Quiet Talks about Jesus eBook

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The Murderous Rejection:  a fugitive from Judea, John 7:1.—­fresh attack by southern leaders, Matthew 15:1-20 with parallel in Mark.—­fourth “withdrew”—­outside national lines, Matthew, 15:21 with parallel in Mark.—­return to Sea of Galilee and request for sign, Matthew 15:29-16:4 with parallel in Mark.—­Feast of Tabernacles, John 7:  2-8:59.—­the blind man cured, John 9:1-40.—­Transfiguration, Matthew 17:1-8 with parallels.—­the beginning of the last journey, Luke 9:51.  Mark 10:1, 32.  Matthew 19:1.—­the Seventy, Luke 10:1-17.—­getting nearer to Jerusalem, divorce question, Mark 10:2-12.  Matthew 19:3-12.—­Good Samaritan, Luke 10:25-37.  Beelzebub, “vehemently,” Luke 11. fresh tilt over Sabbath question, Luke 13:10-17.—­cunning attempt to get Him into Judea, Luke 13:31.—­Feast of Dedication, John 10:22-40.—­Lazarus, John 11:1-46. formal decision against Him, John 11:47-53. a fugitive, John 11:57. no more openly, John 11:54. crowding pilgrims, John 11:55, 56.  Lazarus again, John 12:9-11. the last week; triumphal entry, Matthew 21:1-17 with parallels, daily visits and return to Olivet, Luke 21:37-38; cleansing temple, Matthew 21:12-17 with parallels; duel of questionings, Matthew 22.  Mark 11:27-12:34.  Luke 20:1-44; His terrific arraignment, Matthew 23:1-39 with parallels; Greeks, John 12:20-36.  Bethany feast, Matthew 26:6-13 with parallels, Judas, Matthew 26:14-16 with parallels; with the inner circle, Matthew 26:17-46 with parallels.

Suffering the Birih-pains of a New Life:  why did Jesus die?—­God’s plan of atonement, Leviticus 1:3-9—­Paul’s statement in effect, Galatians 2:20.—­Jesus’ dying does not fit into Hebrew ritual—­standpoint of Hebrews—­what God counselled, Acts 2:23.—­this affects only the form not the virtue of Jesus’ death—­preaching of Acts, 2:14-36, 38, 39. 3:12-26. 4:8-12. 5:29-32, and on, first church council, Acts 15.13-18 with Amos 9:11-12.—­the superlative of hate—­Jesus’ death voluntary, John 10:17, 18—­ten attempts before the cross; three to kill at once, Luke 4:30.  John 8:59. 10:31. other attempts, Matthew 12:14.  John 5:18. 7:1, 30, 32. 10:39. 11:53 Jesus’ own explanation:—­the temple, John 2:19. lifted up, 3:15.  Matthew 9:15 with parallels.  His flesh, John 6:53-57. with Jesus’ own interpretation, good Shepherd, John 10:11; for the sheep, 10:15; other sheep, 10:16; take it again, 10:17; of Myself, 10:18. cross, Matthew 10:38 with parallels.  Jonah, Matthew 12:39, 40. 16:4 with parallel in Luke.  Greeks, John 12:24-33. the Father’s command, John 14:31. for friends, John 15:13. sanctified, John 17:19. the Father’s cup, John 18:11.  John’s comment, John 12:47-52.—­the necessity for dying—­a step in a wider plan—­for the nation—­wholly voluntary—­six elements in a perfect sacrifice—­Jesus alone is a perfect sacrifice—­Paul’s comment, Romans 3:26.—­God’s master-stroke—­faith—­Hebrew heathen and Christian grouped.

4.  Some Surprising Results of the Break.

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