Sermons For Mark 1;21,28

Sermons for Mark 1;21,28: Mark 1;21

Jesus, going up the mountain and standing on a level place, called to him those he wanted and they came to him. And he appointed twelve (whom he also named apostles) so that they might be with him and that he might send them out to preach and have authority to drive out demons.

Mark 1;28

And after six days Jesus took with him Peter, James, and John the brother of James, and led them up a high mountain apart by themselves; and he was transfigured before them. His face shone like the sun, and his clothes became white as light. And behold, there appeared to them Moses and Elijah talking with him.

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Sermons for Mark 1;21,28

Mark 1:21-28

In Mark 1:21-28, we see Jesus casting out demons and healing people. In this passage, we learn that Jesus’ authority over sin and disease was unique because He laid His hands on them with His own power.

Jesus also showed that He had the power to heal all kinds of diseases by curing everyone who came to Him for help (Mark 1:32). This shows us that He has the power to heal anyone who asks Him for it today as well as tomorrow!

Jesus’ Authority and the Demons’ Acknowledgement

Jesus’ authority and the demons’ acknowledgement

  • The demon acknowledges Jesus’ authority by saying “Jesus, Son of the Most High God.”
  • The demon knows its own identity as a demon. It repeatedly refers to itself as “Legion,” which is a term that was used for large groups of soldiers in Roman times (see Mark 5:9).
  • The demon asks permission from Jesus to possess someone else, presumably because it knows that Jesus has power over it. This request shows respect for Jesus’ power, but also reveals how selfishly he/she wishes to avoid being expelled from this particular person.
  • They quickly comply with Christ when he instructs them not to enter into any man. Their response demonstrates their fear of what will occur if they refuse to obey him (verse 28).

Sermon for Mark 1:21-28 preached in Mufumbwe Township UPCZ by Rev. Njekwa Kaoma

Sermon for Mark 1:21-28 preached in Mufumbwe Township UPCZ by Rev. Njekwa Kaoma

The text: “Jesus Is Baptized by John” (Mark 1:9-11)

Sermon Title: The Ministry of John the Baptist

Sermon Text: “Jesus Is Baptized by John” (Mark 1:9-11)

David Williams, Pastor Sunday, January 21, 2018

Jesus went to the synagogue. He healed many people and taught with authority, casting out demons. He was very popular and had time to pray.

Mark 1:21,28

Sermon for Sunday, January 21, 2018

In this passage, Jesus’ authority is revealed in the events of this passage. The demon possessed man acknowledges Jesus’ authority and says “What have we to do with you, Son of God? Have you come here to torment us before the time?” (Mark 1:24).

Along with casting out demons, Jesus has the power to pardon sins. In fact, because they recognize him as the Son of God, the devils are aware of who he is and that he has authority over them. They beg him not to hurt them when they see him (Mark 5:7). These demons are under Jesus’ control because they understand where his authority originates from, which is above all other authorities or powers (Ephesians 1:21). God himself has given him complete authority, therefore nobody can bring any claims against those who are in his care!

Reviewed Key words used in the lesson

  • exorcism – a ritual used to drive out evil spirits
  • authority – power to exercise control over others; a right or claim to do something
  • synagogue – a Jewish place of worship, especially one that has regular services and is open to everyone, regardless of the level of observance. Synagogues are generally open on the Sabbath for worship and for social events such as meals and classes. In modern usage, the term synagogue also means a congregation or community associated with one particular synagogue. In other countries it may be called by other names such as shul (UK), dortoir (France), kneset (Israel) or gimnazija (Slavic countries).
  • power – ability to do something; strength or force; might
  • Lord – master; owner; ruler; owner’s title for Christ Jesus’ disciples had been given authority over evil spirits: they were able to heal sick people & preach the gospel throughout all Galilee & Samaria without fear because they followed Jesus’ example when he taught them how to cast out demons/evil spirits who caused sickness in people’s bodies using faith in God alone!
  • exorcism – a ritual used to drive out evil spirits
  • authority – power to exercise control over others; a right or claim to do something
  • synagogue – a Jewish place of worship, especially one that has regular services and is open to everyone, regardless of the level of observance. Synagogues are generally open on the Sabbath for worship and for social events such as meals and classes. In modern usage, the term synagogue also means a congregation or community associated with one particular synagogue. In other countries it may be called by other names such as shul (UK), dortoir (France), kneset (Israel) or gimnazija (Slavic countries).
  • power – ability to do something; strength or force; might
  • Jesus’ disciples followed his example when he taught them how to cast out demons/evil spirits who caused sickness in people’s bodies using faith in God alone, and as a result, they were able to heal the sick and preach the gospel throughout all of Galilee and Samaria without fear. They were given authority over evil spirits.

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