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The healing of the paralysed man Disagreements over the Sabbath
People went to see Jesus, so many that there was One Sabbath, Jesus and his disciple began to pick
no room left, and he preached the word to them. some ears of corn, unlawful on Sabbath at the time
Some…

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Disagreements about the Law Jesus' predictions of his Passion
The Pharisees saw Jesus and his disciples eating Jesus said the Son of Man would have to suffer
with `unclean hands' and they asked them, why (unlike a messiah being a political leader), be killed
don't they do the ritual washing…

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Jesus' entry into Jerusalem Jesus cleanses the Temple
As they approached Jerusalem, Jesus said to two of Jesus entered the Temple and began driving out
his disciples to go to the next village and fetch a those who were selling and buying there
never ridden colt (donkey). They were told…

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Who's authority? Paying taxes
The Temple authorities came to Jesus and asked "by The Pharisees and Herodians went to Jesus to catch
what authority are you doing these things?" and him out.
"who gave you the authority to do this?" They asked if it is right to pay taxes to…

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Arguments about resurrection Generosity or extravagance
Jews were told that if a man dies without a son, his A woman came into Bethany carrying an alabaster
brother must marry that woman and produce a son jar of very expensive perfume. She broke the jar
The Sadducees reminded Jesus of this…

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The plot to kill Jesus Questions
The temple authorities were plotting a way to arrest b)
Jesus but quietly so as to avoid trouble
Judas went to them so he could betray Jesus. They
were delighted and promised to give him money.
Judas was one of the twelve so he…

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Imaan Saker

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do you have a finished one with possible questions? thank you

revisioning1012

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is there a copy with the finished questions

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