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  1. The Word Is AliveThe Gospel of Luke Chapter Nineteen Presented by Tony Gillon

  2. Chapter Nineteen • Luke 9:51–19:27 - The Journey to Jerusalem (continues/concludes)

  3. Chapter Nineteen • Luke 9:51–19:27 - The Journey to Jerusalem (continues/concludes) • Luke 17:11–19:27 - The third mention of the journey to Jerusalem (continues/concludes)

  4. The Journey to Jerusalem • Summary of Chapter Nineteen • Jesus and Zacchæus, the chief tax collector.

  5. The Journey to Jerusalem • Summary of Chapter Nineteen • Jesus and Zacchæus, the chief tax collector. • The parable of the ten minas.

  6. The Journey to Jerusalem • Summary of Chapter Nineteen • Jesus and Zacchæus, the chief tax collector. • The parable of the ten minas. • The Triumphal Entry into Jerusalem.

  7. The Journey to Jerusalem • Summary of Chapter Nineteen • Jesus and Zacchæus, the chief tax collector. • The parable of the ten minas. • The Triumphal Entry into Jerusalem. • Jesus clears his Father’s house.

  8. The Journey to Jerusalem • Luke 19:1–10 - Zacchæus the tax collector

  9. The Journey to Jerusalem • Luke 19:1–10 - Zacchæus the tax collector • The Kingdom of God accepts another outcast. • Jesus’ arrival in Jericho is like that of any other itinerant preacher.

  10. The Journey to Jerusalem • 1Jesus entered Jericho and was passing through.

  11. The Journey to Jerusalem • 1Jesus entered Jericho and was passing through. • Jesus entered Jericho ties this account closely with the preceding passage: • As Jesus approached Jericho (Luke 18:35a).

  12. The Journey to Jerusalem • At that time Joshua pronounced this solemn oath: Cursed before the LORD is the man who undertakes to rebuild this city, Jericho: At the cost of his firstborn son will he lay its foundations; at the cost of his youngest will he set up its gates (Joshua 6:26).

  13. The Journey to Jerusalem • In Ahab’s time, Hiel of Bethel rebuilt Jericho. He laid its foundations at the cost of his firstborn son Abiram, and he set up its gates at the cost of his youngest son Segub, in accordance with the word of the LORD spoken by Joshua son of Nun (1 Kings 16:34).

  14. The Journey to Jerusalem • Jericho in Jesus’ day: • Extensively expanded by Herod the Great.

  15. The Journey to Jerusalem • Jericho in Jesus’ day: • Extensively expanded by Herod the Great. • Evidence for Herod’s death in 4BC.

  16. The Journey to Jerusalem • Jericho in Jesus’ day: • Extensively expanded by Herod the Great. • Evidence for Herod’s death in 4BC. • Lunar eclipses that support the timeframe.

  17. The Journey to Jerusalem • Jericho in Jesus’ day: • Extensively expanded by Herod the Great. • Evidence for Herod’s death in 4BC. • Lunar eclipses that support the timeframe. • Herod’s excruciating death.

  18. The Journey to Jerusalem • The death of Herod Antipas c.39BC • Immediately, because Herod did not give praise to God, an angel of the Lord struck him down, and he was eaten by worms and died (Acts 12:23).

  19. The Journey to Jerusalem • 2 A man was there by the name of Zacchæus; he was a chief tax collector and was wealthy.

  20. The Journey to Jerusalem • 2 A man was there by the name of Zacchæus; he was a chief tax collector and was wealthy. • 3 He wanted to see who Jesus was, but being a short man he could not, because of the crowd. 4 So he ran ahead and climbed a sycamore-fig tree to see him, since Jesus was coming that way. • 5 When Jesus reached the spot, he looked up and said to him, Zacchæus, come down immediately. I must stay at your house today.

  21. The Journey to Jerusalem • He was shortin stature so climbed a tree to get a view of Jesus but Jesus already knew him, as he did with Nathaniel: • How do you know me? Nathanael asked. Jesus answered, I saw you while you were still under the fig-tree before Philip called you. • (John 1:48).

  22. The Journey to Jerusalem • ZacchæusI must stay at your house today shows the divine necessity of Jesus’ bringing salvation to Zacchæus’ home (vv.9–10).

  23. The Journey to Jerusalem • 6 So he came down at once and welcomed him gladly.

  24. The Journey to Jerusalem • 6 So he came down at once and welcomed him gladly. • 7 All the people saw this and began to mutter, He has gone to be the guest of a sinner.

  25. The Journey to Jerusalem • 6 So he came down at once and welcomed him gladly. • 7 All the people saw this and began to mutter, He has gone to be the guest of a sinner. • Allbegan to mutter is in sharp contrast to the praise he usually received: • He taught in their synagogues, and everyone praised him (Luke 4:15).

  26. The Journey to Jerusalem • Now the tax collectors and sinners were all gathering round to hear him. But the Pharisees and the teachers of the law muttered, This man welcomes sinners, and eats with them (Luke 15:1-2).

