Answers Mark 6 B

Day 1 Review Last Weeks Questions

1. From our discussion on the questions or the lecture what stood out the most to you?

2. What have you applied to your life this week from our study last week?

Day 2 Read Mark 6:30-31 and Matthew 14:1-14

3. In verse 30 Mark uses a new word for the disciples, what is that word and what does it mean?
Apostle—Sent ones.

4. Thinking back over the past 6 chapters what are some of the principles the disciples might have taught?

The Kingdom of God is at Hand.
Kingdom principles such as a Kingdom divided against it self cannot stand.
Jesus came to call sinners to repentance. Mark 2:17  
The Son of Man has power on earth to forgive sins. Mark 2:10
Jesus is the Messiah.   And many others.

5. After their missionary journey what did Jesus think his disciples needed?
A time of rest.

4.From the Matthew passage what else had just happen that caused Jesus to want to have some alone time?
John had just been beheaded.

Day 3 Read Mark 6: 32-44 and John 6:1-15

5. What was Jesus reaction to the multitude that met them in the desert? Why?
He had compassion on them because they were as sheep not having a shepherd.
6. How can you emulate the Lord’s compassion in response to changes or interruptions in your plans?
Have compassion on the needs of those around you and be willing to give of yourself even when it is not convenient.

7. List the details in the story of the feeding of the five thousand that illustrate that God is a
God of order.
1. Jesus determined what provision they had. 2 Had the people sit down by companies and in ranks by hundreds and fifties. 3. Jesus blessed it, brake it and give it to his disciples to distribute.

8. How does the feeding of the five thousand through His disciples illustrate Jesus’ method of feeding people spiritually today?
God gives to his disciples and we are to give to others. Isaiah 55:10-11 For as the rain cometh down and the snow from heaven, and returns no thither but waters the earth so
Shall my word be that proceeds out of my shall be seed for the sower and bread for the eater.

9.  Challenge:  This miracle was a symbol of Who Jesus was. What Old Testament act of God
did this miracle represent? See also John 6:41

The mania that come down from heaven to feed the children of Israel.

Day 4 Read Mark 6:45-52, John 6:14-21 and Matthew 14:22-32

6. Compare the Mark version with John’s what is missing in Mark’s account that was in John 6:13-15.
Jesus perceived that they wanted to take him by force and make him king.

7.Were the disciples in the will of God when they left for Bethsaida? What does this tell you about storms?
Yes. That not all storms in our life are because we are out of God’s will.

8. Give several points about Peter’s faith and his unbelief?
1. If it is you bid me to come. Faith and unbelief.
2. Peter got out of the boat. Faith
3. Peter walked on water  Faith
4. He got his eyes off Jesus and began to sink Unbelief
5. He cried out to the Lord. Unbelief.

9. What touched you the most about this story and why?
When we try yet fail Jesus is still there to save us.

Day 5 Read Mark 6:53-56

10. What principle do you see in the healing of the sick in this account?
Jesus healed all that came to Him in faith.

11. Challenge: Thinking over our past studies; What was the boarder of the garment that Mark
speaks of here?
The tilete or prayer shawl with the commandments and promises of God.