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|It was on this account that the Savior said: "Watch; for you do not know when the |
time will come."" Four Discourses ... for I am very near." A Hymn for Cock-Crow.34
13:37 What I Say to You, I Say to All: Watch Former Good Deeds Unprofitable.
|Although circumstances differ, no one escapes the radical contingency of being |
human.35 Mark from his perspective alludes ... spells out explicitly at whom the
whole speech is really aimed: 'And what I say to you I say to all: Watch' (13: 37).
|The final exhortation makes explicit the application of the discourse to both the |
first- and second-degree audiences: “But what I say to you I say to all, keep watch
!” (13:37), and echoes the initial warning to “look out” (13:5). The overall effect of
|YOU. This. is your blessed hope. One day your Lord will appear in the clouds and |
return to establish a thousand-year reign on this earth. First, He will come with a
shout, with the ... MARK. 13:37. NKJV “And what I say to you, I say to all: Watch!” ...
|(4:41). Sometimes he even addresses his audience with Jesus' words, “And what |
I say to you, I say to all: Watch!” (13:37). Mark wants to transform believers with
his report, not merely inform them. Moreover, his eyewitness accounts provide ...
|When the branch thereofis now tender and the leaves are come forth, you know |
that summer isvery near. ... Lest coming on asudden, he findyou sleeping. 13:37.
Andwhat I say to you,I say to all: Watch. Mark Chapter 14 The first part of the ...
|But let me tell you, the price pales in comparison to the miracles, the healings |
and the intimacy with God. ... but then He gave them the prescription for
preparing for His coming: “What I say to you, I say to all: Watch!” (Mark 13:37). All
|Needless to say, the inspiration and exhortation thus given is, from the viewpoint |
of the literature that enshrines it, directed not only to friends ... Jesus' farewell
discourse in Mark serves just such a purpose. ... "What I say to you," says Jesus, "
I say to all: Watch!" (13:37).9 The Passion (14:1-15:39) Setting the Stage (14:1-11
) The opening to the Passion narrative centers upon the powerful story of a
|Moved with pity, he stretched out his hand and touched him, and he says to him, “|
I do will it. ... of Olives ends with a pointed warning to the reader: “What I say to
you, I say to all: 'Watch!'” (13:37). In this way Mark draws his readers into the crisis
|St. Mark 13:24 But in those days, after that tribulation, the sun shall be darkened, |
and the moon shall not give her light, St. Mark 13:25 And the stars of heaven ... St
. Mark 13:30 Verily I say unto you, that this generation shall not pass, till all these
things be done ... St. Mark 13:37 And what I say unto you I say unto all, Watch.
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