  27. The Journey to Jerusalem • Now the tax collectors and sinners were all gathering round to hear him. But the Pharisees and the teachers of the law muttered, This man welcomes sinners, and eats with them (Luke 15:1-2). • I have not come to call the righteous, but sinners to repentance (Luke 5:32).

  28. The Journey to Jerusalem • 8 But Zacchæus stood up and said to the Lord, Look, Lord! Here and now I givehalf of my possessionsto the poor, and if I have cheated anybody out of anything, I will pay back four times the amount.

  29. The Journey to Jerusalem • Half of my possessions: • Sell your possessions and give to the poor. Provide purses for yourselves that will not wear out, a treasure in heaven that will not be exhausted, where no thief comes near and no moth destroys (Luke 12:33). 

  30. The Journey to Jerusalem • I giveto the poor: • But give what is inside the dish to the poor, and everything will be clean for you. • (Luke 11:41).

  31. The Journey to Jerusalem • I giveto the poor: • But give what is inside the dish to the poor, and everything will be clean for you. • (Luke 11:41). • When Jesus heard this, he said to him, You still lack one thing. Sell everything you have and give to the poor, and you will have treasure in heaven. Then come, follow me. (Luke 18:22).

  32. The Journey to Jerusalem • If I have cheatedI will pay back four times the amount: • If a man steals an ox or a sheep and slaughters it or sells it, he must pay back five head of cattle for the ox and four sheep for the sheep (Exodus 22:1).

  33. The Journey to Jerusalem • If I have cheatedI will pay back four times the amount: • If a man steals an ox or a sheep and slaughters it or sells it, he must pay back five head of cattle for the ox and four sheep for the sheep (Exodus 22:1). • He must pay for that lamb four times over, because he did such a thing and had no pity. (2 Samuel 12:6).

  34. The Journey to Jerusalem • Zacchæus’ actions reveal that his repentance and faith are genuine. • His transformation made him honest, charitable, good and happy.

  35. The Journey to Jerusalem • The Acts Chapter Two church model: • The giving was voluntary.

  36. The Journey to Jerusalem • The Acts Chapter Two church model: • The giving was voluntary. • People retained personal possessions.

  37. The Journey to Jerusalem • The Acts Chapter Two church model: • The giving was voluntary. • People retained personal possessions. • This is supported by the account of Ananias and Sapphira in Acts 5:4.

  38. The Journey to Jerusalem • 9 Jesus said to him, Today salvation has come to this house, because this man, too, is a son of Abraham.

  39. The Journey to Jerusalem • 9 Jesus said to him, Today salvation has come to this house, because this man, too, is a son of Abraham. • Jesus said to him: • Although spoken to Zacchæus, Jesus’ statement is directed to the grumbling ‘all’.

  40. The Journey to Jerusalem • Today salvation has come: • Those who heard this asked, Who then can be saved? Jesus replied, What is impossible with men is possible with God (Luke 18:26–27).

  41. The Journey to Jerusalem • Zacchæus reveals that he too is a true son of Abraham: • Understand, then, that those who believe are children of Abraham (Galatians 3:7).

  42. The Journey to Jerusalem • Zacchæus reveals that he too is a true son of Abraham: • Understand, then, that those who believe are children of Abraham (Galatians 3:7). • Produce fruit in keeping with repentance. And do not begin to say to yourselves, ‘We have Abraham as our father’. For I tell you that out of these stones God can raise up children for Abraham (Luke 3:8).

  43. The Journey to Jerusalem • He now brings hope rather than condemnation to his whole household. • Woe to him who builds his realm by unjust gain to set his nest on high, to escape the clutches of ruin! (Habakkuk 2:9).

  44. The Journey to Jerusalem • They replied, Believe in the Lord Jesus, and you will be saved — you and your household. (Acts 16:31).

  45. The Journey to Jerusalem • They replied, Believe in the Lord Jesus, and you will be saved — you and your household. (Acts 16:31). • Wealth and riches are in his house, and his righteousness endures for ever (Psalm 112:3).

  46. The Journey to Jerusalem • 10 For the Son of Man came to seek and to save what was lost.

  47. The Journey to Jerusalem • Luke 19:11–27 - The parable of the ten minas

  48. The Journey to Jerusalem • Luke 19:11–27 - The parable of the ten minas • This parable concludes Luke’s account of Jesus’ journey from Galilee to Jerusalem, which began in Luke 9:51. • It is distinct from ‘The Parable of the Talents’ in Matthew 25:14–30.

  49. The Journey to Jerusalem • 11 While they were listening to this, he went on to tell them a parable, because he was near Jerusalem and the people thought that the Kingdom of God was going to appear at once.

  50. The Journey to Jerusalem • The key to the meaning of this parable is once again given at the beginning. Jesus gave the parable in response to those who thought that the Kingdom of God was going to appear at once.