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NEW TESTAMENT SURVEY PROPERTY OF: Southern View Chapel, Springfield, IL

NEW TESTAMENT SURVEY PROPERTY OF: Southern View Chapel, Springfield, IL

MATTHEW

MATTHEW

General Outline of New Testament

General Outline of New Testament

MATTHEW AUTHOR: Matthew (or Levi), a tax collector before Christ called him. RECIPIENTS: Written

MATTHEW AUTHOR: Matthew (or Levi), a tax collector before Christ called him. RECIPIENTS: Written to Jews—presenting Christ as the prophesied Messiah of the OT. DATE: Between 59 and 70 AD. KEY WORDS: Fulfill— 17 times Kingdom of Heaven— 32 times

PURPOSES: 1) To prove that Jesus of Nazareth was the promised Messiah and King

PURPOSES: 1) To prove that Jesus of Nazareth was the promised Messiah and King of Israel. 2) To show and why Jesus was rejected by Israel—and what God’s plan was after that rejection. THEME: The first coming and rejection of the promised Messiah and King of Israel.

MATTHEW The King and His Kingdom The Coming of the King (1 -4: 25).

MATTHEW The King and His Kingdom The Coming of the King (1 -4: 25). The Principles of the Kingdom (5: 1 -7: 29). The Signs of the King (8: 1 -9: 38). The Rejection of the King and the Kingdom (10: 1 -13: 57)

MATTHEW (cont’d) The Ministry of the Rejected King (12: 53 -23: 39). The Prophesies

MATTHEW (cont’d) The Ministry of the Rejected King (12: 53 -23: 39). The Prophesies of the King (24: 1 -25: 46) The Crucifixion of the King (26: 1 -27: 66) The Victory of the King (28: 1 -20).

JESUS’ SERMON ON THE MOUNT Matthew 5: 3 -7: 27 5: 3 5: 17

JESUS’ SERMON ON THE MOUNT Matthew 5: 3 -7: 27 5: 3 5: 17 5: 48 Kingdom Citizens Kingdom Laws 5: 13 Their Character Influence 5: 21 The Law Fulfillment The Old & The New 6: 1 7: 13 7: 27 Kingdom Concluding Attitudes&Deeds Exhortations 6: 19 Worship WALK Citizenship Tested Giving Praying Fasting

ANALYSIS OF MATTHEW 13 • • Sower (3 -9) – the Age begins Tares

ANALYSIS OF MATTHEW 13 • • Sower (3 -9) – the Age begins Tares (24 -30) – false believers Mustard Seed (31, 32) – false growth Leaven (33) – false doctrine Treasure (44) – Israel Pearl (45, 46) – church Drag-net (47 -50) – gentle nations

SATAN’S OPPOSITION In the individual (parable of Sower) 1. Snatches the Seed Point of

SATAN’S OPPOSITION In the individual (parable of Sower) 1. Snatches the Seed Point of Attack In the World (Tares, Mustard Seed, Leaven The Seed 1. Plants counterfeit Seed –Tares v. 19 2. Starves the Plant The 2. Allows plant to Growth vv. grow out of measure – it cannot grow 20, 21 – Mustard Seed 3. Smothers the Fruit “becomes unfruitful. ” The Fruit 3. Injects false doctrine –Leaven v. 22

COMMITMENT TO CHRIST • The Problem (verse 23). • The Solution (verse 24). •

COMMITMENT TO CHRIST • The Problem (verse 23). • The Solution (verse 24). • The Reason (verses 25, 26).

SEVEN WOES (Matthew 23) 1. 2. 3. 4. Stand in the way of spiritual

SEVEN WOES (Matthew 23) 1. 2. 3. 4. Stand in the way of spiritual benefits (v. 13). Lead the way to Hell (v. 15). Blind leadership (v. 16). Emphasize the unimportant, left out the important (vv. 23, 24). 5. Emphasize cleanliness of externals as opposed to internals (v. 25). 6. A leadership that is dead (v. 27). 7. Claim to follow prophets, yet rejects what prophets taught (vv. 29 -33).

