The Life Of Jesus Christ

  1. Pre-existence of the King: John 1:1-18
  2. Introduction of the King
  3. Arrival of the King
  4. Ancestry of the King: Matthew 1:1-17; Luke 3:23-38
  5. Arrival of the King:
  6. Announcement of the birth of John: Luke 1:5-25
  7. Announcement to Mary of the birth of Jesus: Luke 1:26-38
  8. Arrival of Mary in Judea: Luke 1:39-45
  9. Praise of Mary: Luke 1:46-56
  10. The birth of John: Luke 1:57-80
  11. Announcement of the birth of Jesus to Joseph:

Matthew 1:18-25

  1. The birth of King Jesus: Luke 2:1-7
  2. Announcement of the birth of Jesus to the shepherds:

Luke 2:8-20

  1. The infancy and childhood of the King
  2. Circumcision of the King: Luke 2:21
  3. Presentation of the King: Luke 2:22-38
  4. Infancy of the King:

(l)         In Bethlehem: Matthew 2:1-12

(2)        In Egypt: Matthew 2:13-18

(3)        In Nazareth: Matthew 2:19-23; Luke 2:39

  1. The childhood of the King

(l)         Growth of the King: Luke 2:40

(2)        The King visits Jerusalem: Luke 2:41-50

(3)        Development of the King: Luke 2:51-52

  1. The forerunner of the King:  John the Baptist
  2. The message to John: Mark 1:1; Luke 3:1-2
  3. The message of John: Matthew 3:1-6; Mark 1:2-6; Luke 3:3-6
  4. The explanation by John: Matthew 3:7-10; Luke 3:7-14
  5. The promise by John: Matthew 3:11-12; Mark :7-8; Luke 3:15-18

III.       The approval of the King

  1. The approval of the King
  2. At His baptism: Matthew 3:13-17; Mark 1:9-11; Luke 3:21-23
  3. By His temptation: Matthew 4:1-11; Mark 1:12-13; Luke 4:1-13
  4. By His forerunner, John:
  5. Testimony of John to the leaders: John 1:19-28
  6. Testimony of John to Jesus: John 1:29-34
  7. Acceptance of the King
  8. Belief by the first disciples: John 1:35-51
  9. Belief through the first miracle: John 2:1-12
  10. Possession of the temple: John 2:13-22
  11. Acceptance in Judea: John 2:23-3:21
  12. The witness of John: John 3:22-36
  13. In Zebulun/Naphtali: Matthew 4:12; Mark 1:14; Luke 3:19-20; 4:14;

John 4:1-4

  1. Acceptance in Samaria: John 4:5-42
  2. Acceptance in Galilee: John 4:43-45
  3. The authority of the King
  4. His authority to preach: Matthew 4:17; Mark 1:15; Luke 4:14-15
  5. His authority over disease: John 4:46-54
  6. Rejection of His authority in Nazareth: Luke 4:16-30
  7. Residence in Capernaum: Matthew 4:13-16
  8. His authority over nature: Matthew 4:18-22; Mark 1:16-20;

Luke 5:1-11

  1. His authority over demons: Mark 1:21-28; Luke 4:31-37
  2. Authority over sickness: Matthew 8:14-17; Mark 1:29-34;

Luke 4:38-41

  1. Authority to preach: Matthew 4:23-25; Mark 1:35-39; Luke 4:42-44
  2. Authority over defilement: Matthew 8:1-4; Mark 1:40-45;

Luke 5:12-16

  1. His authority to forgive sin: Matthew 9:1-8; Mark 2:1-12;

Luke 5:17-26

  1. His authority over men: Matthew 9:9-13; Mark  2:13-17;

Luke 5:27-32

  1. Authority over tradition: Matthew 9:14-17; Mark 2:18-22;

Luke 5:33-39

  1. His authority over the Sabbath:
  2. Through the healing of the paralytic: John 5:1-47
  3. Through argument over grain: Matthew 12:1-8;

