Jesus' public ministry comes to a close on Tuesday of Passion Week. This episode reviews the major themes developed by the Gospels in the two years of His ministry to Israel and examines the short record of events on Wednesday, including Judas' agreement with the Jewish authorities to betray Jesus.
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On the final day of His public ministry, Jesus pronounces severe woes over the Pharisees and teachers of the Law. He also predicts the destruction of the Temple and tells His disciples about the signs of His coming and the end of the age. This episode looks at each of the seven woes Jesus speaks as well as the passage known as the Olivet Discourse from Matthew 24, Mark 13, and Luke 21.
In His final day of public ministry, Jesus continues to silence His opponents and asserts His divinity yet again to the Jewish leadership. This episode develops the final events of Tuesday of Passion Week, including the Pharisees' question about the greatest commandment and Jesus' words about Psalm 110 and David's son.
As Jesus' final day of His public ministry to Israel, Tuesday of Passion Week is filled with parables directed at the Jewish authorities and their failure to bear the fruits of repentance. This episode looks at three events from Matthew 22, including the parable of a king and a wedding for his son, paying taxes to Caesar, and the Sadducees' question on marriage and the resurrection.
As Jesus' final day of His public ministry to Israel, Tuesday of Passion Week is filled with parables directed at the Jewish authorities and their failure to bear the fruits of repentance. This episode looks at three events from Matthew 21, including the question of Jesus' authority, the parable of the two sons, and the parable of the evil tenants.