Tag Archives: Mark’s gospel

When Jesus saw their faith. The healing of the paralytic, a physical expression of true faith.

In Mark’s gospel, physical healings and miracles, done by Jesus, parallel a spiritual reality in his followers.  For example, Jesus healed the blind man at Bethsaida (Mark 8) who could only partially see to begin with, and this parallels Peter’s … Continue reading

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Angry with God? Tim Keller on suffering.

Do you ever get angry at God for not stopping the suffering, the war, the famine, death and grief? Here’s a helpful application from the time Jesus calmed the storm, from Tim Keller’s book “King’s Cross.” If you have a … Continue reading

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Rico Tice – the identity, mission and call of Christ

Rico Tice’s seminar at Bible by the Beach focused on leading unbelievers into a full relationship with Christ, using Mark’s gospel. Rico took the identity, mission and call of Christ as essential truths, and highlighted a related truth; any Christian … Continue reading

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Bible by the Beach – Rico Tice on reaching unbelievers

In this 40 minute session, Rico flew over the philosophy under girding Christianity Explored, which is based on Mark’s gospel and the questions “Who is Jesus?”, “Why did Jesus come?” and “What does it mean to follow him?” BBTB Rico … Continue reading

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