Mark 2:23-28; Luke 6:1-5

  1. Through healing the withered hand: Matthew 12:9-14;

Mark 3:1-6; Luke 6:6-11

  1. His authority to heal: Matthew 12:15-21; Mark 3:7-12
  2. His authority to commission: Mark 3:13-19; Luke 6:12-16
  3. His authority to interpret the law: Matthew 5:1-7:29; Luke 6:17-42
  4. He is the fulfillment: Matthew 5:17-20
  5. Rejection of traditional interpretation of the law:

(l)         Murder: Matthew 5:21-26

(2)        Adultery: Matthew 5:27-30

(3)        Divorce: Matthew 5:31-32

(4)        Oaths: Matthew 5:33-37

(5)        Retaliation: Matthew 5:38-42

(6)        Love: Matthew 5:43-48; Luke 6:27-30; 32-36

  1. Rejection of the practices of the Pharisees:

(l)         Giving: Matthew 6:1-4

(2)        Prayer: Matthew 6:5-15

(3)        Fasting: Matthew 6:16-18

(4)        Attitude toward wealth: Matthew 6:19-24

(5)        Lack of faith: Matthew 6:25-34

(6)        Judging: Matthew 7:1-6; Luke 6:37-42

  1. Instruction to those who would enter the Kingdom:

(l)         Prayer: Matthew 7:7-11

(2)        Righteousness: Matthew 7:12; Luke 6:31, 43-45

(3)        The way of access: Matthew 7:13-14

(4)        Warning to false teachers: Matthew 7:15-23

(5)        The two foundations: Matthew 7:24-8:1; Luke 6:46-49

  1. Recognition of the King’s authority in Capernaum: Matthew 8:5-13                                                            Luke 7:1-10
  2. Recognition of the King’s authority in Nain:  Luke 7:11-17
  3. Witness of the twelve to the Kingdom: Matthew 9:35-11:1;

Mark 6:6-13;   Luke 9:1-6

  1. Controversy over the King
  2. Rejection of John: Matthew 11:2-19; Luke 7:18-35
  3. Death of John: Matthew 14:1-12; Mark 6:14-29; Luke 9:7-9
  4. The curse of the cities of Galilee: Matthew 11:20-30
  5. Condemnation for their unbelief: Matthew 11:20-24
  6. Explanation of their unbelief: Matthew 11:25-27
  7. An invitation to believe: Matthew 11:28-30
  8. Controversy over a sinner: Luke 7:36-50
  9. Witness to the King: Luke 8:1-3
  10. Rejection of the King by the leaders: Matthew 12:22-37; Mark 3:19-30
  11. Request by the leaders for a sign from the King: Matthew 12:38-45
  12. Rejection of the nation: Matthew 12:46-50; Mark 3:31-35; Luke 8:19-21
  13. Revelations of the rejected King:
  14. The Kingdom in the present: Matthew 13:1-53; Mark 4:1-34;

Luke 8:4-18

  1. Power over nature: Matthew 8:18, 23-27; Mark 4:35-41;

Luke 8:22-25

  1. Power over demons: Matthew 8:28-34; Mark 5:1-20; Luke 8:26-39
  2. Power over disease/death: Matthew 9:18-26; Mark 5:21-43;

Luke 8:40-56

  1. Power over blindness: Matthew 9:27-34
  2. Rejection in Nazareth: Matthew 13:54-58; Mark 6:1-6
  3. Instruction of the disciples by the King
  4. Feeding of the 5,000: Matthew 14:13-21; Mark 6:30-44; Luke 9:10-17;

John 6:1-13

  1. Rejection of offer to be King: Matthew 14:22-23; Mark 6:45-46;

John 6:14-15

  1. Instruction by example in Gennesaret: Matthew 14:34-36; Mark 6:53-56
  2. Instruction concerning the Bread of Life: John 6:22-71
  3. Instruction concerning defilement: Matthew 15:1-20; Mark 7:1-23; John 7:1
  4. Instruction in:
  5. Tyre and Sidon: Matthew 15:21-28; Mark 7:24-30
  6. Decapolis: Matthew 15:29-38; Mark 7:31-8:9
  7. Magadan: Matthew 15:39-16:4; Mark 8:10-12
  8. A warning against rejection: Matthew 16:5-12; Mark 8:13-26
  9. The confession of Peter: Matthew 16:13-20; Mark 8:27-30; Luke 9:18-21
  10. Instruction concerning the death of the King: Matthew 16:21; 17:22-23;

