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Mark 14:1-11 - January 25, 2019

THe Plot to kill Jesus

Read Mark 14:1-11

  1. Why did the chief priests and scribes seek to arrest Jesus and kill him after the feast? (v. 1–2)
    1. Based on what you know from earlier in Mark, what motivated their plot to kill Jesus?
  2. Whose house is Jesus staying at in Bethany? (v. 3)
    1. Why does Jesus associate with a leper like Simon instead of the religious leaders?
  3. What does the woman do to Jesus at the house? (v. 4–9)
    1. How much did the ointment cost?
    2. What was the response of those at the house?
    3. What was the response of Jesus?
      1. How can Jesus place himself above the poor?
  4. Who does Judas Iscariot go to after this? (v. 10–11)
    1. Why does he go to them? 
    2. What did they promise him?

Application:

  1. What can we learn from the anonymous woman about commitment to following Jesus?
    1. Money is mentioned twice in the passage, once with the woman and once with Judas. What is different about their use of money?
  2. Judas Iscariot sought to betray Jesus after following him as one of the twelve disciples. How can you guard against turning against Jesus?
    1. How does the local church help you stand firm until the end?
    2. Who are you helping see and savor Jesus Christ as the Messiah?
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Mark 13:1-37 - January 11, 2019

sign's of the kingdoms culmination 

Read Mark 13:1-37

  1. In Mk 11 Jesus cleansed the temple, now what does he warn the disciples of?
  2. After Jesus foretold the destruction of the temple, what question did Peter, James, John, and Andrew ask him?
    1. Why does Jesus tell them to be on guard? 
  3. What does Jesus warn them of in v. 5-23?
    1. What exhortations does Jesus give in these verses? (Look at v. 5, 9, 13, 14, 18, 21, and 23)
  4. What hope is given to those who persevere in v. 24-27?
  5. After sharing a lesson from the fig tree, Jesus warns the disciples in v. 32-37. What similar warnings does he that appeared earlier in the chapter?

Application:

  1. Jesus doesn't answer every speculative question we have. What is the purpose of Jesus' teaching here?
    1. How can we encourage one another to faithfulness?
  2. What encouragement can believers find in this passage?
  3. Which members of the church do you spur on to endure until the end?
  4. Who encourages you to be faithful to Christ until his second coming?
  5. How can you grow in encouraging the church to follow Christ?

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