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the Time Jesus Began to Preach: Reframe

Jesus the Holy Messiah from God was baptized by John the Baptist in the Jordan. It was now the time, Jesus began to preach. But first, following His baptism, Jesus was led by the Spirit into the wilderness where He would be tempted by the devil.

During this time, the LORD had fasted for forty days and nights and was extremely hungry and tired. This was when the tempter came to catch the LORD, at a weak moment.

The tempter asked if Jesus was the Son of God, and if He was, He should be able to command the stones in front of Him to become bread. This way He would be able to eat.

Jesus simply replied, quoting the scripture that “it is written that man should not live by bread alone, but by every word that proceeds out of the mouth of God.”

the Time Jesus Began to Preach

The devil then took the LORD up into the heights of the holy city and asked Jesus if He was the Son of God, He could jump from the pinnacle of the city and God would send angels to bear Him up before He dashes Himself against a stone.

Once again, the LORD Jesus responded by quoting, “it is written that man should not tempt the LORD His God.” Finally, the devil took the LORD up into an extremely high mountain and showed the LORD all the kingdoms of the world.

He showed the LORD all the impact these kingdoms had on the world. Once again, the LORD did not flinch or awe. The tempter said to Jesus, “All these things will I give to you if you will fall down and worship me.”

The LORD Jesus had enough and commanded Satan to get away from Him; for it is written, the LORD responded again. It was written that man should worship the LORD his God and only serve the LORD.

The LORD Fulfilling Prophesy

The devil left as commanded and when the devil left, the LORD saw angels who came and ministered to Him. It was around this time when Jesus learned that John the Baptist was put in prison. Thus Jesus departed into the coasts of Galilee.

He left Nazareth and came to stay in Capernaum, which rides along the sea coasts that borders Zabulon and Nephthalim, with great views. He stayed there so it may be fulfilled regarding what Esaias (Isaiah) the prophet spoke.

Isaiah said the land of Zabulon and Nephthalim, by the way of the sea, beyond the Jordan and Galilee of the Gentiles; the people who sat in darkness have seen the great light, including them who sat in the region. The shadow of death, light has sprung up upon them.

From that time onward, it was the time Jesus began to preach and say, “Repent; for the kingdom of Heaven is at hand!” It was an echo to the words of John the Baptist.

Recruiting the Fishermen Brothers

As the LORD walked the coasts of Galilee, he observed two brothers; one was Simon but everyone called him Peter. Peter’s brother was Andrew; they were fishing and cast their nets into the sea.

The LORD struck up a conversation and then told them to follow Him and He would make them fishers of men. Right away, they left their nets and followed the LORD. It was an amazing conversation.

From there the LORD saw another set of brothers, they were James and John, the sons of Zebedee. They were in the ship with their father, Zebedee, fixing their nets.

That was when the LORD changed their lives and called them also; right away they left their ship and their father to follow the LORD. Jesus now had a team of four men, two sets of brothers went around all of Galilee and taught in there congregations or synagogues.

Numbers Chapter 30 Summary

He proclaimed the gospel of the kingdom to all people. He healed them of all kinds of sicknesses and diseases that were present among the people. His works began to spread all through the area.

His fame went throughout all of Syria, sick folks came to the LORD in groves with all kinds of illnesses. Rare diseases and common diseases, the LORD healed them all; people possessed by devils, lunatics, and those with the palsy and lame. The LORD healed them all.

Because of His works, great numbers of people followed Him from Galilee to Decapolis, to Jerusalem, Judaea, and even beyond the Jordan. It was a very impactful time.

Selah (based on Matthew chapter 4)

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