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Matthew

Matthew is one of four Gospels that records the life of Jesus Christ. His emphasis on the Old Testament preparation for the Gospel makes it an ideal "bridge" from the Old to the New Testament. Matthew, the Hebrew tax collector, writes for the Hebrew mind. He presents a portrait of Jesus with his own characteristic focus, that gives comparison to the other three books, Mark, Luke and John, that form the Gospel of the Word of God. Although the book of Matthew is anonymous, most Faithful and tradition believe that Matthew, the disciple of Jesus, is the author. Matthew presents the Good News of our Redeemer and Savior, as well as the arrival of the Messiah of Israel, the Son of God and the Savior of the world. It was written so readers would come to believe in Jesus Christ and receive eternal life according to the  perfect plan  of the Will and Grace of the LORD GOD.

  • Matthew 11:1-17 The genealogy of Jesus Christ
  • 1:18-25 The angel appears to Joseph
  • Matthew 22:1-12 The visit of the wise men
  • 2:13-23 The flight into Egypt
  • Matthew 33:1-12 The preaching of John the Baptist
  • 3:13-17 The baptism of Jesus
  • Matthew 44:1-11 The temptation of Jesus
  • 4:12-17 Jesus begins his ministry
  • 4:18-22 Jesus calls four fisherman
  • 4:23-25 The fame of Jesus spreads
  • Matthew 55:1-12 The Sermon on the Mount : The Beatitudes
  • 5:13 The salt of the earth
  • 5:14-16 The light of the world
  • 5:17-20 Christ on the law
  • 5:21-26 Jesus and anger
  • 5:27-30 Jesus' teaching on adultery
  • 5:31-32 On divorce
  • 5:33-37 On oaths
  • 5:38-48 Love for enemies
  • Matthew 66:1-4 Jesus' teaching on almsgiving
  • 6:5-15 Jesus' teaching on prayer
  • 6:16-18 Jesus' teaching on fasting
  • 6:19-21 Treasures in heaven
  • 6:22-23 The light of the body
  • 6:24-34 Trusting one master
  • Matthew 77:1-11 Judge not
  • 7:12 The golden rule
  • 7:13-14 The strait gate
  • 7:15-20 False prophets
  • 7:21-23 I never knew you
  • 7:24-29 The two foundations
  • Matthew 88:1-4 Jesus heals a leper
  • 8:5-13 A centurion's servant healed
  • 8:14-17 Peter's mother-in-law healed
  • 8:18-22 Some tests of discipleship
  • 8:23-27 Jesus quiets a storm
  • 8:28-34 The Gergesene demoniacs
  • Matthew 99:1-8 Jesus heals a paralyzed man
  • 9:9-13 Jesus calls Matthew
  • 9:14-17 The question about fasting
  • 9:18-19 The ruler's daughter
  • 9:20-26 The woman touching his garment
  • 9:27-31 Two blind men receive sight
  • 9:32-35 A dumb man speaks
  • 9:36-38 Few laborers for the task
  • Matthew 1010:1-4 Jesus chooses the twelve
  • 10:5-15 The mission of the twelve
  • 10:16-23 Warning of persecutions
  • 10:24-33 More instructions for the disciples
  • 10:34-39 Not peace, but a sword
  • 10:40-42 Rewards
  • 11:1-19 John the Baptist asks about Jesus
  • Matthew 1111:20-24 Jesus foretells judgment
  • 11:25-27 Who is wise?
  • 11:28-30 The great invitation
  • Matthew 1212:1-8 Jesus on the Sabbath
  • 12:9-14 The man with the withered hand
  • 12:15-21 The chosen servant
  • 12:22-32 A house divided cannot stand
  • 12:33-37 Good and corrupt fruit
  • 12:38-45 The sign of Jonah
  • 12:46-50 Jesus ' true kin
  • Matthew 1313:1-9 The parable of the sower
  • 13:10-17 Jesus explains the purpose of the parables
  • 13:18-23 Jesus explains the parable of the sower
  • 13:24-30 The parable of the wheat and the tares
  • 13:31-32 The parable of the mustard seed
  • 13:33 The parable of the leaven
  • 13:34-35 Jesus' use of parables
  • 13:36-43 The parable of the wheat and tares explained
  • 13:44 The parable of the hidden treasure
  • 13:45-46 The parable of the pearl of great price
  • 13:47-50 The parable of the net
  • 13:51-52 Treasures new and old
  • 13:53-58 Christ rejected at Nazareth
  • Matthew 1414:1-14 John the Baptist beheaded
  • 14:15-21 Christ feeds five thousand
  • 14:22-33 Christ walks on the water
  • 14:34-36 The sick in Gennesaret
  • Matthew 1515:1-20 The things that defile
  • 15:21-28 The Canaanite woman's faith
  • 15:29-31 Many people are healed
  • 15:32-39 Christ feeds four thousand
  • Matthew 1616:1-20 The leaven of the Pharisees and Sadducees
  • 16:21-28 Christ foretells his passion
  • Matthew 1717:1-13 The transfiguration
  • 17:14-23 The disciples' unbelief
  • 17:24-27 The question of the tribute money
  • Matthew 1818:1-5 Jesus explains greatness
  • 18:6-10 Temptations to sin
  • 18:11-20 The lost sheep
  • 18:21-35 Christ speaks of forgiveness
  • Matthew 1919:1-12 Christ on divorce
  • 19:13-15 Christ and children
  • 19:16-30 The rich young ruler
  • Matthew 2020:1-16 Workers in the vineyard
  • 20:17:19 Jesus again foretells his passion
  • 20:20-29 A mother asks greatness for her sons
  • 20:30-34 Christ heals two blind men
  • Matthew 2121:1-11 The triumphal entry into Jerusalem
  • 21:12-16 The cleansing of the temple
  • 21:17-22 The cursing of the fig tree
  • 21:23-27 Christ establishes his authority
  • 21:28-32 The parable of the two sons
  • 21:33:46 The wicked husbandmen
  • Matthew 2222:1-14 The parable of the marriage feast
  • 22:15-22 God and Caesar
  • 22:23-33 The question about the resurrection
  • 22:34:40 The great commandment
  • 22:41:46 The question about David's son
  • Matthew 2323:1-36 Jesus denounces the scribes and the Pharisees
  • 23:37-39 Christ mourns over Jerusalem
  • Matthew 2424:1-28 The destruction of temple and signs before end
  • 24:29-31 The coming of the son of man
  • 24:32-35 The parable of the fig tree
  • 24:36-44 No man knows the day
  • 24:45-51 The unfaithful servant
  • Matthew 2525:1-13 The parable of the ten virgins
  • 25:14-46 The parable of the talents
  • Matthew 2626:1-5 The plot to kill Christ
  • 26:6-13 Christ anointed at Bethany
  • 26:14-16 Judas Iscariot betrays Christ
  • 26:17-30 The last supper
  • 26:31-35 The denial of Peter foretold
  • 26:36-46 Christ in the garden of Gethsemane
  • 26:47-56 The betrayal and arrest of Jesus
  • 26:57-68 Christ before the high priest
  • 26:69-75 Peter denies Christ
  • Matthew 2727:1-2 The chief priests take Jesus to Pilate
  • 27:3-10 Judas kills himself
  • 27:11-14 Christ before Pilate: Barabbas released
  • 27:15-31 Christ sentenced to die
  • 27:32:56 The crucifixion
  • 27:57-61 The burial of Jesus
  • 27:62-28:10 The guard at the tomb
  • Matthew 2828:1-20 The Resurrection of Jesus Christ





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