The Sermon of Mount: Blessed are the Merciful (Matth. 5:7)


Mercy assumes compassion and forgiveness. Jesus blesses the merciful. What examples of mercifulness and forgiveness does Christ bring? How is the idea of mercifulness reflected in the Lord’s Prayer?
Rev. Father Ruben Zargarian provides explanations on the passage. 
 

 

The Sermon of Mount: Blessed are those Who Hunger and Thurst for Righteousness (Matth. 5:6)


4th Beatitude of the Gospel of Matthew blesses those who hunger and thurst for righteousness. 
How is the concept of righteousness perceived in the Scriptures, according to the Lord’s promise, how will people get filled?
Rev. Father Ruben Zargarian provides explanations on the passage. 
 

 

The Sermon of Mount: Blessed are Those Who Mourn (Matth. 5:4, Luke 6:21)


What type of mourning blesses Christ, by saying “Blessed are those who mourn” who does He mean and what promise does He give them? 
Rev. Father Ruben Zargarian provides explanations on the passage. 
 

Լեռան քարոզը. Երանի հեզերին (Մատթ. 5:5)


Who is the meek, why does Christ bless the meek and promise the inheritance of the world? How is meekness, humbleness perceived today? 
Rev. Father Ruben Zargarian provides explanations on the passage. 
 

 

Calming of the Storm (Mark 4:35-41, Mathews 8:18, 23-27, Luke 8:22-25)


How did Christ’s desciples and His followers respond when a huge storm began as they were sailing? What did Chirst say to the scared crowd and how did he calm the storm? 
Rev. Father Ruben Zargarian provides explanations on the passage. 
 

 

The Sermon of Mount (Math. 4:23-25, Luke 5:1-2)


What is the Sermon of Mount about, with whom and why does Christ speak about the differences of preaching and teaching? Why did he specifically choose the Mount of Beatitudes? 
Rev. Father Ruben Zargarian provides explanations on the passage. 

 

Jesus Appoints the 12 Disciples (Mark 3:13-19, Mathews 10:1-4, Luke 6:11-16)


All three synoptic Evangelists covered the episode of Jesus appointing the twelve. Why did Jesus select the 12 from the crowd of his followers? What did that selection mean and what mission were they to fulfil? Rev. Father Ruben Zargarian provides explanations on the passage. 

Healing of Centurion’s Servent (Mark 1:40-45, Math. 8:1-4, Luke 5:12-16)


Who did the heathen centurion ask for mediation in order to meet Jesus? What desease was leprosy, and how did people carrying this desease live?
When Christ met a leper on his way, what does he say to him, how is the life of this Galilean change later? Rev. Father Ruben Zargarian provides explanations on the passage. 
 

 

Healing of a Leper of Galilee (Mark 1.40-45, Matthew 8. 1-4, Luke 5.12-16)


What desease is leprosy? How did lepers live in those times?
When Christ met the leper on his way, what conversation did he have with him, and how did the life of that Galinean change afterwards?  
Rev. Fr. Ruben Zargarian provides explanations on the passage.

 

Healing of a Paralytic (Mark 2.1-12, Matthew 9.1-8, Luke 5.17-26)


Three synoptic Evangelists addressed the passage on the healing of a paralytic. Who and how was this man taken to Christ, why did Jesus heal him and what message did he give to the paralytic? 
Rev. Fr. Ruben Zargarian provides explanations on the passage. 
 

Introduction to the Gospel of Luke 1.1-4


What does Evangelist Luke talk about in the foreward, how different is the Gospel of Luke from other synoptic Gospels and most importantly, who does Luke address to his Gospel? 
Father Markos Mangasaryan provides explanations.

Introduction


What is a Gospel, how many Gospels exist, which of them are called Synoptic, what are the differences and similarities, when have these been written and what’s the message they convey to us today? 
Father Markos Mangasaryan provides explanations.