New Testament

Mark: He Came to Serve

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 10:45)

The Gospel of Mark is the briefest of all the Gospels, and therefore easy to read in one sitting. Its brevity is probably the reason it is the most often translated book of the New Testament. The Wycliffe translators generally begin their translation work with the Gospel of Mark because it is so short and gives the whole story quickly.

The Servant who Rules
The Place to Begin Mark 1:1-8
Jesus Came Mark 1:9-15
A Day in the Life of Jesus Mark 1:16-39
The Healer of Hurts Mark 1:40 - 2:12
The Scandal Maker Mark 2:13 - 3:6
False Forces Mark 3:7-35
The Dimming of the Light Mark 4:1-34
Seed Thoughts Mark 4:3-32
Why are you Afraid? Mark 4:35 - 5:20
The Weakness of the World Mark 5:21 - 6:6
Who is This? Mark 6:7-52
When Rite is Wrong Mark 6:53 - 7:30
Do you Not Yet Understand? Mark 7:31 - 8:21
The Turning Point Mark 8:22-33
The Ruler who Serves
The Way of the Cross Mark 8:34-38
The Glory that Follows Mark 8:38 - 9:29
The Child in Our Midst Mark 9:30-50
What about Divorce? Mark 10:1-12
The Plight of the Overprivileged Mark 10:13-31
The Ambitious Heart Mark 10:32-52
The Rumor of Hope Mark 16:1-8
The King is Coming Mark 11:1-25
By What Authority? Mark 11:27 - 12:27
Top Priority Mark 12:28-44
Watch! Mark 13
Love's Extravagance Mark 14:1-25
Smite the Shepherd Mark 14:26-52
Jesus and the Priests Mark 14:53-72
Jesus and the Rulers Mark 15:1-20
The Awful Penalty Mark 15:21-47
Those Signs Following Mark 16:9-20