MATTHEW 24 Deals with 3 questions 1. When will the temple be destroyed? 2.

MATTHEW 24 Deals with 3 questions 1. When will the temple be destroyed? 2. What will be the signs of your coming? 3. What will be the signs of the end of the age?

Signs of Christ’s Coming 1. Abomination of desolation. – vv. 15 -20 2. Great

Signs of Christ’s Coming 1. Abomination of desolation. – vv. 15 -20 2. Great Tribulation. – vv. 21 -28 3. Signs in the heavens. – vv. 29 -31

OLIVET DISCOURSE

OLIVET DISCOURSE

40 DAYS Vicinity of Jerusalem for about 1 week Matt 28: 1 -15 In

40 DAYS Vicinity of Jerusalem for about 1 week Matt 28: 1 -15 In Galilee for about 1 month In Jerusalem the last few days Matt 28: 16 -20 Acts 1: 3 -9

THE GOSPEL OF MARK

THE GOSPEL OF MARK

MARK • AUTHOR: Mark • RECIPIENTS: non Jews – Romans in particular. • DATE:

MARK • AUTHOR: Mark • RECIPIENTS: non Jews – Romans in particular. • DATE: Probably between AD 62 -68 • THEME: Jesus Christ, the Son of God, as the suffering servant of Jehovah.

Comparison of the Four Gospels MATTHEW Portraits of Jesus The Prophesied King MARK The

Comparison of the Four Gospels MATTHEW Portraits of Jesus The Prophesied King MARK The Obedient Servant LUKE The Perfect Man “straightway” “Son of Man” Jews (Jesus, Romans Greeks Son of (Action: the (Jesus Abraham) genealogy) Son of Adam Teacher Preacher Litterateur JOHN The Divine Son Prominent “fulfilled” Words “believe” Culture of the original readers Outlook & Style of the writers Church (Jesus, Son of God Theologian

Comparison of the Four Gospels (cont’d) MATTHEW MARK Outstanding Sections Prominent Ideas Broad Divisions

Comparison of the Four Gospels (cont’d) MATTHEW MARK Outstanding Sections Prominent Ideas Broad Divisions LUKE JOHN Sermons Miracles Parables Doctrines Law Power Grace Glory “Synoptic Gospels” Stresses Humanity from the earthly the of Christ outward side. “ 4 th Gospel”– stresses the deity of Christ

MIRACLES (Mark 4: 35 -6: 32) • • Power over Nature Power over Demons

MIRACLES (Mark 4: 35 -6: 32) • • Power over Nature Power over Demons Power over Death Power over Disease Power Restricted Power Delegated Power Recognized Power at Rest (4: 35 -41) (5: 1 -20) (5: 21 -24, 35 -43) (5: 25 -34) (6: 1 -6 a) (6: 6 b-13) (6: 14 -29) (6: 30 -32)

Palestine in the days of Christ

Palestine in the days of Christ

OLIVET DISCOURSE

OLIVET DISCOURSE

The Gospel According to Luke

The Gospel According to Luke

LUKE • • Author: Recipients: Date: Purpose: Possibly Luke Theophilus and other Greeks About

LUKE • • Author: Recipients: Date: Purpose: Possibly Luke Theophilus and other Greeks About AD 60. 1) Accurate account of Christ’s life. 2) Christ is perfect God-Man. • Theme: Christ is the Savior of men. • Key Word: “Son of Man” 40 times

Comparison of the Four Gospels MATTHEW Portraits of Jesus The Prophesied King Prominent “fulfilled”

Comparison of the Four Gospels MATTHEW Portraits of Jesus The Prophesied King Prominent “fulfilled” Words Culture of the original readers Outlook & Style of the writers MARK JOHN The Obedient Servant The Perfect Man The Divine Son “straightway” “Son of Man” Greeks (Jesus Son of Adam Litterateur “believe” Jews (Jesus, Romans Son of (Action: the Abraham) genealogy) Teacher LUKE Preacher Church (Jesus, Son of God Theologian

