The Gospel of Mark provides a swift, action-centered accounts of Jesus Christ’s ministry and miracles. With an emphasis on actions over words, it highlights eighteen miracles, underlining Jesus as a ceaseless doer of divine wonders. Structured specifically for a Roman audience, Mark’s gospel skips Jewish histories to illustrate Jesus as a formidable force wielding power selflessly. It also underlines the importance of servanthood and humility in leadership. The narrative encourages readers to welcome divine interventions and integrate Jesus’ altruistic spirit into their lives.