by admin | 16 Feb 2020
Though they would vehemently deny it, the Sadducees lived agnostic lives because they knew neither the power of God nor the Scriptures. Sadducees still exist today, even if they do so under another name. If we will overcome agnostic living, we must work hard to know the power of God and the Scriptures.
Scripture References: Mark 12:24
An exposition of the Gospel of Mark by Doug Van Meter.
|The Lord of the Deep (Mark 6:45-52)||Tim Cantrell||22 May 2011||Listen|
|The Beginning of the Gospel of Jesus Christ (Mark 1:1-11)||Tyrell Haag||22 Sep 2013||Listen|
|Spiritual Progress (Mark 4:1-20)||Christo Beetge||29 Dec 2013||Listen|
|Mission—Not Impossible (Mark 6:6–30)||Tyrell Haag||18 May 2014||Listen|
|Astonished Beyond Measure (Mark 7:31–37)||Brian Watts||9 Nov 2014||Listen|
|An Extraordinary Teaching (Mark 10:13–16)||Tyrell Haag||11 Jan 2015||Listen|
|Oh, My God, It’s Friday (Mark 15:30)||Doug Van Meter||3 Apr 2015||Listen|
|Our Chief Delight (Mark 12:30)||Barry Jamie||26 Apr 2015||Listen|
|Our Chief Duty (Mark 12:31)||Barry Jamie||3 May 2015||Listen|
|The Sanctity of a Life (Mark 5:1–43)||Doug Van Meter||7 Feb 2016||Listen|