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Music welcome back to the Bible says what today I will summarize Matthew chapter 2 or Matthew documented the story of the wise men Jesus escaped Egypt and his families returned back to Israel Matthew wrote that two years after the birth of Jesus many wise men came from the east so many wise men came that all of Jerusalem was in an uproar because of the visitors some of the wise men went to King Herod asking him where is the king of Jews we have discerned the proper time when the Messiah would come to earth from the movement of the stars two years ago we identified the star and we set out for our journey and now we have come to worship Him Herod was supposed to be the king and he did not like the idea of a competitor so Herod gathered all the chief priests and scribes and said the Scriptures tell us where the Messiah is supposed to be born so where is the Messiah supposed to be born the chief priest told Herod's Micah the Prophet wrote that the Messiah will be born in Bethlehem King Herod told all the wise men the information and then told them when you find him come back and tell me his address I want to worship him to the crowd of wise men went on their way when they searched the heavens again they found the star that was supposed to lead their way and they were overjoyed they finally found the king after years of travelling they all gathered in Jesus's house they looked at the little two-year-old toddler and they bowed down and worshiped him many wise men brought different gifts some brought gold some brought frankincense and others brought and myrrh they were so happy to finally see the king of Israel with their own eyes after a few days the wise men were satisfied and decided to go back to their home countries but before they left while they slept a few of the wise men had the same dream in the dream an angel warned them not to go back to King Herod they were to sneak out of the country and not let anyone see which way they were going so that is what they did at the same time an angel warned Joseph in a dream the angel said get up leave at the same time the wise men leave take the child and his mother and run to Egypt stay there until I tell you to come back Herod will be searching for Jesus to kill him and you must escape now so Joseph obeyed immediately as soon as the wise men left Joseph took the family and escaped in the dead of the night this initiated a prophecy from Hosea stating out of Egypt I called my son when word got back to Herod that the wise men snuck out of the country he flew into.

FAQ

According to Luke 2:22 purification rites was performed at Jerusalem, but Matthew chapter 2 states that they fled to Egypt. How is that possible?
The Gospels of Matthew and Luke were written independently of each other, with neither evangelist aware of what the other had written. If, as nearly all New Testament scholars now believe, Matthew was written in the eighties, this could have been around ninety years after the event if the flight to Egypt really occurred. Luke was written even later, so the author was not relying on first-hand or even second-hand testimony.The author of Luke knew that a new-born baby would be taken to the temple in Jerusalem after the period of purification for its mother, so he simply assumed this must have been the case with Jesus. It also provided the opportunity for the just and devout Simeon to bless Jesus and for the prophetess Anna to recognise Jesus. These are not the kind of anecdotes that would have been written down and preserved for many decades so that one day they would be written in a gospel.The author of Matthew no doubt also knew that a new-born baby would be taken to the temple in Jerusalem after the period of purification for its mother, but there was a greater imperative. Going to Jerusalem, where Herod was likely to have been, would have placed the life of Jesus in danger. For Matthew, it was more important that the young family flee to Egypt and keep Jesus safe.We have two dramatic and satisfying nativity accounts. All we have to do is harmonise them in our minds so that we can avoid thinking that they can’t both be true.
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Will Matthew Chapter 24 Verse 29 be evident to all nations or to unto Israel?
