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Mark, Introduction
I. THE AUTHORSHIP OF THE BOOK

II. THE OCCASION OF THE BOOK
III. THE RECIPIENTS: ______________________
IV. THE DATE OF THE BOOK: Early to mid _____________s A.D.
V. THE OUTLINE OF THE BOOK
VI. THE KEY VERSE OF THE BOOK: Mark _____:_____
VII. THE THEME OF THE BOOK: Jesus, the _______________ _______________ of God
Mark 1
I. PREPARATION “FOR” AND “OF” THE SERVANT OF GOD
II. PREACHING OF THE SERVANT OF GOD
III. PUPILS OF THE SERVANT OF GOD (Mark 1:16-20)
IV. POWER OF THE SERVANT OF GOD
V. PRAYER OF THE SERVANT OF GOD
Mark 2
I. FORGIVING SINS (Mark 2:1-12)
II. EATING WITH PUBLICANS AND SINNERS (Mark 2:15-17)
III. NO FASTING (Mark 2:18-22)
IV. WORKING ON THE SABBATH (Mark 2:23-28)
Mark 3
I. THE FOES (Mark 3:1-6)
II. THE FLOCKS (Mark 3:7-10)
III. THE FIENDS (Mark 3:10-11)
IV. THE FAITHFUL (Mark 3:13-18)
V. FALSE ACCUSERS (Mark 3:22-29)
VI. THE FAMILY
Mark 4
I. THE METHODS OF THE SERVANT’S TEACHING
II. THE MESSAGES OF THE SERVANT
III. THE MASTER OF THE SEA (Mark 4:35-41
Mark 5
I. THE SERVANT OF MEN
II. THE SERVANT TO WOMEN
III. THE SERVANT TO CHILDREN
Mark 6
I. IS NOT THIS THE CARPENTER?
II. JOHN THE BAPTIST WHO WAS RAISED FROM THE DEAD
III. THEY SUPPOSED IT HAD BEEN A SPIRIT
IV. APPLICATION
Mark 7
I. CLEANSING OF GOD’S WORD (Mark 7:1-13)
II. CLEANSING THE HEART (Mark 7:14-23)
III. CLEANSING OF HEALTH (Mark 7:24-37)
Mark 8
I. THE DISCIPLES DID NOT UNDERSTAND HIS POWER (Mark 8:1-9)
II. THE PHARISEES MISUNDERSTOOD JESUS AS THE MESSIAH (Mark 8:10-13)
III. THE DISCIPLES MISUNDERSTOOD HIS WARNING (Mark 8:14-21)
IV. MEN DID NOT UNDERSTAND WHO JESUS WAS (Mark 8:27-30)
V. PETER DID NOT UNDERSTAND HIS SUFFERINGS (Mark 8:31-33)
Mark 9
I. WE MUST HEAR THE CHRIST (Mark 9:1-10)
II. WE MUST POSSESS STRONG FAITH (Mark 9:14-30)
III. WE MUST SEEK THE POSITION OF A SERVANT (Mark 9:33-37)
IV. DO GOOD AND NOT HARM (Mark 9:41-42)
V. WE ARE TO PRACTICE RADICAL REPENTANCE (Mark 9:43-48)
Mark 10
I. A TEACHING THAT BRINGS DISPLEASURE (Mark 10:1-12)
II. DISPLEASURE THAT CAME TO JESUS (Mark 10:13-16)
III. DISPLEASURE ASSOCIATED WITH RICHES (Mark 10:17-31)
IV. DISPLEASUREABLE EVENT: THE CRUCIFIXTION (Mark 10:32-33)
V. THE DISPLEASURE OF TEN APOSTLES (Mark 10:35-45)
VI. THE DISPLEASURE OF THE MASSES TOWARD THE BLIND BEGGAR (Mark 10:6-52).
Mark 11
I. AUTHORITY PRAISED (Mark 11:1-11)
II. AUTHORITY PRESENTED (Mark 11:12-19)
IV. AUTHORITY PROMISED (Mark 11:20-26)
V. AUTHORITY PROBED (Mark 11:27-33)
Mark 12
I. THE PARABLE OF THE VINEYARD (Mark 12:1-12)
II. THE QUESTION OF THE OPPOSITION (Mark 12:13-34)
III. THE QUESTION AND WARNING OF JESUS (Mark 12:35-40)
IV. THE POOR WIDOW (Mark 12:41-44)
Mark 13
I. THE CONVERSATION (Mark 13:1-2)


II. A general timeline:
III. Interesting statements that show the destruction of Jerusalem and the temple are under consideration:
IV. The destruction described:
V. The ___________________ that this prophecy would come to pass (Mark 13:31)
Mark 14 (1)
I. PLANNING (Mark 14:1-2)
II. ANOINTING (Mark 14:3-9)
III. BETRAYAL (Mark 14:10-21)
IV. REMEMBRANCE (Mark 14:22-26)
V. THE PREDICTION (Mark 14:26-31)
Mark 14 (2)
I. PRAYER (Mark 14:32-42)
II. ARREST (Mark 14:43-52)
III. THE TRIAL (Mark 14:53-65)
IV. DENIAL (Mark 14:66-72)
Mark 15 (1)
I. PILATE (Mark 15:1-15)
II. ROMAN SOLDIERS (Mark 15:16-28)
Mark 15 (2)
I. THE MASSES (Mark 15:29-41)
II. JOSEPH OF ARIMATHAEA (Mark 15:42-47)
Mark 16
I. THE ANOINTING (Mark 16:1)
II. THE AMAZEMENT (Mark 16:2-5)
III. THE ANNOUNCEMENT (Mark 16:6-8)
IV. THE ATTESTATION (Mark 16:9-14)
V. THE AUTHORIZATION (Mark 16:15-18)
VI. THE ASCENSION (Mark 16:19-20)
Mark
Mark, Introduction
Mark 1
Mark 2
Mark 3
Mark 4
Mark 5
Mark 6
Mark 7
Mark 8
Mark 9
Mark 10
Mark 11
Mark 12
Mark 13
Mark 14 (1)
Mark 14 (2)
Mark 15 (1)
Mark 15 (2)
Mark 16