KINGDOM101: Matthew 13

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Matthew 13 is the 3rd of the five major discourses of Jesus in the gospel of Matthew. In this teaching, Henson draws from Matthew 13:10-17 to lay kingdom foundations before getting into the kingdom parables in this chapter. Through the five points of People, Parables, Promise, Problem & Privilege, you will have a broad overview of the Kingdom Operating System (kOS) and the mysteries that have already been revealed.

The Parable of the Sower in Matthew 13:1-9;18-23 is very familiar to many and not difficult to understand. That said, therein lies the challenge. And that is exactly the point of the parable and what Jesus was trying to address. Henson presents this popular parable in three parts: SOW MUCH!, SOW WHAT? and SOW HOW? Listen once more with fresh ears and right hearts. “He who has ears to hear, let him hear.”

Jesus’ second parable in Matthew 13:24-30;36-43, the Parable of the Wheat and the Tares, may contain similar elements as the first parable; but the focus is different. It is about faithful and fruitful sons of the kingdom being scattered in the world for the purposes of the kingdom, holding their own against the enemy’s agents, until the time of separation and glorification at the end of the age.

The Parables of the Mustard Seed and Leaven in Matthew 13:31-33 seem to refer to the size of the kingdom of God. But do they? In this teaching, we will see that these parables are about the extent and the effect of the kingdom of God. Henson offers practical points for the believer to apply these principles of smallness and hiddenness for kingdom impact and influence.

Through the parables in Matthew 13, Jesus gives us a glimpse, a PReVieW, of the kingdom of God. The next two parables in Matthew 13:44-46 describe the radical responses of those who discovered the treasure and the pearl of great price. Why then does not everyone respond in the same way? Henson dives more deeply to consider the PRice and the Value of the kingdom of God, leaving the individual to determine its Worth for himself or herself.

The Parable of the Dragnet in Matt 13:47-50 can be neatly summarised by two points: “all sorts” and “all sorted”. After teaching about this parable, Henson presents the main point as presented through all seven parables. But that is not the end. Instead, in the next two verses (Matt 13:51-52), there is an encore, an eighth parable, an extension, an expectation of all who hear and understand.

#93 kOS

Matthew 13 is the 3rd of the five major discourses of Jesus in the gospel of Matthew. In this teaching, Henson draws from Matthew 13:10-17 to lay kingdom foundations before getting into the kingdom parables in this chapter. Through the five points of People, Parables, Promise, Problem & Privilege, you will have a broad overview of the Kingdom Operating System (kOS) and the mysteries that have already been revealed.

#94 Sow How?

The Parable of the Sower in Matthew 13:1-9;18-23 is very familiar to many and not difficult to understand. That said, therein lies the challenge. And that is exactly the point of the parable and what Jesus was trying to address. Henson presents this popular parable in three parts: SOW MUCH!, SOW WHAT? and SOW HOW? Listen once more with fresh ears and right hearts. “He who has ears to hear, let him hear.”

#95 Side By Side

Jesus’ second parable in Matthew 13:24-30;36-43, the Parable of the Wheat and the Tares, may contain similar elements as the first parable; but the focus is different. It is about faithful and fruitful sons of the kingdom being scattered in the world for the purposes of the kingdom, holding their own against the enemy’s agents, until the time of separation and glorification at the end of the age.

#96 Hide & Seed

The Parables of the Mustard Seed and Leaven in Matthew 13:31-33 seem to refer to the size of the kingdom of God. But do they? In this teaching, we will see that these parables are about the extent and the effect of the kingdom of God. Henson offers practical points for the believer to apply these principles of smallness and hiddenness for kingdom impact and influence.

#97 PRVW

Through the parables in Matthew 13, Jesus gives us a glimpse, a PReVieW, of the kingdom of God. The next two parables in Matthew 13:44-46 describe the radical responses of those who discovered the treasure and the pearl of great price. Why then does not everyone respond in the same way? Henson dives more deeply to consider the PRice and the Value of the kingdom of God, leaving the individual to determine its Worth for himself or herself.

#98 All Sorts

The Parable of the Dragnet in Matt 13:47-50 can be neatly summarised by two points: “all sorts” and “all sorted”. After teaching about this parable, Henson presents the main point as presented through all seven parables. But that is not the end. Instead, in the next two verses (Matt 13:51-52), there is an encore, an eighth parable, an extension, an expectation of all who hear and understand.

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