Three days before his death, Jesus pronounced 7 woes upon the scribes and Pharisees
Jesus exposes the scribes and pharisees. In Jesus’ teaching we learn much about obedience, it’s source, and it’s objective.
Jesus now asks the Jewish leaders a difficult question, “Whose Son is the Messiah?”. This will give Jesus an opportunity to explain that the Messiah is much more than a descendant of David. He is God.
There are only two ways to view the world. Either the creation is self-existent, naturalistic and complete in and of itself, or, there is a creator who stands apart from and outside of the creation as it’s originator and sustainer.
Jesus’s teaching on the greatest commandment has much to teach us on God’s love for us, our love for Him, our love for others, and the Christian life as a whole.
Jesus brilliantly responds to the Sadducees’ question regarding the resurrection.
Jesus’surprising answer to the Pharisees’ challenge about the legality of paying the Roman taxes and how we are to respect both government and God.
The only reasonable response to the faithfulness of God is a total allegiance to Him demonstrated by gratefulness and service from a humble heart.
There is a wonderful wedding banquet coming. You have been invited by the King to the palace. Come to this feast and dine with the King and His Son. To be allowed into the banquet you must be clothed in the proper wedding garment. What is this garment? Listen to learn what it is and…
Jesus tells the Parable of the Tenants, a very allegorical parable and prophecy detailing how the spiritual leaders of Israel have disregarded the prophets and will put Jesus to death later that week.