Mark 11

From chapter 10:46 comes the last scene—the Lord presenting Himself to Jerusalem, and that too, as we are all aware, from Jericho. We have His progress to Jerusalem, beginning with the cure of the blind man. I need not dwell on the details, nor on His entrance on the colt of the ass into the city as the King. Neither need I say more about the fig tree (one day cursed, the next day seen to be thoroughly withered up), nor the Lord’s call to faith in God, and its effect in and on prayer. Nor need we enter particularly into the question of authority raised by the religious leaders.