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Jesus, The Son of God. A Chronological and Geographical Study of the Life of Christ. Part XI. Geographic review:. Time frame:. Current events:. Jesus makes His final entrance into Jerusalem for the feast of Passover. - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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  • Jesus, The Son of GodA Chronological and Geographical Study of the Life of ChristPart XI

  • Geographic review:

  • Time frame:

  • Current events:

  • Jesus makes His final entrance into Jerusalem for the feast of PassoverFive days before the Passover feast, Jesus enters into Jerusalem (this study shall examine these five days) (Jn. 12:1, 12).Traveling Southwestward from Bethany Jesus approached Jerusalem (Lk. 19:41-44).The triumphal entry into the city of David (John 12:12-19).Jesus immediately exposes the errors of the people by cleansing the temple again (Mk. 11:15ff.).Jesus preaches on His purpose and mission (Jn. 12:27-40)

  • Jesus authority challenged Luke 20:1-8; Matt. 21:23-27; Mk. 11:27-33Authority (exousia) = power or authority to do a thing power over, license in a thing (LS 276).The power to command, enforce laws, exact obedience; determine, or judge (AHD 142).Consider Matt. 16:17I Jn. 3:10 / Gal. 1:11-12I Jn. 4:6 A practice done without the authority of God is called sin (Col. 3:17; I Jn. 3:4).

  • Parables preached in the temple while awaiting the Passover FeastParable of the two sons (Matt. 21:28-32)Parable of the vineyard (Matt. 21:33-46)Parable of the great supper (Matt. 22:1-14)Parable of the ten virgins (Matt. 25:1-13)Parable of the talents (Matt. 25:14-30)

  • Sermons and discussions during this time:Sadducees question Jesus on the resurrection of the dead (Matt. 22:23-33).The Pharisees put Jesus to the test (Matt. 22:34-40).Jesus the master teacher (Matt. 22:41-46).Jesus pronounces 7 woes upon the scribes and Pharisees in the hearing of the multitudes (Matt. 23:1-39).Jesus calls the sinful people names (Matt. 23:33).Jesus predicts the fall of Jerusalem and His second coming (Matt. 24:1-51).

  • Conclusion:The Passover Feast has now arrived (Matt. 26:1).No miracles are recorded in this section of our study; His previous signs had no effect on many (cf. Jn. 12:37).The Lords popularity continues to be high as multitudes give Him an ear at the temple (cf. Matt. 22:33; 23:1; Lk. 19:47-48).Jesus continues to expose sin and call the names of the enemies of truth (Matt. 23:1ff).Jesus continues to reveal his identity (Jn. 14:8-9).Jesus continues to experience hostility (Lk. 19:47;Jn. 12:19).Tension continues to mount as the cross is very near.