Matthew Bible Study Lessons
Lessons from The New Testament
and study these Matthew Bible study lessons
in the New Testament. It is amazing at how problems
we are facing today can be answered by Scripture
written 2,000 years ago.
and ministry of Jesus Christ
is so relevant to our everyday situations if we
will only take time to listen to what they say.
Open your heart and mind to discover what God is
saying to you today. Not only for Christians but
for anyone who wants to live a fuller
1:1-17 - The Genealogy of Jesus
Read through the ages of the
line of Jesus.
You may have, at one time
or another, asked yourself the question; "Who is
Jesus Christ?". This passage is about the family
line from Abraham to Jesus but Christ is so much
more if you study further.
1:18-25 - Angel Comes to Joseph
Joseph and the Angel - In
this Bible study lesson Joseph is visited by an
angel telling him of the coming birth of his son,
Jesus. The beginning of the Christmas story.
2:1-12 - 3 Wise
The Three Wise Men ( Magi )
Visit Baby Jesus
2:13-18 - Joseph and Mary Escape to
After the birth of Jesus,
Joseph and Mary are forced to flee to Egypt because
2:19-28 - Jesus the Nazarine
Joseph, Mary And Jesus Return
3:1-12 - John The Baptist Prepares the Way for
The preparation of John the
These passages in Matthew
teach us how John the Baptist prepared the way for
3:13-17 - Jesus is Baptized
In the verses listed here in
Matthew, Jesus is baptized by John the Baptist
marking the beginning of Christ's ministry.
4:5-11 - Temptation of Christ
This world is full of
temptation and we have to really be aware to avoid
situations which might put us in compromising
positions. In the time of Christ, temptation also
abounded as we will see in this Scripture study of
4:12-17 - Jesus Begins His Ministry And Preaches In
After John the Baptist
baptized Jesus, he was later taken into custody.
Christ made his way into Galilee where he began his
4:18-22 - The Fishermen Follow
This is the story of how
Jesus met and chose His first disciples. They were
Simon AKA Peter, Andrew, James and John.
4:23-25 - Jesus - The Man From
In these verses Jesus has
started His ministry and is teaching &
preaching throughout the land of Galilee.
- 5:1-12 - The 8 Beatitudes from Sermon on the
You've probably heard of the
the famous sermon on the mount where Jesus gave the
eight beatitudes including blessed are the meek for
daily living. But, have you read what Christ has to
say lately? This guide for living deserves repeated
-5:1-3 - Beatitudes - Blessed are the Poor in
Blessed are the Poor in
Spirit. The sermon on the mount by Jesus Christ is
well known by many, but there are also many people
who don't completely understand it. Let's study 1-3
where Jesus states that blessed are the poor in
spirit and the eight beatitudes together.
5:13-16 What Did Jesus Say About Salt and
Jesus teaches about salt and
light. Salt And Light.
The phrase "salt and
light" is used frequently by Christians and is
quoted many times during baptism services but what
does it really mean to be the salt of the earth and
a light to the world? Is your light
for Christ today?
5:17-18;19-20 - What Did Jesus Say about the
In these verses of Matthew,
Jesus makes it very clear that he is not implying
that his followers break the laws of the prophets
(ten commandments and others) but that he came to
5:21-26 - What Did Jesus Say about
Besides money and finance,
anger is probably one of the most destructive
forces when it comes to relationships, friendships
and even business success. One point to remember is
that, once a temper is lost, the damage is already
5:27-30 - What Did Jesus Say about
Many people don't like to
admit it but lust and infidelity has ruined more
relationships than any other except for finance. We
all have feelings about adultery from time to time
but most don't realize that thinking is the same as
acting in God's eyes. Listen to what Jesus says
5:31-32 - What Did Jesus Say about
Divorce, a common word these
days as at least half the marriages taking place
right now will end in a matter of years, or months.
