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  1. The New Testament Introduction of Jesus In Matthew 1-3 Click for next slide

  2. The New Testament Introduction of Jesus In Matthew 1-3 Outline Summary A. By the Genealogy of Jesus. Matthew 1:1-17 • The legal introduction to the Jews by his heirship to the promises of Abraham and his pedigree to the Throne of David. Matthew 1:1 Click for next slide

  3. The New Testament Introduction of Jesus In Matthew 1-3 Outline Summary 2. The Gospel introduction of Jesus to the world, by four women. 3. The Messianic introduction of Jesus to the nation of Israel by the divisions of the genealogy of Jesus. Matthew 1:17 Click for next slide

  4. The New Testament Introduction of Jesus In Matthew 1-3 Outline Summary B. To the Jews by the fulfillment of prophecy. Matthew 1:18-2:23 1. The prophecy of the virgin birth of Jesus. Matthew 1:18-25 Click for next slide

  5. The New Testament Introduction of Jesus In Matthew 1-3 Outline Summary B. To the Jews by the fulfillment of prophecy. Matthew 1:18-2:23 2. The prophecy of the place where Jesus would be born. Matthew 2:1-12 Click for next slide

  6. The New Testament Introduction of Jesus In Matthew 1-3 Outline Summary B. To the Jews by the fulfillment of prophecy. Matthew 1:18-2:23 3. The prophecy that Jesus would come out of Egypt. Matthew 2:13-15 Click for next slide

  7. The New Testament Introduction of Jesus In Matthew 1-3 Outline Summary B. To the Jews by the fulfillment of prophecy. Matthew 1:18-2:23 4. The prophecy of the weeping in Israel. Matthew 2:16-18 Click for next slide

  8. The New Testament Introduction of Jesus In Matthew 1-3 Outline Summary B. To the Jews by the fulfillment of prophecy. Matthew 1:18-2:23 5. The prophecy that Jesus shall be called a Nazarene. Matthew 2:19-23 Click for next slide

  9. The New Testament Introduction of Jesus In Matthew 1-3 Outline Summary C. To the Gentiles by the visit of the wise men. Matthew 2:1-12 D. To the Universe and Heavenly Host by the sign of the star. Matthew 2:1-10 Click for next slide

  10. The New Testament Introduction of Jesus In Matthew 1-3 Outline Summary E. To the Jews by the testimony of John the Baptist. Matthew 3:1-12 F. To the world by the testimony of the Holy Trinity at the baptism of Jesus. Matthew 3:13-17 Click for next slide

  11. The New Testament Introduction of Jesus In Matthew 1-3 A. By the Genealogy of Jesus. Matthew 1:1-17 • The legal introduction to the Jews by his heirship to the promises of Abraham and his pedigree to the Throne of David. Matthew 1:1 Click for next slide

  12. The New Testament Introduction of Jesus In Matthew 1-3 A. By the Genealogy of Jesus. Matthew 1:1-17 Son of Abraham – Matthew 1:1-2 Abraham, the father of the nation to rule the world. Genesis 22:17-18 Click for next slide

  13. The New Testament Introduction of Jesus In Matthew 1-3 A. By the Genealogy of Jesus. Matthew 1:1-17 Son of Abraham – Matthew 1:1-2 Jesus the seed of Abraham. Galatians 3:16 Click for next slide

  14. The New Testament Introduction of Jesus In Matthew 1-3 A. By the Genealogy of Jesus. Matthew 1:1-17 Son of Abraham – Matthew 1:1-2 Jacob (Israel), the name of the nation to rule the world. Genesis 32:28 Click for next slide

  15. The New Testament Introduction of Jesus In Matthew 1-3 A. By the Genealogy of Jesus. Matthew 1:1-17 Son of Abraham – Matthew 1:1-2 Judah, the kingly tribe, of which the king would come. Genesis 49:10 Click for next slide

  16. The New Testament Introduction of Jesus In Matthew 1-3 A. By the Genealogy of Jesus. Matthew 1:1-17 Son of David, King of Israel – Matthew 1:1, 6; Luke 1:30-33 Click for next slide

  17. The New Testament Introduction of Jesus In Matthew 1-3 A. By the Genealogy of Jesus. Matthew 1:1-17 2. The Gospel introduction of Jesus to the world, by four women. Click for next slide

