Mark Vol. 2 : Preaching the Word Hardback
Jesus, Servant and Saviour
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Mark Vol. 2 : Preaching the Word
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Thus in our age of aggressive evil and apathetic faith, the Gospel of Mark resounds with the dynamic power of the Lord Jesus Christ. Perhaps the most dramatic and action-packed of the Synoptic Gospels, Mark's writing continues to inspire increased commitment in the Church at large.
Mark's portrayal of Christ as the Servant-Savior takes on fresh relevance in these masterful expositions by respected pastor/author R. Kent Hughes. With careful exegesis, the author draws from the text many practical lessons for everyday living and effective ministry. His numerous illustrations reflect wide interests, extensive reading, and years of experience pastoring and counselling those who seek to know Christ and walk in his ways.
Those who preach, teach, and study will find this book a gold mine of helpful information. With divisions and outlines that are never forced, but flow naturally from the text, Mark will be a great boon to those charged with communicating the Word, and to all who seek to grow in their faith through personal Bible study.
Mark Vol. 2 : Preaching the Word by R. Kent Hughes was published by Crossway (USA) in January 2012 and is our 40126th best seller. The ISBN for Mark Vol. 2 : Preaching the Word is 9781433535383.
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|Page last updated||22nd October 2016|
|Author / Artist||R. Kent Hughes|
|Publisher||Crossway (USA) (January 2012)|
|Number of Pages||256|