"Seeing in the distance a fig tree in leaf, he went to find out if it had any fruit. When he reached it, he found nothing but leaves, because it was not the season for figs. Then he said to the tree, 'May no one ever eat fruit from you again.' And his disciples heard him say it." - Mark 11:13-14
The first part of chapter 10 is about divorce. Instead of the Pharisees bringing up that Moses talked about divorce (as they did in Matthew), Jesus is the one that asks the Pharisees what Moses said. This gives a completely different connotation. Namely, that Jesus is changing a law of Moses, otherwise why would he bring up the contradiction? As usual, I'll point you to Matthew 5:17-19 where Jesus explicitly says that he is not here to abolish a single law of the prophets.
Next is the paragraph about Jesus touching little children. This time, Mark says that Jesus is indignant when he hears that the disciples have told people to stop bringing him children. Jesus's explanation for this is that the kingdom of heaven belongs to children. That means you have to touch them why?
Next is the story about the mother asking for her sons to be at the right and the left of Jesus. Except this time it's the two sons (two of the disciples) who are asking, instead of their mother. Jesus says that they don't know what they're asking, then he asks them if they are willing to be "baptized with the baptism I am baptized with". Repetitive Jesus is repetitively repetitive. Jesus says that even if they can drink from the cup he drinks from, and be baptized with the baptism he is baptized with, it's still up to God to grant positions at Jesus's side.
Jesus, on the way to Jerusalem. Comes across yet another blind man (this was two blind men in Matthew). Jesus asks what the man wants from him. The man says "Rabbi, I want to see you". Jesus simply says "Go, your faith has healed you." What? You didn't have to plug his ears, or spit in his eyes, or lay your hands on him, or spin three and a quarter turns counterclockwise and clap twice? (Only the last one is not in the bible, for the record) I guess Jesus has regained his normal healing ability.
Before Jesus enters Jerusalem, he (just as in Matthew) sends his disciples ahead to steal a colt (no donkey this time). This time, some people (not the owners) ask the disciples what they are doing. They respond that Jesus told them to bring the colt (note: they are not saying "because God needs it" like Jesus told them to). The people, seemingly convinced, let the disciples go. Again, this meets any reasonable definition of stealing (i.e. taking without asking) that I can think of.
Finally, we again hear the story of the withering fig tree. This time we are let in on an important fact: it wasn't even the season for figs. Why would Jesus kill a fig tree for not having figs, especially if it wasn't the season for them? Shouldn't he know it's not the season for figs?
In Mark's account, it takes an entire night for the fig tree to whither. Unlike Matthew's claim that the tree died instantly. Just in case you thought that the tree just coincidentally died, Peter tells Jesus that the tree he "cursed" has died. Not only does Jesus kill randomly, but he is apparently capable of "cursing" living things. I guess it's a curse of love.
I've heard of praying for a lot of things. But praying for what kind of sex toys you should sell people is a new one.
Joy and Kevin Wilson have created a Christian sex toy website that caters exclusively to married couples (though they admit that it's unenforced). They were so offended by the nude images on the boxes of some of the sex toys they were (presumably) buying that they just had to start their own sex toy business. And as I alluded to, God has his hand in the toy's selection:
We have prayed every step of the way for guidance on what products to offer on this site.
Of course, you can only use your vibrator while thinking about your spouse. Otherwise you're committing adultery (according to Jesus).
Just let me get this straight. Looking at an image of a naked woman is gross and wrong (even adulterous). But putting your penis in a vagina shaped rubber sleeve is totally fine. Religion is great.