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Jesus submitted to one who was doing God's will regarding Him - baptism by John.Mark 1:1-9Mark 1:1-17How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus was yielded to the leadership of God's Spirit.Mark 1:12Mark 1:1-17How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus proclaimed the good news of God's kingdom to others.Mark 1:14-15Mark 1:1-17How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus selected His disciples from among simple, common people.Mark 1:16-17Mark 1:1-17How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus observed people.Mark 1:16Mark 1:16-20How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus gathered hand-selected men to follow Him and learn after Him.Mark 1:16-20Mark 1:16-20How Jesus Relates to Others
The invitations or calls made by Jesus to selected people were quite successful.Mark 1:16-20Mark 1:16-20How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus often called people in pairs to be His followers, learners, or students.Mark 1:16-20Mark 1:16-20How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus taught people from the Old Testament Scriptures.Mark 1:21-22Mark 1:21-28How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus ministered in God's power publicly.Mark 1:23-27Mark 1:21-28How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus' teaching was characterized as dynamic - not like the teaching of 'externally-focused' religious leaders.Mark 1:21-22Mark 1:21-28How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus healed the demon possessed, but rebuked the evil spirits.Mark 1:23-27Mark 1:21-28How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus did not promote the ministries God released through Him.Mark 1:23-28Mark 1:21-28How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus chose to spend discretionary time with people - even casual, informal meal times.Mark 1:29Mark 1:29-31How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus addressed the needs of those He selected to be His followers.Mark 1:30-31Mark 1:29-31How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus invested His time and gifts into the lives of His chosen followers.Mark 1:29-31Mark 1:29-31How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus served His way into the heart and life of His disciples.Mark 1:29-31Mark 1:29-31How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus sought times of solitude for prayer.Mark 1:35Mark 1:32-39How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus receives and ministers to those who are poor and sick.Mark 1:32-34Mark 1:32-39How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus left the physical needs of some to preach the gospel to the eternal needs of others.Mark 1:36-39Mark 1:32-39How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus didn't respond to every request of people, but to the priority of proclaiming the Gospel where others haven't heard.Mark 1:36-39Mark 1:32-39How Jesus Relates to Others
Those who approach Jesus broken, humble, and in faith find Jesus is compassionate.Mark 1:40-42Mark 1:40-45How Jesus Relates to Others
Those who humbly put his or her will into the will of the LORD do a good thing.Mark 1:40-42Mark 1:40-45How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus expressed compassion to the humble, needy, faith-oriented people.Mark 1:40-42Mark 1:40-45How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus led people to do things that would result in glory to God.Mark 1:43-45Mark 1:40-45How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus proclaimed God's kingdom to those who gathered.Mark 2:21-22Mark 2:1-12How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus responds affirmatively to collective faith in Him.Mark 2:3-5Mark 2:1-12How Jesus Relates to Others
To those who were questioning or cynical, Jesus ministered openly in their face.Mark 2:6-8Mark 2:1-12How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus ministered to others in ways that provoked faith in yet others.Mark 2:10-12Mark 2:1-12How Jesus Relates to Others
When people gathered around Him, Jesus taught them God's truth.Mark 2:13Mark 2:13-17How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus called selected people to be followers or disciples of His.Mark 2:14Mark 2:13-17How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus knew and approached His target audience - sinners, poor, and broken.Mark 2:16-17Mark 2:13-17How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus accepted the hospitality of new followers - building relationships with new followers and their 'sinner' friends.Mark 2:14-16Mark 2:13-17How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus interacted with people according to the truth of the situation from a God-oriented perspective - not according to traditions.Mark 2:18-20Mark 2:18-22How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus knew and practiced putting new wine into new wineskins - He put His relationship and future ministry into 'new' men - not into old religious bound traditionalists.Mark 2:21-22Mark 2:18-22How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus applied Old Testament Scriptures to contemporary situations.Mark 2:23-28Mark 2:23-28How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus teaches that His followers are to be free from the burden of religious laws - external rule-keeping.Mark 2:23-28Mark 2:23-28How Jesus Relates to Others