Comparison of the Four Gospels (cont’d) MATTHEW MARK LUKE JOHN Outstanding Sermons Sections Miracles

Comparison of the Four Gospels (cont’d) MATTHEW MARK LUKE JOHN Outstanding Sermons Sections Miracles Parables Doctrines Prominent Ideas Law Power Grace Glory “Synoptic Gospels” stresses Humanity from the earthly the of Christ outward side. “ 4 th Gospel”– stresses the deity of Christ Broad Divisions

Excuses for Rejecting Christ POSSESSIONS BUSINESS HOME LIFE

Excuses for Rejecting Christ POSSESSIONS BUSINESS HOME LIFE

The Gospel According to JOHN

The Gospel According to JOHN

JOHN • Author: • Recipients: • Date: The Apostle John Not specified AD 80

JOHN • Author: • Recipients: • Date: The Apostle John Not specified AD 80 -90 – Last Gospel written. • Purpose: Present Jesus as the Savior of the World. • Theme: Christ, Son of God who died for men.

Comparison of the Four Gospels MATTHEW Portraits of Jesus The Prophesied King Prominent “fulfilled”

Comparison of the Four Gospels MATTHEW Portraits of Jesus The Prophesied King Prominent “fulfilled” Words Culture of the original readers Outlook & Style of the writers MARK JOHN The Obedient Servant The Perfect Man The Divine Son “straightway” “Son of Man” Greeks (Jesus Son of Adam Litterateur “believe” Jews (Jesus, Romans Son of (Action: the Abraham) genealogy) Teacher LUKE Preacher Church (Jesus, Son of God Theologian

Comparison of the Four Gospels (cont’d) MATTHEW MARK LUKE JOHN Outstanding Sermons Sections Miracles

Comparison of the Four Gospels (cont’d) MATTHEW MARK LUKE JOHN Outstanding Sermons Sections Miracles Parables Doctrines Prominent Ideas Law Power Grace Glory “Synoptic Gospels” stresses Humanity from the earthly the of Christ outward side. “ 4 th Gospel”– stresses the deity of Christ Broad Divisions

SEVEN “I AM’S” 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Bread of Life (6:

SEVEN “I AM’S” 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Bread of Life (6: 35). Light of the World (8: 12). Door (10: 7, 9). Good Shepherd (10: 11, 14). Resurrection (11: 25). Way, Truth, Life (14: 6). True Vine (15: 1 -5).

Truths about those who keep Christ’s Commandments 1. They love Christ. 2. They are

Truths about those who keep Christ’s Commandments 1. They love Christ. 2. They are loved by the Father. 3. Christ loves them. 4. Christ will reveal Himself to them.

Facts about the Holy Spirit • He would not come until Jesus left earth

Facts about the Holy Spirit • He would not come until Jesus left earth (v. 7). • He convicts the world of sin, righteousness & judgment (vv. 8 -12). • He guided apostles to all Truth (v. 13). • He will glorify Christ (v. 14).

The Synoptics/John contrasted The Synoptics John Chiefly concerned with Jesus’ ministry in the north,

The Synoptics/John contrasted The Synoptics John Chiefly concerned with Jesus’ ministry in the north, around Galilee Gives more coverage to Jesus’ ministry in the south, around Judea Much emphasis on “kingdom” inheritance More emphasis on the person of Jesus (I am’s) and eternal life inheritance Jesus as Son of David, Son of man The gospel of the infant church The earthly story Jesus especially as Son of God The gospel of the maturing church The heavenly meaning

The Synoptics/John contrasted The Synoptics Jesus’ sayings generally short (e. g. parables) Comparatively little

The Synoptics/John contrasted The Synoptics Jesus’ sayings generally short (e. g. parables) Comparatively little commentary by the gospel writer. Only one mention of the Passover. John More of the long discourses of Jesus Much commentary by John. Three, possibly four, Passovers cited (on the basis it is concluded that Jesus’ public ministry lasted 3 ½ years).

