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CLE REVIEWER ZIA MAGTIBAY (with special thanks to danie

pascual, bianca traje & Bianca santiago)


Ø PALESTINE: (GEOGRAPHICAL FEATURE)
- Fertile area due to the Sea of Galilee being near the lands; A EMMAUS
mountanous area and also a place with lots of sand • After Jesus ressurrected, he spoke with a man named
Cleophas and another person here in Emmaus
BETHANY
• Jesus assended into Heaven near Bethany (Luke 24:
50-51) EPHRAIM
• Jesus raised Lazarus from the dead here (John 11:1-44) • Jesus takes refuge with his disciples in this town

BETHLEHEM GENNESARET
• Jesus was born here • Jesus and his apostles had visited Gennesaret after he
had walked on water

BETHPAGE
• Two disciples were told by Jesus to get a donkey for
GOLGOTHA
his entrance to Jerusalem • Place where Jesus was crucified
• Also known as Calvary

BETHSAIDA
GETHSEMANE
• Jesus restored the sight of a blind man here (Mark
8:22-26) • Judas betrayed Jesus and Jesus got arrested in
Gethsemane
• It also may have been the place where Jesus fed the
5000 people
JERICHO
CAESAREA PHILIPPI
• Jesus had performed many miracles in Jericho such
• Peter declares that Jesus is the Son of God here as the healing of the blind man named Bartimaeus

JERUSALEM
CANA • Jesus had been crucified and resurrected here
• Mentioned in almost all of the book of the bible
• First miracle of Jesus was performed here
• Wedding in Cana
• turning water into wine JORDAN RIVER
• Place of Jesus' Baptism
CAPERNAUM
• Jesus had lived here after living in Nazareth
• He performed miracles in this area MOUNT OF OLIVES
• He had chosed apostles here like Peter
• Jesus has taught and prayed here in the Mount of
Olives
DALMANUTHA
• The place Jesus had gone after performing the miracle NAIN
of the feeding of the 5000 people
• Jesus had brought a son of a widow back to life in Nain

DECAPOLIS
• Jesus healed a man who was deaf and had difficulty in NAZARETH
speaking • Jesus had grown up in Nazareth

EGYPT SEA OF GALILEE


• Mary and Joseph had taken Jesus to Egypt after King
Herod had wanted to kill him • Jesus had fed 5000 people, healed a man who was
deaf and mute, walked on water and performed
Ø Life of jesus
ZIA MAGTIBAY (with special thanks to danie
THE ANNUNCIATION OF THE BIRTH OF JESUS pascual, bianca traje & Bianca santiago)
• Nazareth (where Jesus grew up)
ü PREACHING
• Luke 1: 26-38
• Mary, Joseph, Elizabeth Nazareth
• Matthew 6:1; Luke 4:15-30
MARY • Christ Preaches at Nazareth
• the physical mother of Jesus
• she conceived Jesus through the Holy Spirit “virgin” Plain of Gennesaret
• Immaculate Conception: December 8
• Matthew 13:31
• Mary’s conception, not of her son • Parable of the Mustard Seed
• Assumption
• Mother Mary went up to Heaven body and soul
Capernaum
• mother of Jesus, mother of the Church, our mother
• Matthew 18:23-35
FLIGHT TO EGYPT • Parable of the Merciful Servant
• Matthew 2: 13-15
• Jesus’ family was spared from Herod’s furor
ü FORGIVING
• Herod’s reputation: brutal JERICHO
• angel appeared • Matthew 20:29-34
• scripture foresaw this geographical detour on the way of Jesus’ • Jesus at the House of Zacchaeus
true hometown
• Jesus: recipient, bearer, and fulfillment of the promises made to
Israel by God Ø The paschal mysteries
- Passion, death and ressurection of christ
EGYPT
• evokes the story of Moses ü THE PASSION OF CHRIST
• liberation of Israel from the tyranny of slavery - refers to the sacrificial suffering and death of Jesus Christ
by crucifixion on mount Calvary. Jesus foretold these
JESUS: THE SON events and made it clear to his disciples that he would
• second person of the trinity = human being suffer freely for the salvation of the world
• Jesus of Nazareth ü THE DEATH OF CHRIST
• Jesus Christ - Jesus sacrificed his life by freely accepting death on the
• annointed or chosen cross and being put in a tomb. In experiencing death and
• truly God, truly human (incarnation) overcoming it in resurrection, Christ assures us that we will
• incarnation: “coming into flesh" have life everlasting with God as we too, through Christ's
accomplishment as our representative, will triumph over
RETURN TO NAZARETH death and pass into eternal life with the resurrection of the
• Matthew 2: 19-23 glorified body.
• geographical appellation
• Jesus from Nazareth: “Jesus the Nazarene”
ü THE RESURRECTION OF CHRIST
- the bodily rising of Jesus Christ from the dead after three
days in the tomb
Ø The ministries of jesus
- Healing, Preaching, Forgiving Why resurrect?
- *for the exam, memorize the verse & story per ministry* • to allow everyone to see him
ü HEALING • to confirm that He exists
• to confirm the fact of his resurrection
Cana
• John 4: 46-54 RESURRECTION AS THE CORNERSTONE OF THE GOSPEL
• The Miraculous Healing of the Nobleman’s son • truth of the resurrection gives life to every other area of Gospel
truth
Capernaum • validation of Christ’s witness
• divinity, sufficiency of His atonement
• Mark 1: 23-27
• if the resurrection is true, then the Gospel is true, and if the
• The Miraculous Healing of a Demoniac
Gospel is true, then it possesses true life-giving powers

