Holy Word for Morning Revival, The: Matthew, Vol. 4 (21:23-28:20)

Holy Word for Morning Revival, The: Matthew, Vol. 4 (21:23-28:20)by Witness Lee

ISBN: 0-7363-1111-4
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CONTENTS

      1. Week Sixteen — Matthew 21:23—23:39
      2. Week Seventeen — Matthew 24:1-51
      3. Week Eighteen — Matthew 25:1-46
      4. Week Nineteen — Matthew 26:1-75
      5. Week Twenty — Matthew 27:1—28:20
  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)
  4. The King’s being rejected (12:1—27:66)
    1. The establishment of rejection (12:1-50)
    2. The unveiling of the kingdom’s mysteries (13:1-52)
    3. The increase of rejection (13:53—16:12)
    4. The path of rejection (16:13—23:39)
      1. Before going to Judea (16:13—18:35)
      2. After arriving in Judea (19:1—20:16)
      3. On the way to Jerusalem (20:17—21:11)
      4. In Jerusalem (21:12—23:39)
        1. Cleansing the temple (21:12-16)
        2. Lodging in Bethany (21:17)
        3. Cursing the nation of Israel (21:18-22)
        4. Tested (21:23—22:46)
          1. (1) By the chief priests and elders concerning His authority (21:23—22:14)
            1. (a) The shifting of the birthright (21:28-32)
            2. (b) The transfer of the kingdom of God (21:33-46)
            3. (c) The kingdom’s wedding feast (22:1-14)
          2. (2) By the disciples of the Pharisees and the Herodians concerning giving tribute to Caesar (22:15-22)
          3. (3) By the Sadducees concerning resurrection (22:23-33)
          4. (4) By a lawyer concerning the great commandment in the law (22:34-40)
          5. (5) Muzzling all the testers by the question concerning Christ (22:41-46)
        5. Rebuking the religionists (23:1-36)
          1. (1) Their hypocrisy (vv. 1-12)
          2. (2) Their eightfold woe (vv. 13-36)
        6. Forsaking Jerusalem with its temple (23:37-39)
    5. The prophecy of the kingdom (24:1—25:46)
      1. Concerning Israel (24:1-31)
        1. From Christ’s ascension to the consummation of the age (vv. 1-14)
        2. At the consummation of the age (vv. 15-31)
          1. (1) The transpiring of the great tribulation (vv. 15-26)
          2. (2) Christ’s coming to the earth (vv. 27-30)
          3. (3) The gathering of Israel (v. 31)
      2. Concerning the church (24:32—25:30)
        1. Watching and being ready (24:32-44)
        2. Being faithful and prudent (24:45-51)
        3. A parable for watchfulness (25:1-13)
        4. A parable for faithfulness (25:14-30)
      3. Concerning the nations (25:31-46)
        1. Christ coming to be enthroned in glory (v. 31)
        2. Gathering all the nations for the exercising of judgment (vv. 32-46)
    6. The completion of rejection (26:1—27:66)
      1. The fourth unveiling of the crucifixion (26:1-2)
      2. Plotted against by religion (26:3-5)
      3. Loved by the beloved disciples (26:6-13)
      4. Betrayed by the false disciple (26:14-16)
      5. Keeping the last passover (26:17-25)
      6. Establishing the King’s feast (26:26-30)
      7. Warning the disciples (26:31-35)
      8. Pressed in Gethsemane (26:36-46)
      9. Arrested by religion (26:47-56)
      10. Judged by the Sanhedrin (26:57-68)
      11. Denied by Peter (26:69-75)
      12. Judged by Pilate (27:1-26)
      13. Mocked by the heathen soldiers (27:27-32)
      14. Crucified (27:33-56)
        1. Killed and mocked by men (vv. 33-44)
        2. Judged and forsaken by God (vv. 45-50)
        3. The effect of His crucifixion (vv. 51-56)
      15. Buried by a rich man (27:57-66)
  5. The King’s victory (28:1-20)
    1. Resurrected (vv. 1-15)
    2. Reigning (vv. 16-20)

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