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Seeking the Lost (Luke 15)

A sermon from Casey Gray.

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Clean and Unclean (Mark 7:1-13)

We are in the midst of a section of Mark’s gospel where we are seeing who Jesus is and the response people have to this revelation. Mark 7 opens with another conflict with the religious leaders. Mark has not recorded a conflict with the religious leaders since chapter 3. But you will notice that the location in chapter 7 is Jerusalem, which becomes the place of opposition to Jesus.

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A New Shepherd Arises (Numbers 26-30)

Numbers 26 opens with a reminder of what has just happened in the prior scene. A plague has killed 24,000 Israelites which was sent by God because the people were whoring with the daughters of Moab and sacrificing to their gods (25:1-2). We also noted that we are on the east side of the Jordan River and we are the brink of going into the promised land. The rest of the book of Numbers records the final preparations for entering into the promised land of Canaan.

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Satisfied (Mark 6:30-56)

If you have grown up in the pews then you know about this miracle of feeding the 5000. All four gospels records this miracle. But Mark highlights different things in this miracle when compared to the other accounts. We must remember to make sure that we do not press the message of another gospel account on to this account. This happens all the time and is unfortunately encouraged with a “harmonizing of the gospels.” So we are going to consider what Mark by the Holy Spirit wants us to see in these miracles.

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