The beginning of the gospel of Jesus Christ, the Son of God.
This is the heading that John Mark himself used for his history book. (He was a different man from the Gospel-Writer John)
Mark has not only written his own clear memories, but the memories of other disciples also. Mark’s story is short; his style is quick and immediate.
[Out of the two other gospel stories, Luke’s is written for the thinking person. He was a doctor; he carefully examined all that happened, and decided to write a well-ordered account.
The fourth writer, Matthew, before following Yeshu was probably a tax official of the Roman rulers. He wrote for Jewish people; he often recollects what was spoken by the prophets and now is fulfilled. How excited the people would have been if his good news had been plastered up on a wall in Jerusalem! ‘Look! At last the Saviour has come!’]