Audio File   The tour of the (then) Roman world consumed most of the twenty-eighth and the entire twenty-ninth year of Jesus’ life on earth. Jesus and the two natives from India -Gonod and his [More]
Audio File   The home of Jesus was not far from the high hill in the northerly part of Nazareth, some distance from the village spring, which was in the eastern section of the town. [More]
Audio File   This is the calendar year of his fourteenth birthday. He had become a good yoke maker and worked well with both canvas and leather. He was also rapidly developing into an expert [More]
Audio File FIRST SERMON IN THE SYNAGOGUE   With the corning of his fifteenth birthday, Jesus could officially occupy the synagogue pulpit on the Sabbath day. Many times before, in the absence of speakers, Jesus [More]
Audio File   Joseph was a mild-mannered man, extremely conscientious, and in every way, faithful to the religious conventions and practices of his people. He talked little, but thought much. The sorry condition of the [More]
Audio File   JESUS AND THE PASSOVER      Five Nazareth families were guests of, or associates with, the family of Simon of Bethany in the celebration of the Passover, Simon having purchased the paschal lamb [More]
Audio File          All that night Mary was restless so that neither of them slept much. By the break of day, the pangs of childbirth were well in evidence, and at noon, [More]
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Audio File          No incident in all Jesus’ eventful earth career was more engaging, more humanly thrilling, than this, his first remembered visit to Jerusalem. He was especially stimulated by the experience [More]
Audio File   Everywhere Jesus went throughout the temple courts, he was shocked and sickened by the spirit of irreverence which he observed. He deemed the conduct of the temple throngs to be inconsistent with [More]
Audio File In the month of March, 8 B.C. (the month Joseph and Mary were married), Caesar Augustus decreed all inhabitants of the Roman Empire to be numbered, that a census should be made which [More]
Audio File   THE LATER CHILDHOOD OF JESUS       Although Jesus might have enjoyed a better opportunity for schooling at Alexandria than in Galilee, he could not have had such a splendid environment for working [More]
Audio File        The whole of Jesus’ twenty-ninth year was spent finishing up the tour of the Mediterranean world. The main events, as far as the revelators have permission to reveal these experiences, [More]
Audio File         The watchers for Herod, King of Judea, were not inactive. When they reported to him the visit of the priests of Ur to Bethlehem, Herod summoned these Chaldeans to [More]
Audio File FIRST AND SECOND DAYS IN THE TEMPLE      In the meantime, Jesus had remained in the temple throughout the afternoon, listening to the discussions and enjoying the more quiet and decorous atmosphere, the [More]
Audio File       Most of the time en route to Carthage Jesus talked with his fellow travelers about things social, political and commercial; hardly a word was said about religion. For the first time [More]
Audio File   By the close of the first century before Christ the religious thought of Jerusalem had been tremendously influenced and somewhat modified by Greek cultural teachings and even by Greek philosophy. In the [More]
Audio File         By the middle of this fifteenth year – and we are reckoning time in accordance with the twentieth-century calendar, not by the Jewish year – Jesus had taken a [More]