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Bible Study: Matthew 3:7-12

The Word Without Walls Podcast

Release Date: 12/02/2020

Bible Study: Matthew 6:22-24 show art Bible Study: Matthew 6:22-24

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What is the lamp/eye of the body? Why is it so important? Why can't we serve two or more masters or have no masters? 

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Bible Study: Matthew 6:16-21 show art Bible Study: Matthew 6:16-21

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Jesus returns to warnings about how we live; how does the corruption of human nature consistently miss the point of God's will? What is lost by doing so?

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Bible Study: Matthew 5:27-32 show art Bible Study: Matthew 5:27-32

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Jesus continues to reestablish the law in all its clarity.  In these verses, He addresses sexual immorality.  What is the real problem?  What are places in our lives that are ruling us, and affecting our relationships with God and others?  

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Bible Study: Matthew 5:23-26 show art Bible Study: Matthew 5:23-26

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In these verses, Jesus guides us to reset our thinking about our relationship with God and others, on the basis of how we see ourselves under the law.  Are we self-righteous, or honest about our condition under the law?    

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Bible Study: Matthew 5:21-22 show art Bible Study: Matthew 5:21-22

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Jesus starts on a refrain that He continues for the rest of the chapter: “You have heard that it was said to those of old … but I say to you…”. What is His point with these statements, and how can it transform our thinking, both about ourselves and others? How can we be ambassadors for God’s kingdom, not acting as judges, but helping others who are suffering?

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Bible Study: Matthew 5:17-20 show art Bible Study: Matthew 5:17-20

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What do we do with the Law? How are we to understand it?  Jesus articulates this in these verses from the Sermon on the Mount.  That's what we'll discuss in this episode.

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Bible Study: Matthew 5:11-16 show art Bible Study: Matthew 5:11-16

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At the end of the beatitudes, the tone shifts to being persecuted.  How are to be encouraged by Jesus' promises in these verses?  Where else is “salt” mentioned in the Bible?  What uses does salt have, and how can we can apply that idea to our lives?

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Bible Study: Matthew 5:1-12 show art Bible Study: Matthew 5:1-12

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This passage is the beginning of Jesus' Sermon on the Mount, the beatitudes.  How can we understand these?  What do "blessed" and "happy" mean in the Greek text? And "poor in spirit"??  How can we understand the first beatitude?

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Bible Study: Matthew 4:18-25 show art Bible Study: Matthew 4:18-25

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Jesus begins to call His disciples. What is notable about this passage and these men?  How will God will use their experiences and background for extending His kingdom?

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Bible Study: Matthew 4:12-17 show art Bible Study: Matthew 4:12-17

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After Jesus is tempted in the wilderness, He begins His ministry in the north.  Why is that important?  

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Why was Jesus baptized?  We'll discuss that, and also look into John the Baptist's confrontation with the Pharisees and Sadducees.  How does Matthew use these groups to contrast the human ego with Jesus' life-giving ministry?