ACTS • AUTHOR: • RECIPIENTS: interested • DATE: • PURPOSE: Luke Theophilus, a Christian

ACTS • AUTHOR: • RECIPIENTS: interested • DATE: • PURPOSE: Luke Theophilus, a Christian Gentile high official. Also, to all persons. between AD 61 -63 To record the history of the church from Pentecost to Paul’s arrival in Rome.

New Converts were involved in 4 activities • • Devoted to Apostle’s teachings Prayer

New Converts were involved in 4 activities • • Devoted to Apostle’s teachings Prayer Fellowship The Lord’s Supper

Three days of miracles 1. In Moses time, when the Israelites were about to

Three days of miracles 1. In Moses time, when the Israelites were about to become a nation. 2. In the time of Christ, at the junction of the ages of the Law and the gospel. 3. In the time of Elijah and Elisha. A protest against the prevailing idolatry.

Reception of the Holy Spirit in Acts Chapter Sounds of Wind Tongues of Fire

Reception of the Holy Spirit in Acts Chapter Sounds of Wind Tongues of Fire Speak in Tongues Lay on of hands Spirit rec’d after Salvation Spirit rec’d at moment of salvation Ch 2 Ch 8 Ch 10 Ch 19

The Herods • Herod the Great (37 -4 BC) – Sought to slay Jesus

The Herods • Herod the Great (37 -4 BC) – Sought to slay Jesus (Matt 2: 13, 16). • Herod Archaelaus – Herod the Great’s oldest son. Ruled half of Herod’s kingdom after Herod’s death (Matt 2: 22). • Herod Antipas (4 BC-39 AD) – Son of Herod, Tetrarch of Galilee and Perea; beheaded John the Baptist (Mark 6).

The Herods (cont’d) • Herod Philip II (4 BC-34 AD) – Built Caesarea Philippi

The Herods (cont’d) • Herod Philip II (4 BC-34 AD) – Built Caesarea Philippi (Matt 16: 13; Luke 3: 1). • Herod Agrippa I (37 -44 AD) – Grandson of Herod the Great – put Peter in prison (Acts 12). • Herod Agrippa II (53 -70 AD) – Paul appeared before him (Acts 25).

P A U L ‘S 1 ST J O U R N E Y

P A U L ‘S 1 ST J O U R N E Y

PAUL’S 2 ND JOURNEY

PAUL’S 2 ND JOURNEY

PAUL’S 3 RD JOURNEY

PAUL’S 3 RD JOURNEY

Christ appears to Paul 4 times 1. At his conversion (Acts 9: 5). 2.

Christ appears to Paul 4 times 1. At his conversion (Acts 9: 5). 2. In Corinth (Acts 18: 9 -10). 3. On his first visit to Jerusalem (Acts 22: 17 -18). 4. During his last visit to Jerusalem (Acts 23: 11).

THE BOOK OF ROMANS

THE BOOK OF ROMANS

 • • AUTHOR: Paul RECIPIENTS: the church at Rome DATE: about AD 58

• • AUTHOR: Paul RECIPIENTS: the church at Rome DATE: about AD 58 PURPOSE: 1. Tell them he was coming and why he had not come sooner. 2. Basic doctrinal instruction. 3. Explain relationship between Israel & the church. 4. Teach duties to one another & to the state. 5. Answer slander about himself.

POSITION IN THE BIBLE: • Romans is the first of 3 letters in the

POSITION IN THE BIBLE: • Romans is the first of 3 letters in the New Testament based on one verse of Scripture—Habakkuk 2: 4 “the just shall live by faith. ” • THEME: The Righteousness of God

THEME: THE RIGHTEOUSNESS OF GOD • INTRODUCTION: (1: 1 -17) – Sin (1: 18

THEME: THE RIGHTEOUSNESS OF GOD • INTRODUCTION: (1: 1 -17) – Sin (1: 18 -3: 20) – Salvation (3: 21 -5: 21) – Sanctification (6 -8) – Sovereignty (9 -11) – Service (12: 1 -15: 13) • CONCLUSION (15: 14 -16: 27)

PAUL & THE GOSPEL • He was obligated to take it to the Gentiles.

