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马可福音 第一册 第四十二讲

 

Mark 121-28

马可福音 第一章 21-28 (1)

 

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21Jesus and his disciples came to the town of Capernaum, and on the next Sabbath Jesus went to the synagogue and began to teach.  22The people who heard him were amazed at the way he taught, for he wasn’t like the teachers of the Law; instead, he taught with authority.

23Just then a man with an evil spirit in him came into the synagogue and screamed, 24 what do you want with us, Jesus of Nazareth?  Are you here to destroy us?  I know who you are – you are God’s holy messenger!”

25Jesus ordered the spirit, “Be quiet, and come out of the man”

26The evil spirit shook the man hard, gave a loud scream, and came out of him.  27The people were all so amazed that they started saying to one another, “What is this?  Is it some kind of new teaching?  This man has authority to give orders to the evil spirits, and they obey him!”

28And so the news about Jesus spread quickly everywhere in the province of Galilee.

 

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Jesus Calls Four Fishermen

(Matt 4.12-22Luke 4.14-15;5.1-11)

 

14After John had been put in prison, Jesus went to Galilee and preached the Good News from God.

 

15“The right time has come,” he said, “and the Kingdom of God is near!  Turn away from your sins and believe the Good News!”

 

16As Jesus walked along the shore of Lake Galilee, he saw two fishermen, Simon and his brother Andrew, Catching fish with a net.

 

17Jesus said to them, “Come with me, and I will teach you to catch men.”

 

18At once they left their nets and went with him.

 

19He went a little farther on and saw two other brothers, James and John, the sons of Zebedee.  They were in their boat getting their nets ready.  20As soon as Jesus saw them, he called them; they left their father Zebedee in the boat with the hired men and went with Jesus.

 

Mark 121-28

马可福音    第一章  21 28 (1)

 

New words and Expressions     生字生词

 

1.  evil  a.  邪恶的,罪恶的

 

2.  disciple  n.  信徒,门徒,使徒

 

3.  Capernaum  n.     迦百农(地名)

 

4.  Sabbath  n.      安息日       

      The 7th day of the week observed from Friday evening to Saturday

      evening as a day of rest and worship,  by Jews and some Christians.