When Jesus and the three disciples came to the crowd (presumably returning from atop the mountain where the disciples witnessed
The Transfiguration – Jesus transforms into radiant light and reveals John the Baptist as the Old Testament prophet, Elijah (Matthew 17:1 – 17:13).
After six days, Jesus took Peter, James, and John the brother of James, and led them up a high mountain
Jesus predicts his death for the first time and commands we turn from worldly ways (Matthew 16:21 – 16:28)
After Peter suggested Jesus was the Messiah, Jesus began to explain to the disciples that he must go to Jerusalem
Peter reveals Jesus is the Messiah and is given the keys to the kingdom of heaven (Matthew 16:13 – 16:20).
When Jesus arrived in the region of Caesarea Philippi, he asked his disciples, “Who do people say I am?” They replied,
The yeast of the Pharisees – Jesus warns the disciples to be wary of Pharisees’ teachings (Matthew 16:5 – 16:12).
When Jesus and the disciples went across the Sea of Galilee, they forgot to take bread with them. Jesus told
Pharisees ask for a sign – Jesus gives them a weather lesson because they are unable to interpret the signs of the times (Matthew 16:1 – 16:4).
The Pharisees and Sadducees (prominent religious leaders in ancient Israel) came to Jesus and tested him by asking him to
Jesus feeds the four thousand – seven loaves and a few fish feed thousands of people (Matthew 15:29 – 15:39).
Jesus left the area of Tyre and Sidon and travelled along the Sea of Galilee. He went up a mountainside
Jesus veers from his primary task in order to free a pagan Canaanite from demon possession (Matthew 15:21 – 15:28).
Jesus left Gennesaret, withdrew from the Pharisees, and travelled to Tyre and Sidon. A local Canaanite woman came to Jesus
Come to me, all who are weary and burdened – how God’s message is revealed through Jesus (Matthew 11:25 – 11:30)
After denouncing the cities in the area for not heeding his message, Jesus praised God and said, “You have hidden these
Jesus chastises Jewish cities for refusing to repent – it’s not the sin that matters, but the repentance (Matthew 11:20 – 11:24)
Jesus chastised the towns in which he had performed miracles, but they still refused to repent. “Woe to you, Chorazin! Pity