Matthew 13:3-23

If you’ve ever tried to plant a crop or grow a garden, you understand the value of soil. In this study of Matthew 13, Jesus compares the human heart to four different types of soil. Our teacher, Dr. J. Vernon McGee, says this is “one of the most important chapters of the Bible” and challenges us to have “ears to hear.”

Matthew 12:3-13:2

Have you ever heard of “the unpardonable sin”? Do you know what it is? Are you concerned that you’ve committed it? Find out what sin is so great that God will not forgive it in our study of Matthew 12.

Matthew 11:7-12:2

Only once in Scripture does Jesus describe Himself and what it’s like to know Him—and it is here in Matthew 11. He begins, “Come to Me, all you who labor and are heavy laden, and I will give you rest.” Explore with Dr. J. Vernon McGee what it’s like to rest in Jesus.

Matthew 10:8-11:6

If you are often puzzled by the events and circumstances in our world, take heart. You’re not alone. When Jesus sent His disciples into the world, He prepared them for the worst. Even John the Baptist was confused. Take Jesus’ instruction to heart in our study of Matthew 10-11.

Matthew 9:14-10:8

“How we pray should affect how we live our lives”—that’s just one lesson we learn in our study of Matthew 9-10 as we continue to deep dive into Jesus’ teaching and evidence of power over all things natural and supernatural.

Matthew 8:18-9:14

Our study in Matthew 8 explores the gamut of Jesus’ power—over nature (when He stills the Sea of Galilee) and over the demonic realm (when He commands demons out of people). But perhaps the greatest power that reaches us today is when Jesus heals broken people and tells them their sins are forgiven. He is still forgiving people today.

Matthew 8:1-17

As we’ve seen throughout the Gospel of Matthew, Jesus is King. And because He’s the King—He has a program, the Law of the kingdom that He has the power to fulfill. In our study of Matthew 8, He demonstrates that power in supernaturally healing people’s bodies and souls.

Matthew 5-7 Summary

Jesus is the Savior of the world, but did you know He is also a King? The Gospel of Matthew presents Christ as King: He was born a King, He lived a King, He died a King, and He’s coming as King. In this study of the Sermon on the Mount, we learn the laws of God’s kingdom.

Matthew 6:26-7:29

When was the last time you laid awake at night, worried about how you were going to make ends meet? In our study of Matthew 6, we’ll get a solution to that worry—in Jesus’ own words. And it all begins with the heart.

Matthew 5:42-6:34

When asked by His disciples to teach them to pray, the Lord gave them an example, what we call “The Lord’s Prayer.” Our study in Matthew 6 teaches us how our inner motives govern our external acts of righteousness. Great wisdom for conducting your business, raising your children, or supporting ministries doing God’s work.

Matthew 5:5-38

Dr. McGee reminds us that “our motivation in this lost world is to bring glory to God!” As to how to do that, Jesus walks us through “the beatitudes”—goals for living that we must rely on God to accomplish in and through us.

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