The Humanity and Divinity of Christ (Mark 4:35-41)

Sunday Worship (20 January 2019) Today’s passage draws out the doctrine of Christ’s humanity & divinity, being fully man and fully God, who alone can become the mediator between God and man. Be encouraged and comforted by the truth that God does care about you and you can fully trust God in all situations, even the midst of theContinue reading “The Humanity and Divinity of Christ (Mark 4:35-41)”

The Certainty of Christ’s Kingdom (Mark 4:26-34)

Sunday Worship (13 January 2019) We resume our study in the book of Mark this week continuing with the Lord Jesus using parables to hide truth from unbelievers and reveal truth to believers. The Lord Jesus uses 2 more parables to reveal to His disciples the expectation of rejection but also the certainty of God’s Kingdom. Be encouraged todayContinue reading “The Certainty of Christ’s Kingdom (Mark 4:26-34)”

Applying the Parable of the Soils (Mark 4:1-25)

Sunday Worship (23 December 2018) The implications of the parable of the soils holds just as much urgency to the first hearers as to every hearer today in every context. It speaks of God’s sovereign grace to cause good soil to bear abundant fruit, it exhorts us to expect and be ready for hard sinful hearts to reject theContinue reading “Applying the Parable of the Soils (Mark 4:1-25)”

Jesus Explains the Good Soil (Mark 4:13-20)

Sunday Worship (9 December 2018) Last week we learned how Jesus defined the first 3 types of unfruitful hearers, today we hear Him define the good soil – the obedient hearer. What are the characteristics of good soil hearers? How should we preach the Good News in light of these truths? Find out in the expositionContinue reading “Jesus Explains the Good Soil (Mark 4:13-20)”

Jesus Commands us to Listen (Mark 4:13-20)

Sunday Worship (2 December 2018) After starting to teach in parables, Jesus explains the meaning of the parable to His disciples in private that how we listen has great significance. What kind of listeners are those in whom God’s Word bear fruit? Find out in the exposition of Mark 4:13-20: