Unexpected Savior: Mark 5

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 podcast, Erin Warren teaches through Mark 5. Building on the themes of Mark 4, this chapter clearly points to the truth that Jesus came to make us clean and raise us to new life. Through three stories, we see Mark use irony to show how Jesus is not made unclean by contact with the unclean. In fact, the opposite happens. With another Markan Sandwich, Mark proves that not only are the words of Jesus powerful, He is omnipotent too. 



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