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Jesus Enters Jerusalem
  • Matthew 19-25
  • Thursday, May 23, 2019

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1. The Pharisees attempt to trap Jesus over
Moses teaching on divorce. Jesus teaches that
  1. Marriage was designed by God at creation.
  2. Marriage is to be between one man and one woman.
  3. In marriage, God permanently unites the couple, a
    union that cannot be divided by man.

3
1. The Pharisees attempt to trap Jesus over
Moses teaching on divorce. Jesus teaches that
  1. Divorce was only permitted by Moses because of
    mans hardness of heart.
  2. Divorce and remarriage, except in the case of an
    unlawful marriage, is adultery.

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2. In His encounter with the Rich Young Man,
Jesus calls him to total renunciation for the
Gospel.
  • a. The question posed by the Rich Young Man
    connects the doing of good with obtaining eternal
    life (v. 16).
  • b. Jesus directs the man to a Person, the One
    who is the source of goodness itself.

5
2. In His encounter with the Rich Young Man,
Jesus calls him to total renunciation for the
Gospel.
  • c. Jesus challenges the man to go beyond
    keeping the commandments and strive for moral
    perfection (v. 21).
  • d. Moral perfection comes by abandoning that
    which keeps us from God and by following the
    Person of Christ (v. 21).

6
3. In Matthew 20, Jesus teaches that the Kingdom
of Heaven
  • Belongs to God and is His to share with others as
    He sees fit.
  • Is built on service, not power.
  • c. Is exercised through the pity and compassion
    of Jesus.

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4. At the beginning of Holy Week, Jesus
triumphantly enters Jerusalem as the new King and
Son of David. Jesus
  • a. Is hailed as the messianic Son of David.
  • b. Drives out all those engaged in selling and
    buying in the Temple area.

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4. At the beginning of Holy Week, Jesus
triumphantly enters Jerusalem as the new King and
Son of David. Jesus
  • c. Heals the blind and lame in the Temple area.
  • d. Raises the indignation of the chief priests
    and scribes, setting off the dramatic tension
    between Him and the religious leaders that would
    lead to His execution.

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5. In the discourse on the Mt. of Olives (Olivet
Discourse) of Matthew 24-25, Jesus announces
  • The destruction of the Temple of Jerusalem and
    end of the Old Covenant.
  • b. The Second Coming of the Son of Man.

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5. In the discourse on the Mt. of Olives (Olivet
Discourse) of Matthew 24-25, Jesus announces
  • The importance of being faithfully prepared.
  • d. The criteria for the Last Judgment of all
    people.

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6. In summary, we read in Matthew 19-25
  • Jesus restores marriage to Gods original plan in
    Creation.
  • Jesus calls His disciples to moral perfection and
    holiness.
  • c. Jesus announces the establishment of the New
    Covenant, seen in His Olivet Discourse.

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For Discussion
  • Divide into small groups. Based on the evidence
    in the text, answer the following questions
  • Who is Jesus?
  • What is Jesus Kingdom?
  • 2. Report your discussion to the large
    group.
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