Holy Word for Morning Revival, The: Matthew, Vol. 2 (8:1-13:52)

Holy Word for Morning Revival, The: Matthew, Vol. 2 (8:1-13:52)by Witness Lee

ISBN: 0-7363-1109-2
Printed Copy: Available Online from Living Stream Ministry

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CONTENTS

      1. Week Six — Matthew 8:1—9:17
      2. Week Seven — Matthew 9:18—11:12
      3. Week Eight — Matthew 11:13—12:37
      4. Week Nine — Matthew 12:38—13:30
      5. Week Ten — Matthew 13:31-52
  1. The King’s antecedents and status (1:1—2:23)
  2. The King’s anointing (3:1—4:11)
  3. The King’s ministry (4:12—11:30)
    1. The beginning of the ministry (4:12-25)
    2. The decree of the kingdom’s constitution (5:1—7:29)
    3. The continuation of the ministry (8:1—9:34)
      1. Signs with dispensational significance (8:1-17)
      2. The way to follow the King (8:18-22)
      3. The authority of the King (8:23—9:8)
        1. Over the winds and the sea (8:23-27)
        2. Over the demons (8:28-34)
        3. To forgive sins (9:1-8)
      4. Rejoicing with the sinners (9:9-13)
      5. Being incompatible with religion (9:14-17)
      6. Signs with dispensational significance repeated (9:18-34)
    4. The enlargement of the ministry (9:35—11:1)
      1. The need of shepherding and reaping (9:35-38)
      2. The selection and sending out of the workers (10:1-5a)
      3. The way to spread the gospel of the kingdom to the house of Israel (10:5b-15)
      4. Persecution and the way to meet it (10:16-33)
      5. The disturbance brought in by the King and the way of the cross to follow Him (10:34-39)
      6. The King’s identification with the sent ones (10:40—11:1)
    5. The King’s poise and attitude toward every situation (11:2-30)
      1. Strengthening His imprisoned forerunner (vv. 2-6)
      2. Appraising His forerunner (vv. 7-15)
      3. Lamenting and reproaching the stubborn and unrepentant generation (vv. 16-24)
      4. Acknowledging the Father’s will with extolment (vv. 25-27)
      5. Calling the burdened to rest and the way to rest (vv. 28-30)
  4. The King’s being rejected (12:1—27:66)
    1. The establishment of rejection (12:1-50)
      1. The cause of rejection (vv. 1-14)
      2. Rejection causing the King’s turn to the Gentiles (vv. 15-21)
      3. The climax of rejection (vv. 22-37)
      4. The sign to the rejecting generation (vv. 38-42)
      5. The rejecting generation becoming worse (vv. 43-45)
      6. Rejection resulting in the King’s forsaking (vv. 46-50)
    2. The unveiling of the kingdom’s mysteries ( 13:1-52)
      1. The preliminary work of the kingdom (vv. 1-23)
      2. The establishment of the kingdom and its false constituents (vv. 24-30)
      3. The abnormal development of the outward appearance of the kingdom (vv. 31-32)
      4. The inward corruption of the outward appearance of the kingdom (vv. 33-35)
      5. The establishment of the kingdom and its false constituents (continued) (vv. 36-43)
      6. The kingdom hidden in the God-created earth (v. 44)
      7. The church produced out of the Satan-corrupted world (vv. 45-46)
      8. The eternal gospel and its result (vv. 47-50)
      9. The treasure of things new and old (vv. 51-52)
  5. The King’s victory (28:1-20)

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