WHAT HAPPENS IN THIS EPISODE:

Jesus comforts and teaches his disciples with the following emphasis:

  • Jesus began and ended with comfort for his disciples. “Don’t let your hearts be troubled. Trust….” “I am leaving you with a gift – peace of mind and heart.” A gift which cannot come from the world.
  • Jesus is physically leaving them. But, he is not leaving them – or us – alone. In his place, he is asking the Father to send the Holy Spirit to guide, comfort, and inform them.
  • Your love for me is demonstrated by the way you keep my commandments.
  • My Father and I are one. I am in him, and he is in me
  • Your job is to believe and obey. Believe in the Father and in Jesus; we are one. Obey the commands to show your love for us.

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WHAT HAPPENS IN THIS EPISODE?

  • Jesus tells three stories regarding watching and readiness
  • Jesus describes the time of judgment – did we serve the “least”?
  • The leading priests and elders plot to kill Jesus
  • Judas Iscariot plots to betray Jesus
  • Some people believe; some don’t; some believe but are afraid to speak up
  • Jesus makes his final public appeal

SCRIPTURES USED IN THIS PODCAST

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WHAT HAPPENS IN THIS PODCAST EPISODE?

  • Jesus curses an unproductive fig tree
  • He cleans up the Temple – again
  • Religious leaders are looking for a way to kill Jesus but can’t formulate a plan
  • Jesus reminds his followers that he will have to die
  • Jehovah God verifies Jesus ministry
  • The disciples are stunned by a dead fig tree
  • Jesus tells them to believe and pray in their belief
  • Jesus is challenged to prove his authority for his ministry
  • Jesus tells the parable of the disobedient sons
  • Jesus tells a parable of the vineyard keeper and his murderous farmhands
  • Jesus tells a parable of a wedding banquet no one wants to attend
  • Jesus is challenged about paying taxes

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WHAT HAPPENS IN THIS EPISODE:

  • Jesus visits the home of Mary and Martha; and Martha does all the cooking
  • Jesus teaching his disciples about prayer
  • He reminds us of the goodness of Jehovah God
  • Jesus responds to the questions, “Are you the Messiah?”
  • People try to stone Jesus. Again.
  • He escapes. Again.
  • Jesus responds to a hotly debated question, “Will only a few be saved?”
  • Jesus counters a warning to leave Perea

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WHAT HAPPENS IN THIS EPISODE:

  • Jehovah God creates the earth and his ultimate creation, man and woman
  • Man and Woman mess up by disobeying Jehovah God and breaking the relationship between them and Jehovah God
  • Jehovah God starts the process of mending a now broken relationship.
  • A nation is built which has a special relationship with Jehovah God
  • But, that nation is just as rebellious and disobedient as the first Man and Woman
  • Jehovah God sends prophets – messengers – with message s of hope and promise
  • Finally, a messenger comes to a priest – after 400 years of silence
  • A messenger comes to a young teenager with word of a baby
  • The baby is born
  • Shepherds hear the message of this birth before anyone else
  • The Messiah is killed but then resurrected
  • The word goes to the world with a message of a new life, reconciliation, salvation, and love.

SCRIPTURES USED IN THIS EPISODE:

Music on this Podcast:

  • O Come All Ye Faithful (Adeste Fideles), attributed to John Francis Wade. Performed by the Robert Shaw Chorale
  • I Come to the Garden Alone, by C. Austin Miles. Performed by Praise and Harmony TV. https://youtu.be/FxPXJmUqkaA
  • O Come, O Come Emmanuel (Veni Emmanuel), M. Neale. Performed by the Robert Shaw Chorale
  • Away in a Manger, attributed by Martin Luther. Performed by the Robert Shaw Chorale
  • O Little Town of Bethlehem, by Phillips Brooks. Performed by the Robert Shaw Chorale
  • Hark the Herald Angels Sing, by Charles Wesley. Performed by the Robert Shaw Chorale
  • Why Did My Savior Come to Earth?, by J.G. Dailey. Performed by the West London ICOC.

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WHAT HAPPENS IN THIS EPISODE:

  • Jesus and his disciples find a man born blind
  • The disciples use this meeting to ask a theological question
  • Jesus uses this meeting to heal the man
  • Some of the man’s friends and family don’t believe that it is the same man. Others believe the healing
  • The Pharisees question the man – not just once, but three times
  • The Pharisees question the man’s parents
  • Jesus goes back to the man and reveals himself to him. The man believes
  • Jesus teaches: I am the gatekeeper to the sheep
  • Jesus teaches: I am the good shepherd
  • The crowd is split over this healing event and the teaching
  • We summarize the “I am” statements that Jesus has made to date

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WHAT DO WE HEAR ABOUT IN THIS PODCAST?

This episode summarizes some teaching in which Jesus explains his identity. However, the Pharisees and other Jews spend more time arguing than listening. Jesus challenges them with his words and reveals who he is, where he has come from, and from where he has received his authority. That doesn’t set well with the teachers and Pharisees. But, some others believe.

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A QUICK SUMMARY:

  • Peter asks a question which prompts a parable on forgiveness
  • Jesus’ brothers taunt him
  • Jesus secretly goes to the Feast of Tabernacles
  • He teaches in the Temple
  • Some believe; some don’t believe
  • But, the Pharisees and teachers of the law are upset
  • The authorities try to arrest Jesus – twice
  • The Pharisees and teachers of the law try to trap Jesus with a woman caught in the act of adultery

 

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I start out by telling you that you’re listening to episode #18. Nope. It was late and I was wrong. This is episode #19!

Jesus tells stories in this episode of Jesus Stories! Jesus was the consummate story teller. But, his stories all had a purpose. They were used to teach secrets about the Kingdom. These are secrets that some can hear and understand; others cannot. We go through some of Jesus’ stories in this episode including the explanations which Jesus offers to his disciples. Then, we begin telling the stories of Jesus’ miracles. We watch as Jesus stills a storm at sea. And we meet a man who is possessed by a Legion of demons – until Jesus meets him.

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In this episode of Jesus Stories, we will complete the confrontation between Jesus and the religious leaders of the day; including the arguments Jesus presents to prove his identity. He will make them even madder when his disciples “harvest” grain and eat it on the Sabbath and heal a man in the synagogue on the Sabbath. Finally, he leaves the city and goes out to the Sea Galilee only to be met with a crowd of people needing healing and exorcisms.  But all of this fulfills prophecy told 600 years before by Isaiah.

There are lots of Scriptures used in today’s episode. They include:

Map of Jesus’s Ministry in Galilee

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