Category Archives: Matthew
Passage: Matthew 21:28-32 The Plot This passage tells a story that is quite simple–it doesn’t have a very complicated plot. A man had two sons (v. 28) The father gave an imperative to both of his sons–“Go work today in … Continue reading
Passage: Matthew 9:18 (c.f. Mark 5:21-24) A synagogue official comes before Jesus in desperation because his daughter just died. What’s the big deal? This kind of thing happens every day, right? (No!) Why is it recorded in the Bible?
Passage: Matthew 18:8-9 The heart of this passage is worship and obedience to God. The hand, foot, and eye are symbols used to represent any stumbling device in the believer’s life. Additionally, these may seem as core, essential, and very … Continue reading