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  • FRED HINTZE
    MATTHEW 1 1-14
    The genealogy of the Lord Jesus Christ
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    MATTHEW 1 18-25
    The birth of Jesus Christ. Joseph is visited by the angel of the Lord.
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    MATTHEW 2 16-23
    Herod slays all the infant boys.
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    MATTHEW 2 9-15
    The star guides the wise men, and they offer their gifts to Christ.
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    MATTHEW 2 1-8
    The visit of the Wise Men.
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    MATTHEW 3 1-6
    The preaching of John the Baptist
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    MATTHEW 3 11-17
    The Baptism of Jesus by John the Baptist.
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    MATTHEW 3 7-10
    John the Baptist confronts the Pharisees and Sadducees.
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    MATTHEW 4 1-4
    Jesus fasts for 40 days and 40 nights. The devil comes to tempt Him.
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    MATTHEW 4 12-17
    Jesus begins his ministry. Repent: for the kingdom of heaven is at hand.
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    MATTHEW 4 18-25
    Jesus calls Simon Peter, Andrew, James and John.
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    MATTHEW 4 4-11
    The temptation of Jesus Christ
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    MATTHEW 5 1-3
    The beginning of the Sermon on the Mount
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    MATTHEW 5 10-12
    Blessed are they which are persecuted for righteousness' sake: for theirs is the kingdom of heaven.
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    MATTHEW 5 14-16
    Christians, the light of the world.
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    MATTHEW 5 17-20
    Jesus' attitude toward the law and the prophets.
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    MATTHEW 5 21-26
    Jesus teaching on anger.
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    MATTHEW 5 27-30
    Jesus' teaching on adultery.
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    MATTHEW 5 31-32
    Jesus' teaching on divorce.
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    MATTHEW 5 33-36
    Jesus' teaching on making oaths.
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    MATTHEW 5 38-42
    Give to him that asketh thee, and from him that would borrow of thee turn not thou away.
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    MATTHEW 5 4-5
    Blessed are they that mourn: for they shall be comforted. Blessed are the meek: for they shall inherit the earth.
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    MATTHEW 5 43-48
    Love your enemies, bless them that curse you, do good to them that hate you.
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    MATTHEW 5 6-7
    Blessed are they which do hunger and thirst after righteousness: for they shall be filled.
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    MATTHEW 5 8-9
    Blessed are the pure in heart: for they shall see God.
  • FRED HINTZE
    MATTHEW 5:13
    Ye are the salt of the earth:
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    MATTHEW 6 19-21
    But lay up for yourselves treasures in heaven,
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    MATTHEW 6 22-24
    The light of the body is the eye: if therefore thine eye be single, thy whole body shall be full of light.
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    MATTHEW 6 25-27
    Take no thought for your life, what ye shall eat, or what ye shall drink; nor yet for your body, what ye shall put on.
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    MATTHEW 6 28-30
    Consider the lilies of the field, how they grow; they toil not, neither do they spin:
  • FRED HINTZE
    MATTHEW 6 31-34
    But seek ye first the kingdom of God, and his righteousness
  • FRED HINTZE
    MATTHEW 7 1-4
    Judge not, that ye be not judged.
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    MATTHEW 7 12-14
    Enter ye in at the strait gate:
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    MATTHEW 7 15-20
    Beware of false prophets, which come to you in sheep's clothing, but inwardly they are ravening wolves.
  • FRED HINTZE
    MATTHEW 7 21-23
    Not every one that saith unto me, Lord, Lord, shall enter into the kingdom of heaven;
  • FRED HINTZE
    MATTHEW 7 24-29
    Therefore whosoever heareth these sayings of mine, and doeth them, I will liken him unto a wise man, which built his house upon a rock:
  • FRED HINTZE
    MATTHEW 7 5-6
    Give not that which is holy unto the dogs, neither cast ye your pearls before swine,
  • FRED HINTZE
    MATTHEW 7 7-11
    Ask, and it shall be given you; seek, and ye shall find; knock, and it shall be opened unto you:
  • FRED HINTZE
    MATTHEW 8 1-5
    Jesus cleanses a Leper
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    MATTHEW 8 14-22
    Jesus heals Peter's mother-in-law. The would-be followers of Jesus.
