THIS LITTLE LIGHT OF MINE. 4:14-16). CHAPTER 4. Biblical Commentary (Bible study) Matthew 16:13-20 EXEGESIS: MATTHEW 16. 14 to fulfill m what was said through the prophet Isaiah: 15 “Land of Zebulun and land of Naphtali, the Way of the Sea, beyond the Jordan, Galilee of the Gentiles— 16 the people living in darkness have seen a great light; on those living in the land of the shadow of death In verse 16, Peter confessed his faith that Jesus was the messiah, the Son of God. After all, Jesus came from Galilee (that same northern territory) about which Isaiah gives his Messianic prophecy in that passage. 2 b He fasted for forty days and forty nights, * and afterwards he was hungry. Luke 4:14-21 is the opening scene in the ministry of Jesus. Both of these substances are valuable and both are useful. The Parable of the Sower, The Interpretation — Matthew 13: 18-28 (18) The Parable of the Tares — Matthew 13: 24-30 & 36-43. 1 * a Then Jesus was led by the Spirit into the desert to be tempted by the devil. Doing the Will of God — Matthew 12: 46-50. The Temptation of Jesus. Then one of the twelve, called Judas Iscariot, went to the chief priests and said, “What are you willing to give me if I deliver Him to you?” And they counted out to him thirty pieces of silver. This was no different. The Parable of the Sower — Matthew 13: 1-23. The wind was up. Luke 4:14-15: Our passage opens with Jesus returning in the power of the Spirit to Galilee from the wilderness (Luke 4:1-13) where he had overcome temptation. It is only to say that Matthew has not reported either up to this point in his Gospel. Intro: Here in The Sermon on the Mount, the Lord Jesus uses two powerful metaphors to describe His people. He calls us both salt and light. Matthew 5:14-16. Matthew 14:25 "And in the fourth watch of … This means that He fully understands all that we face in this world--He was tempted in every way, not just in these three temptations at the outset, but throughout His life on earth. Now Jesus shows him what messiahship (14-16) Judas makes a sinister agreement with the religious leaders. He quotes Isaiah in Matthew 4:14-16. 132 This is the edited manuscript of Lesson 9 in the Studies in the Gospel of Matthew series prepared by Robert L. Deffinbaugh on April 20, 2003.. 133 This is not to say that no miracles have been performed and no message has been preached. Matthew 4:14–16 — The New King James Version (NKJV) 14 that it might be fulfilled which was spoken by Isaiah the prophet, saying: 15 “ The land of Zebulun and the land of Naphtali, It is Jesus’ manifesto for the work ahead. The Tragedy of the Uncommitted — Matthew 12: 38-45. 4. The Sea of Galilee is well known for its high winds and shipwrecks. So from … Matthew explains from Isaiah's prophecy that the same territory of Israel that first fell to Assyrian captivity would be the first to see the Messiah. When he returns, a report is heard about him throughout … Continue reading "Commentary on Luke 4:14-21" For instance: Salt is hidden, light is obvious. The Book of Hebrews tells us that we have a High Priest, Jesus Christ, who was tempted in every way as we are, yet remained without sin (Heb. However, both are vastly different in the way they approach their respective functions. THE CONTEXT This reading is closely tied to verses 13-20, last week's Gospel lesson. Matthew 14:24 "But the ship was now in the midst of the sea, tossed with waves: for the wind was contrary." Growth and the Kingdom of God — Matthew 13: 31-35