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Messages with tag - Jewish Christians

Matthew (2013)
Sun, Sep 08, 2013
by Robert Dean
Passage: Matthew 1:1
Series: Matthew (2013)
Duration: 47 mins 47 secs
What's your favorite TV courtroom drama? From Perry Mason in the past to modern day real-life court cases, many eagerly relish these shows. Listen to this lesson to learn that the Gospel of Matthew presents a legal argument and courtroom case for the Lord Jesus Christ as the Messianic King. Discover Matthew's three main purposes in the book and find out how Matthew's Gospel is the most Jewish of the four Gospels. See that the underlying message to us today is to become disciples, which means to become serious students of the Word of God.