MARK – Chapter by Chapter Analysis

Chapter 4:21 through Chapter 4:25 Parable of the Lamp

  1. What is the main subject?  To use things for their intended purpose.
  2. Who are the main people? The followers and disciples of Jesus
  3. What does it say about Christ? This section does not speak to the nature or character of Jesus, other than His parable about sharing the light as that is it’s purpose.
  4. What is the key or main verse?  v22 For nothing is hidden, except to be revealed; nor has anything been secret, but that it would come to light.
  5. What is the central lesson?  To use things as intended. As we grow in spirit and knowledge we are to share that spirit and knowledge with others.
  6. What are the main promises?  By your standard of measure it will be measured to you; and more will be given you besides. 25 For whoever has, to him more will be given; and whoever does not have, even what he has will be taken away from him…
  7. What are the main commands? Take care of what you listen to, and if you have ears then listen/use them. Shine a light before men for God…share the gospel.
  8. What error should I avoid? Listening to false teaching or anything that will hurt my spiritual knowledge/wisdom.
  9. What example is here?  N/A
  10. What do I need most in this chapter to apply to my life today?  Guard my spirit and what I allow my ears to hear. Reveal the gospel to all it has been hidden from.

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