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耶稣生平-Ke

Life of Christ-Ke

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基督生平 Life of Christ All rights reserved Martin Luther College 1995 Luther Ct. New Ulm, MN 56073 版权所有 马丁路德大学 Forward 前言 This study is an adaptation of Dr. Kessel’s book The Life of Christ, published in 1997 by the Evangelical Lutheran Synod. We thank Dr. Kessel and the Evangelical Lutheran Synod’s publications committee for allowing us to adapt

第一章 耶稣基督的诞生和童年
Chapter 1 Birth and Childhood of Jesus Christ

General Introduction The Gospels of Matthew, Mark, Luke and John describe the birth, life, suffering, death, and resurrection of Jesus Christ. These pages of the Bible outline the life of Christ. As we study them we should ask ourselves three questions. First, who is Jesus Christ? Second, what has Jesus done for me personally? Finally, how should I respond to the love of Christ? As Martin Luther read the Bible

第二章 耶稣开始公开传道
Chapter 2 Jesus Begins His Public Ministry

Introduction 概述 So far we have studied the first 29 years of Jesus’ life. Most of that time the Savior lived a rather normal life in Nazareth. He spent his time doing the work of a carpenter and studying the Bible. Few people knew him except his family and friends. This all changed when Jesus turned 30. From that time on his life was anything but normal. Now he

第三章 欢呼声和不断增长的反对声
Chapter 3 Applause and Increasing Opposition

Introduction 概述 In the last chapters we studied the first year of Jesus’ public ministry. It was a year in which he moved from being unknown to well-known. During the next three months (January through March of A.D. 28) Jesus carried on an active ministry among the people of Galilee. Most people received him favorably, but at the same time

第四章 安息日的公开辩论和在山上布道
Chapter 4 Sabbath Controversies and Mountain Sermon

Introduction 概述 In the last chapter we studied the beginning of Jesus’ great ministry. From January through March of A.D. 28 he worked in his own backyard, Galilee. However, when the time for the Passover came, once again he made the trip to Jerusalem. As Jesus preached and healed in Jerusalem other Jews were having heated discussions about Jesus. In his teachings and actions Jesus was questioning the center

第五章 用神迹和预言传道
Chapter 5 Ministry with Miracles and Parables

Introduction 概述 When Jesus was baptized he received special strength from the Holy Spirit (see Chapter 2)。 Now that we have studied the first year and a half of Jesus ministry, we can see why he needed that strength. The religious leaders were constantly objecting to what Jesus did and said. And yet Jesus kept complete control of himself and always kept a proper

第六章 转变的时间
Chapter 6 Time of Transition

Introduction 概述 Jesus’ great Galilean Ministry lasted from about January of A.D. 28 to early April of A.D. 29. Then it came to a sudden end. Beginning with the death of John the Baptist, Jesus wished to take a break from his public teaching so that he could teach his disciples in private. He was also beginning to prepare himself for the suffering and death that was getting ever

第七章 一连串的“撤退”
Chapter 7 Series of Withdrawals

Introduction 简介 Jesus’ public ministry in Galilee was now finished. John the Baptist was dead and the disciples had returned from their preaching tour. Jesus had also tried to withdraw from public attention. He wanted to be alone with his disciples and finish teaching them the truths of Christianity. He also needed time to prepare himself for his own suffering and death. In the last chapter we ended with

第八章 耶稣向南行进
Chapter 8 Jesus Heads South

Introduction 简介 Isaiah the prophet foretold that the Messiah would be “despised and rejected by men, a man of sorrows, and familiar with suffering” (53:3)。 This was a very good description of Jesus. He had labored for over a year and a half in Galilee, yet,

第九章 死亡之旅
Chapter 9 The Death Journey

Introduction 简介 In the last chapter we learned that in early October of A.D. 29 Jesus set out from Galilee for Jerusalem (Luke 9:51), where he would suffer and die. He visited Jerusalem during the Feast of Tabernacles and the Feast of Dedication, but it was not until the last of March that he finally rode through the city gates

第十章 圣周棕枝主日—星期二的早晨
Chapter 10 Holy Week Palm Sunday Tuesday Morning

Introduction 简介 The Gospel Accounts of Matthew, Mark, Luke and John span the 33 years of Jesus’ life. Yet more than one quarter of all they wrote describes but one week – Holy Week. This is not surprising. Christ came to earth to be the Good Shepherd, to lay down his life for the sheep (John 10:11; Zech 13:7-9)

第十一章 圣周星期二下午 — 星期四晚上
Chapter 11 Holy Week Tuesday Afternoon -- Thursday Evening

Introduction 简介 Jesus spent Tuesday morning of Holy Week in the temple. There he condemned the Jewish leaders. Two days later these same men would have Jesus arrested and on Friday put him to death. In these last days Jesus continued educating the disciples by his words and his actions. Most importantly he left his church with a visible reminder of his love and salvation – the Lord’s Supper.

第十二章 圣周星期四的晚上 — 受难日
Chapter 12 Holy Week Thursday Night - Good Friday

Introduction 简介 It was now Friday, April 7, A.D. 30, the day of Jesus’ greatest sufferings, his trials, and his execution on the cross. We most often refer to this day as Good Friday. It was a good, yes even a great and glorious day for the world. For it was the day when Christ paid the price for the sins of all mankind and earned salvation for every

第十三章 圣周星期六、复活主日到耶稣的升天
Chapter 13 Holy Week Saturday - Easter Sunday to Jesus’ Ascension

Introduction 简介 The Apostles’ Creed contains a short summary of Jesus’ life. For 33 years he lived in a “state of humiliation.” That is to say, Jesus did not always use his divine rights or powers. For example, in the creed we confess to believe in Jesus, “Who was