Jesus is transfigured, answers the disciples’ questions, sends out more disciples, and ministers in Jerusalem.
God commands Joshua to be strong and courageous. Joshua demonstrates his faith crossing the Jordan and at the battle of Jericho.
Moses receives the Ten Commandments. Moses’ face shines with God’s glory after being in His presence. The Old Testament sin offering foreshadows Christ’s sacrifice.
God creates the universe and presents His eternal plan. Sin enters the world.
Paul confirms that God’s grace is sufficient. God’s strength is made perfect in our weakness.
Paul tells of the joy of generous giving using God as our example. We give because God gave. We are to glory in the Lord rather than ourselves.
Paul gives evidence that his ministry was of God. Paul shows optimism through suffering as he focuses on Christ’s promises. He says believers are ambassadors for Christ.
O: Ezekiel has a vision of “cherubim,” mighty spiritual beings.
WN: Paul warns of the dangers of putting rules and rituals in place of faith and a relationship with Christ.