Mark 10:27: With God all Things are Possible

Mark 10:45 -- For even the Son of Man did not come to be served, but to serve, and to give his life as a ransom for many.

Mark 15 Commentary of the Bible

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Jesus and the Rulers  ( Mark 15:1-20 )  Sunday Message

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We are nearing the close of Mark's account of the life of our Lord, this marvelous servant who came to rule among men, this ruler who came to serve. The fifteenth chapter of Mark's gospel is the account of our Lord's appearance before Pilate. The events around the cross are more than simple narratives told by the gospel writers. You can read them that way: the simple tragic story of a man who laid down his life on behalf of a cause. But if you read the gospel accounts carefully you will see that there are very strange and marvelous forces at work behind the scenes.

Jesus Or Barabbas?  ( Mark 15:1-20 )  Daily Devotion

Wanting to satisfy the crowd, Pilate released Barabbas to them (Mark 15:15a)

The Awful Penalty  ( Mark 15:21-47 )  Sunday Message

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Mark 15 brings us to the account of the crucifixion. Because of the sacredness of this incident, let's pause for a moment and pray together before we look into this passage.

A Heart Wide Open  ( Mark 15:21-47 )  Daily Devotion

Then the veil of the temple was torn in two from top to bottom (Mark 15:38 NKJV)