TPT The Book of Mark

TPT The Book of Mark

12-Lesson Study Guide

By Brian Simmons

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The book of Mark is an explosive account of Jesus’ miraculous life. Mark highlights the many miracles of Jesus, illustrating the beautiful union of divine power and overwhelming mercy as he healed, taught, and saved the lost. This gospel reveals the Suffering Servant and transforms us into his fervent followers.
 
This 12-lesson study guide on the book of Mark provides a unique and welcoming opportunity to immerse yourself in God’s precious Word as expressed in The Passion Translation®. Begin your journey with a thorough introduction that details the authorship of Mark, date of composition, first recipients, setting, purpose, central message, and key themes. Each lesson then walks you through a portion from the book and includes features such as notable verses, historical and cultural background information, definitions of words and language, cross references to other books of the Bible, maps, and character portraits of figures from the Bible and church history.
 
Enrich your biblical understanding of the book of Mark, experience God’s love for you, and share his heart with others.

ISBN 9781424566259

2023-01-03

176 Pages

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Brian Simmons

Brian Simmons is known as a passionate lover of God. After a dramatic conversion to Christ, Brian knew that God was calling him to go to the unreached people of the world and present the gospel of God’s grace to all who would listen. With his wife Candice and their three children, he spent nearly eight years in the tropical rain forest of the Darien Province of Panama as a church planter, translator, and consultant. Brian was involved in the Paya-Kuna New Testament translation project and studied linguistics and Bible translation principles with New Tribes Mission. Brian is now working to complete a new translation of the Scripture from the ancient Hebrew, Aramaic, and Greek . . .

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