Mark 8:31-33; 9:30-32; Luke 9:22; 43-45

  1. Concerning discipleship: Matthew 16:22-28; Mark 8:34-9:1; Luke 9:23-27
  2. Revelation of the Kingdom: Matthew 17:1-8; Mark 9:2-8; Luke 9:28-36
  3. Instruction concerning Elijah: Matthew 17:9-13; Mark 9:9-13
  4. Concerning dependence: Matthew 17:14-21; Mark 9:14-29; Luke 9:37-43
  5. Instruction concerning sonship: Matthew 17:24-27
  6. Humility: Matthew 18:1-5; Mark 9:33-37; Luke 9:46-48
  7. Pride: Matthew 18:6-14; Mark 9:38-50; Luke 9:49-50
  8. Forgiveness: Matthew 18:15-35
  9. Discipleship: Matthew 8:19-22; Luke 9:57-62
  10. A challenge by the brothers of the King: John 7:2-9
  11. The journey to Jerusalem: Luke 9:51-56; John 7:10

 

  1. Opposition to the King
  2. Conflict at the Feast of Tabernacles
  3. The authority of the King is questioned: John 7:11-15
  4. The explanation by the King: John 7:16-24
  5. The person of the King is questioned: John 7:25-27
  6. The explanation by the King: John 7:28-30
  7. Response: John 7:31-36
  8. An invitation from the King: John 7:37-52
  9. Conflict over the law: John 7:53-8:11
  10. Conflict over the light: John 8:12-20
  11. Conflict over the person of the King: John 8:21-59
  12. Conflict over the healing of a blind man: John 9:1-41
  13. Conflict over the shepherd: John 10:1-21
  14. Witness of the seven: Luke 10:1-24
  15. Conflict over the question of eternal life: Luke 10:25-37
  16. Conflict at the feast of dedication: John 10:22-39
  17. Conflict over the healing of the dumb man: Luke 11:14-36
  18. Conflict over ritualism: Luke 11:37-54

VII.     Instruction of the disciples by the King

  1. An example of fellowship: Luke 10:38-42
  2. Instruction in prayer: Luke 11:1-13
  3. Kingdom principles concerning:
  4. Hypocrisy: Luke 12:1-12
  5. Covetousness: Luke 12:13-34
  6. Watchfulness: Luke 12:35-41
  7. Faithfulness: Luke 12:42-48
  8. The effect of the King’s coming: Luke 12:49-53
  9. Signs of the times: Luke 12:54-59
  10. Repentance: Luke 13:1-9
  11. Israel’s need: Luke 13:10-17
  12. The Kingdom program: Luke 13:18-21
  13. Withdrawal from Judea: John 10:40-42
  14. Instruction concerning entrance into the Kingdom: Luke 13:22-35
  15. Instruction in a Pharisee’s house: Luke 14:1-24
  16. Instruction on Kingdom principles concerning:
  17. Discipleship: Luke 14:25-35
  18. God’s attitude toward sinners: Luke 15:1-32
  19. Wealth: Luke 16:1-31
  20. Forgiveness: Luke 17:1-6
  21. Service: Luke 17:7-10
  22. The raising of Lazarus:
  23. The miracle: John 11:1-44
  24. Conflict over the miracle: John 11:45-54
  25. Instruction on Kingdom principles concerning:
  26. Thankfulness: Luke 17:11-19
  27. The coming of the King: Luke 17:20-37
  28. Prayer: Luke 18:1-14
  29. Divorce: Matthew 19:1-12; Mark 10:1-12
  30. Entrance into the Kingdom: Matthew 19:13-15; Mark 10:17-31;

Luke 18:31-34

  1. Israel: Matthew 20:29-34; Mark 10:46-53;  Luke 18:35-43
  2. Personal faith: Luke 19:1-10
  3. The postponed Kingdom: Luke 19:11-28

