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Luzon Jurisdiction Spiritual Formation

Christ in The Knights of Columbus

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Objective

To encourage the member of the Knights of Columbus to read, understand and live the Bible. Christ in the Bible

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SourceS of faith TradiTion  BiBle  MagisTeriuM 

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Tradition ď Ž

This refers to the unwritten Words of God , handed down from the Apostles and kept inviolate through the centuries by the MagisTeriuM (the Christ in the Bible

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BiBle

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It is the written Word of God, through the instrumentality of the evangelists under the guidance and inspiration of the Holy Spirit. These writings were compiled and preserved by the Church Christ in the Bible

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The Bible is the inspired “Word of God” 

Inspiration means that God worked in and through the human authors in such a way that they were empowered to use their own talents and words to write what God wanted them to communicate for the sake of our salvation. Indeed, the Bible is the Word of God written in human works. Christ in the Bible

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Magisterium ď Ž

The church’s teaching authority, instituted by Christ and guided by the Holy Spirit, which seeks to safeguard and explain the truths of the faith. Christ in the Bible

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Wisdom Books Prophetical Books

Isaiah Jeremiah Lamentations Baruch Ezekiel Daniel(&) Hosea Joel Amos Obadiah Jonah Micah Nahum Habakkuk Zephaniah Haggai Zechariah Malachi

Historical Books

Job Psalms Proverbs Ecclesiastes Songof Songs Wisdom Sirach

1,2 Maccabees

Esther(&)

Judith

Tobit

Nehemiah

Ezra

Pentateuch

1,2 Chronicles

1,2 Kings

1,2 Samuel

Ruth

Judges

Joshua

Deuteronomy

Numbers

Leviticus

Exodus

Genesis

Why are these books considered sacred?

By supernatural influence They were free instruments of God Because of inspiration Because inspiration left the writers free

THE OLD TESTAMENT BOOKS as Listed and Grouped in the New American Bible Christ in the Bible

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Principal Effects of Divine Revelation? 

Have real influence on those who read it with faith and humility Inerrancy of the Scriptures

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Wisdom Books Prophetical Books

Isaiah Jeremiah Lamentations Baruch Ezekiel Daniel(&) Hosea Joel Amos Obadiah Jonah Micah Nahum Habakkuk Zephaniah Haggai Zechariah Malachi

Historical Books Job Psalms Proverbs Ecclesiastes Songof Songs Wisdom Sirach

1,2 Maccabees

Esther(&)

Judith

Tobit

Nehemiah

Ezra

Pentateuch

1,2 Chronicles

1,2 Kings

1,2 Samuel

Ruth

Judges

Joshua

Deuteronomy

Numbers

Leviticus

Exodus

Genesis

How is the Bible divided? Old Testament – 46 books

THE OLD TESTAMENT BOOKS as Listed and Grouped in the New American Bible  New Testament – 27 books

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A Glance of the Entire Bible

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PROTESTANT BIBLE OLD TESTAMENT

CATHOLIC BIBLE OLD TESTAMENT

PENTATEUCH 1. Genesis 2. Exodus 3. Leviticus 4. Numbers 5. Deuteronomy HISTORICAL BOOK 6. Joshua 7. Judges 8. Ruth 9-10. 1 & 2 Samuel 11-12. 1 & 2 Kings 13-14. 1 & 2 Chronicles 15. Ezra 16. Nehemiah 17. Tobit 18. Judith 19. Ester 20. 1 Maccabees 21. 2 Maccabees

1. Genesis 2. Exodus 3. Leviticus 4. Numbers 5. Deuteronomy

6. Joshua 7. Judges 8. Ruth 9-10. 1 & 2 Samuel 11-12. 1 & 2 Kings 13-14. 1 & 2 Chronicles 15. Ezra 16. Nehemiah 17. Ester

7 Deutero-Canonical Books - Greek Christ in the Bible

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CATHOLIC BIBLE OLD TESTAMENT

PROTESTANT BIBLE OLD TESTAMENT

WISDOM BOOK 22. Job 23. Psalms 24. Proverbs 25. Ecclesiastes 26. Song of Songs 27. Wisdom Books 28. Ecclesiasticus PROPHETS 29. Isaiah 30. Jeremiah / 31. Lamentations 32. Baruch 33. Ezekiel 34. Daniel OT – Hebrew 35. Hosea ‫רית‬ ִ‫ב‬ ְ‫ע‬ ִ 36. Joel 37. Amos Ezra, Daniel 38. Obadiah & Jeremiah 39. Jonah 40. Micah few passage 41. Nahum Aramaic 42. Habakkuk 43. Zaphaniah 44. Haggai 45. Zachariah 46. Malachi Christ in the Bible

18. Job 19. Psalms 20. Proverbs 21. Ecclesiastes 22. Song of Songs

23. Isaiah 24. Jeremiah 25. Lamentations 26. Ezekiel 27. Daniel 28. Hosea 29. Joel 30. Amos 31. Obadiah 32. Jonah 33. Micah 44. Nahum 35. Habakkuk 36. Zaphaniah 37. Haggai 38. Zachariah 39. Malachi

OT – originally written on animal skins or on papyrus

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What is the New Testament?  

