Preached FCCW July 8, 2018
Jesus came to his hometown of Nazareth.
And he could do no deed of power there, except he laid his hands on a few sick people and cured them.
Let that statement sink in for a moment.
Curing even a few sick people by laying hands on them would rate as pretty impressive for most people.
But Jesus wasn’t most people.
Up to this point in Mark’s Gospel, Jesus had already been building a resumé of miracles that included subduing a raging storm at sea,
healing sick people, paralytics and lepers,
casting out demons, and even raising the dead back to life.