VIII.    Presentation of the King

  1. The King arrives in Bethany: John 11:55-12:1, 9-11
  2. Entry into Jerusalem: Matthew 21:1-11, 14-17; Mark 11:1-11;

Luke 19:29-44; John 12:12-19

  1. Authority of the King: Matthew 21:12-13, 18-19; Mark 11:12-18;

Luke 19:45-48

  1. Invitations by the King: John 12:20-50
  2. Proof of authority: Matthew 21:20-22; Mark 11:19-25; Luke 21:37-38
  3. The King’s authority challenged:
  4. By the priests and elders:  The rejection of the King: Matthew 21:23-

22:14; Mark 11:27-12:12; Luke 20:1-19

  1. By the Pharisees and Herodians:  Kingdom principles regarding

tribute: Matthew  22:15-22; Mark 12:13-17; Luke 20:20-26

  1. By the Sadducees:  Kingdom principles regarding the  resurrection:                                                 Matthew 22:23-33; Mark 12:18-27; Luke 20:27-40
  2. By the Pharisees: The greatest commandment in the  Kingdom:

Matthew 22:34-40; Mark 12:28-34

  1. A challenge by the King: Matthew 22:41-46; Mark 12:35-37;

Luke 20:41-44

  1. Principles of judgment: Matthew 23:1-39; Mark 12:38-40; Luke 20:45-47
  2. Kingdom principles of giving: Mark 12:41-44; Luke 21:1-4
  3. Preparation for the death of the King
  4. Predictions by the King
  5. The question: Matthew 24:1-3
  6. The tribulation: Matthew 24:27-30
  7. The second coming: Matthew 4:27-30
  8. The regathering of Israel: Matthew 24:31
  9. End-time parables:
  10. The fig tree: Matthew 24:32-44
  11. The faithful servant: Matthew 24:45-51
  12. Ten virgins: Matthew 25:1-13
  13. The talents: Matthew 25:14-30
  14. Judgment on the Gentiles: Matthew 25:31-46
  15. Preparation for the death of the King:
  16. The prediction of His death: Matthew 26:1-2; Mark 14:1; Luke 22:1
  17. The plan of the rulers: Matthew 26:3-5; Mark 14:1-2; Luke 22:2
  18. Pouring of the ointment: Matthew 26:6-13; Mark 14:3-9; John 12:2-8
  19. The promise to betray: Matthew 26:14-16; Mark 14:10-11;

Luke 22:3-6

  1. Preparation for the Passover: Matthew 26:17-19; Mark 14:12-16;

Luke 22:7-13

  1. The Passover: Matthew 26:20; Mark 14:17; Luke 22:14-16; 24-30
  2. Provision of an example: John 13:1-20
  3. Prediction of Judas’ betrayal: Matthew 26:21-25; Mark 14:18-21;

Luke 22:21-23; John 13:21-30

  1. Prediction of Peter’s denial: Matthew 26:31-35; Mark 14:27-31;

Luke 22:31-38; John 13:37-38

  1. A memorial: Matthew 26:26-30; Mark 14:22-26; Luke 22:17-20
  2. Final message of the King:
  3. Introduction: John 13:31-35
  4. Problems: John 13:36-14:24
  5. Promises: John 14:25-31
  6. Instruction concerning:
  7. Fruit bearing: John 15:1-17
  8. Enemies of the disciples: John 15:18-16:4
  9. The ministry of the Holy Spirit: John 16:5-15
  10. Results of the resurrection: John 16:16-28
  11. Conclusion: John 16:29-33
  12. Final prayers of the King
  13. His prayer for Himself: John 17:1-5
  14. His prayer for His disciples: John 17:6-19
  15. His prayer for all believers: John 17:20-26
  16. The Garden Prayer: Matthew 26:36-46; Mark 14:32-42; Luke 22:39-46;

John 18:1

  1. Death of the King
  2. Arrest: Matthew 26:47-56; Mark 14:43-52; Luke 22:47-53; John 18:2-12
  3. The religious trial of the King
  4. Examination before Annas: John 18:12-14,19-23
  5. Examination before Caiaphas: Matthew 26:57, 59-68; Mark 14:53,

