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Carmen's Bible Poster Prezi

All you'll need to know in the Gospel according to Mark.
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Carmen C.

on 22 March 2011

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Mark "This is the Good News about Jesus Christ, the Son of God." "After this, Jesus himself sent out through his disciples from the east to the west the sacred and everliving message of eternal salvation." Mark has 16 Chapters. its main theme is: Jesus is the Faithful Servant. Type of Book: a Gospel The time period that this Gospel covers dates back to the 2nd century. The book of Mark comprises of Jesus's Baptism, all the way to His Ascension. This book contains 20 specific miracles of Jesus. Therefore... Summary of Story: The Passover Meal and the Lord's Supper
(Mark 14: 12-26) The religious truth learned in the Gospel of Mark is the Great Commandment which states that we should love God and love our neighbour. This is proven in the story of the Great Commandment (Mark 12: 28-34) when Jesus says to the Israels, "Love the Lord your God with all your heart, with all your soul, with all your mind and with all your strength... Love your neighbour as you love yourself." The story of the Lord's Supper is one that everybody is familiar with and one that everybody can relate to. Every Sunday when we go to mass, we always receive the the body and blood of Christ: the Eucharist. However, I cannot really relate to the Eucharist in this way. Because I am not Catholic, I do not go to Church on Sundays. I can really relate to the Lord's supper during masses at school and through religion class. In elementary, I also attended a Cathloic school. Therefore, I learned much about the Eucharist and Jesus' many miracles. It is in this way that I can relate to the story of the Lord's supper. This story takes place before and during the Passover Meal when Jesus eats with his disciples. This story starts off when Jesus' 12 disciples go into town to prepare the Passover meal for the night of. When they were all gathered at the table that evening, Jesus spoke of the one who would betray Him and consequences that he would face. Next, this story talks of the Eucharist, when Jesus took the bread and the cup of wine and gave it to his disciples; the bread symbolizing His body and the wine symbolizing His blood. Jesus tells his disciples that this was the blood of which God's covenant would be sealed. The Lord's Supper ends with Jesus and his disciples singing hyms and going to the Mount of Olives. Another religious truth learned in Mark is that God teaches us through Jesus and that we gradually develop faith in God. Although we might face hardships in life, our faith in God will put us back on track. I can also relate to the Gospel of Mark as a whole. Mark is all about our growing of faith in God. Through all of Jesus's miracles, His people grew in faith, they believed fully in the Lord our God. This is exactly what we are trying to achieve as Christrians. We are on a journey to be closer to God so that we can be with Him in heaven. Yes, it is true that at times, we doubt God and his miracles. However, Jesus' teachings and miracles in the Gospel of Mark shows us that believing in God and putting all our trust in Him will tighten our relationship Him. The first verse of Mark is: The last verse of Mark is: Religious Truth in Mark How I can relate to Mark... THE END. I hope you've learned much about the Gospel of Mark. Jesus Heals a Boy
with an Evil Spirit Jesus Blesses Little Children Jesus Heals the Sick in Gennesaret Jesus Feeds Five Thousand Jairus' Daughter Literary forms found in Mark include sermons and parables.
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