Jesus speaks of His Second Coming and celebrates Passover (The Last Supper) with His disciples.
Jesus pays for our sins on the Cross and rises from the dead.
Jesus gives the Great Commission.
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 to speak of the Church instead of the Kingdom.
Jesus speaks about forgiveness.
Jesus calls men to train and carry on His work. Jesus uses several parables to describe the mysteries of the kingdom of heaven.
Jesus begins His public ministry. Jesus preaches the Sermon on the Mount.
James 5 give us practical lessons on prayer. Jude warns of the ungodly who can creep into a church. The book of Matthew traces Jesus’ heritage from Abraham and shows Jesus as the King and Messiah.
O: The enemies of Israel and Judah take them captive.
WN: Mark presents Jesus as the Perfect Servant.
O: Both of Israel’s kingdoms ignore the prophets’s warning. God allows their enemies to take them captive.
WN: Jesus voluntarily dies on the cross to give us a way to become part of God’s family.
O: Israel divides into two kingdoms. God raises up prophets such as Elijah to turn His people back from the influence of evil kings.
WN: Jesus promises to build His Church. Jesus gives us the greatest commandment.