Why are you so afraid?

THE BOOK OF MARK

February 25, 2018

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Most of us are all too familiar with fear and anxiety. "Why are you so afraid?" Jesus asks in chapter four of Mark's gospel. Sure, the disciples had every storm-raging reason to be fearful that day in the boat - but Jesus is calling them - and us - into a deeper dimension of faith.
 
Join us this weekend for a rich worship experience and a life-giving message from the New Testament book of Mark.
 
Questions For A Modern-Day Skeptic: "Why are you so afraid?"
 

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Questions for the Modern Day Skeptic

“Why are you so afraid?”
Mark 4:35-41


 

      Get in the boat!

 

 

     

      Jesus may have his head on his pillow, but
      God is not asleep

 

 

 


      Ain’t no fear like the fear of God fear

  • Genesis 1:1-5

 

 

 

 

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Most of us are all too familiar with fear and anxiety. "Why are you so afraid?" Jesus asks in chapter four of Mark’s gospel. Sure, the disciples had every storm-raging reason to be fearful that day in the boat – but Jesus is calling them – and us – into a deeper dimension of faith.


THE BOOK OF MARK - questions for the modern day skeptic


As you read each day’s scriptures, think about these questions:

  • What did Jesus do and say?
  • What did the disciples/people do and say?
  • In light of these, what is God inviting me to do and say?

MONDAY: Mark 5:21-43

TUESDAY: Mark 6:1-29

WEDNESDAY: Mark 6:30-56

THURSDAY: Mark 7:1-23

FRIDAY: Mark 7:24-36

SATURDAY: Mark 8:1-21

SUNDAY: Today we encourage you to talk over what God has revealed to you this week through your Lenten journal and worship with a friend, spouse or life group.

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Mark 4:35-41

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