The Sabbath day is about 'resting in the completed work of God' - not about man's efforts toward God.Mark 2:23-28Mark 2:23-28How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus asked questions to pierce the hearts of hard hearted people.Mark 3:1-5Mark 3:1-5How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus demonstrated compassion for people as preempting routine religious rituals.Mark 3:1-5Mark 3:1-5How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus took advantage of present opportunities to demonstrate to others God's love and God's power.Mark 3:1-5Mark 3:1-5How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus withdrew at times with His disciples away from populated areas.Mark 3:6-8Mark 3:6-12How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus taught His disciples to think ahead concerning things that might happen.Mark 3:9Mark 3:6-12How Jesus Relates to Others
At times, Jesus allowed crowds of hurting and sick press Him as He ministered to them.Mark 3:9-11Mark 3:6-12How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus instructed demons dwelling in people to be silent as to His deity.Mark 3:11-12Mark 3:6-12How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus called near Him - to spend time with Him alone - those in whom He was investing Himself in view of their future assignment.Mark 3:13-19 key 13Mark 3:13-21How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus selected a small group out of a larger group of followers.Mark 3:14-19 key 14Mark 3:13-21How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus obeyed the Spirit even though the subsequent actions caused Him to appear crazy to His own relatives.Mark 3:13-21 key 21Mark 3:13-21How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus did not run from (coward) those who opposed Him.Mark 3:22-30 key 23Mark 3:22-30How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus gave truth to those who opposed Him and to those who couldn't understand the truth.Mark 3:22-30 key 23Mark 3:22-30How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus used word pictures to help convey His teaching of truth.Mark 3:24-29Mark 3:22-30How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus related in close proximity to those who were His followers.Mark 3:31-35 key 34Mark 3:31-35How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus considers those who follow Him to be His 'family' as it were.Mark 3:33-35Mark 3:31-35How Jesus Relates to Others
Those who relate to God - going His will - are 'family' from the perspective of the LORD.Mark 3:31-35 key 35Mark 3:31-35How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus taught disciples and crowds of people in public.Mark 4:1-2Mark 4:1-20How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus knew that only a select group from His audiences could really perceive what He was teaching.Mark 4:9-13Mark 4:1-20How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus gave some more specific insights and explanations on His teachings.Mark 4:10-20 key 11Mark 4:1-20How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus taught by telling parables.Mark 4:2ffMark 4:1-20How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus taught that a man will receive from God according to his receptivity.Mark 4:24-25Mark 4:21-25How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus taught in word pictures that relating to God had to do with one's secret or personal life as well as one's public life.Mark 4:21-23Mark 4:21-25How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus says to spread God's Word.Mark 4:26-29Mark 4:26-34How Jesus Relates to Others
The kingdom of God is increasing in size.Mark 4:30-32Mark 4:26-34How Jesus Relates to Others
When the Word of God is spread, God will somehow and in some way(s) produce a harvest.Mark 4:26-29Mark 4:26-34How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus taught people with parables only as much as they could hear.Mark 4:33Mark 4:26-34How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus explained His teaching more in-depth to His disciples when He was alone with them.Mark 4:33-34Mark 4:26-34How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus did not teach everybody the same teachings.Mark 4:33-34Mark 4:26-34How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus led - gave direction to - His disciples.Mark 4:35-36Mark 4:35-41How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus led His disciples into storms which would challenge their faith - not eliminate their faith - in what He said - 'go to the other side.'Mark 4:35-37 key 37, Mark 4:35Mark 4:35-41How Jesus Relates to Others
The expressed power of Jesus brought fear to His disciples at this point (early) in their walk with Him.Mark 4:38-41Mark 4:35-41How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus - and those of His - will attract needy people.Mark 5:1-6Mark 5:1-20How Jesus Relates to Others
Those who receive healing (inner and outer) from Jesus are not the same afterward.Mark 5:7-15 key 15Mark 5:1-20How Jesus Relates to Others
The power of God resident in and released out of Jesus may evoke fear in unbelievers.Mark 5:15-17Mark 5:1-20How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus doesn't stay where people don't want Him.Mark 5:17Mark 5:1-20How Jesus Relates to Others
