Apostles preach with restraint


This was the first time Jesus permitted his associates to preach without restraint. On this tour he cautioned them on only three occasions; he admonished them to remain away from Nazareth and to be discreet when passing through Capernaum and Tiberias.

It was a source of great satisfaction to the apostles at last to feel they were at liberty to preach and teach without restriction, and they threw themselves into the work of preaching the gospel, ministering to the sick, and baptizing believers, with great earnestness and joy.

First Preaching Tour of Galilee 
Preaching at Rimmon
At Jotapata
The Stop at Raman
The Gospel at Iron
Back in Cana
Nain and the Widow’s Son

At Endor 
The Interlude Visit to Jerusalem
The Centurion’s Servant
The Journey to Jerusalem
At the Pool of Bethesda
The Rule of Living
Visiting Simon the Pharisee
Returning to Capernaum
Back in Capernaum

The Feast of Spiritual Goodness 
Training Evangelists at Bethsaida
A New School of Prophets
The Bethsaida Hospital
The Father’s Business
Evil, Sin and Iniquity
The Purpose of Affliction
The Misunderstanding of Suffering Job
The Man with the Withered Hand
Last Week at Bethsaida

Healing the Paralytic
The Second Preaching Tour
The Widespread Fame of Jesus
Attitude of the People
Hostility of the Religious Leaders
Progress of the Preaching Tour
Lesson Regarding Contentment
The “Fear of the Lord”

Returning to Bethsaida 
The Third Preaching Tour
The Women’s Evangelistic Corps
The Stop at Magdala
Sabbath at Tiberias
Sending the Apostles out Two by Two
What Must I Do to be Saved?
The Evening Lessons
The Sojourn at Nazareth
The Sabbath Service

The Nazareth Rejection 
Tarrying and Teaching by the Seaside
The Parable of the Sower
Interpretation of the Parable
More About Parables
More Parable by the Sea
The Visit to Kheresa
The Kheresa Lunatic


  • Paperback: 264 pages
  • Publisher: The Jesus Books, Publishers
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1461017246
  • ISBN-13: 978-1461017240
  • Product Dimensions: 9 x 6 x 0.6 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds

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