  18. The New Testament Introduction of Jesus In Matthew 1-3 A. By the Genealogy of Jesus. Matthew 1:1-17 Thamar (Tamar) - Matthew 1:3 A sinner, a harlot by revenge, saved by righteousness. Genesis 38:1-30 Click for next slide

  19. The New Testament Introduction of Jesus In Matthew 1-3 A. By the Genealogy of Jesus. Matthew 1:1-17 Thamar (Tamar) - Matthew 1:3 We are made righteous by Jesus. Philippians 3:9 Click for next slide

  20. The New Testament Introduction of Jesus In Matthew 1-3 A. By the Genealogy of Jesus. Matthew 1:1-17 Rachab (Rahab) - Matthew 1:5 A sinner, a harlot by works, saved by faith. Hebrews 11:30-31 Click for next slide

  21. The New Testament Introduction of Jesus In Matthew 1-3 A. By the Genealogy of Jesus. Matthew 1:1-17 Rachab (Rahab) - Matthew 1:5 We are saved by faith. Ephesians 2:8-9 Click for next slide

  22. The New Testament Introduction of Jesus In Matthew 1-3 A. By the Genealogy of Jesus. Matthew 1:1-17 Ruth – Matthew 1:5 A sinner, by curse, saved by redemption. Ruth 4:5-10 Click for next slide

  23. The New Testament Introduction of Jesus In Matthew 1-3 A. By the Genealogy of Jesus. Matthew 1:1-17 Ruth – Matthew 1:5 A Moabite (Son of Lot and his daughter), a curse. Genesis 19:33-37 Click for next slide

  24. The New Testament Introduction of Jesus In Matthew 1-3 A. By the Genealogy of Jesus. Matthew 1:1-17 Ruth – Matthew 1:5 A Moabites not to enter, a curse. Deuteronomy 23:3 Click for next slide

  25. The New Testament Introduction of Jesus In Matthew 1-3 A. By the Genealogy of Jesus. Matthew 1:1-17 Ruth – Matthew 1:5 We are redeemed from the curse by Jesus. Galatians 3:13 Click for next slide

  26. The New Testament Introduction of Jesus In Matthew 1-3 A. By the Genealogy of Jesus. Matthew 1:1-17 Her, the wife of Urias (Bathseheba) – Matthew 1:6 A sinner, by lust, saved by judgment. 2 Samuel 12:1-14 Click for next slide

  27. The New Testament Introduction of Jesus In Matthew 1-3 A. By the Genealogy of Jesus. Matthew 1:1-17 Her, the wife of Urias (Bathseheba) – Matthew 1:6 The wages of sin is death. Romans 6:23 Click for next slide

  28. The New Testament Introduction of Jesus In Matthew 1-3 A. By the Genealogy of Jesus. Matthew 1:1-17 Her, the wife of Urias (Bathseheba) – Matthew 1:6 Jesus took our judgment. Hebrews 2:9-15 Click for next slide

  29. The New Testament Introduction of Jesus In Matthew 1-3 A. By the Genealogy of Jesus. Matthew 1:1-17 Out of the four women: Two of them were strangers to the commonwealth of Israel, Rachab a Canaanites and Ruth the Moabitess. Click for next slide

  30. The New Testament Introduction of Jesus In Matthew 1-3 A. By the Genealogy of Jesus. Matthew 1:1-17 Out of the four women: In Jesus we are made nigh by his blood. Ephesians 2:11-20 Click for next slide

  31. The New Testament Introduction of Jesus In Matthew 1-3 A. By the Genealogy of Jesus. Matthew 1:1-17 Out of the four women: In Jesus all are accepted. Galatians 3:26-29 Click for next slide

  32. The New Testament Introduction of Jesus In Matthew 1-3 A. By the Genealogy of Jesus. Matthew 1:1-17 Out of the four women: Two of them were adulteresses, Tamar and Bathsheba. Click for next slide

  33. The New Testament Introduction of Jesus In Matthew 1-3 A. By the Genealogy of Jesus. Matthew 1:1-17 Out of the four women: Jesus condemned sin in the flesh. Romans 8:3-4 Click for next slide

