Luke 21, The Widow’s two Mites, the Signs of the Times, the End of the Age, the Destruction of Jerusalem, the Coming of the Son of Man, the Parable of the Fig Tree.
Jesus taught in the Temple Sunday afternoon, Monday, Tuesday and early Wednesday of Holy Week.
Luke 20, Jesus Authority Questioned, the Parable of the Wicked Winedressers, pay Taxes to Caesar?, What about the Resurrection?, How can David call his descendant Lord?, beware of the Scribes.
Luke 19, Zacchaeus, the Parable of the Minas, The Triumphal Entry, Jesus weeps over Jerusalem, Jesus cleanses the Temple.
Psalm 24, of David.
Don’t worry. The polar bears on Svalbard have doubled in the last 50 years.
The floods are bad, but God has promised never to destroy all earth with a flood again.
Yes, scrubbing is important, but that only takes care of the physical contamination.
Hint: It’s in France.
Hint: It’s in England.
Luke 18, the Parables of the Persistent Widow, the Pharisee and the Tax Collector, Jesus blesses the Little Children, the Rich Young Ruler, all Things are possible with God, Jesus predicts His Death, a Blind Beggar receives Sight.