Mark Commentary

Power Encounter | Mark 1:21-28 Lesson [Slideshow+]

March 24, 2020 @DannyScottonJr 0

While teaching in the Capernaum synagogue on the Sabbath, Jesus is interrupted by a demon-possessed man. Jesus then rebukes the demon, commanding it to shut up and get out of the man. After its violent exit, people in the synagogue are not only amazed with Jesus authoritative words, but astonished by His authoritative works. He proclaims the inbreaking kingdom of God in both word and deed

Mark Commentary

The (Post-)Baptism & Temptation of Jesus | Mark 1:9-13 (Prologue Part II) Lesson [Slideshow+]

November 22, 2019 @DannyScottonJr 0

Three important experiences signify the inauguration of the kingdom of God through Jesus Christ — the King. (1) The heavens are torn open, (2) the Holy Spirit descends into Jesus, and (3) God’s heavenly voice speaks. God’s word confirm that Jesus is the royal Messiah, the unique Son of God, and the prophesied Suffering Servant.

Then, Jesus is driven out into the wilderness to be tempted by Satan — setting the stage for the spiritual battle that runs throughout Mark. 

Psalm 23:6 Meaning

The Good Shepherd (Part I) | Psalm 23 Bible Study

November 17, 2019 @DannyScottonJr 0

The LORD is our shepherd. Therefore, He has authority over us humble sheep. Moreover, He protects and provides, sustains and secures, guards and guides. Even in trouble, we need not fear; for God is with us. Our ultimate desire should not be God’s presents but God’s presence. 

David's Lovingkindness | 2 Samuel 9 Lesson [Slideshow+]

David’s Lovingkindness | 2 Samuel 9 Lesson [Slideshow+]

November 5, 2019 @DannyScottonJr 0

What do lions do when they take over a pride? They often kill the cubs of the former lion king. Similarly, in the ancient Near East, new kings would often kill off any potential rivals from the former king’s family. Going against cultural norms, however, King David demonstrates his lovingkindness by having King Saul’s grandson eat at his table like a son…