This week we looked at the political trail of Jesus under Pilate from Mark 15:1-15 accompanied by Isaiah 53:4-12.
This week we looked at Peter's Denial in Mark 14.
This week we looked at Mark 14:43-65, the arrest and trial of Jesus, focusing on two main points:
1. Chaos and yet the scriptures will be fulfilled
2. Corruption and yet Jesus says 'I am the Christ and you will see me’
What a relevant message within the chaos and corruption of our world.
This week we looked at Mark 13:1-23, which is all about equipping the church for the future.
Mark 13:1-23 Outline
It’s all about the future now…
1. Jesus is the one we all need
v14… Daniel 9, 11, 12 AD 70
2. Priorities we all need in Jesus
This week we looked at Mark 12:28-34, which is all about what God seeks and how we can find what God seeks.
Mark 12:28-34 Outline
1. What does God seek?
What do you think what God wants?
What does this passage tell us he wants with us?
2. Where do we find what God seeks?
Can you see how people can be near to the Kingdom of God?
Are you clear how you can enter the Kingdom?
Can you have a go at telling someone how to enter the Kingdom of God?
1:15, ‘The time has come,’ he said. ‘The Kingdom of God is near. Repent and believe
the good news!’
This was a continuation of our Mission Partners fortnight, during which we will have news from our mission partners and an opportunity to support their work. Below is a letter detailing how you can support them.
This week we heard from Rupert on Mark 11:27-33, which highlights the authority of Jesus. We also heard Alison's playing accompanied by Rebecca singing. (This service was carried out according to Government guidelines).
This week we heard from Rupert on Mark 11:12-26, which looks at the importance of having faith in God.
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