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The Presence of Divine Authority. Mark 2:1-12 p. 923. Introduction. First of the five controversies Focus of the sermon Jesus’ ministry demonstrates the presence of Divine authority. 1. The Controversy. Jesus’ Authority and Identity Questioned Jesus pronounces forgiveness of sin

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introduction
Introduction

First of the five controversies

Focus of the sermon

Jesus’ ministry demonstrates the presence of Divine authority

1 the controversy
1. The Controversy
  • Jesus’ Authority and Identity Questioned
  • Jesus pronounces forgiveness of sin
  • Criticized of blasphemy
2 jesus authority validated
2.Jesus’ Authority Validated
  • The argument

- forgiveness of sin is inverifiable

  • Healing is verifiable

b. Jewish thinking

-close relation of forgiveness and healing

(2 Chron. 7:14; Talmud reference of Ps. 103:3)

3 the title son of man
3. The title “Son of Man”
  • A title of self-designation used by Jesus
  • Used in three ways: In reference to…
  • His authoritative ministry (2:10; 2:28)
  • His suffering, death and resurrection (8:13; 9:9, 12; 10:33, 45; 14:21, 41)
  • His power and glory at His Second Coming (8:38; 13:26; 14:62)
son of man
“Son of Man”
  • Jesus preferred this title…

- As it points to His humanity

- Expresses His identity without political and military connotations (Walter and Strauss).

  • Association with Daniel 7:13-14
  • Summary of Jesus’ teaching

“The time is fulfilled, and the kingdom of God is at hand; repent and believe in the gospel” (NASB).

conclusion
Conclusion
  • Jesus is not merely a channel through which God communicated His authority to heal the paralytic…

…Jesus is the source of this healing

  • Through Jesus’ ministry His Divine authority has permeated the earthly realm
  • We are called to discipleship and service in the Name of Jesus
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