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James 1:2-4 Trials are designed by the Lord for our good!
Matthew 10:1-4 Jesus calls His disciples to Himself and choses 12 as apostles.
Haggai 1 God had called his people to the task of rebuilding the Temple, yet his people, from a fear of man, had not walked faithfully in obedience to that directive. God rebuked them sternly.
Jesus is undistracted by the accusations of the Pharisees, and continues on in the ministry He began in Matthew 4:23. Here we see the threefold ministry of Jesus and His heart for His people.
Matthew 9:27-34 Two blind men prove to have better sight than the spiritual leaders and the entire crowd following Jesus. Spiritual eyes to see Jesus for who He really is.
Matthew 9:18-26 Two individuals come to Jesus for healing and find our Lord to be accessible and willing to hear their pleas and respond to their faith.
Matthew 9:14-17 Why do Jesus disciples not fast, like the Pharisees and the disciples of John?
John 10:19-42 Jesus ties eternal life, eternal security, to His particular atonement for His sheep. His sheep are given by the Father to the Son, the Son gives them life, the Son sustains them in that life all the way to glory and they are secure because He gave His life in their place and He took up His life again to the glory of God.
John 10:11-18 Jesus rebuking the false teachers of Israel and teaching about true shepherds and their relationship to their sheep, now presents Himself as the ultimate, the good shepherd.
John 10:1-10 There are two kinds of teachers that Jesus contrasts in this figurative picture. There are true shepherds who love and care for the sheep, and there are false shepherds, robbers, who are there for the good of self. How do we tell them apart?