Matthew 24:29 Immediately after the tribulation of those days: 'The sun will be darkened, and the moon will not give its light, the stars will fall from the sky, and the powers of the heavens will be shaken.'Lets see:30At that time the sign of the Son of Man will appear in heaven, and all the tribes of the earth will mourn. They will see the Son of Man coming on the clouds of heaven, with power and great glory.31And He will send out His angels with a loud trumpet call, and they will gather His elect from the four winds, from one end of the heavens to the other.Sounds like the entire earth to me. Additionally, Scripture says that when He comes this will also happen:1 Thessalonians 4:16 For the Lord Himself will descend from heaven with a loud command, with the voice of an archangel, and with the trumpet of God, and the dead in Christ will be the first to rise.Other verses also describe this as a catastrophic event that affects the sun, moon, and stars. It’s hard to imagine any scenario where the entire planet wouldn’t notice this.Precisely because this affects the ENTIRE EARTH the sun and the moon and the stars need to be altered simultaneously.If it only affected Israel then you would only see either just the sun—or the moon and the stars.More verses:Isaiah 13:10For the stars of heaven and their constellations will not give their light. The sun will be darkened when it rises, and the moon will not give its light.Isaiah 34:4All the stars of heaven will be dissolved. The skies will be rolled up like a scroll, and all their stars will fall like withered leaves on the vine, and foliage on the fig tree.Ezekiel 32:7When I extinguish you, I will cover the heavens and darken their stars. I will cover the sun with a cloud, and the moon will not give its light.Joel 2:10Before them the earth quakes, the heavens tremble. The sun and moon grow dark, and the stars lose their brightness.Joel 2:30I will show wonders in the heavens and on the earth, blood and fire and columns of smoke.Joel 2:31The sun will be turned to darkness and the moon to blood before the coming of the great and awesome day of the LORD.Joel 3:15The sun and moon grow dark, and the stars no longer shine.Amos 5:20Will not the Day of the LORD be darkness and not light, even gloom with no brightness in it?Amos 8:9"And in that day," declares the Lord GOD, "I will make the sun go down at noon, and I will darken the earth in the daytime.Zephaniah 1:15That day will be a day of wrath, a day of trouble and distress, a day of destruction and desolation, a day of darkness and gloom, a day of clouds and blackness,Matthew 24:21For at that time there will be great tribulation, unmatched from the beginning of the world until now, and never to be seen again.Acts 2:20The sun will be turned to darkness, and the moon to blood, before the coming of the great and glorious day of the Lord.Revelation 6:12And when I saw the Lamb open the sixth seal, there was a great earthquake, and the sun became black like sackcloth of goat hair, and the whole moon turned blood red,Revelation 6:13and the stars of the sky fell to the earth, like unripe figs dropping from a tree shaken by a great wind.Revelation 8:12Then the fourth angel sounded his trumpet, and a third of the sun and moon and stars were struck. A third of the stars were darkened, a third of the day was without light, and a third of the night as well.For more information about the Tribulation check out my video series for FREE on YouTube.https://MpoweredChristian.org/Yo...
Does Matthew Chapter 5 verses 27 to 28 apply to a Christian teenager?
If you are married, them yes it applies as adultery.Further, it is an admonition against becoming lustful and letting that lust control your actions and engaging in fornication.As Christians, we are supposed to try our absolute best to keep our hearts and thoughts pure and refrain from dwelling on sinful things such as, lust, deceit, profanity, blasphemy, idolotry, theft, etc.When you dwell on such things, you are providing a nourishing soil in your spirit for those seeds to grow and flourish. They root deeply and become exceedingly difficult uproot and away with and then your Christisn life is not an example for others.After love(being the most important Christian trait), we should strive inwardly to remain holy in the Lord’s eyes. Thus translates outward to our lives and encourages us to be outwardly holy as well.It's like when Jesus is correcting the Pharisees about the washing of their dishes as a ritual. He told them to not worry so much about the outward displays of ‘piety‡ but instead, to keep the insides clean snd it would cause the outside to be clean as well.Several times, he gave examples of outward appearances belying what is on the inside, Probably the most poignant is his example of the tombs in the cemetery. He said thou washest the walls of the tombs and paint them white so that they are pleasing to look at on the outside, but on the inside, they are filled with dead men's bones.(paraphrased).So, try your best to live an inwardly Christian life, and your outward life will be an example for all.God Bless and Keep you.Christ is Lord.
Did Jesus foreshadow the destruction of the temple in Matthew chapter 23 verses 37 to 38?