Those ministered to by Jesus don't want to be separated from Jesus, but want to remain in His presence.Mark 5:18Mark 5:1-20How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus has specific direction for certain individuals and He makes it known to them.Mark 5:19-20Mark 5:1-20How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus - and those with His power - will be invited to heal those who are sick.Mark 5:21-24Mark 5:21-36How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus recognized and responded to expressions of faith by those in need.Mark 5:24, 27-30Mark 5:21-36How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus encouraged those with faith in Him to continue trusting Him regardless of intervening circumstances.Mark 5:30-34Mark 5:21-36How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus said the truth even knowing that He would be ridiculed.Mark 5:38-40Mark 5:37-43How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus gave life to dead people.Mark 5:41-42Mark 5:37-43How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus avoided drawing attention to Himself and His ministry.Mark 5:42-43Mark 5:37-43How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus selected specific people at specific times to follow Him and engage in ministry with Him.Mark 5:37Mark 5:37-43How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus desired to bring the good news to His own town people, but they rejected the opportunity.Mark 6:1-4Mark 6:1-6How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus taught God's Word with wisdom from 'above.'Mark 6:1-2Mark 6:1-6How Jesus Relates to Others
Some people whom one might hope are open to God's message may be filled with unbelief.Mark 6:5-6Mark 6:1-6How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus was an iterate teacher.Mark 6:6Mark 6:1-6How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus equipped His disciples for ministry and sent them out on ministry assignments.Mark 6:8-11Mark 6:7-13How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus gave His disciples parameters for ministry - what to take, where to stay, and where to go.Mark 6:7-11Mark 6:7-13How Jesus Relates to Others
The disciples of Jesus carried out their ministry assignments most all the time.Mark 6:12-13Mark 6:7-13How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus sent out His disciples - men in training - to minister before they knew all He would teach them.Mark 6:30Mark 6:14-31How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus intentionally pulled His disciples away from ministry and activity after a very busy period.Mark 6:31Mark 6:14-31How Jesus Relates to Others
After an on-the-job ministry involvement period, Jesus took His disciples aside to interact with them without the distraction of others - hence to heighten the value of the ministry experience by learning more about it.Mark 6:31Mark 6:14-31How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus spent time with His disciples apart from other people.Mark 6:32Mark 6:32-37How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus had compassion on people drifting purposelessly through life.Mark 6:33-34Mark 6:32-37How Jesus Relates to Others
Given an opportunity, Jesus would teach a massive crowd of people.Mark 6:34Mark 6:32-37How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus gives assignments that challenge the faith (believing) of His disciples - that stretch the disciples.Mark 6:36-37Mark 6:32-37How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus asks His disciples to inventory what they have available for ministry - not to the exclusion of power from heaven.Mark 6:38Mark 6:38-44How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus used organization when dealing with masses of people - not wanting any overlooked.Mark 6:39-40Mark 6:38-44How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus uses disciples to reach out to the masses - giving personal or close contact to each and all.Mark 6:41-44Mark 6:38-44How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus wants His followers to avoid living in fear.Mark 6:46-50 key 50Mark 6:45-52How Jesus Relates to Others
While others were 'through with ministry' and others on their way home, Jesus went out to pray - spiritual warfare.Mark 6:45-46Mark 6:45-52How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus will even alter the impact of nature to minister to His own.Mark 6:50-52Mark 6:45-52How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus drew unto Himself those who were sick and those who had sick relatives.Mark 6:53-55Mark 6:53-56How Jesus Relates to Others
People were drawn to Jesus' healing power.Mark 6:53-56Mark 6:53-56How Jesus Relates to Others
