press in. Jesus calls twelve men to be His apostles on a mountaintop, and we have our first Markan sandwich! This structure reiterates why Jesus came: to bind Satan and rescue the captives, restoring all who believe to a right relationship with their Father in the family of God.

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



Links Mentioned in this Episode:

Article on Koinonia: https://www.christianity.com/wiki/christian-terms/what-does-koinonia-mean-in-the-bible.html

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