How did Christ teach the people?
"He taught them as one having authority, and not as the scribes." Matt. 7: 29.
NOTE - "The teaching of the scribes and elders was cold and formal, like a lesson learned by rote. To them
the Word of God possessed no vital power. Their own ideas and traditions were substituted for its teaching.
In the accustomed round of service they professed to explain the law, but no inspiration from God stirred
their own hearts or the hearts of their hearers."
14. Who are the disciples of Jesus, and what gracious work does the truth do for those who receive it?
What warning is therefore given?
To whom was this covenant-promise later renewed?
Into what perplexity did Christ's working of miracles on the Sabbath throw the Pharisees?
8. In what language did Christ briefly describe the experiences of His people previous to these calamities?
In whose name did Christ teach us to pray?
18. Lest the Gentile grafts should boast, saying that the Jews were broken off to let them come in, what warning is given them?
Questions & Answers are from the book Bible Readings for the Home Circle