Category Archives: Matthew

1 Timothy 1

December 20, 2016 1 Timothy 1 This first letter from Paul to Timothy is one of great sentiment and power. It is sentimental because is flows from a faithful leader in the faith to a budding young warrior. It is … Continue reading

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Matthew 28

Dec. 19. 2016 Matthew 28 Few events ever to occur on the face of this earth could have the impact of watching  dead man walk. That is, seeing someone living after you knew them to be dead. The resurrection of … Continue reading

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Matthew 27

Dec. 16, 2016 Matthew 27 No one can escape the blood of Jesus. The Jewish religious leaders, the Roman officials, and even the disciples themselves played into the plan of God to facilitate the giving of God for mankind. This … Continue reading

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Matthew 26

Dec. 15, 2016 Matthew 26 Having given great insight into the Kingdom and His certain return, Jesus turns His thoughts toward the Passover feast. The time had come and He knew He was to be the ultimate Passover lamb. It … Continue reading

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Matthew 25

Dec. 14, 2016 Matthew 25 Matthew 25 has gained much attention through the ages because it contains three seemingly independent views of the coming Kingdom. In a sense the Kingdom is “present”, understood through the preaching of John the Baptist … Continue reading

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Matthew 24

Dec. 13, 2016 Matthew 24 Men have been wondering about the timing of the return of Christ sense before he ascended. According to Matthew 24, the disciples had accepted the reality of the departure of Christ. Jesus made one prediction … Continue reading

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Matthew 23

Dec. 12, 2016 The title for chapter 23 of Matthew in the version of the NASB that I am using is, Pharisaism Exposed. A brief description might be, “Jesus let em have it all. He did not hold back anything.” … Continue reading

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