Sunday, November 2, 2008

MARK 2.13-17

Our church is going through Mark together on Sunday mornings. It has been fun. This morning was particularly sweet. Our teaching/discipleship pastor is finishing up his PhD in the Gospel of Mark. So, whenever he gets a shot at it, you sense his fresh familiarity with the text of Mark.

His text this morning was Mk 2.13-17 about Jesus eating and drinking with tax collectors and sinners. It is here where Jesus says that people who are well don't need doctors. People who are sick need doctors. He also says, "I did not come to call the righteous, but sinners" [2.17].

The way this should hit us is huge.

Give it a listen here ["You're in Good Company" on 11/02/08]. Trust me, ye shall be blessed [two syllables on "bless-ed"].

1 comment:

j.brush said...

dude that message blew my mind. it was AWESOME