The Man with Mud in His Eyes

At the Light Ceremony at the Feast of Tabernacles Jesus makes his greatest claim yet - "I am the light of the world." But the people will not accept it. How can he get his message across? He finds a man who has been blind since birth and performs a miracle to show that he is indeed the light of the world.

The Man with Mud in His Eyes

At the Light Ceremony at the Feast of Tabernacles Jesus makes his greatest claim yet - "I am the light of the world." But the people will not accept it. How can he get his message across? He finds a man who has been blind since birth and performs a miracle to show that he is indeed the light of the world.

Caught in the Act of Sin

Jesus is teaching in the Temple when the religious leaders bring a woman to him. They have caught her in the act of adultery! They tell Jesus, the great forgiver of sins, that the Law demands that she be put to death for her sin. If he forgives her, he is not following the Law. If he condemns her, he is compromising his message of forgiveness. What will he do?

Caught in the Act of Sin

Jesus is teaching in the Temple when the religious leaders bring a woman to him. They have caught her in the act of adultery! They tell Jesus, the great forgiver of sins, that the Law demands that she be put to death for her sin. If he forgives her, he is not following the Law. If he condemns her, he is compromising his message of forgiveness. What will he do?

Jesus at the Feast of Tabernacles

Jesus' brothers wanted him to go with them to the Feast of Tabernacles to show himself openly and proclaim himself Messiah, but Jesus refuses. Then, after they leave, Jesus goes up by himself. When he teaches in the Temple the authorities try to arrest him but they cannot cope with his words of power. At the Feast, Jesus does make an amazing claim for himself.

Jesus at the Feast of Tabernacles

Jesus' brothers wanted him to go with them to the Feast of Tabernacles to show himself openly and proclaim himself Messiah, but Jesus refuses. Then, after they leave, Jesus goes up by himself. When he teaches in the Temple the authorities try to arrest him but they cannot cope with his words of power. At the Feast, Jesus does make an amazing claim for himself.

The Servant Who Would Not Forgive

Jesus was in a home teaching his disciples about the kingdom of God - about humility, greatness, love, and forgiveness. To make sure his disciples learned these important lessons he told an unforgettable story about a servant who refused to forgive another.

The Servant Who Would Not Forgive

Jesus was in a home teaching his disciples about the kingdom of God - about humility, greatness, love, and forgiveness. To make sure his disciples learned these important lessons he told an unforgettable story about a servant who refused to forgive another.

Enthroned at God's Right Hand

For forty days Jesus met with his people, comforted their sorrows, instructed them in the kingdom of God and prepared them for the mission ahead to be a witness to the nations. Then he ascended into heaven and was enthroned as Lord of all at God's right hand as the disciples go back to Jerusalem and wait for the gift of the Spirit of God.

Beyond All Joy

The women have reported that Jesus has risen but the men are slow to believe until Jesus appears to them. Peter, the two on the road to Emmaus, the disciples, Thomas, all encounter the resurrected Jesus and their lives are changed.

Early One Morning

The might of the Roman empire stands in front of the tomb of Jesus which is sealed with a Roman seal. It is the third day since his death. The disciples are in hiding and the women are headed to the tomb to anoint Jesus’ body with spices. All seems lost until, early on the third day, God stepped in.

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