55-56; Luke 22:54, 63-65; John 18:24

  1. Denial by Peter: Matthew 26:58, 69-75; Mark 14:54; 66-72; Luke

22:54-62; John 18:15-18, 25-27

  1. Verdict of the Sanhedrin: Matthew 27:1; Mark 15:1;  Luke 22:66-71.
  2. Death of Judas: Matthew 27:3-10
  3. The civil trial of the King
  4. The trial before Pilate: Matthew 27:2, 11-14; Mark 15:2-5;

Luke 3:1-5; John 18:28-38

  1. Trial before Herod: Luke 23:6-12.
  2. Trial before Pilate: Matthew 27:15-26; Mark 15:6-15;

Luke 23:13-25; John 18:39-19:1, 4-16

  1. Mockery of the King: Matthew 27:27-30; Mark 15:16-19;

John 19:2-3

  1. The journey to Calvary: Matthew 27:31-34; Mark 15:20-23; Luke 23:26-33;

John 19:16-17

  1. The crucifixion of the King
  2. The first three hours: Matthew 27:35-44; Mark 15:24-32;

Luke 23:33-43; John 19:18-27

  1. Second three hours: Matthew 27:45-50; Mark 15:33-37;

Luke 23:44-46; John 19:28-30

  1. Signs at the death of the King: Matthew 27:51-56;  Mark 15:38-41;

Luke 23:45,47-49

  1. Burial of the King: Matthew 27:57-60; Mark 15:42-47; Luke 23:50-56;

John 19:31-42

  1. The sealing of the King’s tomb: Matthew 27:62-66
  2. Resurrection of the King
  3. Preparation by the women: Matthew 28:1; Mark 16:1
  4. Opening of the tomb: Matthew 28:2-4
  5. The visit of the women: Matthew 28:5-8; Mark 16:2-8; Luke 24:1-8;

John 20:1

  1. The report to the disciples: Luke 24:9-12; John 20:2-10
  2. Appearance of the King to Mary: Mark 16:9-11; John 20:11-18
  3. Appearance of the King to the women: Matthew 28:9-10
  4. The report of the guards: Matthew 28:11-15
  5. Appearance to disciples on the Emmaus Road: Mark 16:12-13;

Luke 24:13-32

  1. Report of the two disciples: Luke 24:33-35
  2. Appearance to the ten disciples: Mark 16:14; Luke 24:36-43; John 20:19-25
  3. Appearance of the King to the eleven disciples: John 20:26-31
  4. Appearance of the King to the seven disciples:  John 21:1-25

XII.     Commissioned by the King: Matthew 28:16-20; Mark 16:15-18; Luke 24:44-49

XIII.    The King returns to Heaven: The ascension of Jesus: Mark 16:19-20;

Luke 24:50-53

 

  1. A historical timeline of the life of Christ:

6-4 BC            -Birth of Jesus Christ.
5-4 BC            -Escape to Egypt. Slaughter of children.
4 BC                -Herod the Great dies.
7-8 AD            -Jesus visits Jerusalem as a child.
12 AD                         -Augustus makes Tiberius co-regent.
14 AD                         -Tiberius becomes Caesar.
25 AD                         -Pilate and Caiaphas are appointed to office.
29 AD                         -Ministry of John the Baptist begins.
29 AD                         -Christ’s ministry begins.
33 AD                         -Jesus dies.
36 AD                         -Pilate dethroned. Caiaphas deposed.
37 AD                         -Tiberius Caesar dies.

  1. Study the miracles performed by Jesus during His early ministry.

 

 Miracles Of Supernatural Supply:

-Water changed into wine:  John 2:1-11.

-Peter’s net filled with fish:  Luke 5:1-11.

-Five thousand men are fed, in addition to women and children: Matthew 14:15-21; Mark 6:35-

44;  Luke 9:12-17; John 6:5-14.

-Four thousand men are fed, in addition to women and children: Matthew 15:32-39; Mark 8:1-10.

-A fish provides tribute money:  Matthew 17:27.

