- A Perfectly Prepared Meal
- A Brutal Betrayal
- A Meal of Give and Take
This week, Simon Oatridge took us through Mark 14:12-26, the Last Supper, looking at a perfectly prepared meal, a brutal betrayal and a meal of give and take.
Mark 14:12-26 Outline
Mark 13:24 - 37 Outline
- looking back to 2020
- looking ahead to 2021
Jesus’ lesson in how to have hope in 2021
1. Look back and trust because Jesus’ words never fail v24-31
2. Look forward and stay alert because Jesus is coming back v32-37
Dear Church family,
This week is very special as we have Simon Oatridge preaching on Mark 4:35-41which is all about God’s people learning in a practical way how to put their faith in Jesus in the storms of life. As it is fathers day there will be an introduction of a new grandchild by John Hall. Rebecca will be reading from Psalm 107:23-32 and Leisa Sanders will also be leading us in prayers, but this will be coming out as a separate Youtube or will be shared on Zoom. Alison will end with the hymn, 'how great thou art.'
Mark 4:35-41 Outline
Intro: COVID19 and our fears
The storm and the Saviour – 3 questions:
Earlier in the day, before the calming of the storm, Jesus has been teaching about the kingdom of God that comes through his word v3, 9, 15-16, 18, 20, 23, 24, 33.
The disciples doubted God’s care for them with their question of fear: “Don’t you care if we drown?”
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