Chapter 9 is such an interesting chapter to me. First you have Jesus sending out His disciples where they preach the Good News and heal people but just a week or so later. (We don't have an exact timeline here but we know it was longer than a week. v 28) A man brings his demon possessed son to the disciples and they can't help. Of course, the disciples aren't all that different than I am. How often have I seen God do tremendous things to later doubt Him on something so similar. What does that say about the human nature? That we tend to forget too quickly the power of God.
There's some other really good stuff in this chapter, but I love reading what you guys share.