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Let's open our Bibles to the eighth chapter of Mark's gospel. Now I have been endeavoring to take large chunks of Mark all the way along, moving as fast as we can to try to finish the gospel of Mark next summer, getting more the big picture this time through the story of our Lord Jesus Christ. However, today, essentially I have to stop and just look at one verse. I don't want you to forget how it's really supposed to be done...one verse at a time...as we always say, so...just so you don't get out of habits that are good habits to maintain.

I want you to look at the last verse of chapter 8. We made a somewhat passing reference to it last Sunday at the conclusion of the message, but I want to go back to that verse because it just sort of jumps out of the text, it stands alone although it has a context, it still stands alone as one that demands our attention. "For whoever is ashamed of Me and My words in this adulterous and sinful generation, the Son of Man will also be ashamed of him when he comes in the glory of his Father with the holy angels." That verse is very, very important. It cannot be left without careful consideration....

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