When you receive a letter from someone you know, it is easy for you to read it. However, when you receive a letter from someone you don’t know, it may be difficult because you don’t know how the author of the letter uses words, figures of speech, etc. Reading and understanding Scripture is no different. To know the author is to get a step closer to the meaning. It is always helpful to know something about the books in Scripture you are reading.
Matthew | An Introduction
Matthew | The Story of the Gospels
Matthew | Birth And Infancy Narratives (1-2)
Matthew | Book One: Show and Tell Discipleship (3.1-7.29)
Matthew | Book Two: The Words and Works of the Kingdom (8.1-11.1)
Matthew | Interlude: An Introduction to Parables
Matthew | Book Three: Kingdom Opposition and Parables (11.2-13.53)
Matthew | Book Four: Discipleship and Kingdom Lifestyle (13.54-18.35)
Matthew | Book Five: Kingdom Coming and Kingdom Future (19.1-25.46)
Matthew | Conclusion: Death, Resurrection, and Final Instructions (26-28)
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