Topics: Jesus, Christian terms, Jordan River Pages: 2 (467 words) Published: January 4, 2013
Feeding of the 5000 : (6 : 30 – 44)
The apostles returned and met with Jesus, there was so many people coming and going, Jesus and the disciples didn’t have time to eat. Jesus said to them “Let us go of by ourselves to some place where we will be alone and you can rest for a while” so they went out to the boat. Jesus got out the boat and saw a large crowd and his heart filled with pity because they were like sheep without a shepherd. He began to teach them but later his disciples said to him “it’s already very late, send the people away and let them go nearby farms and villages in order to buy themselves something to eat.” Jesus answered “You yourselves give them something to eat.” They asked him “Do you want us to go and spend 200 silver coins in order to feed them?” Jesus asked “How much bread have you got?” They went to the boat and checked and told Jesus “Five loaves and also 2 fish” Jesus told his disciples to divide the people into groups of hundred and fifty. Jesus took the 5 loaves and 2 fish – gave thanks to God and broke the loaves and gave it to his disciples to distribute and also the 2 fish and everyone was fed. At the end there was 12 full baskets left.

The baptism : (1 : 9 – 11)
Not long afterwards Jesus came from Nazareth in the province of Galilee; he was baptised by John in the Jordan (river Jordan). As soon as Jesus came up out of the water, he saw heaven opening and the spirit coming down in the image of a dove. And a voice from heaven said “You are my own dear son. I am pleased with you.”

Jesus heals a paralysed man: (2 : 1 – 12)
Jesus went back to Capernaum. Jesus was preaching the message to them, when four men arrived, carrying a paralysed man to Jesus. Because of the crowd they could not get the man to him. so thye made a whole in the roof right above where jesus was sitting. Seeing how much faith he had, jesus said to the paralysed man “My son, your sins are forgiven” the teachers of the law said to one-another “How does he...
Continue Reading

Please join StudyMode to read the full document

Become a StudyMode Member

Sign Up - It's Free