Teachings of Jesus

{OLIVET DISCOURSE}
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  1. Confrontation in the Temple - (The teachings of Jesus on the Mount of Olives followed his confrontations with the Jewish religious authorities and his final departure from the Temple) - {PDF Copy}
  2. The Geographic Range of the Olivet Discourse - (The Olivet Discourse describes events set in two different geographic settings – regional and universal) - {PDF Copy}
  3. The Temple Setting of the Discourse - (Matthew 24:1-3The Olivet Discourse was given at the end of the public ministry of Jesus after his final departure from the Temple and several days of growing conflict with the Temple authorities) - {PDF Copy}
  4. Deceivers and Tumults - (Matthew 24:4-14The Olivet Discourse opens with warnings about coming deceivers who will deceive many with false expectations about the end of the age) - {PDF Copy}
  5. Wars and Rumors of Wars - (Matthew 24:4-8 - esus warned his disciples not to heed claims by deceivers who pointed to manmade and natural catastrophes as “signs” of the end ) - {PDF Copy}
  6. The Key Sign of the End of the Age - (Matthew 24:14Jesus declared the “end” will not come until “this gospel of the kingdom of God is proclaimed to all nations") - {PDF Copy}
  7. Three Repeated Warnings of Jesus - (Three specific warnings to disciples are repeated by Jesus in his Olivet Discourse to help them avoid deception) - {PDF Copy}
  8. The Abomination of Desolation - (Matthew 24:15When disciples see the “abomination of desolation standing where it ought not,” they are to flee the vicinity of Jerusalem) - {PDF Copy}
  9. This "Generation" in the Olivet Discourse - (Matthew 24:33-34Biblical usage of “this generation” consistently applies the phrase to the generation that was alive at the time it was uttered) - {PDF Copy}
  10. The "Day of Noah" - Normalcy or Chaos? - (Matthew 24:26-39 - No one knows the timing of the arrival of the Son of Man, therefore, his disciples must be prepared at all times for its arrival) - {PDF Copy}
{HIS PARABLES}
  1. The Barren Fig Tree and the Fruitless Temple - (Mark 11:26-26 - The cursing of a barren fig tree by Jesus symbolized the coming destruction of the Temple because of the fruitlessness of the nation) - {PDF Copy}
  2. The Budding Fig Tree - (Mattew 24:32-34 - The parable of the budding fig tree meant that the fulfillment of the things predicted by Jesus on the Mount of Olives signaled the imminent destruction of the Temple) - {PDF Copy}
  3. Parables about the Kingdom - (Mark 4:21-34 - Jesus taught several parables about the kingdom of God and its unexpected ways of expansion before the End of the Age) - {PDF Copy}
{SERMON ON THE MOUNT}
  1. Jesus Fulfilled the Law and Prophets - (Mattew 5:17 - It is in Jesus that “All the promises of God are Yea and Amen,” not in Moses or the Torah) - {PDF Copy}
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