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Gilbert House Fellowship #101: Matt. 27; Mark 15; Luke 23; John 18-19

jesus-and-pilate-backgrounds-wallpapersTODAY WE recount the final hours of Jesus’ life on Earth. We discuss the weakness of Pilate, the spiritual forces behind the priests and scribes, and the supernatural effects of the moment that Jesus gave up his spirit.

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Gilbert House Fellowship #67: Matthew 12, Mark 3, Luke 6

SermonOnTheMountOUR NEW TESTAMENT study this week clearly illustrates the viewpoints of the gospel writers with parallel accounts of the disciples eating grain plucked from the stalk (on the Sabbath–oh, no!) and the healing of a man with a withered hand (also on the Sabbath–oh, no!). Matthew draws on the Torah to validate Jesus’ claims of divinity, Mark offers a condensed, almost bullet-point account, and Luke, the careful historian, is the only one to mention that it was the man’sĀ right hand Jesus healed.

We also cover the calling of the twelve apostles, the only unforgivable sin, Luke’s account of the Sermon on the Mount, and we discuss the favorite BibleĀ verse of people who don’t know anything about the Bible.

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Gilbert House Fellowship #63: Matthew 4, Luke 4-5, John 2-4

jesus-canaTODAY WE encounter the Devil as Jesus is led into the desert for 40 days and then tempted — or, more accurately, tested. Thankfully for all of us, Jesus resisted the snares of physical gratification (bread), public acclaim, and earthly power.

We discuss Jesus’ first miracle, turning water into wine at the wedding in Cana, the miraculous catch on the Sea of Galilee, and the unique nature of Jesus as God’s only son.

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