By Roy Zuck;Darrell Bock
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Matthew, for example, includes an account of events connected with the birth of Jesus, aspects of His life in public ministry, and His death. Like most biographies, it provides insight into its subject not simply by chronicling the words and deeds that were a part of that life but also by interpreting their significance for the reader. Unlike most modern biographies, however, the Gospels are relatively brief. Matthew, for example, devoted several extended sections of his gospel to Jesus' teaching, but each can be read in a few minutes' time.
The superiority of Christ to David is certainly affirmed here, and the implication of Christ's deity, in view of the play on "Lord," is seen as well. That Matthew saw divine prerogatives associated with the title "Lord" are clear from two passages concerned with Jesus as the Judge who determines individuals' destinies. According to 7:22, many will profess allegiance to Jesus and be numbered among His followers but they will ultimately be banished from His presence. ' Then I will tell them plainly, `I never knew you.
Again, each writer recorded a different form of address consistent with what was used earlier: for Luke it is "Master" (Luke 9:33); for Mark, "Rabbi," a synonym for "Teacher" (Mark 9:5); and Matthew used "Lord" (Matt. 17:4). " This title acknowledges both Jesus' authority and the responsibility disciples have to obey His commands (28:20). OTHER DESIGNATIONS AND ROLES This brief survey of names and titles or designations given to Jesus in the gospel of Matthew is not intended to suggest that understanding these alone will give exhaustive insight into His character and person.
A Biblical Theology of the New Testament by Roy Zuck;Darrell Bock