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Learn of Me — Lesson Seventeen

Learn of Me — Lesson Seventeen

Luke 12 – 17; John 11 “Rejoice with Me; for I Have Found My Sheep Which Was Lost” The leaven of the Pharisees (Luke 12:1 – 5): Notice verse 1 which states that a multitude had gathered and there were so many that they “trode one upon the other.” We don’t know whether...

Learn of Me — Lesson Sixteen

Learn of Me — Lesson Sixteen

John 7 – 10 With Easter celebrations behind us, we now go backward in our study of the scriptures—back to the autumn before Christ’s crucifixion. We see Jesus testifying of Himself bravely in Jerusalem while the Jews gathered for two important holidays: Sukkoth (the...

Learn of Me — Lesson Fifteen

Learn of Me — Lesson Fifteen

Matthew 18; Luke 10 What Shall I Do to Inherit Eternal Life? What does it mean to become like a little child? (Matthew 18:1 – 6): It’s not that little children don’t throw tantrums. It’s not that they are never stubborn, or that they have no need to be disciplined....

Learn of Me— Lesson Fourteen, Easter

Learn of Me— Lesson Fourteen, Easter

Easter Jerusalem was always a dangerous place for Jesus, and He didn’t spend much time there. He spent most of His time preaching in Galilee. But He prophesied to the apostles that He would have to go there, where He would be put to death: From that time, Jesus began...

Learn of Me Lesson Thirteen

Learn of Me Lesson Thirteen

Matthew 16–17; Mark 8–9; Luke 9 Thou Art the Christ A testimony of Christ comes by revelation (Matthew 16: 13 – 17; Luke 9: 18 – 21):  Learning the cultural and historical context of the New Testament can deepen our understanding of the events that happened. For...

Learn of Me  Lesson Twelve

Learn of Me Lesson Twelve

Matthew 14-15; Mark 6-7; John 5-6 Be Not Afraid Herod thinks Jesus is John the Baptist, whom he had killed (Matthew 14: 1 – 13; Mark 6: 14 – 30): This Herod was not Herod the Great, who murdered innocent children in Bethlehem shortly after Jesus’ birth. This is his...

Learn of Me  Lesson Eleven

Learn of Me Lesson Eleven

Matthew 13; Luke 8 & 13Who Hath Ears to Hear, Let Him Hear Jesus told stories about every-day things and circumstances so that anyone could understand. Living in the Holy Land, a person would learn about native crops, animals, etc., so such imagery made sense and...

Learn of Me Lesson Ten

Learn of Me Lesson Ten

Matthew 10 – 12; Mark 2; Luke 7; 11These Twelve are Sent Forth Try to imagine organizing a following at the time of Jesus. Nowadays, we have amazing ways of communicating instantly around the world via phone networks and the internet. We have satellites in the heavens...

Learn of Me —  Lesson Nine

Learn of Me — Lesson Nine

Matthew 8 – 9; Mark 2 – 5 Thy Faith Hath Made Thee Whole Jesus performs miracles Try to have your family or the group you meet with imagine the situation of the people Jesus taught. They came from far and wide to seek Him, hoping to be healed. The Bible says...

Learn of Me — Lesson Eight

Learn of Me — Lesson Eight

Matthew 6 – 7 He Taught Them as One Having Authority Matthew 6 and 7 continue the Sermon on the Mount. Studying to find context for Jesus’ teachings can really enlighten us as we read these chapters. Matthew 6: Almsgiving (vs 1 – 4): In Judaism, almsgiving includes...

Learn of Me — Lesson Seven

Learn of Me — Lesson Seven

Matthew 5; Luke 6 Blessed are Ye Matthew 5: The Sermon on the Mount (Matthew 5): Christ delivered this sermon on a hill in Galilee, perhaps near Capernaum. Blessed are the poor in spirit (v 3): Why would the Kingdom of Heaven belong to those who are poor in spirit?...

Learn of Me — Lesson Six  John 2 – 4

Learn of Me — Lesson Six John 2 – 4

John 2 – 4 Ye Must Be Born Again The third day (John 2:1): In the Holy Land, the Roman names for days of the week are not used. The days of the week are simply First Day, Second Day, Third Day, Fourth Day, Fifth Day, Sixth Day, Sabbath (“Shabbat”). Days are reckoned...

Learn of Me — Lesson Five   Matthew 4; Luke 4 – 5

Learn of Me — Lesson Five Matthew 4; Luke 4 – 5

Matthew 4; Luke 4 – 5 The Spirit of the Lord is upon Me The temptation of Christ (Matthew 4: 1 – 11; Luke 4: 1 – 13): All of Satan’s attempts to tempt the Savior had to do with twisting the definition of Christ’s calling and using His power to satisfy Himself rather...

Learn of Me — Lesson Four  Matthew 3; Mark 1; Luke 3

Learn of Me — Lesson Four Matthew 3; Mark 1; Luke 3

Matthew 3; Mark 1; Luke 3   Prepare Ye the Way of the Lord How was John the Baptist unique? (Matthew 3): John’s preaching and baptizing in the wilderness became a great spectacle. Curious people came from miles around, even from Galilee, to watch and listen to him. As...

Learn of Me — Lesson Three  John 1

Learn of Me — Lesson Three John 1

John 1 In Genesis we get this insight about the power of the Word: “And I, God, said: Let there be light; and there was light.” God spoke, and the universe moved from chaos to order, infused with light that emanates from God through Jesus. An interesting discussion...

Learn of Me — Lesson Two  Matthew 2; Luke 2

Learn of Me — Lesson Two Matthew 2; Luke 2

Learn of Me — Lesson TwoMatthew 2; Luke 2 Wise Men from the East (Matt 2:1): When the Jews returned to Judea from Babylon after the Babylonian captivity, most stayed behind under Persian rule. Babylon continued to be the main location for Jewish scholars for hundreds...

Learn of Me- Lesson One Matthew 1; Luke 1

Learn of Me- Lesson One Matthew 1; Luke 1

Learn of Me- Lesson One Matthew 1; Luke 1 Who was Matthew? Matthew was Jewish, but he was also a tax collector employed by the Romans. Tax collectors were considered traitors by their fellow Jews, but there were honest tax collectors like Matthew. Discussion Question:...

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