What did Jesus say about divorce? Jesus did not
take divorce lightly and this Baptist study of the
Bible explains why we shouldn't either. - AW 22
Brooks Walker Tells Biblical Meaning of Divorce and
Abuse - This was
originally an answer to a question I received from
a woman who was in a terrible situation. Her
marriage was in jeopardy and she felt trapped in an
abusive relationship. A relationship her pastor
advised to stay in because of the Bible. Read what
Dr. Walker wrote and I believe his story will open
your eyes about marriage and divorce.
5:33-37 - What Did Jesus Say about
Integrity is the word for
today. When I read this passage from Matthew asking
"What did Jesus say about vows?", this word rings
in my ears. Our word is closely related to our name
so lets make sure and keep them unmarred See what
this Baptist Bible lesson for daily study says
about keeping promises.
5:38-42 - What Did Jesus Say about
We've all felt anger toward
another person but most times we don't act out our
feelings. Find what Jesus says about retaliation in
this Matthew Scripture message and application
study. - AW 24
5:43-48 - Jesus Teaches about Loving Your
Do you love your family? your
friends? Of course you do, so do I . But, what
about those who have done you wrong? Do you love
your enemies? In these study verses from the
Gospel, Jesus says it's easy to love a dear friend
and this warrants no effort for the most part but
loving an enemy is cherished. -
6:1-4 - Jesus Teaches about Giving to the
Many famous people, including
Jed Clampett from the Beverly Hillbillies
quoted; "There's no better feeling than the joy
that comes from giving.". Well, these verses from
the Bible let us know what Jesus says about giving,
and how we should do it.
6:5-14 - Jesus Teaches the Lord's
One of the best known prayers
for Baptists and other Christians begins with "Our
Father, which art in heaven .. " .
Growing up, I learned my
bedtime prayer; "Now I lay me down to sleep" but,
as I grew older, praying became a different matter
to me. It's talking to God so needs to be done in
reverence. Jesus teaches us how to pray in this
message from Matthew. The passage became known as
The Lord's Prayer.
6:16-18 - Jesus Teaches about
Ever thought about what it
means to fast? Some churches in the US and other
parts of the world including the Baptist faith
still practice fasting of some sort.
During the time of Jesus,
fasting was a common ritual done in order to bring
people closer to God to find His will in their
lives. Many of the religious leaders abused the
procedure and used it to gain recognition and
power. This is where the story begins.
6:19-24 - Jesus Teaches about
In today's uncertain economic
times it's a given that many people are worried
about money problems and job security. This lesson
for study is not a cure-all but will help put your
financial situation in perspective.
6:25-34 - Jesus Teaches about
With the downturn of the
economy along with loss of jobs, homes and
lifestyles, many people are worried, with good
reason. This Scripture reading will not solve all
your problems but will help you to deal with your
situation by having God at your side. Read this
lesson to see how.
7:1-6 - Jesus Teaches about Criticizing
No matter what you do in this
life, you will most likely be criticized by
someone. But, what about you and I? Do we have the
habit of criticizing others? Learn how to treat
others as you would like to be treated in this
7:7-12 - Jesus Teaches about Asking, Seeking,
Many people, including
Christians, want to know how to ask God to help
with their needs so Jesus explains in these verses
that prayer is the answer. As always, read and
study the lesson - then see how you can apply the
Scripture to your daily living situation.
7:13-14 - Jesus Teaches about the Way to
A speaker once stated at a
cancer survivor's dinner that he had never met an
atheist on the cancer ward at the hospital. With so
many confessing at the final hour why not learn
more about how to get to heaven today?
In this Bible lesson Christ
teaches how to get to heaven. Learning about Jesus
is one thing, having a personal relationship with
Him is another.
7:15-20 - Jesus Warns about False
"Watch out for false prophets
.." This is what Jesus says about false teachers in
this passage from Matthew. But, how can we know if
we are hearing the truth from God with so many
deceptions in the world? This commentary and life
lesson will help.
