M A R K.
In this chapter, we have, I. Christ's healing a
man that had a withered hand, on the sabbath day, and the
combination of his enemies against him for it, ver. 1-6. II. The universal resort of people
to him from all parts, to be healed, and the relief they all found
with him, ver. 7-12. III.
His ordaining his twelve apostles to be attendants on him, and the
preachers of his gospel, ver.
13-21. IV. His answer to the blasphemous cavils of the
scribes, who imputed his power to cast out devils to a confederacy
with the prince of the devils, ver.
22-30. V. His owning his disciples for his nearest and
dearest relations, ver.