Kingship of Christ

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For Whom Christ Died

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All of us have had our hand on the cross, heaving it to the place of death, and hoisting Jesus into the air. Jesus died because of all of us. And Jesus died for all of us. No one is automatically saved by Jesus, but everyone can be saved by Jesus because His death is for the world.

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Turning God's Head

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What catches attention on earth isn’t necessarily what catches attention in heaven. God is not looking for the work of your hands but the will of your heart

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All for One, One for All

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Those who are for Jesus have more in common than their differences. We worship the same God and Father, have received the same Spirit, are united with the same baptism into the same body, and look forward with the same hope.

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An Unexpected King

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Jesus was an unexpected king because He was not what people wanted. He was, however, exactly what they needed. This devotional walks you through the life of Jesus, showing the gradual revelation of His ministry, His identity, and His destiny in Mark's Gospel, and how He is the unexpected King we need. 

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Introducing Jesus!

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In introducing Jesus as the Son of God, Mark skips the first 30 years of Jesus’ life and presents Jesus stepping through the curtains of history and onto the world stage at His baptism and temptation.

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Without Honor

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When Jesus returned to His hometown, He experienced rejection, being seen as nothing more than a man. We must not let our own familiarity with Jesus rob us of the wonder of Him.

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An Expected Ending

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The One who left His place in glory and was born an unexpected servant-King would die and rise again so that He would receive all the glory, and sit down at the right hand of God.

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How to Be a Failure

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Our question is not “Will I fail?” but “What will I do with my failure?” The One who knows our weakness has made a way for us to return, no matter what we’ve done.