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Mark LifeGuide Bible Study
In the New Testament Gospel of Mark, we meet Jesus, the man who is King. But this king comes to serve--not to be served. He eats with sinners rather than royalty. His crown is made of thorns instead of gold. This study guide introduces you to the compassionate, suffering, astonishing king who calls us to follow him.


Nothing But the Best - #6077
There are many ways to rob our King. By giving Him your leftover time; by making Him Lord of the things that don't matter that much to you and holding onto the things that you really care about - that relationship, that child, that dream, that favorite thing - that sin. You can rob God by taking on a work for Him and just doing it halfheartedly, by being lazy or irresponsible in getting it done.


Jesus as king - a Christian perspective
Jesus had to fight against the people's will to make him king. In this passage the people call him a prophet and Jesus was wary that they were going to try to instate him as King by force.


Ahaz in the Bible - a Christian perspective
The story of Ahaz, one of Israel's kings. Like many of his predecessors, he flagrantly ignored God and disobeyed nearly every command God had made. When he died, he was not buried in the customary place of honor beside Israel's past kings.


King in the Bible: Revelation 17:14
This is one of several passages that refer to Jesus as a king--the King of kings, the ruler beyond all earthly rulers. No human authority has power over Jesus, or can stand in the way of his will.