Jesus permits the public to recognize Him as the Messiah.
Jesus speaks to the crowds. The Pharisees seek a way to try to discredit Jesus.
Jesus begins His public ministry. Jesus preaches the Sermon on the Mount.
Paul explains that righteousness comes by faith in Christ rather than by observing laws. Paul describes the fruit of the Spirit.
Jesus is crucified, dies, is buried, and rises from the dead. The resurrected Christ spends time with several of His disciples. Jesus gives His last instructions then ascends to Heaven. God sends the Holy Spirit.
Jesus develops His disciples. Jesus illustrates the concept of loving your neighbor with the parable of the Good Samaritan.
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.
Paul shares that nothing can separate a believer from the love of God. Paul details the salvation process.
Paul gives practical advice to Timothy which apply to Christian leaders today. Key topics are conduct in the church and conduct of a pastor.
John sees 7 angels with trumpets who in turn release a series of horrific and highly destructive plagues.