THE SUFFERING, DEATH AND RESURRECTION OF JESUS: Lessons

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THE SUFFERING, DEATH AND RESURRECTION OF JESUS: Lessons
1 LESSON 1: JESUS' ENTRY INTO JERUSALEM
1.1 Jesus' companions were coming from Jericho
1.2 Jesus and his disciples traveled with other pilgrims for safety as there were many muggings
1.3 Christians think this is a triumphant event because it was after victories of conquest or authority
2 LESSON 2: JESUS' ANOINTING AND ARRANGEMENTS FOR BETRAYAL
2.1 the Sanhedrin would not arrest Jesus in public due to the fact it might spark a riot
2.2 JUDAS PROFILE
2.2.1 WHO?
2.2.1.1 He was thought to be a Zealot
2.2.2 WHEN?
2.2.2.1 He betrayed Jesus when he was praying
2.2.3 WHERE?
2.2.3.1 Gethsemane
2.2.4 WHY?
2.2.4.1 He wanted to do this because he wanted the bounty for his where abouts
2.2.4.2 He had expected Jesus to start a rebelion
2.2.5 WHAT?
2.2.5.1 Judas' role in Jesus' death was that he was the one who handed him over
3 LESSON 3:THE LAST SUPPER
3.1 What was the passover?
3.1.1 The passover was the situation in which the angel of 'death' went over the houses of those without the lambs' blood across the doors
3.1.2 Killing the fist child of the House/Family
3.2 JESUS hoped that Judas would have second thoughts, although he did accept his purpose in life from God, Jesus din't have to be blamed from his death
3.2.1 He would not drink wine again until he was in the KOG. The Messianic banquet was a Jewish symbol of the KOG. the KOG would arrive with Jesus death
3.3 THE DISCIPLES, through the bread and wine they were faithful to one another and with Jesus through his death, as the words about the bread and the wine gave the passover meal a new meaning
3.4 CHRISTIANS during the service of the holy communion , the Last Super is celebrated. Different christian denominations celebrate this in different ways, however, they believe that they bread or wine. Jesus' death and his resurrection.
4 LESSON 4: JESUS IN GETHSEMANE
4.1 Peter and John feel asleep because they gave in to a physical weekness
4.2 Jesus EXPECTED too much from as his feelings overwhelmed his desire and compared to the other around, he was patient yet his disciples were learners and they had yet to learn
4.3 Jesus begged God to take away the cup because it was too much for him to cope with. He felt unprepared
4.4 His reactions tells us that his relationship with God was strong to such an extent in which when too much was required, or tensions had arrison, his relationship with God grew weaker, but his obedience stayed continuous throughtout
5 LESSON 5: JESUS' TRIAL BEFORE THE SANHEDRIN
5.1 WHY WAS JESUS FOUND GUILTY IN THE TRIAL OF THE SANHEDRIN
5.1.1 Judas told them he was a terrorist and was said to overthrow the Romans; in his perspective
5.1.2 Jesus said "I am who I am"; Words used by God to Moses
5.1.3 The crowd were probably supporters of barabas in the uprising, which the authorities used against Jesus
5.1.4 He supposidly said " he shall destroy the temple and rebuild it in three days" - Messanic Claim
6 LESSON 6: JESUS' TRIAL BEFORE PILATE
6.1 The trial would be in Court
6.1.1 Jesus did not respond to the Romans when they asked him if he was the KOTJ because he is religious, not political
6.1.1.1 Jesus was beaten, mocked by soldiers and even spat on before trial
6.1.2 WHO CONTRIBUTED TO JESUS' DEATH
6.1.2.1 THE SANHEDRIN: they sat him before Piltae
6.1.2.2 THE CROWD AT THE ROMAN TRIAL: They did not listen to evidence. Choice already chosen beforehand. Pressurised Pilate
6.1.2.3 JUDAS: Betrayed for a ransom and turned him into the Romans
6.1.2.4 JESUS HIMSELF: It was his fate. Needed to be fulfilled
6.1.2.5 PILATE: this was the Final choice which lead to his execution
7 LESSON 7: THE CRUCIFIXION
8 LESSON 8: THE CRUCIFIXION (2)
9 LESSON 9: THE CRUCIFIXION AND BURIAL (3)
10 LESSON 10: THE RESURRECTION APPEARANCES
11 LESSON 11: THE RESURRECTION APPEARANCES (2)
12 LESSON 12: THE RESURRECTION (3)

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