Jesus Earthly Ministry

Teaching Outline: Earthly Ministry of Jesus
Prepared by: Rodriggs Cyrus
Text: Isaiah 61:1-3
To magnify the Lord Jesus Christ and bless His Holy name.
To lead people to Jesus Christ our Lord and Savior.


The 3 years of Earthly Ministry of Jesus was recorded in the 4 Gospels, and those accounts are pointing out that indeed Jesus is the fulfillment of the Law and Prophesies in OT. This simple outline just pick up some important highlights in His ministry that will summarize the plan of Salvation and Redemption of God through His Son – the Lord Jesus Christ.

How Jesus fulfilled His Earthly Ministry?
He healed all manner of sickness and diseases. Matthew 4:23/ Matthew 9:35
He taught in the synagogues the Gospel of the Kingdom of God. Matthew 4:23/ Matthew 9:35
He wept because He prayed for the multitudes to believe that He is the Christ. John 11:35; 42
He cast out demon spirits and brought liberty to the captives. Matthew 8:28-34/Mark 5:1-17
He brought life back from death to some people including Lazaro His friend . John 11:43-44
He provided food for multitudes. Matthew 14:13-21/Mark 6:30-44/Luke 9:10-17
He performed miracles, signs and wonders Ex. Turning water into wine John 2:1-11 and calmed the storm . Matthew 8:23-27/Mark 4: 35-41/Luke 8:22-25
He rebuked the Pharissees and Sadducees of their pride and falsehood Luke 11:37-54/Matthew 23:1-39
He accepted the out casts. Mark 6:32-44/ Matthew 14:13-21
He loved the sinners and forgave them of their sins. Mark 2:1-12/Luke 5:17-26/John 7:53- 8:11
He called the disciples and minister to the people with them. Matthew 4:18-22/Mark 1:16-20/Luke 5:1-11/John 1:35-51
He predicted His death and resurrection and provided comfort to His disciples.Matthew 16:21-28/ Luke : 13:33/ Matthew 17:22/ Mark 8:31

Revelations of His ministry :
Jesus is the Healer.
Jesus is the Great Teacher-the Messiah sent by God predicted by the Prophets in the OT.
Jesus is the only Mediator between men and God. He is the High Priest interceeds for us.
Jesus is the Deliverer and Prince of Peace.
Jesus is the Life and the Resurrection.
Jesus is the Great Provider.
Jesus is the Christ – The Son of the Living God that forgives sins.
Jesus is the truth because He is the Word of God.
Jesus is Compassionate and Merciful – He will bring hope and peace to the world
Jesus is God the Son- the One Person in the Trinity. He is God Himself.
Jesus is Lord and we should follow and serve Him.
Jesus is the Savior and the soon Coming King and He will reign with us forevermore.


Yearly the Whole Christendom religion celebrates the Holy Week to observe the death of Christ and His resurrection on Easter Sunday. Redemption was fulfilled by our Lord Jesus Christ. Sin and death were conquered subjected to the Lordship of the Son of God. Have you realize this great blessing of Salvation? We were sinners and former enemies of God and yet can be reconciled with Him through the work of Christ and now we can stand before Him as children of God to enjoy His eternal life and the fullness of His blessings. Hallelujah! Amen!


Jesus the Messiah

An Exhortation : Jesus the Messiah

Prepared by: Rodriggs Cyrus

Text: … But what about you?” he asked. “Who do you say I am?” Simon Peter answered, “You are the Messiah, the Son of the living God.”

Matthew 16:15-16

Today in the town of David a Savior has been born to you; he is the Messiah, the Lord.

Luke 2:11

Day after day, in the temple courts and from house to house, they never stopped teaching and proclaiming the good news that Jesus is the Messiah.

Acts 5:42


To believe and accept that Jesus is the Messiah

What does Jesus the Messiah mean?

Messiah. [ (muh-seye-uh) ] In Judaism and Christianity, the promised “anointed one” or Christ; the Savior. Christians (see also Christian) believe that Jesus was the Messiah who delivered mankind from original sin (see also original sin). Jews (see also Jews) believe that the Messiah has not yet come. › browse

The Greek Septuagint version of the Old Testament renders all thirty-nine instances of the Hebrew word for “anointed” (Mašíaḥ) as Χριστός (Khristós). The New Testament records the Greek transliteration Μεσσίας, Messias twice in John. al-Masīḥ (proper name, pronounced [maˈsiːħ]) is the Arabic word for messiah. › wiki

Here are some of the definite clues about this coming that God gave in the Old Testament:

• The Messiah would be the seed/offspring of a woman and would crush the head of Satan (Genesis 3:15).

• He would come from the seed/offspring of Abraham and would bless all the nations on earth (Genesis 12:3).

• He would be a “prophet like Moses” to whom God said we must listen (Deuteronomy 18:15).

• He would be born in Bethlehem of Judah (Micah 5:2).

• He would be born of a virgin (Isaiah 7:14).

• He would have a throne, a kingdom and a dynasty, or house, starting with King David, that will last forever (2 Samuel 7:16).

• He would be called “Wonderful Counselor,” “Mighty God,” “Everlasting Father,” “Prince of Peace,” and would possess an everlasting kingdom (Isaiah 9:6-7).

