Jesus Warns of the Eternal Sin (Mark 3:22-30)

On this second preaching tour, different crowds have came looking for Jesus – the desperate self seeking crowd, anxious family members, and vicious enemies . In today’s passage, the enemies return with more severe charges, claiming that Jesus does His miracles by the power of Satan. Jesus exposes their lies and warns of the eternal sin. Be encouraged as you listen to the exposition of Mark 3:22-30:

Jesus Relentlessly Focused on the Father’s Mission (Mark 3:20-21)

With the clock ticking & knowing His time to be crucified by the religious leaders is near, Jesus relentlessly focused on His Father’s mission of preaching the Gospel to perishing souls. He prioritized this even over food & family. Be encouraged by the life of our Lord Jesus through the exposition of God’s Word in Mark 3:20-21:

Jesus Chooses His Disciples (Mark 3:13-19)

Sunday Worship (23 September 2018)

Continuing from the previous passage where Jesus continues to be faithful to His Father’s mission despite plans to kill Him, Jesus chooses disciples who would continue His work after He dies, rises & ascends to Heaven. Reading through the list of the twelve disciples, we should immediately realize there is nothing great or extraordinary about the men Jesus chose. It is an encouraging testament that the great God chooses to work through those who are not great, like each one of us. Be encouraged as you listen to the exposition of Mark 3:13-19 :

Jesus Exposes the Hearts of the Legalistic Pharisees (Mark 3:1-6)

Sunday Worship (2 September 2018)

After confronting the tyrants of the Sabbath, Jesus is relentless yet gracious to come expose the heart of the legalistic Pharisees so that they may see the truth, repent and believe in Him. While there may not be any groups identifying as Pharisees today, the beliefs of the Pharisees continue to exist in different shape & form. What are the characteristic of a heart hardened by legalism? And what is the hope offered by Jesus for those enslaved to legalism? Find out in the exposition of Mark 3:1-6:

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