GOSPEL COMPARISON © The Psalm 119 FoundationThe gospel accounts of Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John are similar in many ways.  They share the "good news" of the kingdom of G-d and of the King, the Messiah Yeshua, who has come to reconcile His people to G-d.  There are some significant differences in the details and manner in which this news is delivered. 

The brief outline below contains the unique facets of each of the gospel writings.

 

  Matthew Mark Luke John
Yeshua is The Messiah King The Suffering Servant The Son of Man The son of G-d
The writer was A Jewish teacher A Jewish storyteller A Gentile historian A Jewish theologian
The major message is Yeshua is the Messiah because He fulfilled the prophecies of the Tanakh. Yeshua backed up His words with actions. Yeshua was G-d but came in human flesh. Yeshua came in human flesh but was fully G-d.
The book's emphasis is on Yeshua's sermons and words Yeshua's miracles and actions Yeshua's humanity Yeshua's diety and teaching
The original readers were: Jews Gentile unbelievers Greek believers Jewish and gentile believers

 

 

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וירא (Vayera)

 

 

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Yom Rishon, 12 Cheshvan, 5779

Sunday, October 21, 2018

 

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