Those who came to Jesus believing He was a healer went away well.Mark 6:56Mark 6:53-56How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus received the sick and relative of the sick who came to Him by faith.Mark 6:56Mark 6:53-56How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus did not require His disciples to hold to any traditions that preempted God's Word being put into action.Mark 7:1-13Mark 7:1-13How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus confronted religious leaders who imposed external traditional rituals over against or that would negate applying God's Word in life.Mark 7:5-13Mark 7:1-13How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus teaches that true worship and obedience toward God is first and foremost OF THE HEART.Mark 7:6Mark 7:1-13How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus didn't want people focused on external rituals but to realize they each needed to deal with matters on the inside - internal matters of the heart.Mark 7:14-23Mark 7:14-23How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus wanted those nearest Him to have the most thorough understanding of His teachings.Mark 7:14-23Mark 7:14-23How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus taught the same truth to a large audience, smaller audience, and even to His closest disciples.Mark 7:14-23Mark 7:14-23How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus operated with an established set of priorities.Mark 7:27Mark 7:24-30How Jesus Relates to Others
There were times Jesus wanted to be out of the public's eye and only with His disciples.Mark 7:24Mark 7:24-30How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus responds affirmatively to faith-oriented appeals for Him to save and heal.Mark 7:25-30Mark 7:24-30How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus operated SO in tune with the Father that He could adjust to work where the Father was at work.Mark 7:25-30Mark 7:24-30How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus deliberately took some people aside from the crowds to minister to them.Mark 7:33Mark 7:31-37How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus didn't complicate nor did He make a show of healing people.Mark 7:33-35Mark 7:31-37How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus didn't want publicity for doing miracles because He came to preach repentance and faith in God.Mark 7:36Mark 7:31-37How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus expressed compassion for those who hungered for His teaching and suffered physical hunger in doing so.Mark 8:1-4Mark 8:1-9How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus asks those who follow Him to examine what they have available.Mark 8:5Mark 8:1-9How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus' compassion moved Him to action to meet the needs of others who long attended His teachings.Mark 8:1-9Mark 8:1-9How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus didn't give critics and syncs all that for which they asked Him.Mark 8:11-13Mark 8:10-15How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus didn't want His disciples to become traditionalists nor compromisers.Mark 8:15Mark 8:10-15How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus traveled with His disciples - spending time with them and traveling as they did - normal conveyance.Mark 8:10Mark 8:10-15How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus rebuked His disciples as a group.Mark 8:16-18Mark 8:16-21How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus sincerely wants or desires His followers to grasp spiritual truths.Mark 8:19-20Mark 8:16-21How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus challenged His disciples to trust in the LORD while paying attention to the situations around them - spiritually connecting the dots.Mark 8:19-20Mark 8:16-21How Jesus Relates to Others
At times, Jesus went out of His way to minimize publicity of His miraculous healings.Mark 8:22-26Mark 8:22-26How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus took some He would heal to out of the way places so as not to attract attention.Mark 8:22-26Mark 8:22-26How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus gave healing to those who approached Him in faith and in earnest.Mark 8:22-25Mark 8:22-26How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus spoke to His disciples of future events.Mark 8:30-31Mark 8:27-33How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus openly, by name, rebuked one or more of His disciples.Mark 8:32-33Mark 8:27-33How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus asked questions to His disciples - general thought questions and personal questions.Mark 8:27-29Mark 8:27-33How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus told His disciples things they didn't understand nor were they to tell anybody else these things.Mark 8:29-31Mark 8:27-33How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus challenged casual and convenient followers to become committed followers.Mark 8:34-38Mark 8:34-38How Jesus Relates to Others
Following Jesus involves one's ALL.Mark 8:34-38Mark 8:34-38How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus told His followers openly what was required by Him of a follower.Mark 8:34-38Mark 8:34-38How Jesus Relates to Others
Real faith in God moves one to focus on following the Father.Mark 8:34-38Mark 8:34-38How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus invites some disciples to share with Him specific and special circumstances.Mark 9:2-7Mark 9:1-13How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus told His disciples to withhold from others for a time some experiences they shared with Him.Mark 9:9Mark 9:1-13How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus opened Himself to questions of followers by asking questions of them.Mark 9:11-13Mark 9:1-13How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus gives hope to those who follow Him.Mark 9:1Mark 9:1-13How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus rebukes religious people who use God's name but have no active or viable faith in God.Mark 9:19Mark 9:14-29How Jesus Relates to Others
