Church and Religion: 2024.03.31_kids

Mark 16:1-8 He Has Risen! Summary: He is risen!! Today is one of the best days of the year! We celebrate this great news today: Three days after Jesus died, he rose from the dead! Because this is true, we have salvation and hope. Everything God promised is true! Let's think about this great moment from Mark's Gospel today: Outline: 1. The news no one believed 2. The mercy we too can receive 3. The truth that leaves us speechless Verse: Mark 16:6b ... You seek Jesus of Nazareth, who was crucified. He has risen; he is not here. Questions for devotions and family worship: 1. Why do you think that no one believed Jesus' own statements that he would rise from the dead? How does Mark 16 show the women's slowness to believe? 2. What do we learn from the words of the angel in this text? What does it tell us about Jesus and his heart of mercy for his disciples? 3. Why do you think Mark's Gospel ends so abruptly? Why were the women so afraid? How can we square their silence recorded here with their testimony to the disciples recorded in the other Gospels? What might this show us is the true response to Jesus' resurrection?

2024.03.31_kids
Mark 16:1-8 He Has Risen! Summary: He is risen!! Today is one of the best days of the year! We celebrate this great news today: Three days after Jesus died, he rose from the dead! Because this is true, we have salvation and hope. Everything God promised is true! Let's think about this great moment from Mark's Gospel today: Outline: 1. The news no one believed 2. The mercy we too can receive 3. The truth that leaves us speechless Verse: Mark 16:6b ... You seek Jesus of Nazareth, who was crucified. He has risen; he is not here. Questions for devotions and family worship: 1. Why do you think that no one believed Jesus' own statements that he would rise from the dead? How does Mark 16 show the women's slowness to believe? 2. What do we learn from the words of the angel in this text? What does it tell us about Jesus and his heart of mercy for his disciples? 3. Why do you think Mark's Gospel ends so abruptly? Why were the women so afraid? How can we square their silence recorded here with their testimony to the disciples recorded in the other Gospels? What might this show us is the true response to Jesus' resurrection?

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BELIEVED
CRUCIFIED
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HEHASRISEN
JESUS
NAZARETH
NOTHERE
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SPEECHLESS
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E I G A X F H Y R U K
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I V T I U R T M F E O
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