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The Word Is Alive The Gospel of Matthew

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  1. The Word Is Alive The Gospel of Matthew Summary Narrated by Tony Gillon

  2. Introduction • Matthew: From tax collector to apostle.

  3. Introduction • Matthew: From tax collector to apostle. • Why is it the first Gospel account?

  4. Introduction • Matthew: From tax collector to apostle. • Why is it the first Gospel account? • It is a compelling reflection of the story of Jesus life and teaching.

  5. Introduction • Matthew: From tax collector to apostle. • Why is it the first Gospel account? • It is a compelling reflection of the story of Jesus life and teaching. • The structure of the Gospel account.

  6. Introduction • Matthew: From tax collector to apostle. • Why is it the first Gospel account? • It is a compelling reflection of the story of Jesus life and teaching. • The structure of the Gospel account. • The post-resurrection narrative.

  7. Chapter One • The account of a new beginning.

  8. Chapter One • The account of a new beginning. • The issues of a virgin with child – a husband’s perspective.

  9. Chapter Two • Wise men travel to Judæa.

  10. Chapter Two • Wise men travel to Judæa. • King Herod’s response.

  11. Chapter Two • Wise men travel to Judæa. • King Herod’s response. • Jesus taken to Egypt then Nazareth.

  12. Chapter Two • Wise men travel to Judæa. • King Herod’s response. • Jesus taken to Egypt then Nazareth. • Jesus was persecuted and suffered from the outset of his life on earth.

  13. Chapter Three • John the Baptist called to announce the coming of the Kingdom of Heaven.

  14. Chapter Three • John the Baptist called to announce the coming of the Kingdom of Heaven. • John had been raised for this role in the wilderness.

  15. Chapter Three • John the Baptist called to announce the coming of the Kingdom of Heaven. • John had been raised for this role in the wilderness. • This Spirit-filled preacher called all Israel to repentance.

  16. Chapter Three • Jesus came to be baptised by John in order to fulfil all righteousness.

  17. Chapter Three • Jesus came to be baptised by John in order to fulfil all righteousness. • Jesus received the Holy Spirit and audible affirmation from his Father in heaven.

  18. Chapter Four • Forty days of testing by the devil.

  19. Chapter Four • Forty days of testing by the devil. • Jesus’ teaching ministry commences.

  20. Chapter Four • Forty days of testing by the devil. • Jesus’ teaching ministry commences. • First disciples chosen.

  21. Chapter Four • Forty days of testing by the devil. • Jesus’ teaching ministry commences. • First disciples chosen. • Jesus teaches and heals many in and around Galilee.

  22. Chapter Five • The Sermon on the Mount.

  23. Chapter Five • The Sermon on the Mount. • Jesus taught key Kingdom principles.

  24. Chapter Five • The Sermon on the Mount. • Jesus taught key Kingdom principles. • The Beatitudes.

  25. Chapter Five • The Sermon on the Mount. • Jesus taught key Kingdom principles. • The Beatitudes. • Disciples are salt and light.

  26. Chapter Five • Jesus fulfils the Law.

  27. Chapter Five • Jesus fulfils the Law. • Jesus teaches on anger, adultery, divorce, swearing falsely in God’s name and reconciliation.

  28. Chapter Five • Jesus fulfils the Law. • Jesus teaches on anger, adultery, divorce, swearing falsely in God’s name and reconciliation. • Love for neighbour and enemy alike.

  29. Chapter Six • Righteous and pious acts should be done for God alone and not for public display.

  30. Chapter Six • Righteous and pious acts should be done for God alone and not for public display. • The righteousness of the Kingdom of Heaven works out in the details of one’s personal life.

  31. Chapter Six • Righteous and pious acts should be done for God alone and not for public display. • The righteousness of the Kingdom of Heaven works out in the details of one’s personal life. • Jesus’ words strike at the core of human selfishness.

  32. Chapter Seven • Interpersonal temptations and judging.

  33. Chapter Seven • Interpersonal temptations and judging. • Jesus offers two choices: eternal life with God or separated from him.

  34. Chapter Eight • Jesus the healer and discipleship.

  35. Chapter Eight • Jesus the healer and discipleship. • Healing a leper.

  36. Chapter Eight • Jesus the healer and discipleship. • Healing a leper. • Healing the centurion’s servant.

  37. Chapter Eight • Jesus the healer and discipleship. • Healing a leper. • Healing the centurion’s servant. • Healing Peter’s mother-in-law and a crowd.

  38. Chapter Eight • Jesus’ requirements for discipleship.

  39. Chapter Eight • Jesus’ requirements for discipleship. • Jesus calms the storm, showing authority of the natural elements.

  40. Chapter Eight • Jesus’ requirements for discipleship. • Jesus calms the storm, showing authority of the natural elements. • Jesus heals two demoniacs, whose fate was in the lake with a herd of pigs.

  41. Chapter Nine • Jesus returns from the Gaderenes.

  42. Chapter Nine • Jesus returns from the Gaderenes. • Jesus is the ultimate physician.

  43. Chapter Nine • Jesus returns from the Gaderenes. • Jesus is the ultimate physician. • Jesus forgives a paralysed man’s sins.

  44. Chapter Nine • Jesus returns from the Gaderenes. • Jesus is the ultimate physician. • Jesus forgives a paralysed man’s sins. • The calling of Matthew.

  45. Chapter Nine • Jesus’ disciples and fasting.

  46. Chapter Nine • Jesus’ disciples and fasting. • Jesus heals a bleeding woman and raises a young girl from the dead.

  47. Chapter Nine • Jesus’ disciples and fasting. • Jesus heals a bleeding woman and raises a young girl from the dead. • Jesus heals two blind men then one mute from demon possession.

  48. Chapter Nine • Jesus’ disciples and fasting. • Jesus heals a bleeding woman and raises a young girl from the dead. • Jesus heals two blind men then one mute from demon possession. • A prayer to raise up the harvesters.

  49. Chapter Ten • Jesus calls the Twelve.

  50. Chapter Ten • Jesus calls the Twelve. • Jesus sends them to the Israelites.