But he will come again in awful grandeur; not as the babe of Bethlehem, not as the man of Nazareth, but as the Son of God, in majesty and glory. on StudyLight.org. See this passage illustrated in the notes at Mark 8:32. It is not found in the parallel places, Matthew 16:24; Mark 8:34. 1-9. He was lowly, meek, and despised; yet there was an inimitable beauty in his character even then. Site Resources. Historical Writings . In the context of these passages, Jesus had been predicting His death. He was lowly, meek, and despised; yet there was an inimitable beauty in his character even then. See John 3:5. A call to be a disciple (Mark 8:34), and perhaps to be an Apostle (Mark 1:17): cf. Christians were then suffering persecution in Rome, and in various other places throughout the empire, especially after Nero began to persecute Christians in A.D. 65. Mark 8:34 He called the multitude to himself with his disciples, and said to them, "Whoever wants to come after me, let him deny himself, and take up his cross, and follow me. Mark 8:34. And Peter took Him aside and began to rebuke Him. All this our Lord includes in this word, Let him renounce himself. If one says, "I was chris­tened and confirmed," answer him by saying, "Christ has died." Mark 8:36. And calling the crowd to him with his disciples, he said to them, "If anyone would come after me, let him deny himself and take up his cross and follow me. Christ Jesus is He who died, yes, rather who was raised, who is at the right hand of God, who also intercedes for us. Mark 10, Treasury of Scripture Knowledge, One of over 110 Bible commentaries freely available, this highly respected and nearly exhaustive compilation, containing nearly 500,000 cross-references Mark 8:38. Mark 8:33 - But turning around and seeing His disciples, He rebuked Peter and *said, 'Get behind Me, Satan; for you are not setting your mind on God's interests, but man's.' Paul quotes from Psalm 44:22, reminding the New Testament believers that suffering and even death has always been a mark of God’s people throughout the ages. And of my words - My doctrines, my instructions. Mark 8:35. If one says, "I was chris­tened and confirmed," answer him by saying, "Christ has died." The fourth condition was, that they should solemnly engage to continue in the Jewish religion, faithful even unto death. See this passage illustrated in the notes at Mark 8:32. Mark 8:34-38 He shows his followers that they must deny themselves, and not be ashamed of him and his gospel. Historical Writings. inserts καταλιπών πάντα. Romans 8:35 who is the one who condemns? General Search for 'Mark 8:34-37' within 'New American Standard Version' on StudyLight.org They that would not acknowledge him here must be rejected by him there; they that would not serve him on earth will not enjoy his favor in heaven; they that would cast Him out and despise him must be cast out by him, and consigned to eternal, hopeless sorrow. See John 3:5. The third condition on which a person was admitted into the Jewish Church as a proselyte was, that he should submit to the yoke of the Jewish law, and bear patiently the inconveniences and sufferings with which a profession of the Mosaic religion might be accompanied. Watch (γρηγορεῖτε )A different word from that in Mark 13:33.See also Mark 13:34.The picture in this word is that of a sleeping man rousing himself. Mark 6:34 - When Jesus went ashore, He saw a large crowd, and He felt compassion for them because they were like sheep without a shepherd; and He began to teach them many things. What did Jesus mean when He said that, to be His disciples, we must deny ourselves, take up our cross, and give our lives for Him (Matt. Essentially, Jesus restates what Mark recorded in 8:34-35: that if we try to save our lives, we will lose them, and to follow Jesus means to pick up our cross and follow Him. THE CONTEXT. This is also the first condition required by Jesus Christ, and which he considers as the foundation of all the rest: - If a man be willing to come after me. Barnes' Notes on the Bible. And when he had called the people unto him,.... Who, it seems, followed him out of Galilee, from Bethsaida, and these parts; for it was in the way from thence to Caesarea Philippi, that Christ had this conversation with his disciples; who walked together alone, the multitude following at some distance; and the private conversation being ended, Christ called, or beckoned to the people, to come nearer to him: with his disciples also; for what he was about to say, concerned them both: whosoever will come after me; in a spiritual sense, as this multitude did in a natural one, and which is the same as to be a disciple of his: let him deny himself, and take up his cross, and follow me; signifying, that his followers must deny themselves of worldly advantages, and suffer many