Welcome to your Hebrew Verses lessons reading through Matthew! The early church fathers were pretty much unanimously agreed that Matthew was originally written in Hebrew. And even though this isn't the original, this translation is going to be much closer than your English translation of a Greek translation of the original. Welcome to the Jewish world of Yeshua and his disciples.


28:11-20
~The concrete picture of doubt is a divided heart
~Internal evidence of the historical veracity of the Gospel accounts
~Baptism is a loaded word for Jewish people for a good reason
~What does "in the name of the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit" mean?
~Making disciples and Einstein's definition of insanity

28:1-10
~Rolling away the stone is the Hebrew word for revelation
~Three reasons to call Jesus "the Master" instead of "the Lord"
~The first word off Yeshua's lips after his comeback from the dead
~Linguistically and sociologically, preaching the gospel means telling a story
~Messiah told his disciples to go to Galilee and they didn't go (BACKSTORY)

27:51-66
27:33-50
27:1-32
26:57-75
26:38-56
26:1-38
25:21-46
25:11-20
(Periscope)
25:1-10 (Periscope)
24:41-51 (Periscope)
24:31-40
(Periscope)
24:21-30 (Periscope)
24:11-20 (Periscope)
24:1-10
(Periscope)
23:31-39
23:21-30
(Periscope)
23:11-20 (Periscope)
23:1-10 (Periscope)
22:38-46 (Periscope)
22:31-37 (Periscope)
22:21-30
(Periscope)
22:11-20 (Periscope)
22:1-10 (Periscope)
21:40-46 (Periscope)
21:31-39 (Periscope)
21:21-30 (Periscope)
21:11-20 (Periscope)
21:1-10 (Periscope)
20:21-34
20:11-20
(Periscope)
20:1-10 (Periscope)
19:21-30 (Periscope)
19:11-20 (Periscope)
19:1-10 (Periscope)
18:21-35 (Periscope)
18:11-20 (Periscope)
18:1-10 (Periscope)
17:21-28 (Periscope)
17:11-20 (Periscope)
17:1-10 (Periscope)
16:11-28
16:6-10 (Periscope)
16:1-5 (Periscope)
15:31-39 (Periscope)
15:26-30 (Periscope)
15:21-25 (Periscope)
15:16-20 (Periscope)
15:1-15
14:19-36
14:1-18
12:31-50
12:1-30
11:1-30
10:1-42
9:1-38
8:1-34
7:1-29
6:1-34
5:25-48
5:1-24
4:1-25
3:1-17
2:1-23
1:1-25



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Read through the Gospel of Matthew in this translation of the New Testament into Biblical Hebrew by Franz Delitzsch. Along the way you'll see the Jewish Jesus and better understand the Hebrew context of the writings of the Apostles and the early church.