Events Leading up to the Capernaum Crisis 1. At Jairus's House 2. Feeding the Five Thousand 3. The King-Making Episode 4. Simon Peter's Night Vision 5. Back in Bethsaida 6. At Gennesaret 7. At Jerusalem The Crisis at Capernaum 1. Setting the Stage 2. The Epochal Sermon 3. The After Meeting 4. Last Words in the Synagogue 5. The Saturday Evening Last Days at Capernaum 1. A Week of Counsel 2. A Week of Rest 3. The Second Tiberias Conference 4. Saturday Night in Capernaum 5. The Eventful Sunday Morning 6. Jesus' Family Arrives 7. The Hasty Flight Fleeing Through Northern Galilee 1. Why do the Heathen Rage? 2. The Evangelists in Chorazin 3. At Caesarea-Philippi 4. On the Way to Phoenicia 5. The Discussion on True Religion 6. The Second Discourse on Religion The Sojourn at Tyre and Sidon 1. The Syrian Woman 2. Teaching in Sidon 3. The Journey up the Coast 4. At Tyre 5. Jesus' Teachings at Tyre 6. The Return from Phoenicia At Ceasarea-Philippi 1. The Temple-Tax Collector 2. At Bethsaida-Julias 3. Peter's Confession 4. The Talk about the Kingdom 5. The New Concept 6. The Next Afteron 7. Andrew's Conference
If not satisfied for any reason let us know for a full refund! Keep the book or give it away. Peace to you and enjoy! Jesus thus endeavored to prepare the apostles for the impending shock -- the crisis in the public attitude toward him which was only a few days distant. He explained to the twelve that the religious rulers of Jerusalem would conspire with Herod Antipas to effect their destruction. On Friday evening, the day of their arrival at Bethsaida, and on Sabbath morning, the apostles noticed that Jesus was seriously occupied with some momentous problem; they were cognizant that the Master was giving unusual thought to some important matter. He ate no breakfast and but little at noontide. All of Sabbath morning and the evening before, the twelve and their associates were gathered together in small groups about the house, in the garden, and along the seashore. There was a tension of uncertainty and a suspense of apprehension resting upon all of them. Jesus had said little to them since they left Jerusalem.