This short study is purposefully condensed in order to concentrate on the question—”Of what value is the Word of God?”
The following structure is an overview of Matthew 4:1-11:
An exposition of Matthew 27:55-28:20.
There are three movements in the story of Matthew’s account of the resurrection of Jesus Christ: (1) The Historical Event; (2) The Desperate Conspirators; (3) The Devoted Disciples. If these three ‘movements’ were asked what they think of Christ’s resurrection, history would affirm it, the ungodly would deny it and the disciples would embrace it. Each of these responses are examined in this study, with a special emphasis on the devotion of a believer.
An exposition of Matthew 1:18-25.
Matthew records the nativity of Jesus Christ with a special emphasis on six main characters: Mary, Joseph, an Angel, the prophet Isaiah, the Holy Spirit and the Lord Jesus Christ. Not only do these persons present an interesting study as individuals, but their connection with one another makes each life even more compelling. The inter-relationship between these characters is the subject of this study.
An exposition of Matthew 2:1-12.
Matthew records the early childhood of Jesus Christ with a special emphasis on sixteen main characters: Jesus Christ, King Herod, Wise men, Chief Priests, Scribes, Mary, Joseph, an Angel, a group of murdering soldiers, a host of murdered children, weeping parents, King Archelaus, three prophets (Micah, Hosea, Jeremiah) and a group of prophets. How are these groups of people tied together? The inter-relationship between these characters is the subject of this study.