Interpretation Project

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Interpretation Project 1 Step 1: What is the central message of each episode? | Matthew 24:36–44 | Matthew 24:45–51 | Matthew 25:1–13 | The point of this episode is that the Lord will come back and no one but God the father will no when. Not even the Angels will know. We will not know the hour that he will come. We are to be ready at all times for his return, for he will return at a time we would not expect. | This episode talks about Christians as servants to the Lords house. It teaches that we are to remain diligent in his teachings and always be prepared. We are not to give up on his return and given in to evil ways. He has told us that when he returns will be a surprise. | This episode continues to emphasize being prepared at all times. It also lets us know that we must be prepared ourselves that others cannot be prepared for us. We must not tarry or take lightly God requires of us. | Step 2: What is the gospel writer trying to communicate to his readers by the way he connects the 3 stories together? | Matt 24:36–44; Matt 24:45–51; Matt 25:1–13 The connection appears to be clear. The writer connects that the coming of Jesus is going to happen. We won’t know when, but it will happen. No matter what we do we, are to stay prepared, stay faithful, be vigilent. Jesus will return and we won’t know when. If we are not prepared we will miss out. We will be left behind. The first part establishes that he is coming. “The elect of God are scattered abroad; there are some in all places, and all nations; but when that great gathering day comes, there shall not one of them be missing”. (Matthew Henry, Christianity.com). In second part we are warned about our behavior. Are we ready for him? He eats and drinks with the drunken, he unites himself to the world and partakes in its ways; he smites his fellow-servants at his will. Such is the effect of…...

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