Who were the Pharisees?
Why did Jesus condemn them?
Are you under the same condemnation?
The Pharisees are constantly a thorn in the side of Jesus. And Jesus uses the words, “Woe unto you,” to describe them. This book examines the many different times that Jesus uses this phrase. Why were the Pharisees condemned? And are we guilty of the same thing?
This 121-page, 13-lesson book is specially designed to encourage Christians to examine themselves in the light of God’s word.
From the introduction:
“Our study of Christ and the Pharisees is not just a matter of historical interest, nor just to learn what Jesus said about somebody else. In our study we must constantly be aware of the fact that Jesus clearly said: “For I say unto you, that except your righteousness shall exceed the righteousness of the scribes and Pharisees, ye shall in no wise enter into the kingdom of heaven.” (Matt. 5:20) When this is kept in mind we shall examine our own lives to see whether or not we have been following the same principles which the Pharisees followed. If we are following these principles, if we have become like them, then these woes are unto us as surely as they were unto the Pharisees. Thus the very title of this study urges the reader to ask himself: Are these woes unto me?”
- JESUS AND THE PHARISEES
- WAS CHRIST TOO HARD ON THE PHARISEES?
- THE RESPONSE OF THE PHARISEES
- HOW THE PHARISEES ATTACKED JESUS
- AS THEY BID, NOT AS THEY DO
- TO BE SEEN OF MEN
- SHUTTING THE KINGDOM
- THE PRAYING “PREYERS”
- TWO-FOLD MORE A SON OF HELL.
- SWEARING AND TITHING
- THE LAMENTATION OVER JERUSALEM
- WOE UNTO YOU?
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