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From God in Heaven to God-Man on Earth, 1:1-4:11. Christ is the king of the Jews as demonstrated by His genealogy, His birth, His worship by the gentile.

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2 From God in Heaven to God-Man on Earth, 1:1-4:11. Christ is the king of the Jews as demonstrated by His genealogy, His birth, His worship by the gentile magi, His forerunner, baptism, and temptation. Copyright Reprinted from Baptist Bible Graphics. 1

3 From Fishing for Fish to Following Christ and Fishing for Men, 4: He demonstrates His kingship in his call to salvation and discipleship. The Messianic Kingdom is at hand. The King is here! Copyright Reprinted from Baptist Bible Graphics. 2

4 From the Darkness of Men to the Light of Christ, 5:1-9:35. He authenticates His kingship through His message and miracles. The way of righteous living is by the righteousness of Jesus Christ. Copyright Reprinted from Baptist Bible Graphics. 3

5 From Compassion on Israel to Rejection by Israel, 9:36-12:50. He and His apostles preached to the lost sheep of Israel. But Israel rejected the Messianic Kingdom messengers and blasphemed the Holy Spirit. Copyright Reprinted from Baptist Bible Graphics. 4

6 From the Messianic Kingdom to the Mystery Kingdom, 13:1-58. Christ reveals new truth. Instead of David’s throne being transferred from heaven to earth, the Messianic Kingdom will be delayed. Copyright Reprinted from Baptist Bible Graphics. 5

7 From Calling an Earthly People to Calling Out His Heavenly People, 14:1- 16:20. Delaying the kingdom to Israel, Jesus will build His Church from among all nations on the rock of Christ Jesus. Copyright Reprinted from Baptist Bible Graphics. 6

8 From Suffering for Sin to the Glory at the Second Coming, 16:21-17:21. Being killed, He will rise the third day. The Messianic Kingdom awaits His second coming. His transfiguration glory confirms this prophecy. Copyright Reprinted from Baptist Bible Graphics. 7

9 From Humility even unto Death to Exaltation in Everlasting Life, 17:22- 20:16. Our path will be rocky and rough, but we are to walk in humility as His servants. When Jesus returns, He will reward His own. Copyright Reprinted from Baptist Bible Graphics. 8

10 From His Ransom for Many to His Royalty as King, 20:17-21:22. He will pay the price of blood as the ransom for many. The Jerusalem hosannas anticipate His future proclamation as King of Kings and Lord of Lords. Copyright Reprinted from Baptist Bible Graphics. 9

11 From the Danger of Hell to Safety in Christ, 21:23-23:39. Israel’s builders rejected their cornerstone and stumble over Him. Still, Christ has not rejected Israel forever. He will gather Israel as a hen does her chicks. Copyright Reprinted from Baptist Bible Graphics. 10

12 From War on Earth to Peace on Earth, 24:1-25:46. After a time of great tribulation, the worldwide Messianic Kingdom will be restored to the nation of Israel at the second coming of Christ to as King over all nations. Copyright Reprinted from Baptist Bible Graphics. 11

13 From Cup of Sorrows to Crown of Glory, 26:1-56. Like submissive Isaac, the Lord of the universe obeyed His Father and willingly went to the cross. He had to drink the cup of sorrow before He could wear the crown of glory. Copyright Reprinted from Baptist Bible Graphics. 12

14 From Perpetual Sacrifices to Perfect Savior, 26:57-27:44. Jesus is God’s Passover lamb Who paid the price for our redemption, just like the Day of Atonement goat. His blood cleanses all who believe in Him from all sin. Copyright Reprinted from Baptist Bible Graphics. 13

15 From Repeated Bearing of Sin by a Living Goat to Once for All Bearing of Sin by Our Dying Savior, 27: Christ’s one sacrifice, when He became sin and bore our sin in His own body on the cross, forever frees us from sin. Copyright Reprinted from Baptist Bible Graphics. 14

16 From Death to Resurrection Life, 28:1-20. Jesus lay dead in a borrowed tomb for three days. On Sunday He arose. The angel said, “He is not here but has risen as He said.” Go, tell the good news! Copyright Reprinted from Baptist Bible Graphics. 15

17 Matthew: Outline Content of the Book Key Verse: “The book of the genealogy of Jesus Christ, Son of David, Son of Abraham” Mt 1:1. A. Christ The King, David's Son, 1:1-12:50 1. Is Jesus Christ the King Promised in the Scriptures, 1:1-9:38? 2. Since He is the King, Why Didn't He Begin the Davidic Kingdom, 9:36-12:50? B. The Transition From His Work As Son Of David To His Work As Son Of Abraham, 13:1-25:46 3. What are the Consequences of Israel's Rejection of her King, 13:1-16:20? 4. In the Light of His Anticipated Crucifixion, Death, and Resurrection, how does Jesus Reassure His Disciples, 16:21-20:22? 5. Being Rejected by Israel, has God now Rejected the Nation Forever, 20:23- 23:39? 6. Will the Messianic Kingdom of David Be Established Upon the Earth in the Future, 24:1-25:46? C. Christ The Redeemer, Abraham's Son, 26:1-28:20 7. Is Jesus Christ of Nazareth Our Kinsman-Redeemer, Fulfilling the Abrahamic Covenant? Copyright Reprinted from Baptist Bible Graphics.

18 Matthew: Sketch Arrangement of the Pictures KEY VERSE: “The book of the genealogy of Jesus Christ, Son of David, Son of Abraham” Mt 1:1. A. Christ the King, David's Son, From God in heaven to God-Man on earth, 1:1-4:11 2. From fishing for fish to following Christ and fishing for men, 4: From the darkness of men to the light of Christ, 5:1-9:35 4. From compassion on Israel to rejection by Israel, 9:36-12:50 B. Transition from Son of David to Son of Abraham, From the Messianic kingdom to the Mystery kingdom, 13: From calling an earthly people to calling out His heavenly people, 14:1-16:20 7. From suffering for sin on the cross to glory at the second coming, 16:21-17:21 8. From humility even unto death to exaltation in everlasting life, 17:22-20:16 9. From ransom for many to royalty as king, 20:17-21: From the danger of hell to safety in Christ, 21:23-23: From war on earth to peace on earth, 24:1-25:46 C. Christ the Redeemer Abraham’s Son, From the cup of sorrows to the crown of glory, 26: From perpetual sacrifices to the perfect Savior, 26:57-27: From repeated bearing of sin by a living goat to once-for-all bearing of sin by our dying Savior 15. From death to resurrection life, 27:52-28:20 Copyright Reprinted from Baptist Bible Graphics.

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