Summary of Mark 10. They came to the farther side of Jordan. The Pharisees asked if it was lawful for a man to put away his wife. Jesus responded to them. Little children were brought to him, and Jesus said to suffer the little children who come to him. A rich man came to him, and asked how he may inherit eternal life. Jesus responded for him to follow him.
Summary of Mark 15. They bound Jesus and delivered him to Pilate. And Pilate asked him about the accusations, but Jesus did not answer. Now it was custom during this time that Pilate release a prisoner. The choice was Barabbas or Jesus. The crowd answered release Barabbas, and crucify Jesus. Pilate, willing to content the people, did as they asked.
Summary of Mark 13. Jesus said that the temple would be destroyed. His disciples asked about the signs of end times. Jesus said there would be deceivers, rumors, earthquakes, persecution, betrayal, haters, desolation, affliction, false prophets, and tribulation. And then they shall see the Son of man coming in the clouds. Jesus then told the parable of the fig tree.
Summary of Mark 16. When the sabbath was past, Mary Magdalene, Mary the mother of James, and Salome brought sweet spices to anoint the body of Jesus. At the tomb they saw the stone was rolled away and inside was a young man in a white garment. He said that Jesus is risen. Go tell the disciples. Jesus first appeared to Mary Magdalene. Later appeared to two men as they walked in the country.
Summary of Mark 14. The chief priest and scribes conspired to kill Jesus. At the house of Simon a woman poured ointment on Jesus' head. Judas Iscariot went to the chief priests to betray Jesus. The night of the passover Jesus and the twelve did eat. Jesus broke bread with the disciples. And they drank of the new testament. They then went to the mount of Olives.
Summary of Mark 12. Jesus began to speak in parable. Jesus tells of the parable of the ungrateful tenants. The scribes then ask Jesus about paying tribute to Caesar. The Sadduces then asked Jesus about death and resurrection. The scribes then asked Jesus which is the first commandment. Jesus said that it is Love the Lord thy God with all thy heart, and the second being love your neighbor.
Summary of Mark 2. Jesus entered Capernaum again and at house many gathered where we was preaching. There he healed a man of palsy. The scribes questioned whether Jesus could forgive sins. Jesus confirmed to them that the Son of man has the power to forgive sins as he has the power to heal. Jesus then went to the seaside and taught the multitude.
Summary of Mark 6. Jesus taught at the synagogue on the sabbath. Many were astonished saying that was he not just a carpenter. He marveled at their unbelief. He gave the disciples the power over unclean spirits. They went out, preached, cast out devils, and healed the sick. King Herod heard of Jesus thinking he was John the Baptist risen from the dead.
Summary of Mark 7. The Pharisees and scribes found fault with the disciples eating with unclean hands. Jesus said that people honor God with their lips, but not their hearts. They reject the commandments over their traditions. Then he called the people and said that only what comes out of a man defiles him. For out of the heart comes many evil things.
Summary of Mark 9. Jesus with Peter, James, and John went to the mountain where Jesus was transfigured before them. Elias with Moses appeared talking to Jesus. They then came down from the mountain to the other disciples. Then they saw a great multitude. A man with a dumb spirit was brought forward who the disciples could not cast out. Jesus then cast out the dumb and deaf spirit.
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