THE TRIUMPHANT ENTRY INTO JERUSALEM (Luke 19:28 – 40)
Teachings from the triumphant entry into Jerusalem
Lessons Christians learn from the incident
THE CLEANSING OF THE TEMPLE (Luke 19:41 – 48)
Lessons learnt by Christians on the Cleansing of the Temple
How Christians show honour and respect to places of worship
JESUS’ CONFLICTS WITH THE JEWISH LEADERS (Luke 20:1 – 47 – 21:1 – 4)
During his Jerusalem ministry, Jesus Christ centered His teachings at the temple. He got into conflict with the Jewish religious leaders on.
(i) Question about Jesus Christ’s authority (Luke 20:1 – 8)
The Jewish religious leaders questioned Jesus Christ on the origin of his authority.
The question intended to:
(ii) Parable of the tenants (Luke 20:9 – 18)
(iii) Payment of taxes to Caesar (Luke 20:19 – 26)
(iv) Question on resurrection. (Luke 20:27 – 40)
(v) The question about the Messiah (Luke 20:41 – 44)
(vi) The hypocrisy of the scribes (Luke 20:45 – 47)
(vii) The widow’s offering (Luke 20:1 – 4)
JESUS’ TEACHING ABOUT ESCHATOLOGY LUKE 21:5 – 38
Eschatology is the study of the end times. These are events/activities that will happen leading to the second coming of Jesus Christ.
Relevance of Jesus Christ’s teaching in eschatology to Christians today.
Elements from Jesus’ teaching on Eschatology which needs emphasis among Christians today.
How Christians should prepare themselves for the Kingdom of God
THE PASSION, DEATH AND RESURRECTION OF JESUS CHRIST
The last supper Luke (Luke 22:1 –38)
(i) The plot against Jesus Christ (Luke 22:1 – 6).
Reasons which made Judas Iscariot betray Jesus.
Preparation and celebration of the Last Supper
Celebration of the Last Supper ( Luke 22:15 – 3)
How Jesus Christ gave the Passover a new meaning
Significance of the Lords Supper to Christians today
It can be severally referred to:
Reasons why Christians take part in the Lord’s Supper
PRAYER ON THE MOUNT OF OLIVES (Luke 22:39 – 53)
The following events took place on the Mount of Olives before the arrest of Jesus;
Judas betrayed Jesus by:
This incident demonstrates the following qualities of Jesus;
Lessons Christians learn from the incident Jesus went to pray with His disciples on Mount Olives.
The denial of Jesus by Peter (Luke 22:54 – 62)
Peter denied Jesus for the following reasons
Lessons Christians learn from Peter’s denial:
1st Trial before the Sanhedrin: Luke 22:66 – 71
2nd Trial before Pilate: Luke 23:1 – 5
3rd Trial before Herod: Luke 23:7 – 11
4th Jesus before Pilate
A summary of accusations made against Jesus during His trial (Luke 22:66-23:1-23).
Ways in which Christians can respond to false accusations
THE CRUCIFIXION OF JESUS (Luke 23:26 – 43)
Lessons learnt about Jesus Christ from the repentant thief.
Steps taken by the Jewish leaders to make sure that Jesus was put to death
A summary of events that took place between the trial and crucifixion of Jesus (Luke 22:66-23-43)
Ways in which Christians should respond to false accusations.
THE DEATH OF JESUS CHRIST (Luke 23:44 – 49)
As He died He prayed, ‘father, into thy hands I commit my spirit!’ Having said this, He breathed His last.
Reactions of the people to the death of Jesus
THE BURIAL OF JESUS (Luke 23:50 – 56)
THE BURIAL OF JESUS (Luke 23:50 – 56)
THE RESURRECTION (Luke 24:1-53)
Witnesses to the resurrected/ risen Christ
(i) Testimony of the holy women i.e. Mary Magdalene, Joanna, Mary the mother of James and others. (Luke 1:1-12)
Reasons why the deciples found it difficult to believe that Jesus had resurrected
(ii) Appearance to the two disciples on their way to Emmaus (Luke 24:13 – 35)
(iii) His appearance to his disciples (Luke 24:36 – 43)
Reasons why Jesus appeared to His disciples after His resurrection
QUESTION AND ANSWER SESSION
Identify the significance the events which took place when Jesus was on the cross Luke 23:34-53.
Atika School Team