PAUL & THE GOSPEL • He was obligated to take it to the Gentiles. • He was eager to preach the Gospel. • He was not ashamed of the Gospel.

THE UNRIGHTEOUSNESS OF THE GENTILES (1: 18 -32) • MAN REJECTS GOD (18 -23).

THE UNRIGHTEOUSNESS OF THE GENTILES (1: 18 -32) • MAN REJECTS GOD (18 -23). – Man suppresses the truth (18). – Man is without excuse (19, 20). – Man becomes a fool (21 -23). • GOD REJECTS MAN (24 -32). – God gave them over to impurity (24, 25). – God gave them over to passions (26, 27). – God gave them over to a depraved mind (28 -32).

GOD GIVES MAN OVER 3 TIMES n 1: 24 TO IMPURITY n 1: 26

GOD GIVES MAN OVER 3 TIMES n 1: 24 TO IMPURITY n 1: 26 DEGRADING PASSIONS n 1: 28 DEPRAVED MIND

R O M A N S

R O M A N S

SIN (1: 18 -3: 20) • SIN – The unrighteousness of the Gentiles (1:

SIN (1: 18 -3: 20) • SIN – The unrighteousness of the Gentiles (1: 18 -32). – The unrighteousness of the Jews -3: 8). (2: 1 – The universality of unrighteousness (3: 920).

SALVATION (3: 21 -5: 21) God’s plan of salvation: Faith (3: 21 -31). An

SALVATION (3: 21 -5: 21) God’s plan of salvation: Faith (3: 21 -31). An Old Testament example of salvation by faith (4: 1 -25). The guarantee of salvation (5: 1 -11). Contrast between Adam and Christ (5: 12 -21).

Man Needs Reconciliation Romans 5: 6 -11 • Verse 6 Man’s inability— “helpless” •

Man Needs Reconciliation Romans 5: 6 -11 • Verse 6 Man’s inability— “helpless” • Verse 6 Man’s lack of merit— ”ungodly” • Verse 8 Man’s lack of righteousness— ”sinners” • Verse 10 Man’s lack of peace with God —”enemies”

DYING TO LIVE KNOW—MIND 6: 9 RECKON—HEART 6: 11 YIELD—WILL 6: 13

DYING TO LIVE KNOW—MIND 6: 9 RECKON—HEART 6: 11 YIELD—WILL 6: 13

OLD NATURE Immoral Thoughts Strife Jealousy Anger Love of world Love of Pleasure Pride

OLD NATURE Immoral Thoughts Strife Jealousy Anger Love of world Love of Pleasure Pride NEW NATURE Love Joy Peace Patience Kindness Goodness Faithfulness Gentleness Self-Control

Believer’s Declaration of Freedom • • Freedom from Judgment (1 -4) Freedom from Defeat

Believer’s Declaration of Freedom • • Freedom from Judgment (1 -4) Freedom from Defeat (5 -17) Freedom from Discouragement (18 -30) Freedom from Fear (31 -39) • No Condemnation • No Obligation • No Frustration “Hope” • No Separation

THREE LEVELS OF LIFE 1. You HAVE NOT the Spirit. (8: 5 -8) 2.

THREE LEVELS OF LIFE 1. You HAVE NOT the Spirit. (8: 5 -8) 2. You HAVE the Spirit. (8: 9 -11) 3. The Spirit HAS you. (8: 12 -17)

ROMANS 8: 31 -34 3 QUESTIONS 1. Verses 31, 32: – What shall we

ROMANS 8: 31 -34 3 QUESTIONS 1. Verses 31, 32: – What shall we say to these things? • Answer: a. God is for us. b. God gave His Son…

2. Verse 33: – Who – charge – elect • Answer: God justifies. 3.

2. Verse 33: – Who – charge – elect • Answer: God justifies. 3. Verse 34: – Who Condemns? • Answer: 4 -fold Ministry of Christ.