Why New? Classification of books of the New Testament

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STRUCTURE OF THE NEW TESTAMENT The Gospels

Letters

Catholic Epistles

Matthew Mark Luke John

Romans 1&2 Corinthians Galatians * Ephesians * Philippians * Colossians 1&2 Thessalonians

James 1&2 Peter 1,2&3 John Jude

Acts

1&2 Timothy @ Titus @ * Philemon Hebrews

* Captivity Epistles Christ in the Bible

Prophetic Apocalyptic Book Revelation

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What is important in New Testament? ď Ž

Fullness of revelation that was brought to us by Jesus Christ

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Cross of Jesus Christ

Event that separate the Old and New Testament Passion, Death and Resurrection

Plan of God to save the World through his Son Christ in the Bible

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The first preparation for the coming of the Son …  The Immaculate Four Conception. Marian Dogmas are: 1. Mary Mother of God 2. Mary Ever-Virgin 3. Mary’s Immaculate Conception 4. Bodily Assumption of Mary Christ in the Bible

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NEW TESTAMENT ď Ž

The

Annunciation Salvation of the World, through our Lord Jesus Christ depend on the answer of our Blessed Virgin Mary in this episode in the Bible. Christ in the Bible

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NEW TESTAMENT 

The

Visitation. 

“How is it that the mother of my Lord comes to me? Elizabeth “ Luke 1:43

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Capernaum Nazareth Galilee Mt.

Tabor

Samaria

Jericho Jerusalem Bethany Judea Christ in the Bible

Today 10 hrs by bus

– (Joseph)

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NEW TESTAMENT  

The Nativity This is the incarnation of a divine nature to a human form. First lesson: “Humility” – being born in a “manger” Christ in the Bible

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The Circumcision of Jesus 8 days after his birt

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NEW TESTAMENT 

The Presentation at the Temple

According to the Law of Moses, “every first-born male shall be consecrated to God. And they offered a sacrifice as ordered: pair of turtledoves Christ or intwo the Bible

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Finding Jesus in the Temple

“Why

were you looking for me? Do you not know that I must be in My Father’s house?” Christ in the Bible

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Hidden Life of Jesus  

Age 13 – 29 Life of Jesus is not recorded in the Bible. Luke 2:52 And Jesus advanced in wisdom and age and favor before God and man.

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Jesus was baptized by John the Baptist at the Jordan. (Mt 3:17 & Lk 3:21)

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Jesus reappear in the bible John – Wedding at Cana

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Jesus fasted for 40 days; He was tempted by the devil in the desert. 1. Command that these stones become loaves of bread 2. If you are the Son of God, throw yourself down. 3. All these I shall give you, if you will prostrate yourself and worship me. Christ in the Bible

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Jesus called his first disciples (Andrew,Simon, James at John)

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announced His Mission        

Preached the Good News Healed the sick, expelled demons Performed miracles Gathered and trained His Apostles Built His Church Defied the leaders of Jewish religion Celebrated the last supper and instituted the Holy Eucharist Prayed at the Garden of Gethsemane Christ in the Bible

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Jesus healed the sick, expelled demons (Mk 1:3234) ( messianic secret bilin ni Jesus na huwag ipagsabi ang milagrong nangyari 1:44 )

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36; 8:26; 8:30; 9:9) Christ in the Bible

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Healing of a Paralytic

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Transfiguration

Nagbagong anyo si Jesus his face was changed and his clothing became dazzling white

Jesus, Moses & Elijah Peter, John & James Christ in the Bible

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The Commissioning of the Twelve

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Jesus enters Jerusalem

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Cleansing of the Temple Mk 11:15-19

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The Lord’s Supper Mk 14:22-26 Breaking of bread “Take and eat this is my body”

Strongest belief of our faith is built here. Christ in the Bible

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The Agony in the Garden “Abba, Father, all things are possible to you. Take this cup away from me, but not what I will but what you will.� Christ in the Bible

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The betrayal and arrest of Jesus Mark 14

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Jesus before the Sanhedrin

Sanhedrin is the highest Tribunal during the Greek and Roman period. Christ in the Bible

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The Way of the Cross

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The Crucifixion

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Joseph of Arimathea ask Pilate for the body of Jesus

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The Resurrection of Jesus

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III. Christ’s Ascension • The “raising” of Christ did not stop with his Resurrection from the dead. • An integral part of Christ’s Paschal Mystery is his Ascension. • I am ascending to my Father and your Father, to my God and your 46 Christ God.” in the Bible John 20:17


The Coming of the Spirit (Acts 2) ď Ž

Acts of the Apostles The Kingdom of God began with Him and spread from Jerusalem to Rome. Christ in the Bible

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BIBLE AS WORD OF GOD


The Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary into Heaven - August 15

Means that Mary was transported into heaven with her body & soul united. (Immaculate Conception) Debate until Doctrine Nov. 1, 1950 Pope Pius XII Apostolic Constitution Christ in the Bible

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Role of the Bible in our lives   

Help us to understand the true meaning of life Guide our moral behavior Draw us into a prayerful union with Christ

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How is the Bible to be read?  

must be read and interpreted with the help of the Holy Spirit Criteria   

With attention to the content Within the living Tradition of the church With attention to the analogy of faith

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In Conclusion 

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Basic and most important truth taught throughout the Bible is that God is our Savior. As the God of our salvation, he makes Himself known to man. He comes among us as one or us in the person of Jesus of Nazareth, true God and true man. The Bible is the record of how God has taken a hand in our world. Christ in the Bible

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In Conclusion 

The whole of Christ’s life was a continual teachings: His silence; His miracles; His gestures; His prayer; His love for people; His special affection for the little and the poor; His acceptance of the total sacrifice on the cross for the REDEMPTION of the world and His resurrection are actualization of His word and fulfillment of REVELATION. (John Paul II CT9)

So ignorance of the Scripture is ignorance of Christ. – St. Jerome Christ in the Bible

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