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    MATTHEW 8 23-34
    Jesus rebukes the wind and the sea.
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    MATTHEW 8 5-13
    The healing of the centurion's servant.
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    MATTHEW 9 1-8
    Jesus heals the man sick of the palsey.
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    MATTHEW 9 14-17
    The Pharisees question Jesus as to why His disciples do not fast.
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    MATTHEW 9 18-22
    The woman with the issue of blood who is healed by touching the hem of the Lords garment.
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    MATTHEW 9 23-26
    Jairus daughter raised from the dead.
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    MATTHEW 9 27-36
    Two blind men receive their sight, a dumb man speaks.
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    MATTHEW 9 35-38
    The harvest truly is plenteous, but the labourers are few.
  • FRED HINTZE
    MATTHEW 9 9-13
    The call of Matthew
  • FRED HINTZE
    MATTHEW 10 16-22
    Jesus tells his disciples what they can expect from the ungodly in the future.
  • FRED HINTZE
    MATTHEW 10 23-28
    Jesus tells the disciples even though they will suffer great persecution in the future they must not fear.
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    MATTHEW 10 29-37
    Jesus encourages his disciples to confess Him before men.
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    MATTHEW 10 38-42
    He that taketh not his cross and followeth after me, is not worthy of me.
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    MATTHEW 10 4-16
    The mission of the twelve disciples.
  • FRED HINTZE
    MATTHEW 11 1-6
    The messengers from John the Baptist.
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    MATTHEW 11 17-19
    Christ continues to praise John the Baptist
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    MATTHEW 11 21-27
    Woes to the unrepentant cities.
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    MATTHEW 11 28-30
    Come unto me, all ye that labour and are heavy laden.
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    MATTHEW 11 7-15
    None grater then John the Baptist
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    MATTHEW 12 1-13
    The disciples pluck the ears of corn.
  • FRED HINTZE
    MATTHEW 12 14-21
    The Pharisees seek to destroy Jesus
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    MATTHEW 12 22-29
    Come unto Me and rest
  • FRED HINTZE
    MATTHEW 12 30-33
    Blasphemy of the Holy Spirit
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    MATTHEW 12 34-40
    A generation of vipers
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    MATTHEW 12 41-45
    A evil generation seeks a sign.
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    MATTHEW 12 46-50
    Jesus mother and brethren
  • FRED HINTZE
    MATTHEW 13 10-17
    The purpose of Christs parables
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    MATTHEW 13 24-30
    The parable of the wheat and the tares.
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    MATTHEW 13 44-46
    The hidden treasure and the pearl of great price.
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    MATTHEW 13 47-52
    The net, treasures new and old.
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    MATTHEW 13 53-58
    Jesus rejected at Nazareth.
  • FRED HINTZE
    MATTHEW 14 1-12
    The death of John the Baptist.
  • FRED HINTZE
    MATTHEW 14 13-21
    The feeding of the five thousand
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    MATTHEW 14 22-33
    Jesus walks on the sea.
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    MATTHEW 15 1-9
    The things that defile a man.
  • FRED HINTZE
    MATTHEW 15 10-20
    The things that defile a man continued.
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    MATTHEW 15 21-28
    The Canaanite woman's faith
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    MATTHEW 15 29-39
    Jesus heals many people, the feeding of the four thousand.
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    MATTHEW 16 1-12
    The leaven of the Pharisees and Sadducees.
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    MATTHEW 16 13-17
    Peter's confession
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    MATTHEW 16 18-19
    Upon this rock I build my church.
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    MATTHEW 16 20-23
    Jesus foretells his death
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    MATTHEW 16 24-28
    What shall it profit a man if he shall gain the whole world, and lose his own soul?
  • FRED HINTZE
    MATTHEW 17 1-9
    The transfiguration of Christ.
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    MATTHEW 17 10-21
    Jesus heals a boy with an unclean spirit
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    MATTHEW 17 22-27
    Payment of the tribute money
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    MATTHEW 18 1-6
    Who is the greatest in the kingdom of heaven
  • FRED HINTZE
    MATTHEW 18 12-17
    The parable of the lost sheep.
