In the gospel of Mark, the author vigorously defends the claim that Jesus was the true Messiah and that His own people, the Jews, rejected Him because He came not as the glorious warrior-king they expected but as a suffering servant. The 18 sessions of this Bible study on Mark show a powerful message of salvation, inspiration, and encouragement. Includes study aids and discussion questions. If using in a group, personal study is needed between meetings.
Publisher: The Navigators
176Pages / Publication Date: 19950415
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