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EVANGELICAL BIBLE COLLEGE OF WESTERN AUSTRALIA


GOSPEL OF MARK.



VOLUME 2.

[CHAPTERS 5-8]

by

DR PETER MOSES

Revised by Dr John C McEwan

[BOOK 71-2]

REVISED 7 OCTOBER 2013
WHO IS JESUS CHRIST?
Professor Simon Greenleaf was one of the most eminent lawyers of all time. His “Laws of Evidence” for many years were accepted by all States in the United States as the standard methodology for evaluating cases. He was teaching law at a university in the United States when one of his students asked Professor Greenleaf if he would apply his “Laws of Evidence” to evaluate an historical figure. When Greenleaf agreed to the project he asked the student who was to be the subject of the review. The student replied that the person to be examined would be Jesus Christ. Professor Greenleaf agreed to undertake the examination of Jesus Christ and as a result, when he had finished the review, Simon Greenleaf personally accepted the Lord Jesus Christ as his Saviour.
Professor Greenleaf then sent an open letter to all jurists in the United States jurists saying in part “I personally have investigated one called Jesus Christ. I have found the evidence concerning him to be historically accurate. I have also discovered that Jesus Christ is more than a human being, he is either God or nothing and having examined the evidence it is impossible to conclude other than he is God. Having concluded that he is God I have accepted him as my personal Saviour. I urge all members of the legal profession to use the “Laws of Evidence” to investigate the person of the Lord Jesus Christ and if you find that he is wrong expose him as a faker but if not consider him as your Saviour and Lord”
HOW CAN I BE SAVED?
Salvation is available for all members of the human race.

Salvation is the most important undertaking in all of God's universe. The salvation of sinners is never on the basis of God's merely passing over or closing His eyes to sin. God saves sinners on a completely righteous basis consistent with the divine holiness of His character. This is called grace. It relies on God so man cannot work for salvation, neither can he deserve it. We need to realise that the creation of this vast unmeasured universe was far less an undertaking than the working out of God's plan to save sinners.


However the acceptance of God's salvation by the sinner is the most simple thing in all of life. One need not be rich, nor wise, nor educated. Age is no barrier nor the colour of one's skin. The reception of the enormous benefits of God's redemption is based upon the simplest of terms so that there is no one in all this wide universe who need be turned away.
How do I become a Christian?

There is but one simple step divided into three parts. First of all I have to recognise that I am a sinner (Romans 3:23; 6:23; Ezekiel 18:4; John 5:24).


Secondly, realising that if I want a relationship with Almighty God who is perfect, and recognising that I am not perfect, I need to look to the Lord Jesus Christ as the only Saviour (I Corinthians 15:3; 1 Peter 2:24; Isaiah 53:6; John 3:16).
Thirdly, by the exercise of my own free will I personally receive the Lord Jesus Christ as my Saviour, believing that He died personally for me and that He is what He claims to be in an individual, personal and living way (John 1:12; 3:36; Acts 16:31; 4:12).
The results of Salvation

The results of this are unbelievably wonderful:

My sins are taken away (John 1:29),

I possess eternal life now (I John 5:11,12),

I become a new creature in Christ (2 Corinthians 5:17),

The Holy Spirit takes up His residence in my life (I Corinthians 6:19),



And I will never perish (John 10:28-30).
This truthfully is life's greatest transaction. This is the goal of all people; this is the ultimate of our existence. We invite and exhort any reader who has not become a Christian by trusting in the Lord Jesus Christ to follow these simple instructions and be born again eternally into God's family (Matthew 11:28; John 1:12; Acts 4:12; 16:31).
© Evangelical Bible College of Western Australia 2004 - PO Box 163 Armadale Western Australia 6992
Many other Christian resources are available freely from our internet web site: www.ebcwa.org.au and www.newstartbibleministries.org.au for weekly messages.
For further information contact Dr Peter Moses at PO Box 163 Armadale WA 6992 or email Brian Huggett brianhuggett@bigpond.com.au
We encourage you to freely copy and distribute these materials to your Pastor and friends. You only, need written permission from EBCWA if you intend using the materials in publications for resale. We encourage wide distribution freely!
NOTE: In this volume the text of the Gospel of Mark is reviewed verse by verse but parallel texts are noted at the start of each section and the application and doctrines relate to the whole story by using material from the other gospels. For composite evaluation please see Harmony of the Gospels volumes.
CONTENTS



