Matthew 1.1-17 – Ancestry.God
Matthew 1.18-25 – There’s Something About Joseph
Matthew 2.1-12 – Celestrial Light And Magi
Matthew 2.13-23 – Sudden Tyrant Death Syndrome
Matthew 3.1-12 – I’ve Been To The Desert To The Voice With No Name
Matthew 3.13-17 – The Southern Baptist’s Contention
Matthew 4.1-11 – I Fought The Lord And The Lord Won
Matthew 4.12-25 – O Brother, Come Follow Now
Matthew 5.1-12 – He’ll Be Teachin’ On The Mountain When He Comes
Matthew 5.13-16 – Planning Your Salt Light City Vocation
Matthew 5.17-48 – Deadly Do-Rights
Matthew 6.1-6 & 16-18 – Who Was That Masked Manpleaser?
Matthew 6.7-15 – Daddy Day-By-Day Care
Matthew 6.19-34 – Actions Seek Louder Than Words
Matthew 7.1-12 – One Rule To King Them All
Matthew 7.13-29 – Give No Regards To Broadway
Matthew 8.1-17 – Saturday Night Fever
Matthew 8.18-27 – Riders On The Storm
Matthew 8.28-34 – Another Swine Mess You’ve Gotten Us Into!
Matthew 9.1-8 – Bed, Faith & Beyond
Matthew 9.9-17 – Life In The Feast Lane
Matthew 9.13-38 – How To Induce Laborers
Matthew 10.1-23 – Heal Team 12
Matthew 10.24-42 – I’m So Excited…
Matthew 11.1-24 – Violence Of The Lambs
Matthew 11.25-30 – Different Yokes For Different Folks
Matthew 12.1-14 – Back In The Sabbath Again
Matthew 12.14-21 – Cruisin’ For A Bruised Reed
Matthew 12.22-37 – Tying Up Loose Fiends
Matthew 12.38-50 – Signing Off
Matthew 13.1-23 – The Sew Must Go On
Matthew 13.24-58 – Thistle While You Work
In this study, Jesus informs us that as we are sowing the good seed of the Word of God, our enemy will be at work sowing weeds.
Matthew 14.1-21 – Dance Mom
In this study, Jesus withdraws when He hears that John the Baptist was executed after Herodias had her daughter dance for Herod and ask for John’s head on a platter.
Matthew 14.22-36 – I Ain’t Portrayed As No Ghost!
In this study, at first thinking it is a ghost walking on the water, the disciples trust it is Jesus when He speaks to them.
Matthew 15:1-20 – Heart In Mouth Disease
In a parable, Jesus says it’s not what goes into the mouth that defiles you, but what comes out of it.
Matthew 15:21-39 – Be Aware Of Dogs
Jesus surprises everyone by referring to a Canaanite woman who has come to Him for help as a dog.
Matthew 16:1-12 – The Yeastie Boys
Jesus warns His disciples that the Pharisees and Sadducees are like yeast corrupting the pure Word of God.
Matthew 16:13-23 – He Will Rock You
Jesus calls Peter a rock, then tells him that believers are the living rocks with which The Lord is building His church in His absence.
Matthew 16:24-17:8 – Finders Weepers, Losers Keepers
Jesus tells His disciples whoever loses his life for His sake will find it.
Matthew 17:9-27 – How To Maintain A Love-Wait Relationship
Jesus continues to prepare His disciples for the wait between His two comings.
Matthew 18:1-14 – I’m A God’s-4-Us Kid
Jesus instructs us to remain childlike while waiting for Him to return for us.
Matthew 18:15-20 – To Boldly Go Where One Man Can Be Restored
Jesus instructs His followers how to go after a brother who sins in the hope of restoring him to fellowship.
Matthew 18:21-35 – The Magnificent 70×7
Jesus stuns His disciples by telling them that they must forgive others “up to seventy times seven times”.