DID GOD MAKE A MISTAKE? • ISRAEL MUST BE JUSTIFIED BY FAITH. – God’s

DID GOD MAKE A MISTAKE? • ISRAEL MUST BE JUSTIFIED BY FAITH. – God’s Faithfulness (9: 1 -13). – God’s Righteousness (9: 14 -18). – God’s Justice (9: 19 -29). – God’s Grace (9: 30 -33).

S N A THEME TEXT M O R INTRODUCTION 1: 1 -17 CONCLUSION 15:

S N A THEME TEXT M O R INTRODUCTION 1: 1 -17 CONCLUSION 15: 8 -16: 27 SIN THE “The Righteousness demanded R I G H T just 1: 18 -3: 20 BE RIGHT SERVICE Righteousness demonstrated 12: 1 -15: 13 SALVATION Righteousness declared 3: 21 E -5: 21 U N SANCTIFICATION S Righteousness declined 9 -11 SOVEREIGNTY righteousness defended 6 -8 S OF GOD shall live O by S E faith”

LIFE WITH OTHER CHRISTIANS: Living, Holy sacrifice (12: 1, 2). CHRISTIANS: One body (12:

LIFE WITH OTHER CHRISTIANS: Living, Holy sacrifice (12: 1, 2). CHRISTIANS: One body (12: 3 -8). CHRISTIANS: Love one another (12: 9 -21).

S N A THEME TEXT M O R INTRODUCTION 1: 1 -17 CONCLUSION 15:

S N A THEME TEXT M O R INTRODUCTION 1: 1 -17 CONCLUSION 15: 8 -16: 27 SIN THE “The Righteousness demanded R I G H T just 1: 18 -3: 20 BE RIGHT SERVICE Righteousness demonstrated 12: 1 -15: 13 SALVATION Righteousness declared 3: 21 E -5: 21 U N SANCTIFICATION S Righteousness declined 9 -11 SOVEREIGNTY righteousness defended 6 -8 S OF GOD shall live O by S E faith”

FIRST CORINTHIANS

FIRST CORINTHIANS

1 Corinthians • AUTHOR: • RECIPIENTS: • DATE: • PURPOSE: • THEME: Paul Church

1 Corinthians • AUTHOR: • RECIPIENTS: • DATE: • PURPOSE: • THEME: Paul Church at Corinth. Written from Ephesus about AD 57. 1) To answer questions. 2) To reprove divisions. in the church. 3) To defend his apostleship. Errors of Christian conduct corrected.

PAUL’S 2 ND JOURNEY

PAUL’S 2 ND JOURNEY

WORLDLY WISDOM (1: 20) WISE PHILOSOPHY SCRIBE RELIGION DISPUTER LOGIC & REASONING

WORLDLY WISDOM (1: 20) WISE PHILOSOPHY SCRIBE RELIGION DISPUTER LOGIC & REASONING

TRUTH BY DIVINE REVELATION e n i v i n o D i t

TRUTH BY DIVINE REVELATION e n i v i n o D i t a l e v e R TRUTH his senses mind MAN

CHRIST ON THE THRONE SPIRITUAL CARNAL E E NATURAL E

CHRIST ON THE THRONE SPIRITUAL CARNAL E E NATURAL E

JUDGEMENT SEAT OF CHRIST MEANING TIME PLACE ‘bema” reward seat —seat where honor is

JUDGEMENT SEAT OF CHRIST MEANING TIME PLACE ‘bema” reward seat —seat where honor is bestowed In the heavenlies 1 Thess 4: 17 2 Cor 5: 1 -8 After the rapture Luke 14: 14 1 Cor 4: 5 2 Tim 4: 8 JUDGE CROWNS Christ 2 Cor 5: 10 John 8: 22 Incorruptible O rejoicing Of life Of righteousness Of glory

JUDGEMENT SEAT OF CHRIST JUDGED BASIS Believers only 2 Cor 5: 1 -19 Believers’

