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Links Podcast Website Report a Concern. Jesus’ family moves to Egypt, then to Galilee. Jesus’ way is paved by John the baptist. Jesus is tested by Satan. Jesus preaches on happiness and on the law. Jesus preaches on showiness and on worry.


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Jesus preaches on providence and on fruit-bearing. Jesus heals more and calls Matthew. Jesus sends out twelve disciples. Jesus explains his relationship with the baptist. Jesus rules the Sabbath and the demons. Jesus tells parables about the kingdom. Jesus creates food and calms the storm. Jesus teaches about sincerity. Jesus predicts the church and his death. Jesus appears with Dzongkga and Elijah in glory. Jesus teaches about forgiveness.

Jesus teaches about divorce and about riches. Jesus teaches about the coming kingdom. Jesus enters Jerusalem and is confronted. Jesus answers trick questions. Jesus pronounces woes on the Pharisees. Jesus predicts the destuction of Jerusalem. Jesus tells parables about the judgment. Jesus is arrested and tried.

Jesus is convicted and crucified. Jesus is raised from the dead. The ministry of Jesus begins. The apostles are appointed.

The farmer sows the word. Various people are healed. The apostles are sent and miracles are performed. Cleanliness is said to be internal.

Four thousand families are fed by one small lunch. The servant is the greatest. It is hard for the rich to be saved. Crowds welcome Jesus to Jerusalem. Teachers of the Law question questions. Jerusalem and later the earth will be destroyed. The Jews arrest and try Jesus. The Romans arrest and try Jesus. The women discover an empty tomb.

The birth of Jesus is foretold. The birth of Jesus is fulfilled. John prepares people for the kingdom. Satan has his showdown with Jesus. The first disciples are called. The twelve apostles are appointed.

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John’s disciples talk to Jesus. A storm is calmed and many are healed. Five thousand are fed and Jesus is transfigured. Seventy-two disciples are commissioned. Disciples learn about prayer, Beelzebub, and hypocrisy. Disciples are warned about wealth, worry, and watchfulness.

Repentance is called for. Following Jesus is costly. God looks for the lost. The rich man and Lazarus die and are rewarded.

Ten lepers are healed. Zacchaeus turns to Jesus, who then enters Jerusalem. The chief priests try to trap Jesus. Signs will warn of Jerusalem’s destruction. Judas betrays Jesus, who is then arrested. Pilate allows Jesus to be crucified. Jesus is raised and appears to many. Blessed are they who did not see, and yet believed. Jesus returns to heaven. The Spirit comes and the church is created.

Peter and John are jailed for healing and teaching. The church grows in number and in sharing. Ananias1 and Sapphira are killed for hypocrisy. The church chooses servants for the Grecian widows. Stephen is stoned for preaching about Jesus. Philip converts a proselyte from Ethiopia. Ananias2 converts a persecutor named Saul. Peter converts a Gentile named Cornelius.

Peter defends his activity among the Gentiles. James is executed and Peter is imprisoned. Barnabas and Saul Paul start on a mission trip. Barnabas and Paul return from their mission trip.

The church holds a conference regarding Gentile conversions. Paul and Silas travel to Achaia. Paul preaches in Athens. Paul and his companions teach in Corinth.