Mark 6:14-29


Mark 6:14-29

Mark 6:14-29 is appointed for Proper 10, Series B. The Kingdom of God advances, even when it seems like it is defeated. John foreshadows Jesus, in both his message and his fate


Proper 12 · Mark 6:45-52 · July 26, 2009


Proper 12 · Mark 6:45-52 · July 26, 2009

By David Peter Exegetical Analysis and Homiletical Treatment: This text is conducive to the development of a sermon which is constructed inductively. This is not only because the text is narrative in form (and thus inherently inductive), but also because it presents a couple of areas of tension for resolution. These tension points are manifested ..

Mark 6:45-56


Mark 6:45-56

Mark 6:45-56 is appointed for Proper 12, Series B. When He walked on water, Jesus revealed Himself to be the Creator God. Jesus does not abandon disciples who don’t get it


Proper 11 · Mark 6:30-44 · July 19, 2009


Proper 11 · Mark 6:30-44 · July 19, 2009

By James Voelz The Feeding of the 5000 I. Introduction: This pericope occurs within the critical events of chapter 6 of Mark. The chapter begins with Jesus’ rejection in his hometown (vv. 1ff) and continues with the twelve being sent out as “apostles” to carry forth his mission of preaching and healing (vv. 7ff). This is ..

Mark 6:30-44


Mark 6:30-44

Mark 6:30-44 is appointed for Proper 11, Series B. Yahweh shepherds His people and serves them a feast. The feeding of the 5000 is a foretaste of the eschatological feast to come