things, as well as he, which he had been but just before acquainting his disciples with; See Gill on Matthew 16:24. Christ Jesus is He who died, yes, rather who was raised, who is at the right hand of God, who also intercedes for us. StudyLıght.org. See this passage illustrated in the notes at Mark 8:32. Mark 8:37 - For what will a man give in exchange for his soul? He said to them, "If anyone wants to be My follower, he must give up himself and his own desires. THE CONTEXT. Bible Study Tools. Mark 2:20; Mark 4:33-34; Mark 7:14-15; Mark 7:17-23). Mark 10:33 saying, "Behold, we are going up to Jerusalem, and the Son of Man will be delivered to the chief priests and the scribes; ... Romans 8:34 "It is Christ that died." Mark 8. on StudyLight.org Adam Clarke Commentary. Click to Sign Up Now! on StudyLight.org This is also the first condition required by Jesus Christ, and which he considers as the foundation of all the rest: - If a man be willing to come after me. Luther said of this verse "that it was worthy to be carried from Rome to Jerusalem upon one's knees." Until now, Jesus had only hinted at His sufferings (cf. 16:24,25; Mark 8:34,35; Luke 9:23,24)? EXEGESIS: MARK 9:38-50. Not Yet a Member? Ashamed of me - Ashamed to own attachment to me on account of my lowly appearance and my poverty. Daily - Καθ ' ἡμεραν is omitted by many reputable MSS., versions, and fathers. Christ’s love for us doesn’t mean we won’t suffer, but rather that the suffering cannot take us away from Christ’s love. Jesus called the people and His followers to Him. Let him not seek his own happiness as the supreme object, but be willing to renounce all, and lay down his life also, if required. See the note on Mark 8:34. Not Yet a Member? And of my words - My doctrines, my instructions. Matthew 8:22; Luke 9:59. Christ requires the same condition; but, instead of the yoke of the law, he brings in his own doctrine, which he calls his yoke, Matthew 11:29; : and his cross, the taking up of which not only implies a bold profession of Christ crucified, but also a cheerful submitting to all the sufferings and persecutions to which he might be exposed, and even to death itself. This passage follows the story of Jesus taking a child in his arms and saying, “Whoever receives one such little child in my name, receives me” (v. 37). - If any confront you with other confidences, still keep to this almighty plea: "Christ has died." The story of the transfiguration is located almost exactly at the mid-point of this Gospel. He spake that saying openly - With boldness or confidence, or without parables or figures, so that there could be no possibility of misunderstanding him. Personal Resources. Mark 8:1 "In those days the multitude being very great, and having nothing to eat, Jesus called his disciples [unto him], and saith unto them," “Multitude being very great”: Probably because of the widespread report of Jesus’ healing of the deaf and mute man (7:36). Ver. This condition Christ also requires; and it is comprised in this word, Let him Follow me. There’s a huge difference there! Until now, Jesus has been teaching and healing. Characteristic of the Gospels, these verses (Luke 9:23-27) are independent sayings of Jesus, gathered here into a single paragraph, as in Mark 8:34-9:1. If any man will come after me - See on Matthew 16:24; (note), and on Mark 8:34; (note), where the nature of proselytism among the Jews is explained. Pastoral Resources. Blind Man at Bethsaida Restored to Sight ( Mark 8:22-26). Ashamed of me - Ashamed to own attachment to me on account of my lowly appearance and my poverty. While the other word conveys the idea of simple wakefulness, this adds the idea of alertness. The second condition required in the Jewish proselyte was, that he should perfectly renounce all his prejudices, his errors, his idolatry, and every thing that concerned his false religion; and that he should entirely separate himself from his most intimate friends and acquaintances. Adam Clarke Commentary. See the notes at Matthew 26:64. Plug in, Turn on and Be En light ened! All this our Lord includes in this word, Let him renounce himself. But he will come again in awful grandeur; not as the babe of Bethlehem, not as the man of Nazareth, but as the Son of God, in majesty and glory. The first condition of proselytism among the Jews was, that he that came to embrace their religion should come voluntarily, and that neither force nor influence should be employed in this business. Whosoever will come after me - It seems that Christ formed, on the proselytism of the Jews, the principal qualities which he required in the proselytes of his covenant. The third condition on which a person was admitted into the Jewish Church as a proselyte was, that he should submit to the yoke of the Jewish law, and bear patiently the inconveniences