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Disowned (Mark 14:66-72)Michael Bochenski30th April 201718,534 Kb
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Jesus sees through our betrayal, our hypocrisy, our attempts to be good - including Simon Peter's, who disowns Jesus three times. Yet God lifts us up from our failures.
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Betrayed (Mark 14:55-65)Michael Bochenski30th April 201714,247 Kb
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The betrayal of Jesus Christ continues. The Good Shepherd suffers for the sheep. What does it mean to be true for Christ?
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Abandoned (Mark 14:43-54)Peter den Haan23rd April 201712,922 Kb
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Jesus' disciples did not just abandon their Lord when he was arrested: Mark subtly makes clear they abandoned their discipleship. Yet after Good Friday and Easter Sunday, they were restored, redeemed, forgiven, and empowered. That grace and power is still alive with us today.
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Your will, not mine (Mark 14:32-42)Peter den Haan23rd April 201718,422 Kb
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Jesus' agonising prayer in Gethsemane ends: but your will, not mine. He puts the Father in the driving seat of events. What does that look like for us?
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The Father's 'Yes' (Mark 14:12-31)Peter den Haan16th April 201714,431 Kb
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Mark's account of the Lord's Supper underlines that Jesus went to the cross not for those who are worthy of his sacrifice, but for those who are not. Those among us who struggle to enter into the new life Jesus purchased for us need to hear the 'Yes' spoken by the Father in the resurrection, and still spoken today.
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Why do I believe? (Matt 28:1-10)Michael Bochenski16th April 20176,245 Kb
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Why do I believe? Michael outlines four reasons and calls us all to follow Jesus as Saviour and Lord.
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Life is meant to be spent (Mark 14:1-11)Peter den Haan9th April 201720,687 Kb
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Mary broke a whole alabaster jar filled with precious oil and poured it out over Jesus. She spent not just what she had, but who she was, for him. This is what we live for.
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Be ready! (Mark 13:28-37)Michael Bochenski2nd April 201716,626 Kb
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Be ready! The master will return at an hour that you do not know. Let us be those who are prepared, saying Maranatha: come, Lord Jesus!
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Be on your guard! (Mark 13:14-27)Michael Bochenski2nd April 20178,377 Kb
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What to make of the apocalyptic-looking language of Mark 13? Michael unpacks what it means for us today.
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Sonship & Worship (Mark 12:35-44)Peter den Haan26th March 201719,204 Kb
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The story of the widow's penny is preceded by Jesus' self-revelation, and his condemnation of religious ostentation. This leads us to the question - how do we follow God in a world where our acts of faithfulness appear to be pointless?
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The world reads (2 Cor 2:14-3:3)Neil le Tissier12th March 201718,951 Kb
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We follow the victorious King, with a gospel message written on our hearts and lived out that the world may see. Often it is the only bible people will read.
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Politics and gospel (Mark 12:13-17)Michael Bochenski5th March 20179,079 Kb
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Give to Caesar what is Caesar's, and give to God what is God's. Jesus' words lead us to reflect that God's kingdom is both spiritual and political. We need both to have the full gospel.
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Authority (Mark 11:20-33)Michael Bochenski26th February 201720,815 Kb
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To your own self be true; learn to accept some authority; but above all: what God says is far more important than what others say.
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Hosanna! (Mark 11:1-11)Michael Bochenski19th February 201721,873 Kb
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Hosanna! Blessed is the one who comes in the name of the Lord. A reflection on Jesus' triumphal entry: salvation is for the whole of life.
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What must I do? (Mark 10:17-30)Peter den Haan5th February 201718,836 Kb
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\'What must I do to inherit eternal life?\' A very good question indeed. Jesus' answer is not easy, but one of love and grace even so. We are all like the rich young man.
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Admit your struggle (Mark 10:1-12)Michael Bochenski29th January 201718,358 Kb
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Admit your struggle, own up, tell the truth... and ask Jesus about it.
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A glimpse of glory (Mark 9:2-13)Peter den Haan15th January 201719,757 Kb
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The transfiguration of Jesus on the mountain is both awe-inspiring and mystifying. Peter has just confessed of Jesus as the Messiah. Moses and Elijah show up. Peter wants to build booths. The disciples have an odd question about Elijah afterwards. Exploring all these elements, we find there is both great glory and great comfort to be found in these verses.
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Who do you say I am? (Mark 8:27-33)Peter den Haan8th January 201719,055 Kb
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Jesus' question to Peter is one of the most important ones that can be asked, because our faith is not just in an abstract concept like salvation or atonement, not just in a good idea, but in a Person: the person of Jesus Christ.
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