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Bible (Reina Valera) NT 02: Evangelio Según Marcos

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This book is a beautiful and inspiring account of the life of Jesus as told by the apostle Mark. The author captures the essence of Jesus' teachings and miracles in a way that is both captivating and thought-provoking. The clarity and simplicity of the writing make it easy to understand and follow along with the story.

The Gospel of Mark includes some of the most well-known stories from the Bible, such as the feeding of the 5,000, the calming of the storm, and the crucifixion and resurrection of Jesus. These stories are presented in a way that is both engaging and powerful, leaving a lasting impact on the reader.

This book is a must-read for anyone looking to deepen their understanding of the life and teachings of Jesus. It serves as a reminder of the love and grace that Jesus offers to all who believe in Him. I highly recommend this book to anyone seeking spiritual growth and a deeper relationship with God.

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El Evangelio de Marcos hace énfasis que Jesús es el Cristo, el Hijo de Dios. Jesús anunció el reino de Dios, sanó a los enfermos, y murió como rescate por los pecadores. Además de Jesús, Marcos habla de tres grupos principales de personas; los discípulos, las multitudes, y los líderes religiosos, y cómo ninguno de los cuales comprendía a Jesús. Cuando llegó el momento para que Jesús fuera a la cruz, los líderes religiosos lo arrestaron, los discípulos lo abandonaron y las multitudes lo abuchearon. Sólo hasta que murió solo en la cruz un centurión romano reconoció que él era el Hijo de Dios. Aunque el libro es anónimo, la tradición identifica a Juan Marcos como el autor . Es posible que haya basado su Evangelio en la predicación de Pedro, y fue escrito entre los años 50 y 60 dC.

The gospel of Mark emphasizes that Jesus is the Christ, the Son of God. Jesus announced the kingdom of God, healed the sick, and died as a ransom for sinners. In addition to Jesus, Mark features three main groups of people; the disciples, the crowds, and the religious leaders, none of whom understood Jesus. When the time came for Jesus to go to the cross, the religious leaders arrested him, the disciples abandoned him, and the crowds jeered him. Only when he died alone on the cross did a Roman centurion recognized that he was the Son of God. Though the book is anonymous, tradition identifies John Mark as the author. He may have based his Gospel on Peter's preaching, writing sometime in the 50s or 60s A.D.

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