Jesus sets a powerful example of discipleship. In this lesson, we notice three practices we can do to follow Jesus like he follows the Father.
Below are some resources that might be helpful. One is an outline for taking notes on the sermon. The other is a manuscript version of the message.
Sermon from Mark 1:32-34
As Mark summarizes the first day of Jesus teaching his new disciples to be "fishers of men," we gain valuable insights to do our part to spread the gospel of the Kingdom of God.
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In this very short episode, Mark shows us what it means to "repent and believe the good news" that the Kingdom of God has come with Jesus Christ. When Jesus heals Peter's mother-in-law of a deadly fever, we learn that he has come to free us from the fear of death. In response, like this woman he healed, our part is to live within the will and the ways of God Jesus teaches his followers. In this way, we live in freedom and in the hope of being raised from the dead someday to live forever with Jesus in heaven.
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