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Every event of Jesus’ life has meaning for us, rediscover how he provided the greatest example of how to live
The Sower

The Sower

The Sower “Whoever has ears to hear, let him hear.” Matthew 13 Jesus was teaching by the seashore...

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Jesus of Nazareth

Jesus of Nazareth

Jesus of Nazareth Why is Jesus Christ associated with Nazareth? Nazareth, a small village in Upper...

The Widow’s Mite

The Widow’s Mite

Jesus taught the rich that the sacrifice of a poor woman was greater than theirs, not measured by amount of money, by the amount of sacrifice.

Jesus Blesses the Little Children

Jesus Blesses the Little Children

Christ invites children to join him, and blesses them, teaching that we must be as humble as little children in order to enter the Kingdom of God.

How Did Jesus Teach?

How Did Jesus Teach?

Why speakest thou unto them in parables? He answered and said unto them, Because it is given unto you to know the mysteries of the kingdom of heaven, but to them it is not given.

Welcome to Caiaphas’ House

Welcome to Caiaphas’ House

Caiaphas’ house was grand enough that a crowd gathered inside and in the courtyard to watch the illegal trial, including Peter, who had just denied Jesus.

How the Pharisees Viewed the Sabbath

How the Pharisees Viewed the Sabbath

Keeping the Sabbath is very serious indeed. In ancient times, punishable by death. But the rabbis could declare something a matter of life and death and excuse breaking the Sabbath to save a person or animal.

Was the Law of Moses Cruel?

Was the Law of Moses Cruel?

The Law of Moses was the Aaronic Priesthood law, that is, it was a lower, school-master law meant to prepare Israel to receive the higher laws of the Priesthood of Christ.

Throwing the First Stone

Throwing the First Stone

It included trial law to protect the accused. Under the Law of Moses the accuser had a lot of responsibility.

Why the Conflict Between Jews and Samaritans ?

Why the Conflict Between Jews and Samaritans ?

The Greco-Syrian empire conquered the Holy Land in 175 B.C. The Samaritans denied they were Jews in order to fit in. In Judea, the Maccabees revolted and became the rulers of Judea. Their kingdom was smaller, but they forayed north into Samaria to expand it.

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