To the broken hearted who look to God, Jesus presents opportunities to see God work.Mark 9:20-23Mark 9:14-29How Jesus Relates to Others
JesusĀ  didn't enlist a fanfare when He ministered to others - even in doing miracles.Mark 9:27Mark 9:14-29How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus pursued periods of time with His disciples away from 'ministry' and crowds.Mark 9:30-32Mark 9:30-32How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus said things to His disciples that He did not say - in the same clarity - to the crowds.Mark 9:30-32Mark 9:30-32How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus reserved some 'advanced' teaching only for those who followed Him closely.Mark 9:30-32Mark 9:30-32How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus asked probing questions of His disciples.Mark 9:33-34Mark 9:33-37How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus addressed by teaching the very needs He identified in His followers.Mark 9:35-37Mark 9:33-37How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus spent much of His mentoring and teaching dealing with character issues.Mark 9:33-37Mark 9:33-37How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus sees, and includes as His, all those who look to Him in faith and act in Him by faith.Mark 9:38-41Mark 9:38-41How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus doesn't want His followers competing with one another.Mark 9:38-41Mark 9:38-41How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus acted as a 'team builder' in relationship to His closest disciples.Mark 9:38-41Mark 9:38-41How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus warns those who follow Him to be careful in 'doing, going, and seeing' not to offend tender ones (young and simple) who believe in Him.Mark 9:42-50Mark 9:42-50How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus desires to protect - spiritually and otherwise - those who are His from offenses by others.Mark 9:42-50Mark 9:42-50How Jesus Relates to Others
JesusĀ  advises His followers to be savory and peaceful toward others who follow Him.Mark 9:49-50Mark 9:42-50How Jesus Relates to Others
When people gathered in the presence of Jesus He used the opportunity to teach truth to them - teach God's Word.Mark 10:1Mark 10:1-12How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus teaches that God intended the marriage relationship to be a permanent relationship.Mark 10:2-12Mark 10:1-12How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus taught others to honor God's simple, clear Word - even to live it throughout life.Mark 10:1-12Mark 10:1-12How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus gave additional insight and teaching to His closest disciples.Mark 10:10-12Mark 10:1-12How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus asked questions to the cynics asking Him questions.Mark 10:2-4Mark 10:1-12How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus accommodated people - even little children -coming to Him with a faith-orientation.Mark 10:13-16Mark 10:13-16How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus rebukes His disciples who draw wrong conclusions or who misrepresent Him.Mark 10:14-15Mark 10:13-16How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus receives those who come to Him in child-like trust - simply believing He is who He claims to be and does what He claims to do - SAVIOR WHO SAVES.Mark 10:13-16Mark 10:13-16How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus led people to acknowledge their thoughts and convictions about HimMark 10:17-18Mark 10:17-22How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus affirms good outward behavior, but also deals with the heart-issues of those seeking Him.Mark 10:19-21Mark 10:17-22How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus brings people to the point of considering or wrestling with the thoughts and convictions of the heart or inner man.Mark 10:21-22Mark 10:17-22How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus taught His disciples sharp-edged and challenging truths.Mark 10:23-27Mark 10:23-27How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus taught truth even when it was in opposition to popular religious thought.Mark 10:23-27Mark 10:23-27How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus taught so that His disciples could attain His understanding and perspective on life and ministry.Mark 10:23-27Mark 10:23-27How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus puts an eternal and spiritual perspective before His followers.Mark 10:28-31Mark 10:28-31How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus assures His followers that they will be more than compensated in this life and the next life for all they give up to follow HimMark 10:28-31Mark 10:28-31How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus led His disciples courageously by faith into a hostile environment.Mark 10:32-34Mark 10:32-34How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus had a depth of relationship with the disciples which fostered them following Him even into crises - even though they were afraid.Mark 10:32-34Mark 10:32-34How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus prepares His people in advance for what God is going to do next.Mark 10:32-34Mark 10:32-34How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus tolerated self-centered and short-sighted questions by His disciples.Mark 10:34-39Mark 10:34-45How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus affirmed followers where they were but placed their future into God's sovereign hands.Mark 10:35-40Mark 10:34-45How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus took the initiative to squelch disputes and division among His disciples while teaching them 'high' principles.Mark 10:41-45Mark 10:34-45How Jesus Relates to Others
