Why, Jesus? How Questions About Jesus Reveal the Heart of His Father

“Why, Jesus?”

Mark’s gospel sets up the telling of Jesus’ story in an unusual way. In Mark 2, he captures a series of four times that people see or hear Jesus and respond by asking why He said or did what they had witnessed. Going forward, Mark’s record will answer these questions by proving Jesus is the Son of God.

Who do you think you are?

Mark’s gospel sets up the telling of Jesus’ story in an unusual way. In Mark 2, he captures a series of four times that people see or hear Jesus and respond by asking why He said or did what they had witnessed. Going forward, Mark’s record will answer these questions by proving Jesus is the Son of God.

A message of love

Mark’s gospel sets up the telling of Jesus’ story in an unusual way. In Mark 2, he captures a series of four times that people see or hear Jesus and respond by asking why He said or did what they had witnessed. Going forward, Mark’s record will answer these questions by proving Jesus is the Son of God.

Discover how God is making all things new

Mark’s gospel sets up the telling of Jesus’ story in an unusual way. In Mark 2, he captures a series of four times that people see or hear Jesus and respond by asking why He said or did what they had witnessed. Going forward, Mark’s record will answer these questions by proving Jesus is the Son of God.

God is far more concerned with your heart

Mark’s gospel sets up the telling of Jesus’ story in an unusual way. In Mark 2, he captures a series of four times that people see or hear Jesus and respond by asking why He said or did what they had witnessed. Going forward, Mark’s record will answer these questions by proving Jesus is the Son of God.