Son of God, Servant of Man: The Gospel According to Mark
What Urgency Demands
The stark contrast in Mark 3:7-19 between the curious masses and 12 committed men gives us insight into the urgency of Christ and his divine compulsion to ensure his Father's mission continues even after it is, in one sense, completed. Dig further into these two concepts in this message by Pastor Todd from Mark 3:7-19.
If anyone deserved to be served, it was Jesus. Yet, he actually became the servant, modeling for us what it looks like to live an intentionally sacrificial life for his Father's glory and the ultimate good of all who would believe. This is what Mark records for us in his Gospel — the Son of God being the servant of man. Explore this second book of the New Testament with First Family this year as we delve into its theme, texts, and topics, seeing how God would have us live as his servants in the footsteps of Jesus.