7:21-29 - Jesus Talks about Those Who Build Houses
on Rock and Sand
Integrity is a word often
used but what is it and how do we achieve it? This
New Testament Scripture reading and Baptist study
is about doing the right thing when nobody's
8:1-4 - Jesus Heals Leprosy
These passages in the gospel
of Matthew tie in the miracle of healing leprosy to
Jesus' ability to forgive sins. Both are diseases
and, we learn that through Christ, both can be
8:5-17 - A Roman Centurion Comes To Christ In
Also included is the healing
Matthew writes about what
it means to have faith. The Roman centurion was
hated and had to overcome obstacles to ask Jesus
for help; but he did as told in this Baptist study
8:18-22 - When Is The Best Time To Start Following
These Bible passages from the
New Testament are partly about fear and partly
about faith. With Jesus, we can conquer one and
have more of the other. But when should I follow
8:23-27 - Jesus Calms The
The lesson is not just a
story of calming a storm. It's a story about having
faith and discovering the truth about Jesus Christ.
Maybe it will help you find a way to overcome
anxiety and fears.
8:28-34 - Jesus Drives The Demons Into
Remember the calming of the
storm? Is there a link between this New Testament
passage from Matthew and the one that follows when
Jesus drives out demons from the man into a herd of
pigs? Maybe ..
9:1-8 - Jesus Heals The Paralyzed
In this New Testament
Scripture reading from Matthew we find Jesus
healing a paralyzed man but there is much more to
this story than meets the eye. Take a look at this
Baptist study from the Bible and learn how to apply
it to your life.
9:9-13 - Jesus Eats With
When it came to people, Jesus
did not discriminate against those who were not
mainstream religious people. He realized that
sinners are the one's who need God the most so He
changed and forgave them. The Bible lesson studied
here gives the verses and some insight about how to
apply them toward our daily lives.
9:14-17 - Jesus Explains Fasting To Religious
What is fasting? There are
lots of variations of how to fast - and why but
this Bible study lesson shows the right and wrong
way - and reasons. Fasting is a tradition passed on
by many religions and cultures and is still
practiced today by many Christians. However, this
Bible study focuses on why the disciples of Jesus
did not fast when he was present.
9:18-34 - Jesus Heals Bleeding Woman, Blind Man And
Restores Life To Young Girl
Jesus healed many during his
ministry and these chapters in Matthew show just a
few. But, the most relevant healing Christ
performed was the healing of our sin. This study
lesson from the Bible tells the story of hope and
faith. If we only ask ..
9:35-38 - Jesus Asks For Prayer For
God could certainly do it all
alone, without our help. He is absolutely powerful
enough and has the power. But, as we will learn in
this lesson for study from Matthew, He allows us to
be his workers to help tell
others about Jesus Christ
as he commanded in the great commission. Isn't God
10:1-16 - Jesus Sends Out The Twelve
In these passages from
Matthew, we will learn the names of the twelve
disciples and what Christ commissioned them to do.
One focus is on freely
giving. We will learn that there are Christian
mission fields in our own back yards and all over
the world - even people who have never heard the
name of Jesus - imagine that!
10:17-42 - Disciples Prepare For Christian
Persecution - Should We?
Many people don't know this
but there are cases of Christian persecution
throughout the world and even in subtle ways in the
USA. Jesus warns and prepares the disciples of the
hardships they will face and about turning them
into opportunities to share Christ with others.
11:1-19 - Jesus Eases Doubt of John the
In this Bible study lesson
Jesus teaches about the Kingdom and eases the doubt
of John the Baptist.
John the Baptist preached
repentance and the coming of the Messiah but was
later thrown into prison. This shook him
considerably and he began to wonder if Jesus really
was the Savior.
11:20-30 - Rest for the
We all have our own personal
burdens we carry through life. Jesus promises rest
for the soul to make these situations easier to
bear. All we have to do is ask and believe in
Christ. Read the study lesson from the Book of
Matthew to see where Christ leads you. ...
12:1-14 - Jesus and Working on the
Christ worked in accordance
with God's will but the Pharisees were so entangled
in tradition they could not see that working for
God on the Sabbath was acceptable. No compassion
meant no forgiveness. This Baptist Bible study
lesson takes a look at how we can become trapped by
traditions too - if we're not careful.
