He Changed The World – for an introduction to this series of talks, please click the title.
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Here’s a summary version of Mark 4:35-41. Many of these summaries are written by a language tutor in easier English. The tutor is a member of our church and runs a weekly ESOL English Language Class which is free to attend. For further information: click here.
Jesus got in a boat.
His friends were there.
He was very tired.
He fell asleep.
The wind blew.
A storm hit the boat.
The men were very afraid.
They woke Jesus.
They said, “Don’t you care?”
Jesus spoke to the storm.
He said, “Why are you afraid?”
They said “Who is this man?
He can stop a storm.”
Sometimes life is a storm
It can feel out of control.
We might be lost in it
But not if we trust Jesus
Other language versions
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Further study on Mark’s Gospel
Here are some links to other websites which seek to explain Mark’s gospel.
Commentary on Mark’s Gospel – a guide to Mark written by a pastor from Bristol
Mark’s Gospel Study Site – produced by a British Christian worker in Albania
Mark’s Gospel with notes – a modern English translation of the gospel with lots of notes about the verses.
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