The Problem of What We Should Think About Jesus

In Mark 7:24-37, we see two pictures of Jesus’ ministry: the Syrophoenecian woman and a deaf and speech-impaired man; together these show us that, in Jesus, God has come to save both Jews and Gentiles.

So the question arises, “How should we relate to this Jesus?” Mark, I think, provides two aspects of our attitude toward Jesus. We should approach Jesus with persistent faith and overwhelmed worship.

But there is a problem with this call to faith and worship.

What is it?

That is, in part, what I’m going to try to answer tomorrow morning.

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About Danny Slavich

I am a Christian husband, father, pastor, and poet. I lead Pembroke Road Baptist Church a multi-cultural, multi-generational church in urban South Florida.
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One Response to The Problem of What We Should Think About Jesus

  1. Mom says:

    Again, I am blessed and challenged by your writing!
    love, mom

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