12:15-37 - Pharisees Accuse Jesus of Being Under
Satan - The Unpardonable Sin
Large crowds began following
Jesus after they learned of his miracles and great
healing power. Some truly wanted to follow him and
repent, some were just "part of the crowd" out of
curiosity and some, like the Pharisees wanted to
try and trap him as they had attempted many times
before . What is the unpardonable sin ? Christ
explains it here.
12:38-45 - Pharisees Demand Miracles from Christ -
Asking for Signs
I constantly see on TV
documentaries where scientists and others try to
prove (or disprove) the Bible. It's all very
interesting but they are missing the focus of the
Jewish and Christian religion.
Do you ever ask for signs or
from God in order to
believe in Him?
Some people need proof
for everything. If we tell something out of the
ordinary, they'll respond with; "Prove it." Well,
becoming a believer in Christ doesn't work that
way. Although we have proof from The Bible, faith
is the final answer.
12:46-50 - The True Family of
In case you haven't thought
about it lately, we are blessed with two families
.. physical and spiritual. What's the difference?
These verses in Matthew explains how Jesus felt
about his spiritual family and how we should look
at these two relationship situations.
13:1-23 - Jesus Explains the Four Soils
Like Johnny Appleseed this
parable from Jesus explains how we need to "plant
good seeds" so that some will fall on "good soil"
to reach those people who have not heard the good
news about Jesus Christ. Learning more and
studying the Bible is a good way to live a
better life and find answers to the difficult
13:24-43 - Jesus Explains the Weeds and Mustard
In these parables Jesus talks
about the end times and what will happen to good
and evil. The good people who are followers of God
will be taken into heaven and the bad, the
followers of Satan, will be thrown into the fire
and burned. This Matthew Bible study passage does a
good job of explaining heaven and hell.
13:44-52 - Jesus Explains the Kingdom of
These parables from teachings
of Jesus in the New Testament are about hidden
treasure, the pearl merchant and fishing nets. Each
one has a life lesson for us and teaches about the
kingdom of heaven.
13:53-58 - The People of Nazareth Reject
Ever been rejected - by
people who know you? This Bible study lesson tells
how Jesus was rejected when he went home to bring
his message to the town he grew up in. Nazareth was
Jesus' hometown and, just as it is today, people
find it hard to believe someone famous can come
from a small town. To these people, Christ was just
the "carpenter's son".
14:1-12 - The Killing of John the
Herod thought of Jesus as
John the Baptist resurrected because of his
miracles. He was afraid of harming the prophet
because of the people so why did Herod kill John
14:13-21 - Loaves and Fishes - Jesus Feeds Five
Five thousand people fed from
five loaves and two fish. -- One of the greatest
miracles in the Bible performed by Christ but there
is at least one feat that was greater... Our
salvation. Read the Bible study lesson to learn
more about this miracle.
14:22-33 - Bible Study, Jesus Walks on
This Bible lesson is about
faith and hope when times are hard. Jesus walking
on water is a miracle in itself but, when Peter did
it, the power of God became evident. When we "sink"
because of our situation, let's remember that
Christ saved Peter and He will save us too.
14:34-36 - Bible Study about the Healing Ministry
More verses about the healing
ministry of Christ.
15:1-20 - Jesus Teaches about Purity in this Bible
This section is loaded with
guidelines of how we are to speak and act. Many of
us become so concerned with going to church and
being a "good Christian" that we forget the two
most important commandments Christ gave .. Love God
and love each other. Purity is not what we take in
but what we show in actions and words.
15:21-39 - Jesus Performs Miracles and Teaches Us
Jesus performed many miracles
during His ministry and the crowds marveled. But,
in this Bible study lesson we will focus on how
Christ introduced a lesson for us about getting rid
of prejudice within this passage.