and sufferings with which a profession of the Mosaic religion might be accompanied. He spake that saying openly - With boldness or confidence, or without parables or figures, so that there could be no possibility of misunderstanding him. Site Resources. The meaning of this verse is, Whosoever shall refuse, through pride or wickedness, to acknowledge and serve Christ here, shall be excluded from his kingdom hereafter. And he cometh to Bethsaida--Bethsaida Julias, on the northeast side of the take, whence after this He proceeded to Cæsarea Philippi ( Mark 8:27). Vincent's Word Studies. EXEGESIS: MARK CHAPTERS 8-9. advertisement. Should another say, "I was bap­tized as an adult," let … It was on this ground that the Jews called proselytism a new birth, and proselytes new-born, and new men; and our Lord requires men to be born again, not only of water, but by the Holy Ghost. - If any confront you with other confidences, still keep to this almighty plea: "Christ has died." And when he had called the people unto him,.... Who, it seems, followed him out of Galilee, from Bethsaida, and these parts; for it was in the way from thence to Caesarea Philippi, that Christ had this conversation with his disciples; who walked together alone, the multitude following at some distance; and the private conversation being ended, Christ called, or beckoned to the people, to come nearer to him: with his disciples also; for what he was about to say, concerned them both: whosoever will come after me; in a spiritual sense, as this multitude did in a natural one, and which is the same as to be a disciple of his: let him deny himself, and take up his cross, and follow me; signifying, that his followers must deny themselves of worldly advantages, and suffer many things, as well as he, which he had been but just before acquainting his disciples with; See Gill on Matthew 16:24. Matthew 8:34 - And behold, the whole city came out to meet Jesus; and when they saw Him, they implored Him to leave their region. And of my words - My doctrines, my instructions. In the course of three chapters, it is affirmed that Jesus is the Christ twice (Mark 8:29; 9:2–8); Jesus reveals His coming suffering, death, and resurrection three times (Mark 8:31; 9:31; 10:33–34), and tells the disciples they must be humble many times (Mark 9:35, 40–41; 10:15, 24–25, 42–45). To report dead links, typos, or html errors or suggestions about making these resources more useful use the convenient, Baker Evangelical Dictionary of Biblical Theology, Hastings' Dictionary of the New Testament, International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, And when he had called the people unto him, let him deny himself, and take up his cross, and follow me. New American Standard Version Mark 8:34 Parallel Verses [⇓ See commentary ⇓] Mark 8:34, NIV: "Then he called the crowd to him along with his disciples and said: 'Whoever wants to be my disciple must deny themselves and take up their cross and follow me." He spake that saying openly - With boldness or confidence, or without parables or figures, so that there could be no possibility of misunderstanding him. Barnes's Matthew 16:24 Bible Commentary This discourse is also recorded in Mark 8:34-38; Mark 9:1; and Luke 9:23-27. Mark 9:38-50 . Mark 8:34 - And He summoned the crowd with His disciples, and said to them, 'If anyone wishes to come after Me, he must deny himself, and take up his cross and follow Me. He must take up his cross and follow Me. Mark 8:34 New International Version (NIV) The Way of the Cross 34 Then he called the crowd to him along with his disciples and said: “Whoever wants to be my disciple must deny themselves and take up their cross and follow me. See the following verses; and see, on the subject of proselytism, Rth 1:16, Rth 1:17 (note). Whosoever will come after me - It seems that Christ formed, on the proselytism of the Jews, the principal qualities which he required in the proselytes of his covenant. Mark 8:33. on StudyLight.org on StudyLight.org. This condition Christ also requires; and it is comprised in this word, Let him Follow me. The predicates of Christ in Romans 8:34 —under which His death is to be conceived as an atoning death, His rising again as having taken place διὰ τὴν δικαίωσιν ἡμῶν (Romans 4:25), and His being at the right hand of God as personal participation in the government of the … Language Tools. The disciples were unprepared for this clear revelation that Messiah would suffer, die, and rise again. See the notes at John 14:19; also Romans 8:34-37; 1 John 4:4; 1 John 5:4; Revelation 12:11. To report dead links, typos, or html errors or suggestions about making these resources more useful use the convenient, Baker Evangelical Dictionary of Biblical Theology, Hastings' Dictionary of the New