-A supernatural catch of fish:  John 21:6-14.

 

Miracles Of Raising The Dead:

-The only son of a widow: Luke 7:11-16.

-The daughter of Jairus: Mark 5:22-24, 35-43; Matthew 9:18-26; Luke 8:41,42,49-56.

-Lazarus:  John 11:32-44.

-His own body:  Luke 24:1-7; John 19:42-20:14; Mark 16:9-11.

 

Miracles Of Healing:

-The nobleman’s son, of a fever:  John 4:46-54.

-Peter’s mother-in-law, of a fever: Mark 1:29-31; Matthew 8:14-17; Luke 4:38-39.

-A leprous man:  Mark 1:40-45; Matthew 8:2-4; Luke 5:12-16.

-A man with palsy: Mark 2:3-12; Matthew 9:1-8: Luke 5:17-26.

-A man who had been afflicted thirty-eight years: John 5:1-16.

-A man with a withered hand:  Mark 3:1-5; Luke 6:6-10; Matthew 12:9-13.

-The centurion’s servant, of palsy:  Matthew 8:5-13; Luke 7:1-10.

-A woman who had been afflicted with an issue of blood for 12 years:  Mark 5:25-34;

Luke 8:43-48; Matthew 9:20-22.

-Sight restored to two men:  Matthew 9:27-31.

-Hearing and speech restored:  Mark 7:32-37.

-Sight restored:  Mark 8:22-26.

-Sight given to a man who was born blind:  John 9.

-A woman who had been afflicted for 18 years:  Luke 13:11-17.

-A man with dropsy:  Luke 14:1-6.

-Ten leprous men:  Luke 17:11-19.

-Sight restored to a beggar: Luke 18:35-43.

-Sight restored to Bartimaeus:  Mark 10:46-52; Matthew 20:29-34.

-The ear of  the high priest’s servant: Luke 22:50-51.

 

Miracles Of Casting Out Devils:

-The man with an unclean spirit:  Mark 1:23-26; Luke 4:33-37.

-The blind and dumb demoniac: Matthew 12:22-23; Mark 3:19-30;  Luke 11:14-23.

-The two men possessed of legion:  Matthew 8:28-34; Luke 8:26-39; Mark 5:1-20.

-The dumb man possessed by a devil: Matthew 9:32-35.

-The daughter of the Syrophoenician woman: Mark 7:24-30; Matthew 15:22-28.

-The lunatic boy:  Matthew 17:14-21; Mark 9:14-39; Luke 9:37-43.

-The devil that caused dumbness:  Mark 9:14-26.

 

Miracles Of Judgment:

-Swine run down a steep place into the sea and are drowned: Matthew 8:30-32.

-A fig tree withers:  Matthew 21:18-21; Mark 11:12-14,20-24.

 

Miracles Of Physical Deliverance:

-Jesus delivers Himself from His enemies:  Luke 4:30.

-Peter is saved from the sea: Matthew 14:28-31;  Mark 6:45-52.

-Jesus delivers the disciples from a storm: Mark 4:37-39; Luke 8:23-24 .

 

Miracles Over Natural Elements:

-A fig tree withers:  Matthew 21:18-21; Mark 11:12-14,20-24.

-Jesus walks on water: Matthew 14:22-32; Mark 6:47-52.

-Jesus stills a storm: Mark 4:37-39; Luke 8:23-24.

 

Miracles Which Confirm Christ’s Divinity:

-Signs at His birth:  Matthew 2:1-9.

-Signs at His baptism:  Matthew 3:16-17; Mark 1:9-12; Luke 3:21-23.

-Signs at His transfiguration:  Matthew 17:1-14; Luke 9:28-37; Mark 9:1-14.

-Signs at the time of His death:  Matthew 27:45-53.

-Signs at His resurrection:  Matthew 28:2; Mark 16:4.

-Signs at His ascension:  Mark 16:19; Luke 24:50-51; Acts 1:6-12.

