Last Sunday we resumed our evening fellowship, (and morning tea). In the morning, Mark’s Gospel takes the time to give us an intimate insight into Jesus at prayer. Given Mark’s economy of content, this inclusion is more than an interlude; more than a practical guide to the circumstance, frequency, and content of prayer; it bridges …

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Jesus praying was not unusual. This time, however we are given a detailed account of one night of prayer. Why do we need to know both the content of Jesus’ prayer, and the earnestness with which he prayed? So we can understand that everything that happens from this point on is the answer to prayer. …

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Thanks to everyone who is providing feedback to support us in making these videos as helpful as possible. When Mark’s Gospel was written Jesus’ institution of the Lord’s Supper was part of the church’s life. In customary fashion Mark provides a concise account, and rather than adorning what was already being done with lots of …

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