Testament, International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, And when he had called the people unto him, let him deny himself, and take up his cross, and follow me. Personal Resources. The second condition required in the Jewish proselyte was, that he should perfectly renounce all his prejudices, his errors, his idolatry, and every thing that concerned his false religion; and that he should entirely separate himself from his most intimate friends and acquaintances. Peter rebuked Him, and Jesus responded to Peter. The fourth condition was, that they should solemnly engage to continue in the Jewish religion, faithful even unto death. Christ requires the same condition; but, instead of the yoke of the law, he brings in his own doctrine, which he calls his yoke, Matthew 11:29; : and his cross, the taking up of which not only implies a bold profession of Christ crucified, but also a cheerful submitting to all the sufferings and persecutions to which he might be exposed, and even to death itself. The meaning of this verse is, Whosoever shall refuse, through pride or wickedness, to acknowledge and serve Christ here, shall be excluded from his kingdom hereafter. Language Tools. Search Tools. Now he will begin his journey to Jerusalem, where he will die. Pastoral Resources. Mark 9:2-9 . The warning in this verse is against being ashamed of Jesus and his words, there being no essential difference. The first condition of proselytism among the Jews was, that he that came to embrace their religion should come voluntarily, and that neither force nor influence should be employed in this business. Jump to: Bible Study Tools • Parallel Bible Verse • Bible Contextual Overview • Bible Verse Review • Gill's Bible Notes • Clarke's Bible Notes • Barnes' Bible Notes Mark 8:34. ; comp. It certainly meant leaving his lucrative post at the τελώνιον, and therefore it was a severer test than the call to the four fishermen: Lk. They that would not acknowledge him here must be rejected by him there; they that would not serve him on earth will not enjoy his favor in heaven; they that would cast Him out and despise him must be cast out by him, and consigned to eternal, hopeless sorrow. For whoever wishes to save his life will lose it, but whoever loses his life for My sake and the gospel's will save it. Along with Peter’s confession (8:29), the Transfiguration is the turning point of Jesus’ ministry. In the glory of his Father - In the day of judgment. Ashamed of me - Ashamed to own attachment to me on account of my lowly appearance and my poverty. It is not found in the parallel places, Matthew 16:24; Mark 8:34. In the glory of his Father - In the day of judgment. on StudyLight.org Let him, deny himself - That is, let him surrender to God his will, his affections, his body, and his soul. and they bring a blind man unto him, and besought him to touch . New American Standard Version . Mark 8:31-33 He foreshows his own death, and rebukes Peter for. It was on this ground that the Jews called proselytism a new birth, and proselytes new-born, and new men; and our Lord requires men to be born again, not only of water, but by the Holy Ghost. To this the following scriptures refer: Matthew 10:33; John 3:3, John 3:5, 2 Corinthians 5:17. Daily - Καθ ' ἡμεραν is omitted by many reputable MSS., versions, and fathers. on StudyLight.org See under those references in my Commentary on Mark. advertisement. The predicates of Christ in Romans 8:34 —under which His death is to be conceived as an atoning death, His rising again as having taken place διὰ τὴν δικαίωσιν ἡμῶν (Romans 4:25), and His being at the right hand of God as personal participation in the government of the world (Ephesians 1:20, Colossians 3:1, al. on StudyLight.org Mark 8:33 And He was stating the matter plainly. This adulterous and sinful generation - This age given to wickedness, particularly to adultery. Romans 8:34 "It is Christ that died." Romans 8:34 - who is the one who condemns? If any man will come after me - See on Matthew 16:24; (note), and on Mark 8:34; (note), where the nature of proselytism among the Jews is explained. Search Tools. also Dissen, ad Pindar. See the following verses; and see, on the subject of proselytism, Rth 1:16, Rth 1:17 (note). Bible Study Tools . Mark 8:36 - For what does it profit a man to gain the whole world, and forfeit his soul? See the notes at Matthew 26:64. StudyLıght.org. He called the multitude to himself with his disciples, and said to them, "Whoever wants to come after me, let him deny himself, and take up his cross, and follow me. Mark 8. Mark showed special interest in persecution and martyrdom, which would have been of special interest to Roman readers when he wrote (e.g., 8:34-38; 13:9-13). Peter understood it but refused to accept it. dissuading him from it. 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