 

  1. Study the parables of Jesus.

 

            Subject                                                                       Reference

The mote and beam                                                     Luke 6:37-43

The two buildings                                                       Matthew 7:24-27; Luke 6:47-49

Children in the marketplace                                        Matthew 11:16; Luke 7:32

The two debtors                                                          Luke 7:41

The unclean spirit                                                        Matthew 12:43-45; Luke 11:24-26

The rich man’s meditation                                           Luke 12:16

The barren fig tree                                                       Luke 13:6-9

The sower                                                                    Matthew 13:3-8; Mark 4:3-8; Luke 8:5-8

The tares                                                                      Matthew 13:24-30

The seed                                                                      Mark 4:26

The grain of mustard seed                                          Matthew 13:31,32; Mark. 4:31,32;

Luke 13:19

The leaven                                                                   Matthew 13:33; Luke 13:21

The candle                                                                   Matthew 5:15; Mark 4:21;

Luke 8:16; 11:33

The net                                                                        Matthew 13:47,48

The hidden treasure                                                    Matthew 13:44

The pearl of great price                                               Matthew 13:45,46

The householder                                                          Matthew 13:52

The marriage                                                               Matthew 9:15; Mark 2:19,20;

Luke 5:34,35

The patched garment                                                  Matthew 9:16; Mark 2:21; Luke 5:36

The wine bottles                                                          Matthew 9:17; Mark 2:22; Luke 5:37

The harvest                                                                  Matthew 9:37; Luke 10:2

The adversary                                                              Matthew 5:25; Luke 12:58

The two insolvent debtors                                          Matthew 18:23-35

The good Samaritan                                                    Luke 10:30-37

The three loaves                                                          Luke 11:5-8

The true shepherd                                                       John 10:1-16

The strait gate                                                             Matthew 7:14; Luke 13:24

The guests                                                                   Luke 14:7-11

The marriage supper                                                    Matthew 22:2-9; Luke 14:16-23

The wedding garment                                                 Matthew 22:10-14

The tower                                                                    Luke 14:28-30

The king going to war                                                 Luke 14:31

The lost sheep                                                             Matthew 18:12,13; Luke 15:4-7

The lost piece of money                                              Luke 15:8,9

The prodigal son                                                         Luke 15:11-32

The unjust steward                                                      Luke 16:1-9

The importunate widow                                              Luke 18:2-5

The Pharisee and publican                                          Luke 18:10-14

The servant’s office                                                     Luke 17:7-10

The laborers in the vineyard                                        Matthew 20:1-16

The talents                                                                   Matthew 25:14-30; Luke 19:11-27

The two sons                                                               Matthew 21:28

The murderous husbandmen                                       Matthew 21:33-43; Mark 12:1-9;                                                                                                        Luke 20:9-16

The fig tree                                                                  Matthew 24:32; Mark 13:28;

Luke 21:29-30

The watching householder                                          Matthew 24:43; Luke 12:39

The man on a far journey                                            Mark 13:34

The character of two servants                                     Matthew 24:45-51; Luke 12:42-46

The ten virgins                                                            Matthew 25:1-12

The watching servants                                                            Luke 12:36-38

The vine and its branches                                            John 15:1-6

 

  1. Study the prayers of Jesus.

-At His baptism: Luke 3:21

-In a solitary place: Mark 1:35

-In the wilderness: Luke 5:16

-All night before choosing His disciples: Luke 6:12

-Before His invitation to “Come unto Me”: Matthew 11:25‑27

-At the feeding of the 5,000: John 6:11

-After the feeding of the 5,000: Matthew 14:23

-When He gave the Lord’s prayer: Luke 11:1‑4

-At Caesarea‑Philippi: Luke 9:18

-Before His transfiguration: Luke 9:28‑29

-For little children: Matthew 19:13

-Before the raising of Lazarus from the dead: John 11:41‑42

-In the temple: John 12:27‑28

-At the supper: Matthew 26:26‑27

-For Peter: Luke 22:32

-For the disciples and His future followers: John 17

-In Gethsemane: Matthew 26:36,39,42,44

-On the cross: Luke 23:24

-At Emmaus: Luke 24:30

-The Lord’s prayer:  Matthew 6:9-13

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