Matthew 8-9 questions

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Questions for Reflection:

Matthew 8 – Read or Listen

Matthew 8:1-17 
Account for Jesus’ fame (See 4:24-25)? What does the centurion
understand about Jesus’ authority?

Matthew 8:18-34
When have you been convinced of the supernatural power of God?
What has been your response?

Matthew 9 – Read or Listen

Matthew 9:1-8
How would you answer Jesus’ question in verse 5? Does the crowd
think Jesus is blaspheming?

Matthew 9:9-17
Describe rapport between Jesus and sinners. Why is this possible?
Is your situation old or new? Why? How do you handle it?

Matthew 9:18-38
In what terms do the people approach Jesus in this passage and
state their requests?  How would you approach Jesus if you needed healing? Why?

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