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This video explores the main ideas and flow of thought of Matthew.

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36 thoughts on “Read Scripture Series: Matthew Ch. 1-13

  1. how was john not a positive? 🙁

    He doubted near the end of his life is all, but we all doubt. He set an example of that and how Jesus still holds on to us even in the doubt

    • Aeol lol sorry. i thought you said “thats why he will be lost.” perhaps. But he will still have great honor in heaven for his acts as a prophet.

    • Matthew 11:11 “Verily I say unto you, Among them that are born of women there hath not risen a greater than John the Baptist: notwithstanding he that is least in the kingdom of heaven is greater than he.”

    • Aeol hmm. I see your point. But it doesnt directly state that it is due to his doubt. But Im not sure, good observation.. I only remembered jesus calling him one of the greatest

  2. John the Baptist was a positive, he knew Jesus was the messiah. In Mathew 3 he tells Jesus that he doesn’t have the authority to baptize Jesus and that Jesus should be baptizing him. This is because he knows Jesus is the messiah

  3. I understand that for the majority of the faithful the ethical integrity and superiority is not necessary.They accept god becouse he has(supposedly) all the power to throw you to hell or heaven. It is submission to power, no mater if this acceptance is moraly sound. it is so selfish and humiliatingWhat kind of god it is that he NEEDS to KILL his son as a..proof of his divinity. It is ridiculous that the all knowing god does not come with a better less bloody.. Proof.

    • NICK COIN I don’t think anyone suggests that God ‘killed Jesus as a proof of his divinity’. Why did you think that?

    • Kayla The Divine Woah – calling people dense and saying lmao because they don’t understand something. Is that really necessary? Or LOVING?

    • ++ Kayla . I wonder where was the ETERNAL Jesus when god was commanding
      ””Now go and strike Amalek and utterly destroy all that he has, and do not spare him; but put to death both man and woman, child and infant, ox and sheep, camel and donkey.'” BIBLE- 1Samuel 15:3.???
      Why I have to trust a guy with such a criminal past??
      Αny how god love YOU ,unless YOU are not a virgin.
      “But if this charge is true, that the girl was not found a virgin, 21then they shall bring out the girl to the doorway of her father’s house, and the men of her city shall stone her to death because she has committed an act of folly in Israel by playing the harlot in her father’s house; thus you shall purge the evil from among you.” bible Deuteronomy 22:20
      i reckon that it is very reasonable to expect mercy and ..salvation from such a nice guy

    • +++ Kirsty McAllister When somebody is sacrificing he is always sacrificing TO the higher power. In order to please this power.
      When god sacrifices his son, he sacrifices to whom??? Jesus was sacrificed FOR human sake, that I understand. but he was sacrificed TO whom?? WHO was demanding Jesus sacrifice as prerequisite for forgiveness??
      I guess ιt was somehow… Distressful for the omnipotent God to HAVE TO KILL his own son. I wonder why the almighty God has not chosen any less cruel solution. THE god seems to be forced to kill his son, otherwise HE WASN’T ABLE TO SAVE US.’I wonder WHO can present such a dillemα to god?? ”’You are going to torture and kill your sοn, otherwise the sinners will not be saved..”
      Do you think it is morally valid that innocent being suffer torture and death for sins done by OTHERS??
      Wasn’t God able to resolve this problem without any suffering and death?What can be an obstacle to god?
      Proverbs 21:3 ESV “To do righteousness and justice is more acceptable to the Lord than sacrifice.”‘
      If God accepts righteousness and justice WHY he don’t resolve the sin “problem” by justice and righteousness instead he choice sacrifice?

    • +++ Kirsty McAllister When somebody is sacrificing he is always sacrificing TO the higher power. In order to please this power.
      When god sacrifices his son, he sacrifices to whom??? Jesus was sacrificed FOR human sake, that I understand. but he was sacrificed TO whom?? WHO was demanding Jesus sacrifice as prerequisite for forgiveness??
      I guess ιt was somehow… Distressful for the omnipotent God to HAVE TO KILL his own son. I wonder why the almighty God has not chosen any less cruel solution. THE god seems to be forced to kill his son, otherwise HE WASN’T ABLE TO SAVE US.’I wonder WHO can present such a dillemα to god?? ”’You are going to torture and kill your sοn, otherwise the sinners will not be saved..”
      Do you think it is morally valid that innocent being suffer torture and death for sins done by OTHERS??
      Wasn’t God able to resolve this problem without any suffering and death?What can be an obstacle to god?
      Proverbs 21:3 ESV “To do righteousness and justice is more acceptable to the Lord than sacrifice.”‘
      If God accepts righteousness and justice WHY he don’t resolve the sin “problem” by justice and righteousness instead he choice sacrifice?

    • Kirsty McAllister He was sitting in prison, he knew who he was, but his circumstances might’ve put uncertainty in him. Jesus reassured him. Go tell him the lame walk, the blind see etc. John died at peace knowing full well his efforts were not in vain, Jesus was the One.

  4. minute mark 00:45 – 00:57
    you said:
    Jesus is “a new” authoritative teacher “like Moses.”

    nope! Jesus is not “a new” teacher and he most certainly is not like Moses. Jesus is the living Word of God, and is God, from everlasting to everlasting. and Jesus created Moses, he is not in anyway “”a” or “new” or “like” Moses or anyone else.

    • Oswaldlucky16 Yes he did. But he also said, later, ‘are you the one that was to come, or should we expect someone else?’ He was a normal human like us, and experienced doubt.

  5. Gods gonna reward u guys so much. In jesus name, i proclaim that yr hardwork will help god an the bible be clearly understood to his people.

  6. hmm, I’m a messianic myself l. and I just found this channel it looks good but I hope the videos here don’t twist what the bible says into other things.

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