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MARK. The Son who Came to Serve. The Gospel According to Mark. The Author: John Mark Writes to the Gentiles No Genealogy Only a single quote from the Old Testament Shortest of the four Gospels. Short, vivid details. Jesus loved the rich, young ruler

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MARK

The Son who Came to Serve

the gospel according to mark
The Gospel According to Mark
  • The Author: John Mark
  • Writes to the Gentiles
    • No Genealogy
    • Only a single quote from the Old Testament
  • Shortest of the four Gospels.
  • Short, vivid details.
    • Jesus loved the rich, young ruler
    • At the feeding of the five thousand, Jesus had the people sit in groups of 100’s and 50’s.
    • Unnamed man clothed in linen.
    • Names the sons of Simon of Cyrene.
matthew mark
Matthew Mark
  • Associated with the apostles Peter and Paul
  • An eye witness of the life and ministry of Jesus
  • Writes to Jews
  • Writes to Gentiles
  • Jesus presented as a King
  • Jesus presented as a Servant
  • Focus on the sermons of Jesus
  • Focus on the miracles of Jesus
jesus as the servant
Jesus as the Servant
  • A Servant needs no Genealogy or Birth Narrative
  • Narrative begins with the ministry of Jesus
  • Only two sermons of Jesus are given
    • Parables of the Kingdom (Chapter 4)
    • Olivet Discourse (Chapter 13)
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Outline of Mark

Rising Action

Falling Action

What did He come to Accomplish?

Who is Jesus?

key words phrases
Key Words & Phrases
  • Immediately
  • And…
  • A regular use of the Historic Present
mark 10 42 45

Mark 10:42-45

42 And calling them to Himself, Jesus said to them, "You know that those who are recognized as rulers of the Gentiles lord it over them; and their great men exercise authority over them.

43 "But it is not so among you, but whoever wishes to become great among you shall be your servant; 44 and whoever wishes to be first among you shall be slave of all.

45 "For even the Son of Man did not come to be served, but to serve, and to give His life a ransom for many."

the cross
The Cross
  • The Inscription: King of the Jews
  • Darkness from the sixth to the ninth hour
  • “My God, My God, why hast Thou forsaken Me?”
  • The Veil of the Temple
  • Testimony of the Centurion
mark 16 9 20
Not found in some of the oldest Greek manuscripts

There are nine Greek words used in the longer ending that are unique to Mark.

References to tongues and handling snakes seen as a problem.

It is found in all of the families of texts.

Codex Vaticanus leaves a large blank space, indicating the scribe’s awareness of the longer ending.

Previous chapter also has unique words.

Tongues and snake prophecy fulfilled in Acts.

Mark 16:9-20

Short Ending

Long Ending