We’ve heard so many instances of Jesus healing people up until this point, but there’s something different about this instance of healing.
In this scripture, before the disciples witness this miracle, you see a God who sees and cares for His children.
Just prior to these verses, Jesus was hatefully run out of his hometown, lost his beloved cousin to a brutal beheading, and was hungry and exhausted.
Read: Mark 5:25–34 Reflect: I wonder how she felt as she left to find him. Was she hopeful? Still in despair? Did she feel like a fool for trying again? The woman in Mark 5:25–34 was suffering physically (she had been bleeding for 12 years), financially (she spent all of her money on doctors), and […]
At first glance, the account of the demon-possessed man might seem outdated and irrelevant, but is it?
Have you ever wondered if Jesus really cares? We’ve all felt this insecurity and concern. Even Jesus’ disciples wondered this.
In Mark 3, Jesus was fully aware of the Pharisees’ stringent Sabbath rules, yet intentionally chose this day to perform a miraculous healing.
Those who saw the paralyzed man jump up and walk out of the house were stunned. Of course, they were.