This is the second message in a series going through the book of Mark called The Gospel of the Son of God. In this sermon series, we will go step by step through the Gospel of Mark, looking at what the gospel of the Son of God means for history, for our lives today, and for the future. In this message, Pastor Aaron Shamp shows us the implications of Jesus' baptism and time of solitude in the wilderness, that though being divine, he suffered so that we can know him and so that he could know us, using Mark 1:9-13.

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