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Jesus Christ is the Messiah and long awaited
saviour that was prophesied throughout the
Old Testament. Overall, Mark says says Jesus is the most important person ever to live because he is the saviour and the redeemer. How does Mark Present Jesus? Jesus is presented as a devout Jew by
Mark in his gospel. It presented
Jesus as a simple man, but also a man of
great power and wisdom. "The Son of Man" was presented as a figure of some authority. This is evident through the
way he performed miracles. However, he presented as much more humanin Mark's Gospel than he is
in Luke and John's. They build a lot on Mark's presentation of Jesus and present him
as a different person. Jesus' purpose was fulfilled
when he died on the cross
for our sins. The quote "For even
the son of man did not come to
be served, but to serve, and to give
his life as a ransom for many"
(Mark 10:45) demonstrates this
who do you say jesus is? Jesus is an extremely important figure in my life because I have grown up learning the morals and messages in his parables. He serves as a guide to me and to all on life's paths and journeys and is there for every choice I make. He is the model of correct human life that God intended me and everyone to follow. bibliography Unknown, 2002. GOSPEL OF MARK - MORE GOOD NEWS. Accessed 13th June. http://www.allaboutjesuschrist.org/gospel-of-mark.htm Kevin Knight, 2009. GOSPEL OF SAINT MARK. Accessed 15th June. http://www.newadvent.org/cathen/09674b.htm thankyou