16:1-4 - Should We Ask for a Sign from the
Do you sometimes have doubts
about your faith and wish you could see a miracle
from the sky to prove Gods existence or to have a
more stable belief in Christ? Me too. But, the key
word here is faith which is based on belief and not
always on seeing or hearing or touching. Jesus
explains in a Matthew Bible lesson.
16:5-12 - "Beware of the Leaven of the Pharisees
and Sadducees" Warned Jesus
Is there a such thing as a
little bit of sin? Jesus explains here that, even
as Christians, we can do small things that will
affect a whole crowd of people.. Even a
16:13-20 - Peter Recognizes Jesus as
Peter, like many of us, had
trouble with faith and trusting who Jesus really
was but he finally came to the realization that
Jesus was the Messiah. Do we believe Christ is our
16:21-28 - Jesus Predicts His Own
This is the first time Jesus
foretells details about His death. What would you
do if you knew the day and time of your demise?
Would you live your life differently? Read this
Baptist Bible study lesson to learn more.
17:1-13 - Jesus is Transfigured, Talks to Moses and
The transfiguration of Christ
gives Him authority as the Son of God.
17:14-20 - Faith and Jesus Healing a Demon
Jesus heals a demon possessed
boy and explains about faith.
17:22-23 - Jesus Tells about His Death the Second
In this study Christ reveals
the future to His disciples but they failed to
grasp the concept of resurrection and what it truly
meant. Do you?
17:24-27 - Peter Opens the Fish's Mouth and Finds a
Peter finds a coin in a
fish's mouth but there is much more to this Bible
lesson. It's about tribute and whether or not taxes
should be paid. Also, learn that God wants our
participation in His will for our lives.
18:1-6 - Who is the Greatest
The disciples were caught up
in trying to make a high place for themselves in
the kingdom of heaven and wanted Jesus to tell them
who would have the most power. The answer Christ
gave was one they did not expect, nor would we.
18:1-9 - Jesus Warns Against Causing Children to
Have you caused a child to
sin today? Have I? Read what this study from the
Bible says about teaching children sinning ways.
18:15-20 - What to do about a Believer Who
Most of us have, at one time
or another, been hurt by a friend or church member.
Do we walk away in righteous indignation or gossip
behind their backs? Here is what Jesus says we
should do ..
- All about
Jesus talks about how many
times we should forgive others who have wronged us.
Peter asked Him a question and Christ answered with
the parable of the unforgiving debtor.
Jesus Talks about
Marriage and When to
This Scripture reading takes
us into the world of marriage, civil rights of
women and divorce. See what Jesus says about
getting married and
Jesus Loves the Little
Sometimes we make things
complicated as Christians but Jesus made it very
clear as to how to follow him. Children trust
others which is the way we should approach God as
shown in these verses from Matthew.
Jesus and the Rich Young
I know you've heard the story
where Jesus tells the rich man about the camel and
the eye of the needle but, there is always more to
learn when studying the Bible. The New Testament
reveals many secrets and skimming the surface might
be confusing about how to get to heaven.
20:1-16 - Jesus Talks about the Workers Who are
The New Testament reveals
many secrets about how to get to heaven. Christ
explains about the kingdom of heaven in this
parable about the workers hired by the landowner.
Should everyone do equal work for equal pay? Jesus
says this ethic does not apply to heaven seekers.
20:17-19 - Jesus Tells about His Death the Third
The Easter story takes many
turns and events happen on a timeline. In this
portion Jesus predicts His death for the third
time. The disciples do not fully understand this
until the resurrection.
Jesus Talks about Serving
In our efforts to follow
Christ we sometimes forget our main objective.
Sure, we have to do the church things like
attending regularly and maybe singing in the choir
but what did Jesus tell us to do? Serve other
people. This is a part of our commission from Him.
20:29-34 - The Miracle of the Blind
The healing of the blind
beggar brings a lesson that's more than meets the
eye. When Jesus opened the eyes of the two men,
their sight was restored but they received much,
21:1 - 11 -
Jesus Rides to Jerusalem
on a Donkey
In these Bible study verses
Jesus rides a donkey triumphantly into Jerusalem on
a day which is now referred to as Palm Sunday. The
famous ride was the beginning of the crucifixion of
Christ from the Easter Story.