  • FRED HINTZE
    MATTHEW 18 18-27
    The parable of the unforgiving servant.
  • FRED HINTZE
    MATTHEW 18 28-35
    The parable of the unforgiving servant continued.
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    MATTHEW 18 7-12
    Woe unto the world because of offences.
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    MATTHEW 19 1-8
    The Pharisees tempt Christ over the question of divorce.
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    MATTHEW 19 16-22
    The rich young ruler.
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    MATTHEW 20 1-16
    The parable of the laborers in the vineyard.
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    MATTHEW 20 17-23
    Jesus foretells his death. The request of James and John.
  • FRED HINTZE
    MATTHEW 20 24-34
    The healing of the two blind men.
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    MATTHEW 21 1-11
    Jesus triumphal entry into Jerusalem.
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    MATTHEW 21 12-22
    The cleansing of the temple and the cursing of the fig tree.
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    MATTHEW 21 23-32
    Jesus authority questioned, the parable of the two sons.
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    MATTHEW 21 33-46
    The parable of the wicked husbandmen.
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    MATTHEW 22 1-14
    The parable of the marriage feast.
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    MATTHEW 22 15-22
    Paying taxes to Caesar.
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    MATTHEW 22 23-33
    The Sadducees question Jesus on the resurrection.
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    MATTHEW 23 1-14
    Jesus denounces the Scribes and Pharisees.
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    MATTHEW 23 32-39
    Jesus laments over Jerusalem.
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    MATTHEW 24 10-19
    Jesus warns of false prophets who will deceive many in the future.
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    MATTHEW 24 20-28
    Jesus warns of false Christs and false prophets.
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    MATTHEW 24 29-36
    The coming of the Son of Man.
  • FRED HINTZE
    MATTHEW 24 37-44
    No man knoweth the day or hour when the Son of Man cometh.
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    MATTHEW 24 45-51
    The unfaithful servant.
  • FRED HINTZE
    MATTHEW 25 1-13
    The parable of the ten virgins.
  • FRED HINTZE
    MATTHEW 25 14-30
    The parable of the talents.
  • FRED HINTZE
    MATTHEW 25 31-46
    The judgement of the nations.
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    MATTHEW 26 1-14
    The leaders plot against Jesus. The woman and the box of alabaster box of precious ointment.
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    MATTHEW 26 15-25
    Judas agrees with the chief priests to betray Jesus.
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    MATTHEW 26 26-32
    This is my blood of the new testament, which is shed for many for the remission of sins.
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    MATTHEW 26 33-39
    Jesus tells Peter he will deny him three times.
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    MATTHEW 26 39-45
    Jesus prays in the garden of Gethsemane.
  • MATTHEW 26 47-56
    The betrayal and arrest of Jesus.
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    MATTHEW 26 57-66
    Jesus before Caiaphas the high priest.
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    MATTHEW 27 11-23
    Pilate questions Jesus. Pilates wife has a dream about Jesus.
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    MATTHEW 27 35-46
    Jesus is taken to Golgotha where he is crucified.
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    MATTHEW 27 46-56
    Jesus speaks on the cross, the death of Christ.
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    MATTHEW 27 57-66
    Joseph of Arimathaea begs the body of Jesus.
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    MATTHEW 28 1-6
    The two Marys visit the garden tomb and see the angel of the Lord.
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    MATTHEW 28 16-20
    Jesus commission to the eleven disciples.
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    MATTHEW 28 7-15
    The risen Christ is seen for the first time by the two Marys.
  • Pastor Fred Hintze
    Matthew 4 V 5-12
  • Pastor Fred Hintze
    Matthew 5 V 27-30
    "Thou shalt not commit adultery"
  • Pastor Fred Hintze
    Matthew 5 V 31-32
    "Divorce..."
  • Pastor Fred Hintze
    Matthew 5 V 33-37
    "Oath taking..."
  • Pastor Fred Hintze
    Matthew 5 V 38-42
    "Taking loss and not revenge.."
  • Pastor Fred Hintze
    Matthew 5 V 43-48
    "Love you neighbour..."
  • Pastor Fred Hintze
    Matthew 6 V 9
    "The Lords Prayer..."
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