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Title: Jesus


1
Jesus Action within the World
2
Rally Robin (Partner)
  • Going back and fourth list as many things that
    Jesus did within his life time.

3
John the Baptist
  • Matthew 31-12
  • - He was a Levite (Exodus 32-priestly tribe)
  • - hundreds came to John to confess their sins
  • - his ministry fulfilled the prophecy that
    Elijah would return and turn the hearts of the
    people

4
John the Baptist
  • Clothed with camel hair, leather belt around
    waist, ate locusts and wild honey
  • His Mission
  • 1. reform moral lives of Jewish people get them
    spiritually ready to accept Messiah
  • 2. point out Christ to Jews
  • Repent, for the kingdom of heaven is at hand
  • (Matt 32)
  • similar to Elijah

5
Round Robin
  • List the events and occasions when water was
    important within the Old Testament.

6
Baptism
  • Matt 311 I baptize you with water for
    repentance, but he who is coming after me is
    mightier than IHe will baptize with the Holy
    Spirit
  • Even pagan cultures practiced a type of baptism
    before Christianity

7
Baptism
  • Spiritual cleansing baptisms took care of
    ritual repentance, not moral cleansing, it was
    symbolic but didnt actually take away sins
  • Sacramental baptism our sins are actually
    forgiven and receive Gods grace
  • Immersion symbolizes death of old person and
    come up as resurrection

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Why Jesus Was Baptized?
  • Jesus manifestation!
  • JC baptism by John identifies us as sinners
  • John anointed Jesus for his ministry
  • The Spirit came to Jesus as it had to the kings
    of Israel when they were anointed
  • New Creation
  • Start of public ministry
  • Baptism is like the great floodwhy?

10
Temptation in Wilderness
  • Matthew 41-11
  • Mark 112-13
  • Luke 41-13
  • Jesus prepares for his ministry by fasting in the
    wilderness
  • Symbolic 40 recalls what?
  • Jesus overcomes the temptations that Adam and
    Israel could not resist

11
The Three Temptations
  • 1. command stones to become loaves of bread
  • 2. throw self down from pentacle and angels will
    save you
  • 3. bow down and worship the devil, then receive
    all kingdoms of the worlds

12
First Temptation
  • Economic/Material Power
  • Temptation of gluttony or anything we crave
  • Focus on body and sacrifice the soul
  • Adam tempted through belly and failed
  • Christ won over Satan by self control
  • Deuteronomy 83 (Matt. 44) It is written, Man
    shall not live by bread alone but by every word
    that proceeds from the mouth of God.

13
Second Temptation
  • Magical Power
  • Temptation of vain/glory
  • use Gods power for self glory
  • Satan cant push Jesus off temple ? devil can
    persuade but cant make us sin
  • Leaves out Psalm 91
  • (Matt.46) For he will give his angels charge of
    you to guard you in all your ways. On their hands
    they will bear you up, lest you dash your foot
    against a stone.
  • You will tread on the lion and the adder, the
    young lion and the serpent you will trample under
    foot.

14
Third Temptation
  • Political Power
  • Temptation of ambition
  • Satan is liar promising kingdoms that only
  • God can give
  • Psalm 91 is fulfilled
  • Also tempting because it completes Jesus
    mission, (but not in the right way).
  • Deut. 6-8 is only other place in Scripture that
    God is tested

15
Shema Deuteronomy 65
  • Shema Greatest commandment in Judaism
  • Love God with all your heart, soul, and
    strength.
  • Heart basic impulse to do good and avoid evil
    (1)
  • Soul soul is the source of life risk life test
    true meaning of human life martyrdom (2)
  • Strength authentic power, ability to resists
    desires (3)
  • So does Satan believe this is Messiah and/or
    God?

