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By Josh Hawkins Posted on November 17, 2015

In the fall of the final year of His ministry, Jesus enters Jerusalem for the Feast of Tabernacles and begins teaching in the Temple for the first time. Jesus enrages the Pharisees and openly declares that He is the one true God of Israel three times. This episode examines those words and more dialogue from the feast.

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By Josh Hawkins Posted on November 10, 2015

In the fall of the final year of His ministry, Jesus enters Jerusalem for the Feast of Tabernacles and begins teaching in the Temple for the first time. On the last day of the feast, Jesus stands up and says: "if anyone thirsts, let him come to me and drink". This episode examines the dialogue and teaching Jesus gives during His visit.

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By Josh Hawkins Posted on August 4, 2015

In this well-known scene from the Gospels, Jesus walks on the water and once again demonstrates His power and authority as the one true God. This episode looks at the four miraculous events that Jesus performs, causing the disciples to marvel and once again shattering their perception of Him.

For a resource on Jesus as the "I AM", see this book: Putting Jesus in His Place by Robert Bowman.

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By Josh Hawkins Posted on July 28, 2015

Jesus miraculously feeding 5,000 men is one of the more well-known stories from the Gospels. Yet the geographical context, the events leading up to it, and the creative power that Jesus displays is not often considered. The timing of the feeding also helps tremendously in forming a general chronology of the Gospels. This episode develops these points.

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By Josh Hawkins Posted on May 19, 2015

In Matthew's version of the Sermon on the Mount, Jesus teaches His disciples to pray. Though what is often known as "The Lord's Prayer" was actually spoken to the disciples at a much later point in Jesus' ministry, Matthew includes it in his compilation of Jesus' teachings in Matthew 5-7. This episode examines the final few petitions of the Lord's Prayer.

A deeper teaching on the Lord's prayer: http://danieltrainingnetwork.org/lords-prayer-pt1/

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By Josh Hawkins Posted on May 12, 2015

In Matthew's version of the Sermon on the Mount, Jesus teaches His disciples to pray. Though what is often known as "The Lord's Prayer" was actually spoken to the disciples at a much later point in Jesus' ministry, Matthew includes it in his compilation of Jesus' teachings in Matthew 5-7. This episode examines the first few petitions of the Lord's Prayer.

A deeper teaching on the Lord's prayer: http://danieltrainingnetwork.org/lords-prayer-pt1/

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By Josh Hawkins Posted on June 3, 2014

On the day that Jesus emerges from the wilderness, John the Baptist declares something very significant about Him to the crowds in Bethany beyond the Jordan. He called Jesus "the lamb of God". For his hearers, this would have evoked images from the Old Testament. Learn about John's words and their significance in this episode.

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By Josh Hawkins Posted on May 20, 2014

Immediately following His baptism in the Jordan River, Jesus is led by the Spirit into the wilderness, where He remains for 40 days. During that time, Satan tests Him on three specific instances. This episode develops the significance of the tests and why it is important that Jesus emerged victoriously.

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Posted on March 4, 2014

The Gospels only give us one glimpse into the years of Jesus' life between his birth and the start of His ministry, and its significance is momentous. When Jesus was twelve years old, He journeyed to Jerusalem for the Passover feast with His family. This episode looks at His visit and begins to lay a framework for rightly seeing His self-understanding.

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Posted on February 11, 2014

The entourage of Magi from the East meet with Herod in Jerusalem and follow the star they saw to Bethlehem, where they find the Child Jesus and present Him with three gifts. The gold, frankincense, and myrrh each represent something very unique about Jesus. In this episode, we examine the significance of the gifts and ponder what life might have been like in Bethlehem at the time.

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