Parable of the Two Sons

Bible Study Lessons: Matthew 21:28-32 This parable of the two sons in Matthew is about earnestly following God and doing the work Christ laid out for us. The sons had different ways of answering their father just as we do. See how two brothers answered a call differently and which…

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Authority of Jesus

Bible Study Lesson of Matthew 21:23-27 We see it all the time. Our children are constantly challenging our authority and finding what they can “get away with”. But what about us? Do we sometimes challenge the authority of God? Chief Priests and Elders Question the Authority of Jesus Have you…

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Miracle of the Blind Beggar

Bible Study of Matthew 20:29-34 Jesus heals. There is no doubt that He performed many miracles such as the case of the Roman centurion – just to name one. But, there is more to this story than just the healing of two blind beggars – much more. Jesus was a…

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What Did Jesus Say about Serving Others?

Bible Study Verses from Matthew 20:20-28 In our efforts to follow Christ we sometimes forget our main objective. Sure, we have to do the “church things” like attending regularly and maybe singing in the choir, but what did Jesus tell us to do? Serve other people. This is a part…

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Jesus Tells about His Death the Third Time

Bible Study Lesson: Matthew 20:17-19 Christ performed many miracles in the Bible and these are certainly a big part of his ministry. But, He also had the ability to predict the future as we find in the last days leading up to His famous trip to Jerusalem on Palm Sunday….

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Jesus equal work equal pay

Bible Study Lesson about Jesus, Equal Work, Equal Pay from Matthew 20:1-16 The New Testament reveals many secrets about how to get to heaven. Christ explains about the kingdom of heaven in this parable about the workers hired by the landowner. Should everyone do equal work for equal pay? Jesus…

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Bible Study Lesson — Matthew 19:16-30 Jesus often used every opportunity as a teaching moment. When the rich young man approached Him asking what “good thing” he could do in order to go to heaven, Christ points out that he should give up worldly possessions. Does this mean we are…

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Jesus Loves the Little Children

Study Lesson about Christ from Matthew 19:13-15 “Let the little children come to me ..” says Jesus. This lesson from Matthew shows that Christ was willing to bless and forgive even the least of the human race – including us! We see children as precious but the disciples only saw…

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conflict and divorce

Bible Study Lesson about Marriage and Divorce – Matthew 19:1-12 Is Divorce the Answer? Although the Pharisees were only trying to trick Jesus (again) the points He makes about conflict and divorce are very clear. This Bible study from Matthew addresses the issue of basic rights for women and the…

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Unforgiving Debtor

Bible Study about Forgiveness from Matthew 18:21-35 You may have heard the parable about the unforgiving debtor. Is Jesus talking about someone in another country, or us? How willing are we to forgive others when they do us wrong? I know this is one of the most difficult things for…

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Believer Who Sins

Bible Study From Matthew 18:15-20 Ever had a good friend , family member, or a church member do something to hurt you deeply? Most of us have had this happen at one time or another in our lives. Or, maybe it was us who did the hurting. Either way, Christ…

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Causing Children to Sin

Matthew 18:1-9 – Bible Study Lesson for Life Application Are we causing children to sin? Jesus gives a strong warning in Matthew. Taking the advice and actions from Christ’s teachings is always the right way, especially when it concerns our sins. In this Bible study lesson, we learn how they…

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Who is the Greatest Disciple?

Matthew 18:1-6: Bible Lessons for Study Become Like a Little Child. Who is the greatest disciple of Christ? This lesson covers the area of coveting and the want for power. Some of Christ’s followers wanted to know who the greatest disciple was. This translated to who would sit next to…

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