Matthew 19:1-12 – Divorce Thwart
Jesus puts the brakes on the Jewish practice of divorce for any reason.
Matthew 19:13-15 – No Child Left Unblessed
Jesus rebukes His disciples for trying to prevent children from being brought to Him to be blessed.
Matthew 19:16-30 – Goodness, Gracious, Great Call To Follow
Jesus emphasizes the difference between human goodness and His saving grace in His call to the rich young ruler to follow Him.
Matthew 20:1-16 – Pay It Backward
Jesus tells a parable in which the owner of a vineyard purposely pays the day laborers he hired in reverse order to reveal his generosity.
Matthew 20:17-28 – 33 1/2 Years A Slave
Jesus describes His ministry to us as that of a slave serving His Master.
Matthew 20:29-34 – Blind Man’s Blurt
Jesus heals two blind men who follow Him shouting for mercy.
Matthew 21:1-17 – Donkey King
Jesus makes His triumphal entry into Jerusalem as King riding on a donkey.
Matthew 21:18-22 – Jesus Is A Fig-Wither Friend
The disciples marvel that Jesus causes a fruitless fig tree to wither.
Matthew 21:23-46 – Because You’re Mine, I Tend The Vine
Jesus tells two parables that remind the Jews God provided all they needed to be His fruitful vineyard.
Matthew 22:1-14 – My Big, Foretold Jewish Wedding
Jesus tells a parable in which He compares the earthly kingdom God promised the Jews to a wedding banquet.
Matthew 22:15-46 – Frequently Masked Questions
Jesus answers a series of loaded questions put to Him by hypocrites hiding their sinister motives.
Matthew 23:1-39 – God Only Woes What I’d Be Without Him
Jesus decries the hypocrisy of the Pharisees by pronouncing a series of “Woes!” against them.
Matthew 24:1-14 – Informative Jesus And The Temple That’s Doomed
Jesus sends a shockwave through His disciples when He informs them that the Jewish Temple is doomed to be destroyed.
Matthew 24:15-25 – Looking For Lord In All The Wrong Places
Jesus warns the Jews in the Great Tribulation to not be fooled into coming out of hiding by reports He has returned prematurely.
Matthew 24:26-51 – Cloudy With A Certainty Of Jesus
Jesus proclaims that He will return “on the clouds of Heaven with power and great glory”.
Matthew 25 – Separation Anxiety
At His Second Coming Jesus will separate all nonbelievers for eternal punishment.
Matthew 26.1-16 – Waste Management
Jesus praises a woman whom the disciples accuse of wasting a precious resource.
Matthew 26.17-30 – Sinner, Sinner, Passover Dinner
Jesus shares the Passover dinner with His disciples as the final lamb of God Who takes away the sins of the world.
Matthew 26.30-46 – The Victory Garden
In the Garden of Gethsemane Jesus lets us know He is determined to go to the Cross in perfect submission to the will of His Father.
Matthew 26.47-56 – From Ear To Eternity
Jesus uses the occasion of Peter cutting-off a man’s ear with his sword to show the superiority of the Word of God.
Matthew 26.57-75 – The Witness Pathetic Program
In order to convict Jesus the Jewish authorities produce a number of false witnesses.
Matthew 27.1-10 – Judas Priests
The chief priests and elders of Israel refuse to help Judas while themselves betraying Jesus to His death.
Matthew 27.11-26 – Notorious B.A.R.
Pontius Pilate is stunned when the Jews demand he release to them the notorious criminal bar-Abbas instead of Jesus.
Matthew 27.27-44 – Cross My Heart And Choose To Die
Jesus chooses to give His life on the Cross out of obedience to His Father and love for us.
Matthew 27.45-66 – Come Out, Come Out, Resurrected You Are!
Matthew tells us that when Jesus was crucified graves were opened and afterward many bodies of the saints were raised.
Matthew 28.1-20 – The Commish
Matthew ends his Gospel with Jesus giving His followers what has been called the Great Commission throughout the church age.