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.

Matthew 5:1-5

Deep dive into one of Jesus’ most famous and practical “sermons,” delivered on a mount to thousands of spiritually hungry people. Discover Jesus’ very practical direction to the disciples (both then and now) about how to live out the sermon in the power of His Holy Spirit.

Matthew 4:12-25

If you ever think you have to be something special in order to be used by God, then you’ll be encouraged by Jesus’ choice of His 12 very ordinary disciples. Our study in Matthew 4 unpacks more fulfilled prophecy and what it means that the “kingdom of heaven is at hand.”

Matthew 3:10-4:11

Forty days is a long time to survive in the wilderness, alone and without food. Witness how Jesus did it—in spite of Satan’s wicked lies and tests. In Jesus’ victory over the physical, spiritual, and psychological challenges, He proved His qualifications to be our Savior.

Matthew 2:12-3:9

Matthew 2 tells us about the fulfillment of four unusual prophecies about the birth of Christ. Each of them seemed to contradict the others when they were given. Dr. J. Vernon McGee explains how they were all literally fulfilled, even in a most unusual prophecy, the last of the Old Testament.

Matthew 2:1-11

Many times in the Old Testament, we read hints about the promised Messiah. Now, amazingly, in our study of the Gospel of Matthew, we see how God took seemingly unrelated prophecies and brought them all together—fulfilling them in the birth of Jesus. Come adore Him with the wise men.

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