Jesus Drives the Money
Changers from the Temple
In Bible times the people
came from all over to worship in the temple at
Jerusalem. So, foreign currency exchange was needed
as it is in many countries today. The money
changers were taking advantage and becoming rich by
shortchanging the patrons with the rates they gave.
Jesus became angry at this practice and we can see
His frustration in this
The Withered Fig
The lesson we'll study here
is not just about Jesus and the withering of a fig
tree. It is about prayer and having faith. Many
times we pray for something but don't really
believe that God can answer. Have faith and receive
the blessings God has to give.
Chief Priests and Elders
Question the Authority of
We see it all the time. Our
children are constantly challenging our authority
and finding what they can "get away with". But what
about us? Do we challenge the authority of
The Parable of the Two
This parable of the two sons
is about earnestly following God and doing the work
Christ laid out for us. The sons had different ways
of answering their father just as we do. See how
these answered a call differently and which was a
Jesus Tells the Parable
of the Wicked Tenants or Why Accept Christ
Jesus told many parables for
our benefit and this is one more, But it is
compelling because it answers the important
question of why accept Christ now and not later. As
you will see, there will come a time when it is too
late to ask Jesus into your heart.
Jesus Teaches about the
The parable of the wedding
feast as Christ tells it in Matthew explains how
God invites us to join Him at His table for the
best dinner we could ever imagine ... Eternal life!
But all will not accept His invitation.
Pharisees Ask Jesus about
At the time of this writing
taxes are big news. Towns and states all over the
US are holding TEA ( Taxed Enough Already
) parties. So, in this Bible lesson from Matthew
we'll discover what Jesus has to say about paying
the due tax.
What Jesus Says about the
Kinsman Redeemer and the
What is a kinsman redeemer?
In this Bible study lesson from MatthewJesus talks
about His resurrection as related to this Jewish
custom and, as always turns it into a remarkable
22:34-40 - What is The Greatest
Moses brought the ten
commandments to the Israelites before he died and
these laws helped to establish a nation from
wanderers. But, over time the religious leaders
began to add to the commands and explain every
little detail in how they were to be obeyed. Jesus
came and made them simple again.
Who is the Christ? Jesus
Asks the Pharisees
Those who don't know Him and
even some people who do all ask the same question
of who is Jesus Christ. The Pharisees asked and
Scripture tells us the answer in this lesson.
Jesus Warns the Crowds
against the Religious
"The scribes and the
Pharisees have seated themselves in the chair of
Moses." What does this mean? Well, partially it
means they had placed themselves high above the
people and became leaders and Rabbis. But Jesus
said there is but One
Jesus Condemns the
Religious Leaders and Grieves Over
This passage for Scripture
study gives us the 8 woes Jesus presented to the
Pharisees and scribes. He called them "blind
guides" because of their greed and pretentious
Jesus Tells About His
Second Coming on Mount Of
Ever wonder or worry about
the end of time? I don't dwell on it but yes,
sometimes the thought does cross my mind. Jesus
gives His thoughts here and tells the disciples
what to look for. We should remain watchful but not
worry about the end times as much as trying to live
our lives for Christ.
24:26-35 - How Jesus Tells About His
If Christ comes back today
are you ready? Am I? Jesus explains clearly in
these verses from Matthew what to look for and to
ignore the false prophets. Let's renew our faith in
Him and be ready when He
Jesus Says To Remain
This is a continuation of
Jesus warning the disciples (and us) to be ready
when He returns. You'll hear this sprinkled
throughout the ministry of Jesus and again in
Revelation about the end times.
Jesus Tells About The Ten
Our lesson today takes us to
the parable of the 10 bridesmaids. Jesus explains
how we are like the brides maids and He is like the
The Parable Of 5
The story of 5 talents is
about the abilities Christians are given by God .
