LESSON SIX: Mark 10:28 to 12:37

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Workbook Study Questions: Before you begin reading the workbook lesson please review the workbook study questions below. Then read the workbook lesson and answer the workbook study questions.

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Mark 10:32–45 is a passage of scripture that speaks about the cost of our salvation. It is an account of Jesus preparing for what is to come in the crucifixion and explaining to His disciples the cost of salvation.

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Fill in the blanks of the following scripture in Mark 10:43–45: “But so shall it not be among you: but whosoever will be _______ among you, shall be your minister: And whosoever of you will be the chiefest, shall be servant of all. For even the Son of man came not to be ministered unto, but to minister, and to give his life as a _______ for many.”

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There are many ways to look at wealth, worth, value, or wages. Jesus was very clear that He knew the price tag attached to the cross and to the salvation of a man’s soul.

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The story of blind Bartimaeus is a story common to many people today. They sit on the highway of life, unable to cope with their situations. And just like Bartimaeus, many people don’t look to Jesus, the One who, spiritually speaking, can be passing their way this very moment.

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Fill in the blanks in the following statement: God’s healing power through Jesus met Bartimaeus on the Jericho Road that day. Not only did he receive his _______, but most importantly, he received a new purpose for living. His _______ was changed.

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What did Blind Bartimaeus do that set him apart from the others and stopped Jesus to give him His undivided attention?

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The story of the fig tree referenced in Mark 11 gives the believer assurance that when you believe in your heart and say with your mouth, then you can be in position to receive something from God.

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In addition, another important lesson to be gleaned from the account of the fig tree in Mark 11 is this: To agree with God’s Word, we make our word line up with what He says so that our faith acts on His Word.

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Video Study Questions: Before you begin the video please review the video study questions below. Then watch the video and answer the video study questions.

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Mark 10:32–45 gives an account of James and John, the sons of Zebedee, coming to Jesus asking for a high position in His Kingdom. Jesus uses this as a teaching moment showing how to be a servant, not someone expecting to be served.