Studies in the Gospel of Matthew

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Matthew the Tax Collector

Matthew the Tax Collector

Matthew: Introduction, Argument, and Outline

The Origins of Jesus Christ Matthew 1:1-25

Two Incredible Journeys Matthew 2:1-23

The Slaughter of the Infants and Innocent Suffering Matthew 2:13-18

John the Baptist and Jesus Matthew 3:1-17

The Temptation of Jesus, Part I Matthew 3:13—4:4

The Second Temptation of Jesus, Satan’s “Leap of Faith” Matthew 4:5-7

The Third Temptation of Jesus Matthew 4:8-10

The Commencement of Jesus’ Ministry Matthew 4:12-25

Blessed Are the Poor in Spirit Matthew 5:1-13

Blessed Are Those who Mourn Matthew 5:4

Hungering and Thirsting after Righteousness Matthew 5:6

Blessed Are the Pure in Heart Matthew 5:8

A Pinch of Salt in the Recipe for Persecution Matthew 5:13-16

Not to Abolish But to Fulfill Matthew 5:17-20

Avoiding the Sin of Adultery Matthew 5:27-30

Yes or No Is Enough Matthew 5:33-37

Jesus and the Law of Retaliation Matthew 5:38-42

Jesus on Prayer Matthew 6:5-15

Where Is Your Treasure? Matthew 6:19-24

A Leper, a Gentile, and a Little Old Lady Matthew 8:1-17

Why Jesus Doesn’t Conform to Man’s Expectations or Why Does Jesus Feast when Others Fast? Matthew 9:1-17

Jesus, John the Baptist, and the Jews (Matthew 11:1-30)

A Lesson in Hermeneutics Matthew 15:21-39

The Great Debate: Death and Taxes Matthew 22:15-33

The Height of Hypocrisy Matthew 23:25-39

The Ten Virgins: What It Means to Be Ready (Matthew 25:1-13)

The Parable of the Talents (Matthew 25:14-30; Luke 19:12-28)

Separating the Sheep from the Goats (Matthew 25:31-46)

The Passover Plan: Man Proposes, God Disposes (Matthew 26:1-29)

Jesus Arrested, Mankind on Trial (Matthew 26:30-75)

God in the Hands of Guilty Sinners (Matthew 27:1-31)

The Day Christ Died (Matthew 27:32-61)

The Threes

Resurrection Matthew 28:1-17

The Great Commission, Part I The Great Commission: Breaking Old Boundaries

The Great Commission, Part II The Sovereignty of God and the Great Commission

 

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