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.
Matthew 18: The Greatest in the Kingdom of Heaven
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.
Matthew 17: The Transfiguration
Jesus reveals himself to Peter, James and John. Jesus heals a demon-possessed boy and predicts his death a second time.
Matthew 16: The Demand for a Sign
Jesus explains his parables to his disciples. Peter declares Jesus the Messiah. Jesus foretells his death and resurrection.
Matthew 15: That Which Defiles
Jesus continues his ministry of healing, teaching, and performing miracles.
Matthew 14: John the Baptist Beheaded
Herod has John the Baptist killed. Jesus heals the sick and feeds the multitudes. He walks on water before his disciples.
Matthew 13: The Parable of the Sower
Jesus teaches in parables to give knowledge to the crowds. He explains the parables to his disciples.
Matthew 12: Jesus Is Lord of the Sabbath
Jesus continues his public ministry: healing the sick, driving out demons, and battling the Pharisees who challenge him.
Matthew 11: Jesus and John the Baptist
Jesus teaches the meaning of John the Baptist.
Matthew 10: Jesus Sends Out the Twelve
Jesus grants the power of healing to his disciples and gives them instructions to carry his ministry.