The Gospel According to Mark Chapter 12

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Taken from the Expositor's Study Bible. The Gospel According to Mark Chapter 12 has subdivisions of The Parable of The Wicked Husbandmen, Tribute to Caesar, The Resurrection, The Great Commandment, David's Son, and The Widow's Mite. It is hoped that you enjoy the video and God Bless!
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25 For when they shall rise from the dead (proclaims the guarantee by Christ of the coming Resurrection), they neither marry, nor are given in marriage (marriage was instituted by God to bring forth and perpetuate the human race; due to having glorified bodies in Heaven, which will take place in the Resurrection, there will be no death and, therefore, no need to perpetuate the race, therefore, no need for marriage); but are as the Angels which are in Heaven (only in the sense of which He speaks).
26 And as touching the dead, that they rise (refers to dead bodies, and not the soul and spirit, which are already with the Lord, that is, if the person was saved when they died): have you not read in the Book of Moses, how in the bush God spoke unto him (Ex. 3:5-6), saying, I am the God of Abraham, and the God of Isaac, and the God of Jacob? (God did not say, “I was the God of Abraham...” referring to someone who was dead, out of existence, and was no more. He instead said, “I am the God of Abraham...” meaning that these individuals continued to be alive at the time of Moses, even though their bodies were dead.)
27 He is not the God of the dead (meaning that God is not the God of something which no longer exists), but the God of the Living (meaning that no individual goes out of existence at death, but actually lives forever, whether redeemed or in a fallen state; the soul and the spirit of man are eternal): you therefore do greatly err (not merely “err,” but rather “greatly err”).
36 For David himself said by the Holy Spirit (affirms by Christ that David wrote Psalm 110; as well, it proclaims the fact that it was inspired by the Holy Spirit), The LORD said to my Lord (the first “LORD” is the august title of God in the Hebrew Old Testament, i.e., “Jehovah”; so the first “LORD” refers to God the Father with the second “Lord” referring to God the Son; in effect, the entirety of the Trinity is addressed here; the Holy Spirit makes up the Third Person, the One Who inspired what was said), Sit thou on My Right Hand, till I make Your enemies Your footstool (refers to the time after the Cross, when Christ is exalted, which speaks of the present time [Heb. 1:3]; in essence, all enemies were defeated at the Cross [Col. 2:14-15], but will be defeated in a practical sense by the end of the Kingdom Age [Rev. 20; 1 Cor. 15:24-28]).
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