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March 23, 2014
The Transfiguration is the most significant event in Jesus's life between his baptism and his passion. No doubt it was a mountaintop experience dramatic, awesome, startling dot dot dot, any event that the disciples who saw it would never forget. (cf. 2 Peter 1:16b, John 1:14) But what was the significance?
March 16, 2014
The ministry of Jess recorded in Matthew 4 through 6, which tells what happened between his baptism and his transfiguration, took place mostly in Galilee. There he told nineteen of his thirty-two parables and did twenty-five of his thirty-three recorded miracles. He was several miles form Jerusalem, but he was never far from the cross.
March 09, 2014
Immediately after his baptism, the Spirit led Jesus into the desert to be tempted by the devil. After Jesus had fasted for forty days and nights, the devil came to Jesus with three temptations, temptations to find a "better way" for Jesus to fulfill his mission than by means of the cross.
March 02, 2014
Jesus came to the Jordan to be baptized by John the Baptist. At first being baptized just does not seem to fit who Jesus is. In fact, John himself did not think it was fitting that he baptize Jesus. But Jesus said it was especially fitting. So how does it fit into what yo know about Jesus?
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