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Free Bible Version New Testament Version 1.1 Jonathan Gallagher. February 14, 2013. Published and distributed by: Free Bible Ministry, www.freebibleversion.org

The Gospel of Mark, Chapter 6
Jesus in the Synagogue,Mark 6 1-3.
The Gospel
of Mark
Chapter 6
1 Jesus left and went home to Nazareth with his disciples. 2 On Sabbath he began teaching in the synagogue, and many of those who were listening were surprised. “Where does he get these ideas?” they asked. “What’s this wisdom he’s been given? Where does he get the power to do miracles? 3 Isn’t this the carpenter, Mary’s son—the brother of James, Joseph, Judas and Simon? Don’t his sisters live here among us?” They were offended and rejected him.
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Bible text provided by: Free Bible Version New Testament Version 1.1 Jonathan Gallagher. February 14, 2013. Published and distributed by: Free Bible Ministry, www.freebibleversion.org

The Gospel of Mark, Chapter 6
Painting of Christ sending forth the apostles, Mark 6 7-11
7 He called together the twelve disciples, and began sending them out two by two, giving them authority over evil spirits. 8 He told them not to take anything with them except a walking stick—no bread, no bag, and no money in their belts. 9 They could wear sandals, but they were not to take an extra shirt. 10 “When you’re invited into a home, stay there until you leave,” he told them. 11 “If you’re not welcomed and not listened to, then shake the dust from your feet as you leave as a sign you have given up on them.” 12 So they went around telling people to repent. 13 They drove out many demons, and healed many who were sick by anointing them with oil.
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