We will be considering the Lord’s instruction regarding the Passover and looking at this in light of the fulfillment in Christ.
We continue in Matthew 22 where Jesus is approached by the Sadducees, who do not believe in the resurrection. They attempt to stump Jesus with a question about the resurrection.
Reference Verses: 1 Timothy 3:1-7, Titus 1:5-9
We’ll look at Exodus 17 and 18 and see a representative picture of the religious and moral corruption of Israel.
In Exodus 11 we see the introduction to the final plague. We will consider these four points from the text: 1. God’s justice displayed in the plague. 2. God’s grace of election revealed through the plague. 3. The completeness of salvation. 4. The fulfillment in Christ.
We will be taking a break from the Gospel of Matthew to consider Psalm 116:15. We will consider these three questions as we look at verse 15 of Psalm 116. 1. What does this mean? 2. Why 3. How can this be a comfort to you?
In Exodus 10:21-29 we come to the ninth plague, which is a plague of darkness.
Jesus’ ministry in Jerusalem is challenged by the Jerusalem authorities. After his parables expose their hypocrisy, they come to him with questions to “test” him.
We come to the eighth plague, which will be an ominous sign of the final judgment to come.
This is the third parable that Jesus tells describing the coming judgment and reversal of the kingdom of heaven.