Greatness in God's kingdom is service to others - as Jesus modeled.Mark 10:41-45Mark 10:34-45How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus hears and listens to those who cry out to Him from need and in faith.Mark 10:46-48Mark 10:46-52How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus asked those coming in faith to express publicly what they wanted of Him.Mark 10:49-51Mark 10:46-52How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus ministered 'on the way' and yet kept going in the way God had planned for Him.Mark 10:52Mark 10:46-52How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus allowed others to honor Him according to God's Word.Mark 11:-10Mark 11:1-10How Jesus Relates to Others
The LORD instructs His disciples in faith-stretching exercises.Mark 11:1-3Mark 11:1-10How Jesus Relates to Others
The LORD teaches His disciples how God miraculously meets needs created by doing His will.Mark 11:1-3Mark 11:1-10How Jesus Relates to Others
At times, Jesus radically and aggressively rebuked those who turned a relationship with God into a 'religion for profit' business.Mark 11:15-19Mark 11:11-19How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus exercised heavenly wisdom in choosing times to confront or rebuke others.Mark 11:11Mark 11:11-19How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus spoke most of the time so that His disciples could hear Him though not always understand Him.Mark 11:12-14 key 14Mark 11:11-19How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus demonstrated and taught that God wants a relationship with His people involving worship and prayer.Mark 11:12-18Mark 11:11-19How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus addresses the curiosities of His disciples when those curiosities relate to God's will.Mark 11:20-24Mark 11:20-24How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus modeled a life that stimulated faith in God - taking God at His Word.Mark 11:20-24Mark 11:20-24How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus instructs His disciples to build their faith in God as their faith in God relates to their life and ministry.Mark 11:20-24Mark 11:20-24How Jesus Relates to Others
The questions Jesus asked others would give them an opportunity to openly or publicly 'come clean' or 'confess truth.'Mark 11:31-33Mark 11:25-33How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus teaches that forgiving others is part of having a dependent relationship with GodMark 11:25-26Mark 11:25-33How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus asked questions of others that focused on the most spiritually significant issue at that time.Mark 11:27-30Mark 11:25-33How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus would tell fictional stories to His audience (this time religious leaders) that when understood would reveal the truth about them - religious, but out of touch with God.Mark 12:1-12Mark 12:1-12How Jesus Relates to Others
The LORD allows His Word to pierce the heart of unbelievers - bringing condemnation, conviction of sin, and guilt.Mark 12:12Mark 12:1-12How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus used the Scriptures - if even small amounts - to speak to His audiences of 'religious' people.Mark 12:10-11Mark 12:1-12How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus allowed religious critics and cynics to approach Him with their hypocrisy.Mark 12:13-15Mark 12:13-17How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus applied with God's wisdom the Scriptures to men's questions.Mark 12:16-17Mark 12:13-17How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus lived and taught that disciples live in a material or political world under the LORDship of God.Mark 12:15-17 key 17Mark 12:13-17How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus directly rebuked with Scripture those who were religious hypocrites.Mark 12:18-27Mark 12:18-27How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus taught people what they needed to hear.Mark 12:18-27Mark 12:18-27How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus gives hope - a positive faith outlook - to those who are His.Mark 12:27Mark 12:18-27How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus points inquirers to God's Word for answers and direction.Mark 12:18-27Mark 12:18-27How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus let people know where they were in relationship with Him.Mark 12:34Mark 12:28-34How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus affirmed those who acknowledged God's truth.Mark 12:34Mark 12:28-34How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus gladly answered the questions asked Him by those whose heart was toward Him.Mark 12:28-34Mark 12:28-34How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus had respect of people so as to be able to teach in the temple.Mark 12:35Mark 12:35-40How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus used questions and Scripture answers to give God's truth.Mark 12:35-37Mark 12:35-40How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus warns disciples not to follow those living hypocritical, religious lives.Mark 12:38-40Mark 12:35-40How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus spoke openly of the hypocrisy of the popular religious leaders.Mark 12:38-40Mark 12:35-40How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus didn't always have His disciples engaged in conversation or ministry - sometimes just hanging out.Mark 12:41-43Mark 12:41-44How Jesus Relates to Others
