The Greatest by Frank Pollard

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Broadcast on THE BAPTIST HOUR, March 18, 1993, by Dr. Frank Pollard of Jackson, Mississippi
The Greatest
Text: Mark 9:33
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The ninth chapter of Mark is filled with exciting things and teachings they just couldn't fathom those events.
aboutthings thatGod wants us toknow, things thatHe's shown us through After a while, I imagine that someone did learn that Jesus and those
Himself. In verse two, we find Jesus speaking to Peter, James, and John men were on that road and gathered around them. Our Lord was probably
on top of a mountain, probably Mount Nebo, about 12 miles south of walking ahead with the apostles lagging behind, and they began to have
Capemaum, close to the Sea of Galilee. There the word says that He is adiscussion.Thisdiscussionbecameheated,Itnnktheyweretryingtotalk
transfigured, He's transformed. It's a very difficult word to translate into out of earshot from Christ. They didn't want Him to hear what they w"ere
our language. It describes the shining Glory of God that was apparent in saying. TheBiblesaysinverse 33, "Then theycameto Capernaum, and
the body and person ofChrist. His face literally shone andhis clothing was when He was in the house, He asked them, what were you arguing about
white, says the Bible. In fact, the original text says, "They are whiter than on the road? " Well, theydidn'tknowthat He knew that they were arguing
any earthly process could whiten them." His clothes were brilliant, ButHeknowsevenwhatwe'rethinkingandwhatwediscuss, andwhat's
dazzling white. I think this is what John remembered as the Holy Spirit important to us. He waited until they got in the house to ask about it. Isn t
prompted him to write in the early verses of his gospel, "And we beheld that a great lesson for those of us who would seek to imitate Christ?
His glory, the glory as of the only begotten of the Father, full of grace and Christian ...


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