The Life of Our Lord - Chapter Four, Chapter Five, Chapter Six, Chapter Seven Summary & Analysis

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Chapter Four, Chapter Five, Chapter Six, Chapter Seven Summary and Analysis

Jesus had opponents, proud men called Pharisees, who believed that only they were good. But they feared Jesus because he taught otherwise. While they were called 'the Jews', Jesus, the apostles, and most people around were themselves Jews as well. One day Jesus and his disciples gathered corn on the Sabbath and the Pharisees said that was wrong, as did they when Jesus healed a sick man with a withered hand on the Sabbath as well. Jesus thought men should always do good, no matter the day.

Jesus then went to Nain, along with many others. People brought the sick into the roads and asked for healing and they were healed. He then brought a man back from the dead. The crowds following him were so great...

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