Saturday, October 03, 2015

Homiletics Matthew 21:18-22:14

written 6 March 2014


Contents (not sentence, direct verbiage from Scripture):  Where?                  Jerusalem         Who?  Jesus, Disciples, chief priests, Pharisees

1
21:18-19
In morning, He returned into city/hungered; saw fig tree, nothing but leaves: Let no fruit grow on thee for ever, tree withered.
2
21:20-22
D saw/marveled: how soon tree withered; J: if ye have faith/doubt not, ye do this, also say to mtn: be thou removed/cast into sea, it shall be done; all things ask in prayer, ye receive.
3
21:23-27
Temple, chief priests/elders: by what authority doest these things, who gave authority; J: I ask, if ye tell, I tell by what authority; baptism of John, from heaven or of men; they reasoned: if we say heaven, he say why not believe; if we say men, we fear people, hold John as prophet: answered: we cannot tell; J: neither I tell by what authority.
4
21:28-32
J: A man had 2 sons, came to first: go work in vineyard; he said: I will not, but went; came to second: I go, went not; whether did will of father; they: first; J: publicans/harlots into koG before you; John came in righteousness, ye believed not, publicans/harlots believed, when ye seen, repented not that ye might believe.
5
21:33-41
Another parable: householder planted vineyard, hedged, digged winepress, built tower, let to husbandmen, went far; time of fruit near, sent servants; husbandmen beat one, killed another, stoned another; sent other servants more, they did likewise; last he sent son – they will reverence; husbandmen: this is heir, let us kill him, seize inheritance; they caught, cast him out, slew him; when lord of vineyard cometh, what he do husbandmen; They: he miserably destroy wicked men, will let out unto other husbandmen which render fruit.
6
21:42-44
J: ever read in scriptures – stone builders rejected become head of corner: this the Lord’s doing, marvelous in our eyes; koG taken from you, given nation bringing fruits; whosoever fall on stone broken, but on whomsoever it fall will grind him to powder.
7
21:45-46
Chief priests/Pharisees heard, perceived he spake of them; when they sought lay hands on him, feared multitude because they took Him for prophet.
8
22:1-9
J: koh like certain king, made marriage for son, sent servants to call them to wedding, they not come; again sent servants: I have dinner, come unto marriage; they made light, went their ways, remnant took servants, slew them; when king heard, sent armies, destroyed murderers, burned city; to servants: wedding ready, they bidden not worthy; go highway, as many as ye find, bid to the marriage.
9
22:10-14
Servants went/gathered bad and good, wedding furnished w/guests; king came, saw man had not on wedding garment; K: how camest thou not having wedding garment; he speechless; K: bind him hand/foot, cast into outer darkness, there weeping/gnashing of teeth; many called, few chosen.

 

Divisions (run-on sentence OK, direct verbiage from Scripture):

1
21:18-22
Jesus interacts with the fig tree.
Principle:
Anything we ask for in faith we will receive because God gives us our faith to begin with.
2
21:23-46
Jesus interacts with the chief priests and Pharisees.
Principle:
Those who obey God are received by Him and blessed.
Those who reject and/or kill those sent by God will be utterly destroyed.
If we fall on the cornerstone, we will be broken but if He falls on us, we will be pulverized.
3
22:1-14
Jesus tells the parable of the wedding dinner.
Principle:
 

 

Subject Sentence (10-word sentence with proper structure):

Jesus withers a fig tree and tells three parables.

 

Aim (Christian and Non-Christian):

TCMAT

 

Application:

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 I wish I had completed this one.

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