Monday, January 5, 2015

Mark Outline (Full and Final)

I. Introduction 1:1-15 
 1.Title Statement 1:1 1
 2. John’s Ministry 1:2-8 2
 3. Jesus’ Baptism 1:9-11 3
 4. Jesus’ Temptation 1:12, 13 4
 5. John Arrested, Jesus’ Ministry Begins 1:14, 15 5

II. The Public Ministry 1:16-8:26

A. Authority “New Wine” 1:16-3:12
 1. “Fishers of Men” [A Disciple Story] 1:16-20 6
 2. Jesus heals a possessed man. [Authority in teaching] 1:21-28 7
 3. Jesus heals many sick. [Authority over natural maladies] 1:29-39
   i. Simon’s mother-in-law 1:29-31 8
   ii. The whole city 1:32-34 9
   iii. Jesus alone, then throughout region 1:35-39 10
 4. Jesus heals a leper. [Authority over supernatural maladies] 1:40-45 11
 5. Jesus heals a paralytic. [Authority over sin] 2:1-12 12
 6. The Calling of Levi [Jesus came for sinners] 2:13-17
   i. Calling Levi 2:13,14 13
   ii. Eating at Levi’s house 2:15-17 14
 7. Question about Fasting [Jesus brings a new message] 2:18-22 15
 8. Question about Sabbath [Jesus is Lord over tradition] 2:23-28 16
 9. [A note of rejection] 3:1-6 17
 10. [A summary of ministry] 3:7-12 18

B. Teaching “The Kingdom” 3:13-6:6
 1. “The Appointment of the Twelve” [A Disciple Story] 3:13-19 19
 2. “Kingdoms and Family” [God’s people hear Him.] 3:20-35
   i. “Kingdom Divided” 3:20-30 20
   ii. “Who are my family?” 3:31-35 21
 3. Parable: The Sower [The Gospel is heard variously] 4:1-20
   i. The story 4:1-9 22
   ii. The explanation 4:10-20 23
 4. Parable: The Lamp [God’s people spread the Gospel] 4:21-25 24
 5. Parable: Growth [The mystery of the Gospel] 4:26-29 25
 6. Parable: Mustard Seed [The impact of the Gospel] 4:30-34
   i. The story 4:30-32 26
   ii. Jesus’ method 4:33, 34 27
 7. Jesus stills a storm. [Authority over natural realm] 4:35-41 28
 8. The Gerasine Demoniac [Authority over supernatural realm] 5:1-20 29
 9. Two more healings [Authority over death] 5:21-43
   i. Jairus’ request 5:21-24 30
   ii. The hemorrhagic woman 5:25-34 31
   iii. Jairus’ daughter 5:35-43 32
 10. [A note of rejection] 6:1-6a 33
 11. [A summary of ministry] 6:6b 34

C. Mission “The Call” 6:7-8:26
 1. “The Mission of the Twelve” [A Disciple Story] 6:7-13 35
 2. “The Death of John” 6:14-29 36
 3. “The Feeding of the 5,000” 6:30-44 37
 4. “Walking on Water” 6:45-52 38
 5. Jesus heals many sick. 6:53-56 39
 6. “Tradition and Defilement” 7:1-23 40
 7. “The Syrophoenician Woman” 7:24-30 41
 8. “The Deaf-Mute” 7:31-37 42
 9. “The Feeding of the 4,000” 8:1-9 43
 10. The Leaven of the Pharisees [A note of rejection] 8:10-21
   i. Pharisees and signs 8:10-13 44
   ii. The leaven 8:14-21 45
 11. The Blind man in Bethsaida [A summary of ministry] 8:22-26 46

III. The Passion 8:27-16:8

A. The Road to the Cross “The Cost of Discipleship” 8:27-10:52
 1. The First Passion Prediction (more)
   i. “Who am I?” Peter’s Confession 8:27-30 47
   ii. The 1st passion prediction; rebuking disciples. 8:31-33 48
   iii. The cost of discipleship, “take up your cross.” 8:34-38 49
 2. The Transfiguration
   i. Jesus meets Elijah and Moses on the mountain. 9:1-8 50
   ii. Jesus explains prophecy to the 3. 9:9-13 51
 3. A Possession Requiring Prayer 9:14-29 52
 4. The Second Passion Prediction
   i. The 2nd passion prediction; disciples miss it. 9:30-32 53
   ii. Greatness in the Kingdom. 9:33-37 54
   iii. Competition in the Kingdom. 9:38-41 55
   iv. Hindrances into the Kingdom. 9:42-48 56
   v. Saltiness. 9:49,50 57
 5. Teaching on Marriage and Divorce 10:1-12 58
 6. Blessing the Children 10:13-16 59
 7. Riches
   i. The Rich Young Ruler. 10:17-22 60
   ii. The impossibility of entering the Kingdom. 10:23-27 61
   iii. Sacrifices for the Kingdom’s sake. 10:28-31 62
 8. The Third Passion Prediction
   i. The 3rd passion prediction. 10:32-34 63
   ii. Service in the Kingdom. 10:35-45 64
 9. Blind Bartimaeus 10:46-52 65

B. Encountering the City “Judgment against Religion” 11:1-13:37
 1. The Triumphal Entry
   i. The entry 11:1-10 66
   ii. Back to Bethany 11:11 67
 2. The Temple Cleansing
   i. Cursing the fig tree 11:12-14 68
   ii. Cleansing the temple 11:15-18 69
   iii. Side-note 11:19 70
   iv. Fig tree; Faith 11:20-26 71
   v. Authority 11:27-33 72
 3. The Parable of the Vineyard 12:1-12 73
 4. The Testing of Jesus by the Religious Elite
   i. Taxes 12:13-17 74
   ii. Marriage 12:18-27 75
   iii. Law 12:28-34 76
 5. Jesus Teaching in the Temple
   i. The Divinity of the Messiah 12:35-37 77
   ii. Beware the Religious Professionals! 12:38-40 78
   iii. True Tithing 12:41-44 79
 6. Jesus’ Teaching About the End (13:1-37)
   i. Jesus predicts Jerusalem’s destruction. 13:1,2 80
   ii. Jesus warns about “birth pangs.” 13:3-8 81
   iii. Persecution and witnessing. 13:9-13 82
   iv. Abomination, destruction, & tribulation. 13:14-23 83
   v. Cosmic signs, 2nd coming, & gathering. 13:24-27 84
   vi. The sign of the fig tree. 13:28-32 85
   vii. The timing: no one knows, so stay awake! 13:33-37 86

C. Death and Resurrection 14:1-16:8
 1. Betrayal
   i. The plot to kill Jesus is formed. 14:1,2 87
   ii. Jesus is anointed at Bethany. 14:3-9 88
   iii. Judas agrees to betray Jesus. 14:10,11 89
   iv. Jesus celebrates the Passover. 14:12-21 90
   v. Jesus institutes the Lord’s Supper. 14:22-25 91
   vi. Peter’s denial is foretold. 14:26-31 92
   vii. Jesus prays in Gethsemane. 14:32-42 93
   viii. Judas betrays and Jesus is arrested. 14:43-52 94
 2. Trial
   i. Jesus on Trial 14:53-65 95
   ii. Peter on Trial 14:66-72 96
   iii. Pilate 15:1-15 97
 3. Crucifixion and resurrection
   i. The Mocking 15:16-20 98
   ii. The Crucifixion 15:20-41 99
   iii. The Burial 15:42-47 100
   iv. The Resurrection 16:1-8 101

IV. Additional Conclusion 16:9-20

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