The Gospel of Matthew
Workbook by Rick Bough, Th.D.

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INTRODUCTION: Matthew’s gospel is the most detailed account of the life of Jesus, and his gospel contains more information about our Lord’s teachings than any other gospel.
CHAPTER 1: The geneology of Jesus the Messiah, Joseph accepts Jesus as his son
CHAPTER 2: The Maji visit the Messiah, the escape to Egypt and the return to Nazareth
CHAPTER 3: John the Baptist prepares the way, the baptism of Jesus
CHAPTER 4: Jesus is tested in the wilderness, Jesus begins to preach, Jesus call His first disciples and heals the sick
CHAPTER 5: The Sermon on the Mount, salt and light, fulfillment of the Law, murder, adultery, divorce, oaths, eye for eye, love for enemies
CHAPTER 6: Giving to the needy, prayer, fasting, treasures in heaven, do not worry
CHAPTER 7: Judging others, ask - seek - knock, the narrow and wide gates, true and false disciples, wise and foolish builders
CHAPTER 8: Jesus heals a man with leprosy, the faith of the centurion, Jesus heals Mary, the cost of following Jesus, Jesus calms the storm, Jesus restores the two demon-possessed men
CHAPTER 9: Jesus forgives and heals a paralyzed man, the calling of Matthew, Jesus questioned about fasting, Jesus raises a dead girl and heals a woman, Jesus heals the blind and the mute, the workers are few
CHAPTER 10: Jesus sends out the twelve
CHAPTER 11: Jesus and John the Baptist, woe on unrepentant towns, the Father revealed in the Son
CHAPTER 12: Jesus is the Lord of the Sabboth, God's Chosen Servant, Jesus and Beelzebul, the sign of Jonah, Jesus' mother and brothers
CHAPTER 13: The parables of the sower, the weeds, the mustard seed and the yeast, the hidden treasure and the pearl, and the net; a prophet without honor
CHAPTER 14: John the Baptist beheaded, Jesus feeds the five thousand, Jesus walks on water
CHAPTER 15: That which defiles, the faith of a Canaanite woman, Jesus feeds four thousand
CHAPTER 16: The demand for a sign, the yeast of the Pharisees and Sadducees, Peter declares that Jesus is the Messiah, Jesus predicts His own death
CHAPTER 17: The Transfiguration, Jesus heals a demon-possessed boy, Jesus predicts His own death a second time, the temple tax
CHAPTER 18: The greatest in the Kingdom of Heaven, causing to stumble, the parable of the wandering sheep, dealing with sin in the church, the parable of the unmerciful servant
CHAPTER 19: Divorce, the little children and Jesus, the rich and the Kingdom of God
CHAPTER 20: The parable of the workers in the vineyard, Jesus predicts His own death a third time, a mother's request, two blind men receive sight
CHAPTER 21: Jesus comes to Jerusalem as King, Jesus at the temple, Jesus curses a fig tree, the authority of Jesus is questioned, the parable of the two sons, the parable of the tenants
CHAPTER 22: The parable of the wedding banquet, paying the imperial tax to Caesar, marriage at the resurrection, the greatest commandment, whose Son is the Messiah
CHAPTER 23: A warning against hypocrisy, seven woes on the teachers of the Law and the Pharisees
CHAPTER 24: The destruction of the temple and signs of the end times, the day and hour unknown
CHAPTER 25: The parable of the ten virgins, the parable of the bags of gold, the sheep and the goats
CHAPTER 26: The plot against Jesus, Jesus anointed at Bethany, Judas agrees to betray Jesus, the Last Supper, Jesus predicts Peter's denial, Gethsemane, Jesus is arrested, Jesus before the Sanhedrin, Peter disowns Jesus
CHAPTER 27: Judas hangs himself, Jesus before Pilate, the soldiers mock Jesus, the crucifixion of Jesus, the death of Jesus, the burial of Jesus, the guard at the tomb
CHAPTER 28: Jesus has risen, the guards' report, the Great Commission

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