We can choose to use what we have, or not. Let's
see what happens to those who were entrusted with
money from their master in this Bible study lesson
The Final Judgment As
Told By Christ
This passage about the final
judgment of Christ can be misinterpreted as
salvation being works based but goes much deeper
than this. Here you'll learn how God will separate
His people from those He does not
A Woman Pours Perfume On
Yes, this is a story of
Jesus, the woman, the perfume and Judas Iscariot
but it revealed so much more to the disciples. As
always, Christ used this incident as an opportunity
Judas agrees to betray
For thirty pieces of silver
Judas betrayed Christ. He didn't want to wait to
receive the unbelievable amount of spiritual riches
he would receive by having Jesus as his savior. Are
Jesus Points Out Judas
Iscariot At The Last Supper
It is called communion by
many Baptist and other Christian churches today,
especially in the Southern USA but the last supper
seems to fit in this case of deception and the
betrayal of Jesus by Judas Iscariot.
Communion is the word used by
many believers today, especially in the South. We
have the Lord's Supper at our church incrementally
but many just go through the motions without
thinking about what Christ did for them - and us.
26:31-35 - The Prediction Telling Peter's Denial of
Peter, the man who had
followed Jesus from the very beginning of His
ministry, who had seen the miracles of Christ,
Himself could never deny the Savior, could he?
26:36-46 - Jesus Prays in the Garden of
This was the most agonizing
time for Jesus before the crucifixion and He still
prayed for God's will to be done in His life.
26:47-56 - Judas Betrays Jesus and He is
After praying in the garden,
the fulfillment of Scripture was happening quickly
as Judas betrays Jesus and He is arrested. The
disciples, who swore allegiance, ran and went into
hiding while Christ suffered.
Jesus Answers Questions
for the High Priest,
In this lesson Jesus is
arrested and taken to the high priest Caiaphas for
questioning. This is the fatal point at which
Christ proclaims who He really is sealing His fate
and the destiny of mankind.
26:69-75 - Peter Denies Christ
The Easter story continues
with Peter denying Jesus just as predicted. How
about us? Are we guilty of denial in our own lives?
Read before you answer.
27:1-2 - Who Killed Jesus - The Romans or the
The question of who killed
Jesus is covered in this lesson where the religious
leaders of the council handed Christ over to Pilate
27:3-10 - Death of Judas
In this passage of study from
Matthew Judas feels deep regret for turning Jesus
over to the religious leaders thus resulting in his
suicide death by hanging. The priests play a large
role now in two deaths.
27:11-26 - Pilate Sends Jesus Out to be
Continuing the Easter story
we see where Pilate, in fear, releases Jesus to the
Jews to be crucified instead of Barabbas.
27:27-31 - Jesus Wears Crown of
The Roman soldiers mock
Jesus, give Him a crown of thorns to wear before
27:32-45 - Jesus is Crucified on the
Read the story of the
crucifixion of Christ on the cross and the horrible
suffering He endured before dying and rising again.
27:45-56 - Jesus Dies on the
This is it; or is it? Yes,
it's true that Jesus really died on the cross that
day. A sad occasion for the people then and for us.
But the glorious awakening is just about to
27:57-66 - Jesus is Laid in the Tomb with Guards
After Jesus was crucified He
was taken to a borrowed tomb for burial and a guard
was placed at the entrance of the grave. But, we
know He didn't stay there. The Easter saga
28:1-10 - Jesus Rises From the
Near the conclusion of the
Easter story Jesus rises from the tomb and leaves
Mary Magdalene and us with four lessons to ponder.
28:11-15 - Religious Leaders Bribe Guards to
Discredit the Resurrection
The resurrection of Jesus was
spreading through the streets of Jerusalem so the
religious leaders had to spread a different rumor
that it hadn't happened.
28:16-20 - Jesus Gives the Disciples the Great
In these final verses of
Matthew and, in the final words of Christ, we and
the disciples receive the great commission telling
us to make Him known to all the world. What does
that mean to us as Christians?
are the Words of the Lord ... They are meant to
change the way that we think, and the way that we
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