Jesus Christ. Woman Taken in Adultery


    A House Divided
    The Son of God declares that blasphemy against the Holy Ghost shall not be forgiven and that a house divided against itself shall fall. Luke 11:14–26; Matthew 12:31–42
    Christ and the Rich Young Ruler
    Jesus Christ, the Son of God, teaches a rich man how to gain eternal life. Matthew 19:16–26
    Christ's Authority is Questioned
    Christ's authority is questioned by the chief priests and elders. He relates the parable of the two sons to them. Matthew 21:23–32
    Feed My Sheep
    Jesus shows Himself to His disciples and implores Peter to feed His sheep. John 21:1–22
    First Presidency Christmas Devotional
    The 2011 First Presidency Christmas Devotional with music provided by the Mormon Tabernacle Choir and the Orchestra at Temple Square.
    Follow Me, and I Will Make You Fishers of Men
    Jesus calls Peter, Andrew, James, and John to follow Him. Matthew 4:18–22
    Forgive 70 Times 7
    Jesus explains how we are to treat our offending brethren. Matthew 18:21–35
    Go and Sin No More
    Jesus teaches about compassion when confronted with a woman accused of adultery.
    I am the Bread of Life
    Jesus teaches He is the Bread of Life. Peter testifies that Jesus is the anointed Son of God. John 6:25–71
    Jesus Acclaims John the Baptist / Come unto Me
    Jesus acclaims John the Baptist, rebukes unbelievers, and declares His burden is light. Matthew 11:1–30
    Jesus Calls Twelve Apostles to Preach and Bless Others
    Jesus instructs and empowers His original Twelve Apostles.
    Jesus Cleanses the Temple
    Jesus clears worldly merchandise from the temple courts in order to keep the temple a holy place.
    Jesus Declares He Is the Messiah
    Jesus announces that He is the Messiah prophesied by Isaiah, but is rejected by His neighbors in Nazareth.
    Jesus Declares the Parable of the Lost Sheep
    Jesus teaches there shall be joy in heaven over one repentant sinner. Luke 15:2–7
    Jesus Declares the Parable of the Wheat and the Tares
    Jesus explains the meaning of the parable of the wheat and tares. Matthew 13:36–43
    Jesus Declares the Parables of the Wheat and Tares, Mustard Seed, and Leaven
    Jesus uses parables to teach a crowd of people about the kingdom of heaven. Matthew 13
    Jesus Declares: I Am the Light of the World; the Truth Shall Make You Free
    Jesus declares that He is the Light of the World and the Son of God. Whosoever will embrace His gospel and follow Him can be freed from sin. John 8:12–58
    Jesus Teaches a Samaritan Woman
    While traveling through Samaria, the Savior teaches a woman at Jacob's Well that He is the "living water." John 4:5-29
    Jesus Teaches about the Widow's Mites
    A poor widow contributes her all into the temple treasury. Jesus teaches that her contribution is greater than that of the rich who gave of their abundance. Mark 12:41–44
    Jesus Teaches of Being Born Again
    In the darkness of night, Jesus teaches Nicodemus about the necessity of every person being born again. John 3:1–36
    Jesus Teaches that We Must Become as Little Children
    Those who humble themselves as little children are the greatest in the kingdom of heaven. Matthew 18:1–11; Mark 9:38–42
    Laborers in the Vineyard
    Jesus gives the parable of the laborers in the vineyard. Matthew 19–20; Mark 10; Luke 18
    Parable of the Sower
    Jesus explains why He teaches with parables and gives the parable of the sower to a multitude gathered on the seashore. Matthew 13:1–23
    Render unto Caesar and unto God
    Conspiring men seek to entangle Jesus in His words. Instead, the Savior wittingly teaches them that it is possible to respect civil authority and honor God. Mark 12:13–17
    Seek Ye the Kingdom of God
    Jesus teaches not to lay up for yourselves treasures on earth but rather to lay up treasures in heaven. Luke 12:13–34
    Sermon on the Mount: The Beatitudes
    Jesus describes the characteristics of true Christians. Matthew 5:3–16
    Sermon on the Mount: The Higher Law
    Jesus teaches His followers essential Christian traits, such as kindness, forgiveness, and love.
    Sermon on the Mount: The Lord's Prayer
    Jesus teaches his disciples the correct manner of prayer and offers the Lord's prayer.
    Sermon on the Mount: Treasures in Heaven
    In His Sermon on the Mount, Jesus teaches His disciples what it means to be a compassionate follower of His gospel. Matthew 6:19–21; 7:1–27
    Suffer the Little Children to Come unto Me
    Jesus invites little children to come unto Him and teaches how to gain eternal life. Luke 18:15–17
    The Baptism of Jesus
    Jesus seeks out John the Baptist and is baptized in order to fulfill all righteousness.
    The Good Shepherd and Other Sheep I Have
    Jesus is the Good Shepherd. He declares that His Father commanded Him to lay down His life and take it up again. John 10:1–18
    The Greatest Commandment
    Jesus declares the first and great commandment is to love God with all your heart.
    The Kingdom of Heaven
    The parable of the kingdom of heaven teaches about how the just will be separated from the wicked.
    The Parable of the Talents
    Jesus declares the parable of the talents. Matthew 25:14–30
    The Prodigal Son
    Jesus tells the parable of the prodigal son. Luke 15:11–32
    The Ten Virgins
    Jesus declares the parable of the ten virgins. Matthew 25:1–13
    Thou Art the Christ
    Peter testifies that Jesus is the Son of God. Jesus declares that He will give the keys of the kingdom to Peter. Matthew 16:13–19
    Whosoever Will Lose His Life for My Sake Shall Find It
    Jesus foretells of His death and Resurrection. After He comes in the glory of His Father, every man shall be rewarded according to their works. Matthew 16:21–28
    Ye Have Done It unto Me
    Jesus declares the parable of the sheep and the goats. Matthew 25:31–46
    Young Jesus Teaches in the Temple
    Mary and Joseph find Jesus about His Father's business, teaching in the temple. Luke 2:40–52