Mark Chapter 5

Mark 5:1 MKJV  And they came over to the other side of the sea, to the country of the Gadarenes. They came to the eastern shore, but not even there was the Lord destined to find peace or rest. Into the country of the Gerasenes. Matthew in the parallel account says Gadarenes. The explanation is easy. Gerasa,

Mark Chapter 7

Mar 7:1 MKJV  And the Pharisees and some of the scribes came together to Him, having come from Jerusalem. Having come from Jerusalem: This was another “official delegation” of religious leaders from Jerusalem, coming to evaluate the ministry of Jesus. We saw a previous delegation in Mar_3:22, and they pronounced a harsh, condemning judgment against Jesus. This

Gospel of Mark Chapter 6

Mark Chapter 6  Mar 6:1 KJV  And he went out from thence, and came into his own country; and his disciples follow him. Our Lord now left the neighbourhood of Capernaum, and came into his own country, the district of Nazareth, where he had been, not born indeed, but brought up, and where his kinsfolk after the

Mark Chapter 4

Mark 4:1 MKJV  And He began again to teach by the seaside. And there was a great crowd gathered to Him, so that He entered into a boat and sat in the sea. And the whole crowd was on the land by the seaside. The foregoing chapter began with Christ’s entering into the synagogue (Mar_4:1); this chapter begins

Mark Chapter 3

Mark 3:1 MKJV  And He again entered into the synagogue. And a man was there who had a withered hand. Perhaps in Capernaum, where he had before cast out the unclean spirit; but not on the same day, nor on that day he had had the debate with the Pharisees, about his disciples plucking the ears

Mark Chapter 2

Mar 2:1  And again He entered into Capernaum after some days. And it was heard that He was in a house. In Mark 1, Jesus spent a busy day in Capernaum, and then went on a preaching tour all around the cities of Galilee. Now he returns to the fishing town right on the shores of the Sea of Galilee, where

Mark Chapter 1

Mark 1:1 MKJV  The beginning of the gospel of Jesus Christ, the Son of God: When Bible translators go to a people who have never had the Scriptures in their own language, they usually begin by translating the Gospel of Mark. Mark is the most translated book in all the world. One reason is because it is the