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From a distance of some 16 miles (26 km), Jesus heals a child.
What did Jesus say that made the people of his hometown want to kill him?
He invites them to give up one type of fishing and begin another.
When Jesus expels demons, he stops the demons from telling people that he is the Son of God. Why?
People come to Jesus to be cured, yet Jesus explains that his ministry actually has a greater purpose.
With a simple yet powerful expression, Jesus proves that he really cares about those whom he heals.
What connection does Jesus show exists between sin and sickness?
Why does Jesus enjoy a meal with notorious sinners?
Jesus uses an illustration about wineskins to provide the answer.
Why would the Jews persecute Jesus for healing a man who had been sick for 38 years?
The Jews think that Jesus is making himself equal to God, but Jesus makes clear that God is superior to him.
Why does Jesus call himself “Lord of the Sabbath”?
The Sadducees and Pharisees, normally at odds, unite around a common cause.
Why does Jesus order those whom he heals not to tell others who he is or what he has done?
What is the difference between an apostle and a disciple?
Get an explanation of key points from Jesus’ discourse.
What does this army officer do that amazes Jesus?
Those who saw this miracle grasped its true significance.
Why does John the Baptist ask whether Jesus is the Messiah? Is John having doubts?
Jesus says that on Judgment Day, it will be more endurable for the land of Sodom than for Capernaum, the city that has served as his home base.
By telling a woman who may have been a prostitute that her sins were forgiven, was Jesus saying it is all right to break God’s law?
Jesus’ brothers believe that he has gone out of his mind.
What is “the sign of Jonah the prophet”?
Jesus gives eight illustrations to explain aspects of the Kingdom of the heavens.
When Jesus calmed the wind and waves, he taught a vital lesson about how life would be under his Kingdom rule.
Can a person be possessed by more than one demon?
Jesus shows his power and compassion in this heartwarming incident.
People laugh at Jesus when he says that a dead girl is just sleeping. What does he know that they do not?
The people of Nazareth reject Jesus, not because of his teaching or miracles, but for another reason.
What does the statement ‘the Kingdom of the heavens has drawn near’ really mean?
Why does Jesus tell the apostles to flee when they are persecuted if they are not to fear death?
Salome’s dance so enthralls Herod that he promises to give her whatever she asks. What is her grisly request?
Jesus’ miracle is so significant that all four Gospels include it.
What lessons do the apostles learn when Jesus walks on water and calms the wind?
Why does Jesus chastise people even though they made a significant effort to come to him?
Jesus teaches something so shocking that many of his disciples abandon him.
Is it what goes into his mouth, or what comes out of it?
Why is a woman not offended when Jesus likens people of her nation to little dogs?
Jesus’ disciples finally grasp the type of leaven he is talking about.
What are the keys of the Kingdom? Who uses them, and how?
What was the transfiguration? What did it mean?
Jesus says that a failed healing was caused by a lack of faith, but on whose part? The boy, his father, or Jesus’ disciples?
Grown men learn something important from a young child.
He describes a three-step process for handling serious issues between brothers.
Using the illustration of the unmerciful slave, Jesus shows how seriously God views our willingness to forgive others.
In three brief conversations, Jesus identifies attitudes that can prevent a person from following him.