20 Central Idea of the Healing of the Paralytic

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Mark 2:1-12

Central Proposition of the Text

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Key Words

Verse 1: Capernaum, heard, the house

Verse 2: no room, door, preached

Verse 3: paralytic

Verse 4: uncovered, broken through, let down

Verse 5: sins forgiven

Verse 6: scribes, reasoning

Verse 7: why, blasphemies, who, God alone

Verse 8: perceived, said, why

Verse 9: easier, sins forgiven, arise and walk

Verse 10: but, know, power

Verse 11: arise, take, go

Verse 12: arose, took, went, amazed, glorified God, never saw this

Initial Thoughts

  1. Why say aloud that the man was forgiven?
  2. Which is more difficult to say?
  3. Why did Mark record so much detail?
  4. What does it imply when Jesus said the man’s sins were forgiven?
  5. What is the importance of Jesus calling the man, “son”?
  6. Why tell the man to go home instead of telling him to stay there and learn more from Jesus?

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