  34. The New Testament Introduction of Jesus In Matthew 1-3 A. By the Genealogy of Jesus. Matthew 1:1-17 The conclusion of the genealogy of Christ. Matthew 1:16 Not “and Joseph begat Jesus”, but “Joseph the husband of Mary”, Click for next slide

  35. The New Testament Introduction of Jesus In Matthew 1-3 A. By the Genealogy of Jesus. Matthew 1:1-17 3. The Messianic introduction of Jesus to the nation of Israel by the divisions of the genealogy of Jesus. Matthew 1:17 Click for next slide

  36. The New Testament Introduction of Jesus In Matthew 1-3 A. By the Genealogy of Jesus. Matthew 1:1-17 Three divisions of 14 generations. 1. Abraham to David, the development of the Nation of Israel. Click for next slide

  37. The New Testament Introduction of Jesus In Matthew 1-3 A. By the Genealogy of Jesus. Matthew 1:1-17 Three divisions of 14 generations. 2. David to the carrying away into Babylon, the Nation of Israel in rebellion (sin). Click for next slide

  38. The New Testament Introduction of Jesus In Matthew 1-3 A. By the Genealogy of Jesus. Matthew 1:1-17 Three divisions of 14 generations. 3. Babylon to Christ, the judgment of the Nation of Israel. Click for next slide

  39. The New Testament Introduction of Jesus In Matthew 1-3 A. By the Genealogy of Jesus. Matthew 1:1-17 Three divisions of 14 generations. Jesus will redeem the Nation of Israel as the Messiah. Click for next slide

  40. The New Testament Introduction of Jesus In Matthew 1-3 B. To the Jews by the fulfillment of prophecy. Matthew 1:18-2:23 Click for next slide

  41. The New Testament Introduction of Jesus In Matthew 1-3 B. Fulfillment of prophecy. The prophecy of the virgin birth of Jesus. Matthew 1:18-25 Prophesied 740 years before Christ in Isaiah 7:14 “Jesus shall save his people from their sins” Matthew 1:21 Click for next slide

  42. The New Testament Introduction of Jesus In Matthew 1-3 B. Fulfillment of prophecy. The prophecy of the place where Jesus would be born. Matthew 2:1-12 Prophesied 710 years before Christ in Micah 5:2 Bethlehem in the land of Judah . Matthew 2:5-6 Click for next slide

  43. The New Testament Introduction of Jesus In Matthew 1-3 B. Fulfillment of prophecy. The prophecy that Jesus would come out of Egypt. Matthew 2:13-15 Prophesied 740 years before Christ in Hosea 11:1 Click for next slide

  44. The New Testament Introduction of Jesus In Matthew 1-3 B. Fulfillment of prophecy. The prophecy of the weeping in Israel. Matthew 2:16-18 Prophesied 606 years before Christ in Jeremiah 31:15 Children 2 years old and younger. Matthew 2:16 Click for next slide

  45. The New Testament Introduction of Jesus In Matthew 1-3 B. Fulfillment of prophecy. The prophecy that Jesus shall be called a Nazarene. Matthew 2:19-23 Prophesied by many “spoken by the prophets” Click for next slide

  46. The New Testament Introduction of Jesus In Matthew 1-3 B. Fulfillment of prophecy. The prophecy that Jesus shall be called a Nazarene. Matthew 2:19-23 The lowliness of a Nazarene: “Can there any good thing come out of Nazareth?” John 1:46 Click for next slide

  47. The New Testament Introduction of Jesus In Matthew 1-3 B. Fulfillment of prophecy. The prophecy that Jesus shall be called a Nazarene. Matthew 2:19-23 Isaiah prophesied 712 years before Christ about his humiliation. Isaiah 53:1-12 Click for next slide

  48. The New Testament Introduction of Jesus In Matthew 1-3 C. To the Gentiles by the visit of the wise men. Matthew 2:1-12 The Jews of old were not the only ones privileged to the knowledge of God. Click for next slide

  49. The New Testament Introduction of Jesus In Matthew 1-3 C. To the Gentiles by the visit of the wise men. Matthew 2:1-12 The Gentiles knew about God and the wise men came from the East to see the King of the Jews. Click for next slide

  50. The New Testament Introduction of Jesus In Matthew 1-3 C. To the Gentiles by the visit of the wise men. Matthew 2:1-12 The gifts they gave told the story of Jesus. Gold – Jesus is King of Kings Click for next slide