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21 Then Iesus beholding him, loued him, and said vnto him, One thing thou lackest; Goe thy way, sell whatsoeuer thou hast, and giue to the poore, and thou shalt haue treasure in heauen, and come, take vp the crosse & folow me.
29 And Iesus answered, and said, Uerily I say vnto you, There is no man that hath left house, or brethren, or sisters, or father, or mother, or wife, or children, or lands, for my sake, and the Gospels,
32 ∂ And they were in the way going vp to Hierusalem: and Iesus went before them, and they were amazed, and as they followed, they were afraid: and he tooke againe the twelue, and began to tell them what things should happen vnto him,
33 Saying, Behold, we go vp to Hierusalem, and the Sonne of man shall be deliuered vnto the chiefe Priests, and vnto the Scribes: and they shall condemne him to death, and shall deliuer him to the Gentiles.
42 But Iesus called them to him, and saith vnto them, Yee know that they which are accompted to rule ouer the Gentiles, exercise Lordship ouer them: and their great ones exercise authoritie vpon them.
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Fuller Ming's Mark Chapter 10 comment about verse 7 on 5/26/2013, 5:42pm...
I can't separate Mark 10:7 from Mark 10:8, they strongly belong together.... "...and the two become one flesh". The biology, physiology, and emotional and psychological bonding that God has designed into mankind is for a man and a woman to be married - one man, one woman, for life. My feelings or desires for multiple women or for a man in this intimate and life-long bonding relationship is restricted to one man and one woman for life, regardless of reproductive results. One flesh can imply child, but this same language is used in 1 Corinthians 6:16 with regard to having sex with a prostitute - ONE FLESH, and clearly a child is not the byproduct. As human beings, we must RESTRICT ourselves from all kinds of desires, wants, wishes, and urges. It is healthy and good. One flesh is all encompassing, involving the whole human being - not just our bodies but also our emotions, desires, heart, mind, and even dreams. We mess up with this, and we are simply in pain, confused, hurt, frustrated, and a bunch of other negative emotions; and we often deal with these things for much of our lives when we don't restrict ourselves to one man and one woman for life when it comes to sexual activity.
Don Farmer, Jr.'s Mark Chapter 10 comment about verse 18 on 4/17/2013, 6:13am...
The rich young ruler called Jesus good. Jesus responds: There is none good but God. The point is: Since there is none good but God, if Jesus is good, then He must be God. There is no denying that Jesus is good. He does not just do good things, He is good. He is inherently good because of His deity. Because of this, had the rich young ruler fully believed who He was and trusted Him, he would have been willing to do anything Jesus asked him to do.
Steve's Mark Chapter 10 comment about verse 21 on 3/06/2013, 1:18pm...
He loved him. He demonstrated that love for him by telling him what he must do in order to worship and become a disciple. The rich young ruler could have had vast satisfaction and blessing in obedience, but rather chose to be rich, how sad. He could have had great comfort in knowing he had forsaken all for The Master. Instead he doubtless lived a life of misery, never being satisfied with the wealth he loved more than his Savior.
Do we repeat this same mistake? Surely this man was a child of God for Jesus 'loved him'. Nevertheless, his selfishness hindered his joy in this time world.
Afam's Mark Chapter 10 comment about verse 18 on 2/06/2013, 10:04am...
You guys are entirely missing the point. Jesus is God. Him and the father are one. He is the express image of the father. The perfect imprint. The very icon of the father. Jesus in addressing the man, told him no one is good but God. Why? Look at the previous verse 17. This very man called him good teacher only because he witnessed his acts and not because he was convinced he was son of God. Jesus was trying to tell the man that one is good not because of only his outward act but also that he possesses the nature of God. There is a difference between right living and righteousness. You can only live right if you have the righteousness of God. The righteousness of God is the expression of the nature and will of God. Christ gave full expression to that. After all, itís God that judges what is right and wrong. You have to know the will of God to know that. You can't just see a man and say he is good if you don't have the correct standard to judge by which is the will and nature of God. When you receive Christ, this is given to you as a gift. Only then can you rightly judge. Please study your bible very well. Spiritual things are foolishness to the natural man, 1 Corinth 2:14.
Jay's Mark Chapter 10 comment on 12/18/2012, 11:10am...
@Laoshang and Grant,
In verse 18:
1. Jesus is the son of God and he is God manifest in the flesh, read John;
2. God calls men throughout biblical history:
a. Man of God;
c. One after my own heart; etc..
I do not recall God calling any man good. You need to look through the eyes God. We are all sinners in need of redemption and only Jesus deserves to be called good because he is the sinless lamb of God that taketh away the sins of the world.
Jay's Mark Chapter 10 comment on 12/18/2012, 10:59am...
On verse 11:
1. This statement is true under the law which at this time in history they were still under until the cross. Under grace in the church age the qualifications for divorce without spiritual consequences changes a little.
2. All things before salvation are forgiven by God and remembered no more;
3. Desertion in I Corinthians 7:10-15 is not held against the one who has been deserted.
Jay's Mark Chapter 10 comment on 12/18/2012, 10:43am...
On Verse 15, the kingdom of God is a spiritual kingdom (Romans 14:17) not physical as is the kingdom of heaven. The holy spirit is simply informing us that any person wanting to enter the kingdom of God must enter with the faith of little children that have believing minds and receptive hearts (souls). Remember both kingdoms; of God and of heaven are in Jesus Christ.
Tony's Mark Chapter 10 comment about verse 15 on 10/12/2012, 4:35am...
I interpret this as meaning that we should accept the Kingdom of God in good faith and trust, and not subject it to scrutiny and endless debate.
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