Did Jesus foreshadow the destruction of the temple in Matthew chapter 23 verses 37 to 38?For most people, opinion on this depends on when the writing of Matthew is dated, which in turn depends upon when Mark is dated, which depends on whether you think Mark was written first, or if you think there was a Hebrew version of Matthew written first, and if you think Matthew referenced Mark or Mark is an abstract of Matthew. So, nice and simple, right?Many begin from a position of denying the predictive power of Christ: predicting the future is a supernatural act, and nothing supernatural can be true, therefore, it can be assumed Mark was produced only a few years before the Fall of Jerusalem—(probably not after)—and Matthew immediately after the Fall (if Matthew used Mark as a reference). That makes it is easy to claim the evangelist added the prediction of the end in an effort to bolster Jesus‡ image.There’s some huge assumptions in there aren’t there? And these assumptions are open to different interpretations.First, it is by no means clear and obvious that Mark’s gospel must be dated to just before the Fall of Jerusalem, therefore there is no consensus on a date for the writing of Matthew. That remains in dispute. Whether Matthew used Mark or vice versa is also disputed. The linguistics issues are extremely complicated, and there is no agreement on one view over the others. The descriptions of war in the gospel are commonplace descriptions of the times, but may allude to the description of the Babylonian siege of Jerusalem in the Septuagint, either way, they are not specific enough to warrant the inference that details of the events were already known. Dating Matthew after the Jewish War is dogma more than it is critical scholarship.Within the eschatological discourse, Jesus tells his disciple to flee to the mountains when they see the crisis coming. But it is known Christians fled to Pella in AD 66—which is not in the mountains. There seems no adequate explanation for why this statement was allowed to stand if it was written after the writer knew better. If the Christians were not forewarned, why did they leave? Assuming a late date leaves questions like this hanging with no real answers.What we do know with some assurance is that the eschatological discourse is not an interpolation, nor is it a mutilation of older text, but is an original part of the three gospels. Evidence of the earliest manuscripts, including the Chester Beatty papyrus, the early versions, including Tatian’s Diatessaron, and the many multiple references in the Church Father’s writings, reflect a uniform text consistent with the modern text contained in all three gospels. There is no substantive argument against the discourse as part of the Gospels from the beginning.It also seems clear the evangelists intended to narrate a historical event. The circumstances of time and place, as well as some of the discourse’s problematic aspects support this. Many commentators have struggled with the sequence of thought in the discourse, attempting to make it intelligible, only to quit in despair, but would it be so baffling if someone had invented it? The actual structure of the discourse in the different gospels indicates it is a collection of the primitive sayings of Jesus on this subject, some of which were uttered more than once. All three evangelists describe its setting in detail in the same manner. In all three, the Discourse immediately precedes the Passion. The constituent parts of the Discourse are so closely related that only their delivery as a discourse can account for the similarity between all three.This topic would have been of great, even sensational, interest to the Apostles. “Look, your house is left to you desolate.…” (Matthew 23:38) would have stunned any pious Jew. Even if they were not all present when these things were spoken, it would have been discussed—they all would want to know what Jesus had said. It seems a reasonable bet that the Apostles were asked over and over: what did he say? The Apostles were fully aware of their role as witnesses, a responsibility within Jewish culture not to be treated lightly. Its priority, and theirs, support transmission with care.Jesus openly avows ignorance of the day and time of judgment: who among his early worshippers would have dared to invent a story asserting Jesus as ignorant of anything? How is it possible to reasonably assert the early Christians made up and added in the discourse in order to make Jesus appear all-knowing—then added in a statement of his ignorance—plus a known error of the location of Pella—that would contradict that?All in all, taken together, there seems little valid reason to doubt that Jesus did in fact predict the fall of Jerusalem and the destruction of the temple.
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Does the parable of the vineyard workers answer Matthew chapter 19 verses 25 to 26?
Why don’t you prthe scripture and the parable in your question? Do YOU have any opinion about the question you’re asking?Seriously I can do that too:Did Adam mean what it says at Hebrews 11:1?I hope you’re not getting paid to ask this question.