people had various responses to Jesus Christ. As a whole they did not receive
came unto His own, and His own received Him not. John 1:11. The
Pharisees and Sadducees hated Him and constantly looked for a way to condemn
Him. Isn’t it strange that the most religious were the ones that had the
greatest problem with Him? God sent His Son to save His people from their sins
(Matthew 1:21), and it was the teachers of the Scriptures that wouldn’t receive
Him. Do you think that could happen today?
were some who thought Jesus was a prophet (John 6:14). Very few, though, could
say like Peter, Thou art the Christ, the Son of the living God (Matthew
16:16). At times great multitudes followed Him (Matthew 4:25). But most of the
time only the twelve disciples walked with Him. The Scriptures show a vivid
contrast between the disciples and the multitudes that were drawn to Jesus. ...more
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An exposition of Isaiah chapter 2-4. Before beginning our exposition it is necessary to understand the order of Isaiah's prophecy in Isaiah 2:2-4 to establish the mountain of the Lord's house in the top of the mountains. These three chapters reveal the means by which the Lords brings it to pass and what we go through in our journey to that destination.