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  • Andy G van den Berg on Mark 6
    Mark 6:12.

    The word 'Repent' means a lot more than what by nature people have been conditioned to believe. it is the key principle of all the teachings of Jesus Christ and the axiom (basis) of the Word of God and a prerequisite and primary requirement for the salvation of mankind. Actually, it means the changing of spirits - to change from darkness to light and from the power of Satan unto God (Acts 26:18).

    For a better understanding and the 'spiritual truth' what it means to 'Repent' and how people have been deceived (Revelation 12:9), we invite you to review the article 'Repent' on a world deceived.ca
  • Lawrence R Graham on Mark 6:3
    So one could believe the book of Mormon and his time of carpentry being that this was the family buisness
  • Andrew Kingsly Raj - in Reply on Mark 6:3
    In replying Lawrence R Graham,

    Galatians 1:8 But though we, or an angel from heaven, preach any other gospel unto you than that which we have preached unto you, let him be accursed.

    The book of Mormon is not from God. It comes from a fallen angel. So you should stop follow Mormonism. Bible is enough.

    Jesus christ always remind us the existence of Hell. But the book of Mormon says there is no Hell. And they also equal themselves with God which is unbiblical. Once upon a day Satan wants to equal himself with God and want to sit above his thron. It is the reason he fall from heaven.

    Revelation 22:18

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    For I testify unto every man that heareth the words of the prophecy of this book, If any man shall add unto these things, God shall add unto him the plagues that are written in this book:

    19 And if any man shall take away from the words of the book of this prophecy, God shall take away his part out of the book of life, and out of the holy city, and from the things which are written in this book.

    20 He which testifieth these things saith, Surely I come quickly. Amen. Even so, come, Lord Jesus.
  • Mishael - in Reply on Mark 6:3
    No offense, but you have a religion. If your God is not Jesus, the Word of God; who Created the World...

    And your Bible is a Book of Mormon?

    At this late date in the history of man; you should seek the God of the Bible. There is no salvation by any other NAME. You have to repent, receive Jesus, and confess your salvation to others.

    Study a KJV version of the Bible. Start in 1, 2, 3, John in the back, in front of Revelation.
  • John taylor on Mark 6:4
    How true this statement of Jesus. For 45 years I have seen this happen, but when I have gone to other country's God shows up. Haiti: The town where witchcraft has thrived the most, has been turned upside down by the Gospel. But in my own home church, they go on as if there was no God to answer to. Even after writing, Revival or Apostatize, a book showing where the church is at and the remedy, it was shunned and I placed in a corner.

    We have more fear for the virus then we do the judgement.
  • Zann on Mark 6
    Mark 6:48, In the world, God, watches over us. and He knows when we are 'toiling in rowing'. He knows when the circumstances Wind are contrary to us. But God wants us to have faith. and God will walk to us.. but we must have faith and be mindful to not look elsewhere but only to God, with prayer..
  • Vanessa on Mark 6
    Christ not only fed the lost sheep but he fed their souls first, he used little, we need to remember waste not want not for how many suffer in hunger in all the nations. we have people waste on foolish items more worried about their looks then those in need. If God blessed you then he trusted you to use it for his purpose. Christ sent his apostle out with nothing imagine that today. God Bless
  • Obbie Beal on Mark 6
    50 For they all saw him, and were troubled. And immediately he talked with them, and saith unto them, Be of good cheer: it is I; be not afraid. (how quickly we will resort to 'fear' when faced with unexpected unknown explainable circumstances in /of life; we humans are so fragile mentality /spiritually as then also in 2019; BUT we are reminded by Jesus to BE OF GOOD CHEER at /in those moments.
  • Stan jett on Mark 6
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    Is not this the carpenter, the son of Mary, the brother of James, and Joses, and of Juda, and Simon? and are not his sisters here with us? And they were offended at him.
    I would like to have a footstool that he made. I'm sure he made great wood works. Er, He also made the world and all that is in it.
  • Obbie Beal on Mark 6
    34 And Jesus, when he came out, saw much people, and was moved with compassion toward them, because they were as sheep not having a shepherd. (2018, the world is the same as then; every ...
  • BSP on Mark 6
    Verse 34~Jesus had deep concern and compassion for the people. We can be sure that he still has that same concern and love for people today.
  • Eutychus on Mark 6
    Consider the logistics in vs 44...5,000 men, divided into sub-groups of 50, were served by 12 disciples...