The LORD recognizes both the gift and the balance left in the bank account.Mark 12:43-44Mark 12:41-44How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus helped His disciples to recognize the value in each person's gifts to the LORD - large or small.Mark 12:41-44Mark 12:41-44How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus told His disciples things to come - future events.Mark 13:1-2Mark 13:1-4How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus allowed some disciples to be closer to Him at times than others.Mark 13:3-4Mark 13:1-4How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus had private conversations with some of His followers.Mark 13:3-4Mark 13:1-4How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus warned His disciples to be aware of those who would attempt to deceive them.Mark 13:5-6Mark 13:5-9How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus warns of future events.Mark 13:7-8Mark 13:5-9How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus warns His disciples of times to come when persecution will result in opportunities for them to testify of Him.Mark 13:9Mark 13:5-9How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus planted statements that would prompt questions so He could give the answers.Mark 13:4, 10ffMark 13:10-13How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus loves all and wants the Gospel to reach every ethnic group on earth.Mark 13:10Mark 13:10-13How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus assures disciples that the Holy Spirit will guide them at critical times.Mark 13:11Mark 13:10-13How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus tells in advance some things to come so it will stir faith in His disciples.Mark 13:12-13Mark 13:10-13How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus wants His followers to know the truth in order to prevent them from being deceived.Mark 13:14-23 key 22Mark 13:14-23How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus communicates that He cares about the conditions, lives, and practices of His disciples.Mark 13:14-23Mark 13:14-23How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus warns His disciples in advance of key future events.Mark 13:14-23 key 23Mark 13:14-23How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus encourages His disciples by letting them know that following phenomenal crises He will return in great glory and that His words will not pass away - fade or loss effect.Mark 13:24-31Mark 13:24-37How Jesus Relates to Others
All disciples of Jesus are warned to be on 'spiritual watch' and to be praying.Mark 13:32-37Mark 13:24-37How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus lodged and ate meals in the homes of His disciples or followers.Mark 14:1-3Mark 14:1-9How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus didn't allow His disciples to get by with giving undue criticism to one worshipping Him and following God's leading.Mark 14:3-6Mark 14:1-9How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus acknowledges and defends to critics the good works of those who love and obey Him.Mark 14:3-9Mark 14:1-9How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus allowed one of His disciples to betray Him.Mark 14:10-11Mark 14:10-16How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus guides His disciples precisely into knowing and doing what God had planned.Mark 14:12-16Mark 14:10-16How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus wants His disciples to successfully accomplish the task(s) assigned them by God.Mark 14:12-16Mark 14:10-16How Jesus Relates to Others
The basic strategy Jesus used to train those He would leave in charge of discipling the world was 'spend time together' - from eating of meals, walking, ministering, teaching in synagogues, etc.Mark 14:17-21Mark 14:17-21How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus ministered thoroughly and consistently - even in the company of those whom He knew would eventually betray Him.Mark 14:17-21Mark 14:17-21How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus served those closest to Him.Mark 14:22-24Mark 14:22-25How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus provided opportunities for His followers to identify with Him and Him with them.Mark 14:22-24Mark 14:22-25How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus used common elements to identify with His people or followers.Mark 14:22-25Mark 14:22-25How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus works with His disciples even after they fail Him.Mark 14:26-29Mark 14:26-31How Jesus Relates to Others
