"When the Son of Man comes in his glory, and all the angels with him, he will sit on his glorious throne. All the nations will be gathered before him, and he will separate the people one from another as a shepherd separates the sheep from the goats."
1. Throughout the gospels, how did Jesus refer to himself? John 9:35-38
2. For what two reasons did the Son of Man come, according to Jesus? Matthew 20:20-28, esp. verse 28 (also Mark 10:45).
3. "Son of Man" was a commonly used term for "man" or "male human being." It is used this way 100 times in the Old Testament, 93 of them in the book of Ezekiel. Jesus may have used this name for himself because of its reference in Daniel 7. What do you learn about the Son of Man from Daniel 7:13-14?
4. Applying the term Son of Man to himself, what did he claim about himself?
- He has power to _______ _____) Mark 2:1-11, esp. verse 10, (also in Matthew 9:6 and Luke 5:24)
- He is _____ of the __________) Matthew 12:1-8, esp. verse 8.
- He has ________ and a ____________ Matthew 13:36-43
- All who __________ in him will have _________ ______ John 3:14-15
- He accepted _________ John 9:35-38, esp. verse 38
a. Matthew 16:27, 28
b. Matthew 19:28
c. Matthew 24:27-44, esp. verses 29-31 (see also Mark, chapter 13, esp. v. 26)
d. Matthew 25:31-33
e. Matthew 26:64 (see also Mark 14:61-62)
f. Luke 17:22-37
g. Luke 21:25-36
6. Jesus' followers got a preview of the coming of the Son of Man: Mark 9:2-9 Describe Jesus in this passage. Based on this lesson, WHO IS THIS MAN?
(To be continued February 13)
Today I am thankful for taste buds.