The Gospel of Mark: The King Has Conquered

This is my current Sunday morning series, and I post the latest sermon notes each Monday.


Background

Sermons

The Son of Man Must Suffer | Mark 8:31-9:1

He Was Transfigured Before Them | Mark 9:2-13

I Believe; Help My Unbelief! | Mark 9:14-29

Salted with Fire | Mark 9:30-50

Let Not Man Separate | Mark 10:1-12

Let the Children Come to Me | Mark 10:13-16

Then Who Can Be Saved? | Mark 10:17-31

The Ransom for Many | Mark 10:32-45

Son of David, Have Mercy on Me! | Mark 10:46-52

Hosanna! | Mark 11:1-11

A Den of Robbers | Mark 11:12-26

The Parable of the Tenants | Mark 11:27-12:12

Render to Caesar the Things That Are Caesar’s | Mark 12:13-17

They Neither Marry Nor Are Given in Marriage | Mark 12:18-27

Not Far from the Kingdom | Mark 12:28-34

The Lord Said to My Lord | Mark 12:35-44

Wars and Rumors of Wars | Mark 13:1-8

The One Who Endures to the End Will Be Saved | Mark 13:9-13

The Abomination of Desolation | Mark 13:14-23

Heaven and Earth Will Pass Away | Mark 13:24-31

Stay Awake | Mark 13:32-37

Anointed for Burial | Mark 14:1-11

This Is My Body | Mark 14:12-25

Remove This Cup from Me | Mark 14:26-42

Let the Scriptures Be Fulfilled | Mark 14:43-52

Two High Priests | Mark 14:53-65

You Will Deny Me Three Times | Mark 14:66-72

Are You the King of the Jews? | Mark 15:1-15

And They Crucified Him | Mark 15:16-32

My God, My God, Why Have You Forsaken Me? | Mark 15:33-38

Courage in the Face of Despair | Mark 15:39-47

He Has Risen! | Mark 16:1-8

Further Reading

Expository Thoughts on Mark | J. C. Ryle

Mark: An Expositional Commentary | R. C. Sproul

The Gospel According to Mark | G. Campbell Morgan

King’s Cross | Timothy Keller

Mark: Jesus, Servant and Savior | R. Kent Hughes

ESV Expository Commentary Vol VIII: Matthew-Luke