Jesus continues teaching people and interpreting his teachings to his Disciples. They move from Galilee to a region of Judea on the other side of the Jordan.
Jesus teaches his disciples. He uses parables of the innocence of children, a shepherd’s care for his flock, dealing with sinners within the church, and of a king owed money by a servant.
Jesus reveals himself to Peter, James and John. Jesus heals a demon-possessed boy and predicts his death a second time.
Jesus explains his parables to his disciples. Peter declares Jesus the Messiah. Jesus foretells his death and resurrection.
Jesus continues his ministry of healing, teaching, and performing miracles.
Herod has John the Baptist killed. Jesus heals the sick and feeds the multitudes. He walks on water before his disciples.
Jesus teaches in parables to give knowledge to the crowds. He explains the parables to his disciples.
Jesus continues his public ministry: healing the sick, driving out demons, and battling the Pharisees who challenge him.
Jesus teaches the meaning of John the Baptist.
Jesus grants the power of healing to his disciples and gives them instructions to carry his ministry.