IN THIS SECTION
Mary, the sister of Lazarus, does something that stirs controversy, but Jesus defends her.
He fulfills a five-hundred-year-old prophecy.
The merchants in Jerusalem seem to be conducting legitimate business, so why does Jesus call them robbers?
Is there a difference between putting faith in Jesus and acting on that faith?
Jesus teaches his disciples about the power of faith and explains the reason why God is rejecting the nation of Israel.
Find out the meaning of the parables of the man who asked his sons to work in his vineyard and of the man who leased his vineyard to evil cultivators.
Jesus’ parable is actually a prophecy.
He silences first the Pharisees, then the Sadducees, and finally a coalition of his opposers.
Why does Jesus not show tolerance of religious differences?
He uses the example of a poor widow to teach a powerful lesson.
His prophecy had an initial fulfillment during the first century. Could it also have a later, larger fulfillment?
Did Jesus teach that half of his disciples are foolish and the other half are discreet?
Jesus’ parable explains his statement: “To everyone who has, more will be given.”
Using a striking parable, Jesus explains the basis for everlasting judgment.
Why is it significant that the religious leaders agree to pay Judas exactly 30 pieces of silver to betray Jesus?
He surprises the apostles by performing a slave’s task.
Jesus establishes a memorial that his followers are to hold each year on Nisan 14.
The apostles have already forgotten the lesson that Jesus taught earlier the same evening.
Jesus teaches a powerful truth about how to approach God.
In what way do Jesus’ disciples “bear fruit”?
How can Jesus have conquered the world if the world executed him?
He makes clear that he accomplished something far more important than bringing salvation to humans.
Why does Jesus pray: “Remove this cup from me”? Is he backing away from his role to die as a ransom?
Judas is able to find Jesus even though it is in the middle of the night.
The trial of Jesus is a travesty of justice.
How could Peter, a man of faith and devotion, so quickly turn his back on Jesus?
The Jewish religious leaders reveal their true intentions.
Why does Pilate send Jesus to Herod for judgment? Does Pilate not have the authority to judge Jesus?
Even Pilate acknowledges the sterling qualities that Jesus displays.
Why does Jesus tell the grieving women to weep for themselves and for their children rather than for him?
Jesus makes a far-reaching promise to one of the criminals executed with him.
The miraculous daytime darkness, earthquake, and rending of the temple curtain all point to one conclusion.
Why is there such urgency to bury Jesus before sunset?
After he is resurrected, Jesus first reveals himself to a female disciple rather than to his apostles.
How does Jesus prove to his disciples that he has been resurrected?
Three times, Peter is reminded of how he can prove his love for Jesus.
Between his resurrection and his ascension to heaven, Jesus repeatedly stresses to his disciples what they would receive and how they should use it.
What would Jesus do while awaiting the time to take action against his enemies?
He still has much to do before he hands over the Kingdom to his God and Father.