16
Proclamation of the Kingdom
  • Repent for the Kingdom of God is at hand
    (Matthew 417)
  • First words of Christs public ministry
  • Effects
  • Points to a need for conversion
  • Conversion is a result of love of God
  • Life of holiness

17
Miracles
  • a surprising and welcome event that is not
    explicable by natural or scientific laws and is
    therefore considered to be the work of a divine
    agency.
  • Comes from the Latin term mirari meaning to
    wonder

18
Miracles of Christ
  • Healing Jesus cured people of various illnesses
    including leprosy, paralysis, blindness, fever,
    deafness, and dropsy.
  • Exorcism Jesus has power over demons and evil
    spirits
  • Nature Jesus controls the forces of nature by
    stilling a storm, feeding multitudes, turning
    water into wine
  • Death Jesus restores the life of a person

19
Wedding at Cana
  • John 21-12
  • Christs first miracle
  • Theme of marriage/wedding
  • wine ran short deep embarrassment on familys
    financial situation
  • Mary was first to notice issue brought needs to
    Jesus (just like in prayer)
  • O woman use term woman like in Genesis with
    Eve Mary is new eve

20
Wedding at Cana
  • My hour has not yet come
  • will be beginning of ministry and Marys
    suffering
  • Do whatever he tells you
  • - last written words of Mary
  • trust God without hesitation
  • Reflection of marriage bride/bridegroom
  • - God vs. Israel bride/husband
  • - Christ in Eucharist/Laid down life for YOU!

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What did Jesus do on earth?
  • Cleansed temple
  • Casted out demons
  • Taught parables
  • Ate with sinners
  • Healed sick
  • Talked to women and Samaritans

24
Healing the Sick
  • Jesus cured a leper but asked him to not share it
    with anyone
  • Why would Christ ask that of the man?
  • Mk 21-12 healing of the paralytic
  • What did JC heal man of?

25
Centurions Servant
  • Matthew 8
  •    
  • FAITH- gentile believed Savior could heal
  • HUMILITY- centurion felt unworthy to have Lord
    under his roof/in his home
  • WISDOM- saw past Christ's humanity, instead his
    divinity!

26
  • Lord, I am not worthy that you should enter
    under my roof, but only the words that my soul
    shall be healed
  • we recognize our unworthiness to have Jesus come
    under the "roof" of our soul in holy communion

27
Feeding of 5,000
  • Matthew 14
  • Miracle of Nature
  • Looks at miraculous feedings of both OT and NT
  • manna and the Eucharist
  • Jesus blesses and multiples bread, then the
    Apostle distribute the food
  • Apostles intermediary role points to their
    priesthood
  • In persona Christi Christ acts through the
    priest, the priest distributes communion

28
Cleansing of the Temple
  • John 213-36
  • My house shall be called a house of prayer for
    all nations. But you have made it a den of
    robbers. (Mt 1115-17)
  • Temple worship became a big business
  • Currency change from Roman to Temple tax
  • Could buy animals for sacrificing if coming from
    long distances
  • house of prayer for all nations Isaiah 567
  • - where Gentiles could pay respect to God

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Walking on water
  • Walking on Water
  • - Mt 1422-33 Mk 645-52
  • Apostles thought He was ghost
  • JC responds, Take heart, it is I have no fear.
  • Peter walks on water

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Who sinned?
  • Mt 927-30 how did men know this was Christ if
    they were blind?
  • Jews believed if you were cursed with a
    disability or disease that you were very sinful
    person
  • Read Jn 91-40 Each member read 10 verses.

33
John 91-40
  • Answer with your team (1 paper 1 pencil, switch
    every answer)
  • Whose sin caused the mans blindness? Then why is
    he blind?
  • What does Jesus do to cure the blindness?
  • Who truly is blind in this story?
  • Jesus is the Light of the world how does this
    story reflect that?
  • What is the problem of evil?

34
Eating with Sinners
  • Read Mt 910-13
  • Christ ate with Matthew the tax collector
  • Tax collectors were among the most sinful because
    of job
  • Most hated among Jews
  • Luke 19 1-10 Jesus and Zacchaeus

35
Women and Samaritans
  • Will look at parable of the Good Samaritan in
    later chapter
  • Jesus ministry is extended beyond the Jews
  • http//www.youtube.com/watch?vvJG698U2Mvo

36
Martha and Mary
  • Lk 1038-42
  • Sisters
  • Sacrificial to offer home (all apostles too!)
  • Martha too busy being hostess to enjoy Lords
    company
  • Mary sat at feet of Jesus position of disciple
  • Women didnt get formal teaching by rabbi
  • Lukes audience was gentiles, women, and children
  • Luke elevated womens position as active
    followers of Jesus teaching.

