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Plan For Remaining Four Weeks Selected events, subjects, discussions and during Jesus’ personal ministry Plan For Remaining Four Weeks Selected events, subjects, discussions and during Jesus’ personal ministry 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. A Question About Fasting (5: 33 -35) Parable of the Old and the New (5: 3639) Sabbath observance/restrictions (6: 1 -5) Four Blessing/Four Woes Love your enemies (6: 27 -36) Judging others (6: 37 -42) A tree and its fruit (43 -45) Acceptable hearers/Be careful how you build your house (6: 46 -49) Humility and faith (7: 1 -10) 10. How are Christians greater than John the Baptist? (7: 24 -28) 11. “Wisdom is justified by all her children” (7: 29 -35) 12. Jesus forgives a sinful woman (7: 36 -50) 13. Parable of the Soils (8: 4 -8) 14. The purpose of teaching in parables (8: 9 -15) 15. Take care how you hear (8: 16 -18) 16. Take up your cross/Discipleship (9: 23 -27) 17. Transfiguration (9: 28 -36) 18. The least is the greatest (9: 46 -48) 19. One who is not against Jesus is for Him (9: 49 -50) 20. The cost of discipleship (9: 57 -62) 2

(4) Four Blessing/Four Woes (6: 20 -26) Blessings (Compare with Matt. 5: 1 -12) (4) Four Blessing/Four Woes (6: 20 -26) Blessings (Compare with Matt. 5: 1 -12) “poor”(“poor in spirit”) “yours is the kingdom of God” “hungry”(“hunger and thirst for righteousness) “you shall be satisfied” “weep”(“those who mourn”) “you shall laugh” “men hate you and revile you”(“revile and persecute you”) “your reward is great in heaven” 3

(4) Four Blessing/Four Woes (6: 20 -26) Woes (Counterpoints) “Rich” ”you have received your (4) Four Blessing/Four Woes (6: 20 -26) Woes (Counterpoints) “Rich” ”you have received your consolation” “Full” ”you shall be hungry” “laugh” ”you shall mourn and weep” “when all men speak well of you…” ”For so their fathers did to the false prophets” 4

Quote from J. W. Mc. Garvey “If our lives draw to themselves no reproach, Quote from J. W. Mc. Garvey “If our lives draw to themselves no reproach, they cannot be right in the sight of God. A good name is more to be desired than great riches; but we must not sacrifice our fidelity to Christ in order to attain it. If we adhere strictly to the virtues which Christ enjoined, we shall find that the world has an evil name for every one of them. Earnest contention for His truth is called bigotry; loyalty to His ordinances is dubbed narrowness; strict conformity to the laws of purity is named puritanism; liberality is looked upon as an effort to court praise; piety is scorned as hypocrisy; and faith is regarded as fanaticism. ” 5

(5) Love Your Enemies (6: 27 -36) Worldly Standard: Ø Hate your enemies. Ø (5) Love Your Enemies (6: 27 -36) Worldly Standard: Ø Hate your enemies. Ø Cause harm to those who hate you. Ø Curse those who curse you. Ø Retaliate against those who abuse and mistreat you. Rom. 5: 8 -10 “turn the other cheek”? Ø Example: Jesus when struck by an officer of the Sanhedrin Council (Jn. 18: 22 -23). “Give to whomever asks you”? Consider 2 Thes. 3: 10 -13 If you love for someone, how would you treat them? 6 Be merciful, as God is merciful.

6) Judging others (6: 37 -42) Matt. 7: 1 -6 Ø Is it wrong 6) Judging others (6: 37 -42) Matt. 7: 1 -6 Ø Is it wrong to judge? The Christian must be able to judge: Ø False teachers and false doctrine. (1 Jn 4: 1; Gal. 1: 6 -8) Ø An immoral brother or one who causes division. (1 Cor. 5: 1 -5; Rom. 16: 17) Ø Among themselves rather than going to law with a brother. (1 Cor. 6: 1 -3) Forgive and you shall be forgiven Give and it will be given to you Measures for measure 7

6) Judging others (6: 37 -42) Parable – blind leading the blind Ø Teachers 6) Judging others (6: 37 -42) Parable – blind leading the blind Ø Teachers of error Ø Both will wind up the same – ignorant and lost. Ø If you are blind to your own faults, then your criticism is useless. In Mt 23: 16 Jesus called the Pharisees blind guides. 8

6) Judging others (6: 37 -42) A disciple (or student) is not above his 6) Judging others (6: 37 -42) A disciple (or student) is not above his teacher. A speck in your brother’s eye verses a log in your own eye. 9

7) A tree and its fruit (43 -45) How is a tree known? What 7) A tree and its fruit (43 -45) How is a tree known? What else can the fruit indicate? How does this apply to this occasion? Matt. 15: 7 -9; 23: 1 -7 10

8) Acceptable hearers (6: 46 -49) “Why do you call me ‘Lord, ’ and 8) Acceptable hearers (6: 46 -49) “Why do you call me ‘Lord, ’ and do not the things that I tell you? ” Parable of builders Jn 14: 15 Jas. 2: 14 -17 11

9) Humility and faith (7: 1 -10) An unexpected example V. 9 “Even in 9) Humility and faith (7: 1 -10) An unexpected example V. 9 “Even in Israel I have not found such faith. ”(Rom. 9: 30 -33) 12




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