Sermons

Jesus and Abuse: Healing and Help (Mark 6:1-6)

Tim Cain, November 25, 2017
Part of the Mark series, preached at a Saturday Evening service

All of us are familiar with the gap between the way things are and the way things ought to be. The truth is that we have been deeply wounded because of the gap between the way we should have been treated and the way that we have been treated. Tonight we will see that Jesus is very familiar with the gap between the way people should have treated him and the way that he was treated. In the Gospel of Mark we will see how the way that Jesus was mistreated and abused is able to bring comfort and healing to those who have suffered abuse. We will also see how Jesus death on the cross not only brings healing for those who have been mistreated but it also offers hope for the gap that exists in all of our lives between the way we should be living and the way that we have lived.

Tags: , abuse, Church, control, El Cajon, Forgiveness, gap, Grace, healing, help, Kaleo, Love, Mark, mercy, relinquish







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