37
Martha and Mary
  • Marys heart was captured by words of JC
  • Martha- did what was good by preparing meal
  • Mary did what was better to listen to words of
    Christ
  • http//www.youtube.com/watch?vkwFXM6-UGP4feature
    related

38
????
  • What is the significance of the well?
  • Why does the woman go at noon?
  • What is Jesus thirsty for?
  • What does Jesus offer her?
  • Is his offer litteral?
  • Why does the woman leave her bucket?
  • Who is the sixth man she is with?
  • What does Jesus actually eat?

39
Well in Samaria
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The Samaritan Woman
  • John 44-42
  • Draws at noon
  • - avoid contact bad reputation
  • Living water taken literally
  • Christ gives her living water, when she didnt
    even ask for it...but he knew the desires of her
    heart
  • He speaks to her symbolizing the universality of
    his new covenant

41
The Samaritan Woman
  • 2 Kings 1724 five nations came and lived among
    the Samaritans in which they became corrupt and
    were no longer faithful to God
  • Then converted and preached that Jesus was the
    Messiah

42
Transfiguration
  • RallyRobin with your partner and find as many
    parallels between Christs Baptism and Christs
    Transfigurtion.

43
The Transfiguration
  • http//www.youtube.com/watch?vPl-6pTDa1yU
  • Mt 171-8
  • Peter, James, John see glimpse in Jesus divinity
  • Present so they remember during crucifixion
  • end is not death
  • strengthens their faith
  • Moses represents the law
  • Elijah represents the prophets
  • Whole law and all prophets are fulfilled in Christ

44
Moses/10 Comm Transfiguration
  • After 6 days on 7th day
  • Moses and cloud (Ex 2415)
  • Occurs on Mt. Sinai
  • God speaks when given 10 commandments
  • Ex 3429 shining face shown
  • Face shown in glory
  • After 6 days on 7th day
  • Cloud overshadowed- God speaks through image of
    cloud
  • Occurs on Mt. Tabor
  • God speaks through the heavenly voice
  • Jesus was brilliantly transfigured- face shown in
    glory

45
Calling the Apostles
  • Mt 418-22
  • Mk 116-20
  • Lk 51-11
  • Lk 612-16
  • Jn 135-51

46
Twelve Apostles
  • Why did Jesus call the 12 apostles?
  • Symbolic number- 12 tribes of Israel, 12
    apostles, Messiah will restore kingdom of Israel
  • Simon Peter 7. Thomas
  • Andrew 8. Matthew
  • John 9. James
  • James 10. Judas (Thaddaeus)
  • Philip 11. Simon the Zealot
  • Bartholomew 12. Judas Iscariot

47
Peter
  • Fisherman
  • Chief Apostle
  • Given the keys to heaven and earth
  • Traditionally held as the first pope
  • Denied Christ 3 times

48
Andrew
  • Peters brother
  • Crucified on an X

49
James the Greater
  • Older brother to John
  • Great because of his age or his stature
  • Son of Zebedee
  • Potentially go to Spain to preach

50
John
  • James the Great little brother
  • Called the beloved disciple
  • Youngest of all apostles
  • Never martyred
  • Wrote the Gospel of John, 3 epistles, and
    Revelation

51
Philip
  • Directly called by Jesus Christ.
  • Brought his friend Nathaniel to Christ
  • Preached in Greece after the Ascension.

52
Bartholomew
  • Believed to be Philips friend Nathaniel.
  • Flayed and beheaded when martyred.
  • Preached in East including India.

53
Thomas
  • The Doubter
  • Wanted to feel Christs wounds eight days after
    the death of Jesus.

54
James the Less
  • Brother to Judas Thaddeus
  • Believed to be a cousin of Jesus.
  • Considered the epistle writer of James.
  • First bishop of Jerusalem

55
Jude Thaddeus
  • Brother to James the Lesser
  • Author of the Epistle from Jude.

56
Judas Iscariot
  • Betrayed Jesus
  • Committed suicide afterwards
  • Was replaced by Matthias

57
Simon the Zealot
  • Very strict following of Jewish and Cannainte
    law.
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