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October 11, 2015 Preacher: Rich Lanning Series: The Gospel of Mark

Scripture: Mark 14:26–14:42

Mark 14:26–42
October 11, 2015


I. The Prediction: Mark 14:26–31; Zechariah 13:7

II. Not my will, but Thy will be done. Mark 14:32–36

III. Watch and Pray. Mark 37–42

Questions for Reflection:

  • What does this passage teach us about Jesus?
  • How is Jesus an example for us in this passage?
  • What areas of your life make it hard for you to pray, ‘not my will but Thy will be done’? Why?
  • Think about when your prayer life has been the strongest. What changes (if any) would encourage a stronger prayer life today?

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