Since Jesus was God in human form, He spoke of how He desires us all to get along in harmony. He also
spoke in parables so that people could understand how God's love should transform our lives and let
that hope spill over to others. His most famous group of sermons is known as the Sermon on the Mount
which begins with what we call the beautiful attitudes or "Beattitudes".

Links open with New International Version (NIV) verses.
Unless otherwise stated, links applicable in both King James & NIV.

Jesus teaches Nicodemus
John 3:1-21

Jesus' teaching on prayer
Luke 11:1-13

Jesus prays in a solitary place
Mark 1:35-39

Jesus prays on the Mount of olives
Luke 22:39-46

the "Beattitudes"
Matthew 5:1-12

Jesus prays for himself
John 17:1-5

Jesus prays for his disciples
John 17:6-19

Jesus prays for all believers
John 17:20-26

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parable of the good Samaritan
Luke 10:25-37

parable of the hidden treasure and the pearl
Matthew 13:44-46

parable of the sower
Matthew 13:1-23 Mark 4:1-20; Luke 8:1-15

parable of the weeds
Matthew 13:1-23; Luke 8:1-15

parable of the mustard seed and the yeast
Matthew 13:24-30; Luke 13:18-21

parable of the tenants
Matthew 21:33-46; Mark 12:1-12; Luke 20:9-19

parable of the unmerciful servant
Matthew 18:21-35

parable of the talents
Matthew 25:14-30

parable of the Pharisee and the tax collector
Luke 18:9-14

parable of the lost son
Luke 15:11-32

parable of the wedding banquet
Matthew 22:1-14

parable of the great banquet
Luke 14:15-24

parable of the ten virgins
Matthew 25:1-13

parable of the net
Matthew 13:47-52

parable of the lost coin
Luke 15:8-10

parable of the growing seed
Mark 4:26-29

parable of the weeds explained
Matthew 13:36-43

parable of the mustard seed
Mark 4:30-34

parable of the workers in the vineyard
Matthew 20:1-16

parable of the shrewd manager
Luke 16:1-15

parable of the ten Minas
Luke 19:11-27

parable of the rich fool
Luke 12:13-21

parable of the two sons
Matthew 21:28-32

parable of the lost sheep
Matthew 18:10-14; Luke 15:1-7

parable of the persistent widow
Luke 18:1-8

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