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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THE SHORT STORY SHOW NOTES

  • Jesus: “What does everyone say about me?”
  • Jesus: “Who do you think that I am?”
  • Peter jumps in with a confession and Jesus responds with an important and controversial reply.
  • The apostles are given access and authority.
  • Jesus shares his future sufferings with his followers. But, Peter reprimands him.
  • Jesus responds by telling everyone that following Jesus is costly; it may even cost your life.
  • Jesus is transfigured in front of Peter, James, and John. Jehovah God affirms his identity.
  • Jesus casts out a demon which his apostles cannot cast out.
  • The disciples argue among themselves about who is the greatest. Jesus teaches about humility.
  • The disciples ask about someone throwing out demons in Jesus’ name who is not a part of the group.
  • Jesus teaches on conflict resolution.

SCRIPTURE REFERENCES

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This episode is full of amazing action and confusing teaching!

Jesus apostles come back from their teaching, preaching and healing to report to Jesus all that happened. They bring a crowd with them! So, instead of getting a much needed rest, they are caught up with Jesus in teaching and ministering to a crowd of over 10,000 people. This includes feeding them! Using the provision of two pieces of fish and five loaves of bread, Jesus feeds this crowd.

Jesus sends the apostles across the Sea of Galilee while he goes to the hills to pray. In the middle of the night, in the midst of a rough storm the apostles are having trouble keeping their boat afloat. Jesus comes to them – walking on the water. While they think he is a ghost, he comforts them and even invites Peter to join him – on the water.

They arrive on the other side of the Sea – meeting back up with the crowd that has already been fed. Jesus tells them that they have followed him because they were fed the day before. They really don’t understand what that miracle was about. Then he launches into a dialog with the crowd and shows that he is the Bread of Life that they need to be seeking and taking into themselves.

This confuses them and some disciples decide to leave. The apostles, however, stay, asserting that Jesus is the one with words which give life forever.

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This episode of the Jesus Stories podcast covers some interesting events and begins some famous teaching. Jesus chooses his apostles and then moves to his most famous teaching – the Sermon on the Mount. Jesus begins the Sermon with what are known as the Beatitudes. We break these teachings down to show Jesus’ upside down view of the Kingdom of God.

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