VERSES

SECTION

PAGE













CHAPTER 5













5:1-20

THE DEMONIACS OF GADARA

3










5:21-43

RAISING OF JAIRUS' DAUGHTER

14













CHAPTER 6













6:1-6A

SECOND REJECTION AT NAZARETH

22










6:6B-13

NAMES AND MISSION OF THE TWELVE

28










6:14-16

HEROD AND JOHN THE BAPTIST’S DEATH

35










6:17-20

IMPRISONMENT OF JOHN THE BAPTIST

40










6:21-29

DEATH OF JOHN THE BAPTIST

47


6:30-44

FEEDING THE 5000

52


6:45-52

JESUS WALKS ON THE WATER

58










6:53-56

TRIUMPHAL MARCH THROUGH GENNESARET

64













CHAPTER 7













7:1-23

REPROOF OF PHARISAIC TRADITIONS

70










7:24-30

DAUGHTER OF SYRO-PHOENICIAN HEALED

81










7:31-37

LAME, DEAF AND DUMB MAN HEALED

91













CHAPTER 8













8:1-9

FEEDING OF THE FOUR THOUSAND

94










8:10-12

PHARISEES AND SADDUCEES REQUIRE ANOTHER SIGN

97










8:13-21

DISCIPLES WARNED AGAINST THE LEAVEN OF PHARISEES

99










8:22-26

A BLIND MAN HEALED

102










8:27-30

PETER’S CONFESSION

104










8:31-9.1

FORTELLING DEATH AND RESURRECTION

109






















TABLE OF DOCTRINES

120






































CHAPTER 5

THE DEMONIACS OF GADARA
MARK 5:1-20 [MATTHEW 8:28-34, LUKE 8:26-39] see HARMONY 74-9
1 And they came over unto the other side of the sea, into the country of the Gadarenes. 2 And when he was come out of the ship, immediately there met him out of the tombs a man with an unclean spirit, 3 Who had his dwelling among the tombs; and no man could bind him, no, not with chains: 4 Because that he had been often bound with fetters and chains, and the chains had been plucked asunder by him, and the fetters broken in pieces: neither could any man tame him. 5 And always, night and day, he was in the mountains, and in the tombs, crying, and cutting himself with stones. 6 But when he saw Jesus afar off, he ran and worshipped him, 7 And cried with a loud voice, and said, What have I to do with thee, Jesus, thou Son of the most high God? I adjure thee by God, that thou torment me not. 8 For he said unto him, Come out of the man, thou unclean spirit. 9 And he asked him, What is thy name? And he answered, saying, My name is Legion: for we are many. 10 And he besought him much that he would not send them away out of the country. 11 Now there was there nigh unto the mountains a great herd of swine feeding. 12 And all the devils besought him, saying, Send us into the swine, that we may enter into them. 13 And forthwith Jesus gave them leave. And the unclean spirits went out, and entered into the swine: and the herd ran violently down a steep place into the sea, (they were about two thousand;) and were choked in the sea. 14 And they that fed the swine fled, and told it in the city, and in the country. And they went out to see what it was that was done. 15 And they come to Jesus, and see him that was possessed with the devil, and had the legion, sitting, and clothed, and in his right mind: and they were afraid. 16 And they that saw it told them how it befell to him that was possessed with the devil, and also concerning the swine. 17 And they began to pray him to depart out of their coasts. 18 And when he was come into the ship, he that had been possessed with the devil prayed him that he might be with him. 19 Howbeit Jesus suffered him not, but saith unto him, Go home to thy friends, and tell them how great things the Lord hath done for thee, and hath had compassion on thee. 20 And he departed, and began to publish in Decapolis how great things Jesus had done for him: and all men did marvel.
KEY WORDS


Came over

Erchomai

Come [Aorist Active Indicative]

Other side

Peran

Other side

Sea

Thalassa

Sea

Country

Chora

Coast, Country

Was come

Exerchomai

Come out [Aorist Active Participle]

Ship

Ploion

Ship

Immediately

Eutheos

Immediately

Met

Apantao

Meet, Encounter [Aorist Active Indicative]

Tombs

Mnemeion

Memorial, Tomb

Man

Anthropos

Man

Unclean

Akathartos

Unclean

Spirit

Pneuma

Spirit

Had

Echo

Have and hold [Imperfect Active Indicative]

Dwelling

Katoikesis

Dwelling, Residence

No man

Oudeis

No one

Could bind

Dunamai

Have power [Imperfect Middle Indicative]

Bind

Deo

Bind [Aorist Active Infinitive]

Chains

Halusis

Chain

Had been often

Pollakis

Frequently, Many times

Bound

Deo

Bind [Perfect Passive Infinitive]

Fetters

Pede

Shackle

Been plucked asunder

Deaspao

Dismembered, Broken, Pull in pieces [Perfect Passive Infinitive]

Broken in pieces

Suntribo

Shattered [Perfect Passive Infinitive]

Could

Ischuo

Have the power [Imperfect Active Indicative]

Tame

Damazo

Tame [Aorist Active Infinitive]

Always

Diapantos

Always, Consistently

Night

Nux

Night

Day

Hemera

Day

Was

Eimi

Keep on being [Imperfect Active Indicative]

Mountains

Oros

Mountain

Crying

Krazo

Cry out [Present Active Participle]

Cutting

Katakopto

Cut, Mangle [Present Active Participle]

Stones

Lithos

Stone

Saw

Eido

See, Perceive [Aorist Active Participle]

Afar off

Apo Makrothen

From a distance

Ran

Trecho

Run [Aorist Active Indicative]

Worshipped

Proskuneo

Worship, Pay homage [Aorist Active Indicative]

