- Read the headings in Mark 9:2-29.
- Highlight verses 5, 7, and 23-24 of chapter 9.
- Read Mark 9:2-29.
- Consider the following questions.
What was Peter hoping to accomplish by building the three dwellings on the mountain? (9:5)
A voice from heaven has just told the disciples to listen to Jesus. What is the first thing Jesus tells his disciples? (9:9) Why is this so important?
Where are you in your relationship with God now?
going up the mountain
on the mountaintop
coming down the mountain
on the plains
in a rut
Who is the "Elijah" who has already come? (9:13) Look again at Mark 1:2-4 and then at Malachi 3:1 and 4:5. (Matthew 17:10-13 will also help you.)
In the healing of the boy with a spirit (9:14-29), upon whom does the boy's cure depend?
What are the potentials and the problems with Jesus' statement in 9:23? "All things can be done for the one who believes."
How have you experienced times in your life when you have said, "I believe; help my unbelief!" (9:24)