To His own disciples Jesus revealed pain and failure to come, but coupled that word with hope and assurance in Him.Mark 14:26-31Mark 14:26-31How Jesus Relates to Others
The men Jesus developed operated out of the 'flesh' much in their early days of discipleship.Mark 14:29-31Mark 14:26-31How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus didn't force His disciples to relate to circumstances or to God just as He did.Mark 14:32-34Mark 14:32-34How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus told His disciples He felt agony and exceeding sorrow.Mark 14:32-34Mark 14:32-34How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus did not complain about His circumstances to His disciples.Mark 14:32-34Mark 14:32-34How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus allowed His disciples to see Him agonize in prayer.Mark 14:35-36Mark 14:35-38How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus allowed His disciples to know He fought all impulses to be fully surrendered to the Father.Mark 14:35-36Mark 14:35-38How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus directly rebuked by name His disciples when a rebuke was needed.Mark 14:37-38Mark 14:35-38How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus demonstrated to His disciples that intense prayer was preparation for some coming events.Mark 14:39-42Mark 14:39-42How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus was a leader even in the face of approaching danger.Mark 14:41-42Mark 14:39-42How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus boldly led His disciples as far as they could go at the time.Mark 14:41-42Mark 14:39-42How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus spoke with logic in the face of a hostile mob.Mark 14:43-49Mark 14:43-52How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus taught openly but His cynics had Him arrested in the night.Mark 14:48-49Mark 14:43-52How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus yielded to God and His Word in relating to people.Mark 14:48-49Mark 14:43-52How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus was obedient to God even though His disciples abandoned Him when He was arrested.Mark 14:46-52Mark 14:43-52How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus allowed angry, unsaved men to arrest Him and take Him to a mock trial.Mark 14:53-65Mark 14:53-65How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus boldly stated at God's right time God's truth into the face of ungodly accusersMark 14:62Mark 14:53-65How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus allowed vile men to physically abuse Him as part of His suffering and humiliation for the sin of mankind.Mark 14:53-65Mark 14:53-65How Jesus Relates to Others
What Jesus told His disciples came to pass as He said.Mark 14:72Mark 14:66-72How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus had closest to Himself one who would fail miserably in the fleshMark 14:72Mark 14:66-72How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus knew what a difference would be made in the life of each disciple with the coming of the Holy Spirit.Mark 14:72Mark 14:66-72How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus agreed when His accusing cynics identified Him as King of the Jews.Mark 15:1-2Mark 15:1-39How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus didn't speak in defense of Himself against false accusation.Mark 15:3-5Mark 15:1-39How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus bore witness to all His claims as the Christ - even in His crucifixion and death.Mark 15:39Mark 15:1-39How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus allowed others to mock Him, abuse Him, and crucify Him.Mark 15:6-32Mark 15:1-39How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus stirred courage in others.Mark 15:42-43Mark 15:40-47How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus received the care and provision brought to Him and His disciples by a group of women who followed them from place to place.Mark 15:40-41Mark 15:40-47How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus touched lives so that others were prompted to give expensive gifts to Jesus.Mark 15:46Mark 15:40-47How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus sent ministering angels to care for His disciples.Mark 16:6-7Mark 16:1-14How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus rebuked His closest disciples for failing to believe the testimony of other disciples.Mark 16:8-14Mark 16:1-14How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus gave a post resurrection assignment of God-sized proportion to His disciples.Mark 16:15-18Mark 16:15-18How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus released to His disciples the task of evangelism and disciple making.Mark 16:15-18Mark 16:15-18How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus gave His disciples the power necessary to carry out the huge assignment He gave them.Mark 16:15-18Mark 16:15-18How Jesus Relates to Others
Jesus' life, message, death, and resurrection had such an impact on the disciples, they obeyed His last command when the Holy Spirit came upon them.Mark 16:19-20Mark 16:19-20How Jesus Relates to Others
The Holy Spirit continued the relationship of Jesus with the disciples of Jesus.Mark 16:19-20Mark 16:19-20How Jesus Relates to Others