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The Gospel According to MATTHEW.
Jesus is seen as: The Messiah King
-Bible Study Info-WRITER: The writer of the first Gospel, as all agree, was Matthew, called also Levi, a Jew of Galilee who had taken service as a tax-gatherer under the Roman oppressor. He was, therefore, one of the hated and ill-reputed publicans.

DATE: The date of Matthew has been much discussed, but no convincing reason has been given for the discrediting the traditional date of A.D. 37.

THEME: The scope and purpose of the book are indicated in the first verse. Matthew is the "book of the generation of Jesus Christ, the Son of David, the Son of Abraham" (MT. 1.1). This connects him at once with two of the most important of the Old Testament Covenants: the Davidic Covenant of kingship, and the Abrahamic Covenant of promise. 2Sa 7:8-16; Ge 15:18.

Of Jesus Christ in that twofold character, then, Matthew writes. Following the order indicated in the first verse, he writes first of the King, the son of David; then of the Son of Abraham, obedient unto death, according to the Isaac type Ge 22:1-18; Heb 11:17-19.

But the prominent character of Christ in Matthew is that of the covenanted King, David's "righteous Branch" Jer 23:5; 33:15. Matthew records His genealogy; His birth in Bethlehem the city of David, according to Mic 5:2, the ministry of His forerunner according to Malachi Mal 3:1. His rejection by Israel; and His predictions of His second coming in power and great glory.

Only then (MT 26.-28.) does Matthew turn to the earlier covenant, and record the sacrificial death of the son of Abraham.

This determines the purpose and structure of Matthew. It is peculiarly the Gospel for Israel; and, as flowing from the death of Christ, a Gospel for the whole world.

Matthew falls into three principal divisions:
I. The manifestation to Israel and rejection of Jesus Christ the Son of David, born King of the Jews, 1.1-25.46. The subdivisions of this part are:
(1) The official genealogy and birth of the King, 1. 1-25;
(2) the infancy and obscurity of the King, 2. 1-23;
(3) the kingdom "at hand," 3. 1-12.50 (the order of events of this subdivision is indicated in the text);
(4) the mysteries of the kingdom, 13. 1-52;
(5) the ministry of the rejected King, 13. 53-23. 39;
(6) the promise of the King to return in power and great glory, 24.1-25.46.

II. The sacrifice and resurrection of Jesus Christ, the Son of Abraham, 26.1-28.8.

III. The risen Lord in ministry to His own, 28.9-20.

The events recorded in Matthew cover a period of 38 years (Ussher).

Ref: The Scofield Reference Bible.

Note: We regret that the first 7 chapters of Matthew were not recorded. Genisis and Matthew were the first books taught when Glencoe Baptist began and before the Tape Ministry was established.
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95 Bible Studies for:  MATTHEW
Studies Listed: 81 - 95
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81. MATTHEW 26:26-29    Re-Start    -15
1982-05-09  S-A.M.     Outline   Subject(s)MATTHEW 26:26-29

Jesus institutes the Lord`s Supper.
82. MATTHEW 26:30-35    Re-Start    -15
1982-05-16  S-A.M.     Outline   Subject(s)MATTHEW 26:30-35

Jesus foretells Peter`s denial.
83. MATTHEW 26:36-46    Re-Start    -15
1982-05-23  S-A.M.     Outline   Subject(s)MATTHEW 26:36-46

Jesus` agony in the Garden.
The first prayer.
The sleeping disciples.
The second prayer.
The third prayer.
84. MATTHEW 26:47-56    Re-Start    -15
1982-05-30  S-A.M.     Outline   Subject(s)MATTHEW 26:47-56

The betrayal and the arrest of Jesus.
85. MATTHEW 26:57-68    Re-Start    -15
1982-06-06  S-A.M.     Outline   Subject(s)MATTHEW 26:57-68

Jesus brought before Caiaphas and the Sanhedrin.
86. MATTHEW 26:69-75    Re-Start    -15
1982-06-13  S-A.M.     Outline   Subject(s)MATTHEW 26:69-75

Peter denies the Lord.
87. MATTHEW 27:1-10    Re-Start    -15
1982-06-20  S-A.M.     Outline   Subject(s)MATTHEW 27:1-10

The Sanhedrin deliver Jesus to Pilate.
Judas` unvavailing remore.
88. MATTHEW 27:11-14    Re-Start    -15
1982-06-27  S-A.M.     Outline   Subject(s)MATTHEW 27:11-14

Jesus interrogated by Pilate.
89. MATTHEW 27:15-26    Re-Start    -15
1982-07-04  S-A.M.     Outline   Subject(s)MATTHEW 27:15-26

Jesus or Barabbas?.
Barabbas released.
90. MATTHEW 27:27-32    Re-Start    -15
1982-07-11  S-A.M.     Outline   Subject(s)MATTHEW 27:27-32

The King crowned with thorns and led away to crucifixion.
91. MATTHEW 27:33-50    Re-Start    -15
1982-07-18  S-A.M.     Outline   Subject(s)MATTHEW 27:33-50

The crucifixion.
The law fulfilled in Christ.
The death of Christ.
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92. MATTHEW 27:51-56    Re-Start    -15
1982-07-25  S-A.M.     Outline   Subject(s)MATTHEW 27:51-56

The Dispensation of Law ends.
93. MATTHEW 27:57-66    Re-Start    -15
1982-08-01  S-A.M.     Outline   Subject(s)MATTHEW 27:57-66

The entombment of Christ.
The sepulchre sealed and guarded.
94. MATTHEW 28:1-10    Re-Start    -15
1982-08-08  S-A.M.     Outline   Subject(s)MATTHEW 28:1-10

The resurrection of Jesus Christ and events of that day.
95. MATTHEW 28:11-20    Re-Start    -15
1982-08-15  S-A.M.     Outline   Subject(s)MATTHEW 28:11-20

The resurrection of Jesus Christ and events of that day. [Cont.].
Jesus in Galilee: the great commission.
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