Galilee THE IMPORTANCE OF CHRIST’S RESURRECTION


• Matthew 8:1-4 • “And if Christ be not raised, your faith is vain, you are yet in your
• The Miraculous Healing of a Leper sins” - 1 Corinthians 15:17
• resurrection was indeed the foundation of the faith of all
Christianity
• without it, there would not be faith in the Lord in the religious world
• without it, our faith is useless
Ø The three-fold mission of christ
ZIA MAGTIBAY (with special thanks to danie
King pascual, bianca traje & Bianca santiago)
• rich, commands, protects 4. “My God, My God why have you forsaken me?”
• servant king - Here, Jesus was expressing His feelings of abandonment. God
• responsible placed the sins of the entire world on Him, which
• thinks of the welfare overwhelms the humanity of Jesus. His other eleven
• dimension of faith: moral disciples, once at His side, are nowhere to be found. Jesus
fully lived the human experience, and it was by His death
PROPHET that we are redeemed.
• always speaks the truth 5. “I thirst.”
• can see/understand like Jesus - To appease the soldiers Jesus took a sip, but not enough to
• speaks for God (advices) deaden the pain. In this passage He prompted the guards for
• ready with the consequences: death his final drink, this one consisting of vinegar and water.
• be condemned, teaches Among His seven last words, this is the only verbal
• dimension of faith: doctrine expression of his physical suffering, even though he was
scourged, crowned with thorns, walked the Way of the
PRIEST Cross, and was nailed to the Cross. However, Jesus’ thirst
• go between God and man = conduit on the cross was more than a physical thirst; it was a thirst
• offers sacrifice in the temple for souls for whom love compelled him to redeem.
• dimension of faith: worship 6. “It is finished.”
- “It is finished”, did not simply mean that death was upon
Ø Different feasts him, but rather that He fulfilled his mission, and, because he
was God, willingly laid down his own life. His preaching,
Annunciation miracles, and finally His earthly suffering would soon be
• the announcement by the angel Gabriel to the Virgin Mary of her over. His ministry and resulting death would pay the debt of
conception of Christ. sin for all humanity.
7. “Father, into Your hands, I commit my spirit.”
Visitation - Jesus is willingly giving up His soul to His Father in Heaven.
Jesus has been perfectly obedient to His father’s will. It is
• Mary visits her relative Elizabeth; they are both pregnant. Mary is
pregnant with Jesus and Elizabeth is pregnant with John the Baptist. here that the Lamb of God has been slain for our sins. By
Mary left Nazareth immediately after the Annunciation contemplating this, and all the last words of Jesus, we can
better appreciate Christ’s sacrifice on the cross.
Immaculate Conception Ø kabalikat experience
• the conception of the Blessed Virgin Mary free from original sin by
- reflection part lang during the exam acc to ms
virtue of the merits of her son Jesus Christ.
Ø lent
Assumption - Lent is a season of forty days, not counting Sundays, which
begins on Ash Wednesday and ends on Holy Saturday. Lent
• taking up of the Virgin Mary into heaven
comes from the Anglo Saxon word lencten, which means
"spring." The forty days represents the time Jesus spent in
Ascension the wilderness, enduring the temptation of Satan and
• he departure of Christ from Earth into the presence of God. preparing to begin his ministry.
- Lent is a time of repentance, fasting and preparation for the
Ø 7 last words coming of Easter. It is a time of self-examination and
1. “Father, forgive them for they know not what to do” reflection. In the early church, Lent was a time to prepare
- At the height of his physical suffering, his love prevails and new converts for baptism. Today, Christians focus on their
He asks His Father to forgive. Jesus asks his Father to relationship with God, often choosing to give up something
forgive, but it is by His very Sacrifice on the Cross that or to volunteer and give of themselves for others.
mankind is able to be forgiven - Sundays in Lent are not counted in the forty days because
2. “Today, you will be with me in paradise.” each Sunday represents a "mini-Easter" and the reverent
- Just like the first word, His second is that of forgiveness. spirit of Lent is tempered with joyful anticipation of the
God generously opens the door to heaven for those who Resurrection.
will to repent of their sins. The sinner recognized Christ for
who he was. The mercy of God is always ready to reach out
to and save a soul, even at the last minute.
3. “Mother, behold your son. Son, behold your mother.”
- Most scholars speculate that Mary was a widower at the GOOD LUCK EVERYONE!! A FEW MORE DAYS UNTIL
time of the crucifixion. The good son Jesus, without brothers
and sisters to provide for his Mother, looks to John to care
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for her. Just as Christ gave His mother to John, he gives
Mother Mary to us
- Times when we have achieved a huge responsibility and ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
achieved/done it well