Cried

Krazo

Cry out [Aorist Active Participle]

Loud

Megas

Great, Large

Voice

Phone

Voice

Said

Lego

Say [Present Active Indicative]

What have do with thee

Tis Emoi Kai Soi

What me and you, What has this to do with us

Son

Uihos

Son

Most high

Hupsistos

Most High

God

Theos

God

Adjure

Horkizo

To put on an oath [Present Active Indicative]

Torment

Basanizo

Torment [Aorist Active Subjunctive]

Said

Lego

Say [Imperfect Active Indicative]

Come out

Exerchomai

Come out [Aorist Active Imperative]

Asked

Eperotao

Ask, Inquire [Imperfect Active Indicative]

Is

-

Not found in the original

Name

Onoma

Name

Answered

Apokrinomai

Answer

Saying

Lego

Say [Present Active Indicative]

Is

-

Not found in the original

Legion

Legeon

Legion

Are

Eimi

Keep on being [Present Active Indicative]

Many

Polus

Many

Besought

Parakaleo

Beseech, Plead [Imperfect Active Indicative]

Much

Polus

Much

Would not send away

Me apostello

Not send away [Aorist Active Subjunctive]

Was

Eimi

Keep on being [Imperfect Active Indicative]

Nigh

Pros

Near, Close

Mountains

Oros

Mountain

Great

Megas

Great

Herd

Agele

Herd

Swine

Choiros

Swine. Pig

Feeding

Bosko

Feed [Present Passive Participle]

All

Pas

All

Devils

Daimon

Demon

Besought

Parakaleo

Beseech, Plead [Aorist Active Indicative]

Saying

Lego

Say [Present Active Participle]

Send

Pempo

Send [Aorist Active Imperative]

May enter in

Eiserchomai

Enter in [Aorist Active Subjunctive]

Forthwith

Eutheos

Immediately

Gave leave

Epitrepo

Give leave, Permit [Aorist Active Indicative]

Went out

Exerchomai

Go out [Aorist Active Participle]

Entered into

Eiserchomai

Enter [Aorist Active Indicative]

Herd

Agele

Herd

Ran violently l

Hormao

Rush, Run violently [Aorist Active Indicative]

Steep place

Kremnos

Precipice

Sea

Thalassa

Sea

Fed

Bosko

Feed [Present Active Participle]

Fled

Pheugo

Flee [Aorist Active Indicative]

Told

Anaggello

Tell, Announce [Aorist Active Indicative]

City

Polis

City

Country

Agros

Fields

Went out

Exerchomai

Go out [Aorist Active Indicative]

See

Eido

See, Perceive [Aorist Active Infinitive]

Was

Eimi

Keep on being [Present Active Indicative]

Done

Ginomai

Come into being [Perfect Active Participle]

Come

Erchomai

Come [Present Middle Indicative]

See

Theoreo

Behold, Get an overview [Present Active Indicative]

Possessed of a devil

Daimonizomai

Demon Possessed [Present Middle Participle]

Had

Echo

Have and hold

Sitting

Kathemai

Sit [Present Middle Participle]

Clothed

Himatizo

Clothed [Perfect Passive Participle]

Right mind

Sophreno

Be of sound mind, Sober [Perfect Active Participle]

Were afraid

Phobeo

Afraid [Aorist Passive Indicative]

Saw

Eido

See, Perceive [Aorist Active Participle]

Told

Diegeomai

Relate fully [Aorist Middle Indicative]

How

Pos

In what way

Befell

Ginomai

Come into being [Aorist Middle Indicative]

Was possessed

Daimonizomai

Demon Possessed [Present Middle Participle]

Concerning

Peri

About

Began

Archomai

Begin [Aorist Middle Indicative]

Pray

Parakaleo

Beseech [Present Active Infinitive]

Depart

Aperchomai

Depart [Aorist Active Infinitive]

Coasts

Horion

Region

Was come

Embaino

Embark [Present Active Participle]

Had been Possessed

Daimonizomai

Demon Possessed [Aorist Passive Participle]

Prayed

Parakaleo

Beseech [Imperfect Active Indicative]

Might be

Eimi

Keep on being [Present Active Subjunctive]

Suffered

Aphiemi

Send out [Aorist Active Indicative]

Saith

Lego

Say [Present Active Indicative]

Go home

Hupago

Go [Present Active Imperative]

Home

Oikos

Home

Friend

Sos

Literally thine implying a friend

Tell

Anaggello

Tell, Announce [Aorist Active Imperative]

Great

Hosos

How great

Lord

Kurios

Lord

Have done

Poieo

Do [Perfect Active Indicative]

Had compassion

Eleeo

Have mercy [Aorist Active Indicative]

Departed

Aperchomai

Depart [Aorist Active Indicative]

Began

Archomai

Begin [Aorist Middle Indicative]

Publish

Kerusso

Proclaim [Present Active Infinitive]

Done

Poieo

Do [Aorist Active Indicative]

All men

Pas

All

Marvel

Thaumazo

Wonder, Be amazed [Imperfect Active Indicative]

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