• He would ride into Jerusalem on a donkey, righteous and having salvation, coming with gentleness (Zechariah 9:9-10).

• He would be pierced for our transgression and crushed for our iniquities (Isaiah 53:5).

• He would die among the wicked ones but be buried with the rich (Isaiah 53:9).

• He would be resurrected from the grave, for God would not allow His Holy One to suffer decay (Psalm 16:10).

• He would come again from the clouds of heaven as the Son of Man (Daniel 7:13-14).

• He would be the “Sun of Righteousness” for all who revere Him and look for His coming again (Malachi 4:2).

• He is the One whom Israel will one day recognize as the One they pierced, causing bitter grief (Zechariah 12:10).


What would this world be like without the Messiah? What would Christmas be like without the fulfillment of all those ancient promises and the prospect of Messiah’s coming yet once more as King of kings and Lord of lords? His arrival has made the difference between light and darkness itself. Think what His triumphal appearance once more will mean to this world. Everyone, including all of nature itself (Romans 8:20-21), will let out a burst of praise such as has never been heard: Here comes the King Himself, our Lord and our Savior! Joy to the World!


Sacrifices of Praise

Beautiful Sunday worship to all.

Hebrews 13:15 Through Him, therefore, let us at all times offer up to God a sacrifice of praise, which is the fruit of lips that thankfully acknowledge and confess and glorify His name.

This verse from the book of Hebrews is telling us that through Jesus Christ our Lord, we can come to God and offer our sacrifice of praise as an expression of our grateful heart and thankfully remembering the goodness of God in our lives.

What a great joy to know that in prayer we can express boldly our love, our gratitude, our dependency to him, our asking of provision, our asking of help in times of need, our asking of comfort and strength when we are broken, our confession of sins and asking of His forgiveness and our worship.

This is what Jesus did when He died on the cross of Calvary to redeem and restore us to God. He is the way, the truth and the life and no one can come to the Father except by Him. No other name given under heaven but the name of Jesus, that in the name of Jesus every knee shall bow and every tongue confess that Jesus Christ is Lord for the glory of God the Father.

He is our High Priest to God constantly interceding unto God to forgive us and graciously bless us because He paid in full the penalty for our sins.

He is our only Mediator to God and through His righteousness we are completely accepted by God because Jesus clothed us with His own righteous thereby we became righteous in the sight of God. On our own we cannot do that because we fall short of the glory of God.

This is the great reason to rejoice for we were rejected because of the penalty of sins but Christ’s deliverance restored us back to God, He placed us in the right position wherein God can accept us again and have fellowship with Him as His own children. Praise the Lord, Hallelujah!

Father God we want to say thank you for restored fellowship through Jesus Christ our Lord and Saviour. May we continue our walk with you in righteousness. May you renew our evil thoughts and allow us to dwell only in your beautiful plans of success in our lives .Amen.


Part 2 My first venture as Missionary blogger

June 27, 2020. Good day to all.

I feel very happy after my first posted blog yesterday. I am learning in this endeavour. #blogging101. I hope I can inspire new bloggers too by telling my trial and error process with the help of some people including Mr. Jon Orana who inspired me to do my first few steps and hopefully will learn from him more about his business in e-book.

Moving on to the next level of my blog writing career. I choose to tell anecdotes in my prayer journey #prayerjourney , along side with it is telling stories of my travels in Asia and some parts of the globe. I am also excited to tell some stories on how my prayers answered by God like how He answered your prayers in the midst of different situations.

This is to encourage everyone to pray and commune with God which is the secret of every success of man.#secretofsuccess.

In our prayer God is unfolding His wisdom how we will handle and face our problems and challenges in life.

In our prayer, the Holy Spirit is empowering us when we let Him to pray with us. He will give us utterances to speak in tongues and sometimes He will let us know what exactly we prayed to give us peace of mind and heart.

In our prayer, we can be ourselves to talk to our Father in heaven of our hopes and dreams in the life He gave us and He will tell you also His dreams for that life He gave you. By understanding the dreams of God for you, our good Father in heaven will wait patiently to yield yourself to his purpose and will and if you delighted yourself to Him, He will give you the desires of your heart.

My prayer this morning to you is for you to have a great understanding of the dreams of God into your life so that you can yield yourself to Him with all your heart and mind. Amen


My first venture as missionary blogger

It’s June 26, 2020. A delightful Friday to all. I flex today my first attempt to make a blog of my own to bring inspiration to my family, friends and colleagues and to anyone who would like to visit my blog. I would like to leave you golden ideas every time I have the opportunity to write down the messages I received from God in my prayer time.

Prayer is our way to receive strength from God every time we are bothered with many challenges in life. I want to share in writing my wonderful journey with God as his volunteer missionary doing different kinds of mission works.

My four decades of experience in doing mission works, I would say that God is truly amazing for giving me the opportunities to see different people groups, to travel in the most beautiful places and to experience wonderful and exciting challenges that made my heart understand my purpose in life.

May this day, the new beginning of another milestone of success in leading people to understand the wisdom of God to make their journey in life worth living.

I will end up every blog in prayer, so that you will feel my care and concern and that you will know also that one of the goals of this blog is to bring you closer to God aside from sharing every learning I received from Him.



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