    That means that each disciple was required to carry, and to pass out and to serve 8.33 groups of 50 (not counting women and children). That might well qualify as a miracle in itself!
  • Stanjett - in Reply on Mark 6
    Pass the bread. I think that's what they did. Take some and pass it on down the line. Something like giving of tites in church.
  • A disciple on Mark 6
    "And the king was exceeding sorry; yet for his oath's sake, and for their sakes which sat with him, he would not reject her." Just BEING SORRY is not repentance if there's nothing in the heart that would act on the Word of God and be converted. Sitting day after day in a stew of conviction, but never getting up and coming to Jesus to get right with God, will only add to the evil of a damned life.
  • A disciple on Mark 6
    "and many hearing him were astonished, saying, From whence hath this man these things?" How are people more readily inclined to believe evil! God means good to raise up His Saints from among the people, of their own children and their neighbors' children; but His love is scoffed at and wickedly maligned, and the one raised up and sent to them is a scandal to them! Woe to them who call good evil!
  • Obbie Beal on Mark 6
    WOW! In verse 11 above, Jesus mention those ancient /destroyed cities Sodom and Gomorrah, plus He warns us there is 'the day of judgement coming. WOW!
  • A disciple on Mark 6
    "..and many hearing him were astonished, saying, From whence hath this man these things?.." I think that people too easily excuse each other's faults and evil ways. We could just say about them, "Familiarity breeds contempt;" and let them go for their disbelief: but is that really the way God looks at them? If God raises up His servants from among any people; it is not for them to despise them.
  • Evangelist, Jessie on Mark 6
    Mark 6th Chapter!
    When I read how John was beheaded because he preached the truth. The word have not changed. John was not looking to please man . Therefore he became a true witness for Jesus Christ. We the people of God must never yield to the worlds ways. God has chose us to hold up his name amen.
  • BSP on Mark 6
    Verse 11 tells us how to react when people reject our message. We are simply to shake the dust off our feet and leave. There is no need to argue.
  • Bob corrigan on Mark 6:11
    When the Jews traveled back to Israel from lands they considered pagan. they would shake off the dust of the pagan lands as it was considered unholy and rejected by God. So, when Jesus commanded to shake the dust off the feet when a village or city rejected the disciples, it was a statement that God would reject and condemn that village or city. In Acts 13:49-51, we see Paul and Barnabas, "shaking the dust off their feet" toward the Jews stirring up trouble.
  • Ace on Mark 6
    Avsje Lazarus believed in his lifetime, therefore Jesus accepted his faith and rose him from the dead. The demon-possessed man would have believed if he were not in his situation, as evidenced by his request to be a disciple. It's different when a person has faith and is just incapacitated - Jesus honors that. It's unbelief that makes him not want to perform miracles. The conditions aren't right. Of course, he could, but he has a requirement and will not extend his grace to those who do not deserve it.
  • Avsje on Mark 6:5
    Jesus did not do mighty miracles because of their lack of faith in Him. He raised Lazarus from the dead when no one had faith, neither did Lazarus because he was dead. Jesus casted out demons when the man had no faith, for the demon had taken over and was in full control. There was always a reason why Jesus did what he did. Of course, Jesus has the power to heal the world, but while in his home town, he marveled at their unbelief. For by faith are we made whole. So, does our lack of faith prevent Jesus from healing or does it prevent our bodies from being healed?
  • Bozki on Mark 6
    The Multitude Amazed, Wondered and followed Jesus because of the Miracle He has Done, Just like us, we only believe God because of the miraculous things He has done in our life, But God wants us to believe and have Faith in him of who He is and what are His capable of. Renew our Mind Believe and have Faith in God not by his work but by Who HE is.
  • Lawanda on Mark 6:31
    Jesus knowing how much even we ourselves over work, calls us aside to rest a while, which reminds me of the Sabbath which was set apart for us to rest with the Lord of the Sabbath and be refreshed to carry on through out the rest of the week.Thankful the offer still stands for us today rest in Jesus there is no better rest. Amen
  • Anonymous on Mark 6:11
    If a person don t accept the word in the day of visitation you may not get that chance again Don t give that which is good to dog or cast your pearls before swains It will be judgement for that person when Christ return
  • Charles Huggins on Mark 6:32
    The question was where is the desert place mentioned in Mark 6:32
  • Melanie on Mark 6:3
    some people have cast doubt in whether Jesus was a carpenter like Joseph, but this verse leaves no doubt. Clearly it was a family business and is what he was trained to do. It was what he grew up with.
  • Lou on Mark 6
    Jesus is our Savior and John was covered by the same blood of the Lord. Jesus used prayer as the weapon toward all corruption. And Father God placed John Baptist in a certain position. Just like all of us who reject Christ we r in a certain position of a test. Reading the book of Mark it showed the love and compassion Jesus have on His people. Even when Herod did not understand the consequence of a promise to his daughter. Its details how we wont back down. Example God tried to direct us to the right spouse. But due to saving face on what others would say. We marry the wrong spouse. Then we r beaten up and depress we call on God our Lord Jesus Christ. Re-read Verses 4-34. And look in our mirror to see the real truth of self. Jesus prayed all the time. Then He waited for the answer from His Father. The answer to the writer Brimerfrancis. This chapter is a true blessing. Remember saints this is not our world we r just living in it. What is our position?
  • AJANI BAMIDELE M on Mark 6:31
    "come with me and get some rest"- Mark 6 v.31
  • Blessing dzikira on Mark 6
    You may walk, dine with and be part of Christ's Church yet without personal revelation of who He is-"that I may know Him and the power of His resurrection."


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