JUDGEMENT SEAT OF CHRIST JUDGED BASIS Believers only 2 Cor 5: 1 -19 Believers’ works brought to judgment 2 Cor 5: 10 1 Cor 3: 1013 PROCEDURE RESULT CROWNS 5 areas judged Rewards 1. Christlikeness won 2. Words 3. Faithfulness Rewards 4. Attitude lost toward others 5. Motives 1 Cor 3 Incorruptible O rejoicing Of life Of righteousness Of glory

5 EXAMPLES NOT TO FOLLOW 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. DO NOT CRAVE EVIL

5 EXAMPLES NOT TO FOLLOW 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. DO NOT CRAVE EVIL THINGS. DO NOT BECOME IDOLATERS. DO NOT ACT IMMORALLY. DO NOT TRY THE LORD. DO NOT GRUMBLE.

PRINCIPLES CONCERNING TEMPTATION 1. Do not get prideful (Gal 6: 1). 2. All temptation

PRINCIPLES CONCERNING TEMPTATION 1. Do not get prideful (Gal 6: 1). 2. All temptation is common to man. 3. God will not allow the temptation to be too great to handle. 4. God will provide a way of escape (James 1: 13 -16).

PRINCIPLES CONCERNING CONVICTIONS 1. Does it EDIFY (v. 23)? 2. Does it CAUSE OTHERS

PRINCIPLES CONCERNING CONVICTIONS 1. Does it EDIFY (v. 23)? 2. Does it CAUSE OTHERS TO STUMBLE (10: 24 -30)? 3. Does it GLORIFY GOD (10: 31)?

2 CORINTHIANS

2 CORINTHIANS

2 CORINTHIANS • AUTHOR: Paul • RECIPIENTS: Church at Corinth • DATE: Not long

2 CORINTHIANS • AUTHOR: Paul • RECIPIENTS: Church at Corinth • DATE: Not long after 1 Corinthians— around AD 57. Paul was in Macedonia. • PURPOSE: 1) Proper treatment of 1 Cor 5 sinner. 2) Instructions about offering (money). 3) To defend his apostleship. • THEME: The Gospel ministry for Christ.

1 & 2 CORINTHIANS COMPARED 1 CORINTHIANS Objective and Practical 2 CORINTHIANS Subjective and

1 & 2 CORINTHIANS COMPARED 1 CORINTHIANS Objective and Practical 2 CORINTHIANS Subjective and Personal Insight into the character Insight into the of an early church. character and ministry of Paul. Deliberate instruction. Impassioned testimony. Warns against pagan influences. Warns against Judaistic influence.

Premillennial Scheme of World Events NEW HEAVEN & NEW EARTH ETERNAL LAKE OF FIRE

Premillennial Scheme of World Events NEW HEAVEN & NEW EARTH ETERNAL LAKE OF FIRE

JUDGEMENT SEAT OF CHRIST MEANING TIME PLACE ‘bema” reward seat —seat where honor is

JUDGEMENT SEAT OF CHRIST MEANING TIME PLACE ‘bema” reward seat —seat where honor is bestowed. In the heavenlies 1 Thess 4: 17 2 Cor 5: 1 -8 After the rapture Luke 14: 14 1 Cor 4: 5 2 Tim 4: 8 JUDGE CROWNS Christ 2 Cor 5: 10 John 8: 22 Incorruptible O rejoicing Of life Of righteousness Of glory

JUDGEMENT SEAT OF CHRIST JUDGED BASIS Believers only 2 Cor 5: 1 -19 Believers’

JUDGEMENT SEAT OF CHRIST JUDGED BASIS Believers only 2 Cor 5: 1 -19 Believers’ works brought to judgment 2 Cor 5: 10 1 Cor 3: 1013 PROCEDURE RESULT CROWNS 5 areas judged Rewards 1. Christlikeness won 2. Words 3. Faithfulness Rewards 4. Attitude lost toward others. 5. Motives 1 Cor 3 Incorruptible O rejoicing Of life Of righteousness Of glory

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