M A R K.
In this chapter, we have, I. Christ's miraculous
feeding of four thousand with seven loaves and a few small fishes,
ver. 1-9. II. His refusing
to give the Pharisees a sign from heaven, ver. 10-13. III. His cautioning his
disciples to take heed of the leaven of Pharisaism and Herodianism,
ver. 14-21. IV. His
giving of sight to a blind man at Bethsaida, ver. 22-26. V. Peter's confession of him,
ver. 27-30. VI. The
notice he gave his disciples of his own approaching sufferings
(ver. 31-33), and the
warning he gave them to prepare for sufferings likewise, ver. 34-38.