Matthew Chapter 5

The Kingdom

Teaching of the Kingdom, much of the truths pointing to the Millennium, as well as its import to us. See ch 5,6,&7. The leading principle of kingdom in the world to come is righteousness.

Matthew 5:1-48 (P)

Isaiah 11:2-5

Jeremiah 23:5,6

Jeremiah 33:14-16

Luke 9:11

JND v11, pp179

JND v11, pp302

JND Collected writings.

Christ Instructing His Disciples about the Completion of the Age

The glad tidings of the kingdom shall be preached to the whole world. See scripture link in Mark 13:10. See main references below in Psalm 94-100, Matt.5-7,144,000 in Rev.7:1-17 & 14:1-5,12,2 witnesses in Rev.11:1-13,and everlasting glad tidings in Rev.14

Matthew 5:1-48

See also chs. 6&7. Note that the Lord presented the truth of the kingdom for His own people, and for our gain ,as well as teaching related to the glad tidings of the kingdom for the future day.

Psalms 94:2

Psalms 95:2,5

Psalms 96:1

Psalms 97:2

Psalms 98:2

Psalms 99:1

Psalms 100:2

Isaiah 40:9

Isaiah 42:6-7 (P)

Matthew 24:14 (P,M)

See below the range of the glad tidings that will be presented in the coming time of tribulation to secure many for the future day.

Mark 13:10

Link with Matt. 24:14.

Romans 10:18

Report is gone out into all the earth.

Romans 11:26

All Isreal shall be saved.

Romans 11:27-29

The new covenant and glad tidings will be presented to Isreal in the future.

Revelation 7:1-8

144,000 sealed out of every tribe who may well be used to have part in the proclamation of the glad tidings of the kingdom.

Revelation 7:9-17

Possibly the result of the glad tidings of the kingdom.

Revelation 11:3-13

Testimony of the 2 witnesses.

Revelation 14:1-5,12

More details of the 144,000.

Revelation 14:6

The everlasting glad tidings proclaimed by the angel flying in mid-heaven.

JT v48, pp457

The Kingdom

Christ speaks to His people of the kingdom of God and healed those in need. See many references in Matt 5,6 and 7, and healing in Isaiah 29:18.

Matthew 5:1-48

See also chs. 6 and 7.

Isaiah 29:18

Healing for the blind and needy.

Luke 9:11 (M)

Matthew 5:3 (G)

Isaiah 66:2

Poor in sprit.

Matthew 5:4 (G)

Isaiah 57:15 (P)

Isaiah 66:2

Mourn, contrite

Matthew 5:5 (G)

Psalms 37:11


Matthew 5:6 (G)

Psalms 42:2


Matthew 5:6 (G)

Isaiah 55:1


No man shall see me and live. Contrast in 5 links (but seeing God would only be through the Mediator).

Matthew 5:8


Exodus 33:20-23 (G)

Psalms 17:15


John 1:18

1 Corinthians 13:12

Seeing all things clearly as with Christ.

2 Corinthians 4:6

The glory of God in the face of Jesus Christ.

1 Timothy 6:16

Revelation 22:4


I will write upon him the name of my God, and the name of the city of my God. See links below.

Matthew 5:8

Psalms 17:15

1 Corinthians 13:2

1 John 3:2

Revelation 3:12 (G)

Revelation 7:3

Revelation 14:1

Revelation 22:4

JT v48, pp425,427,430

No one has seen God at any time.

Matthew 5:8

Exodus 33:20-23

Psalms 17:15

John 1:18 (G)

1 Corinthians 13:12

1 Timothy 6:16

Revelation 22:4

Contrast to not seeing God at any time. We will see Him through the Mediator (see 2 Cor. 4:6.1 Tim.2:5.

They shall see God. See most references in Exodus 33:20-23.

Matthew 5:8 (G)

Exodus 33:20-23

Beholding God's face.

Matthew 5:8

Exodus 33:20-23

Psalms 17:15 (G)

John 1:18

1 Corinthians 13:12

1 Timothy 6:16

Revelation 22:4

JND v11, pp137

JND Collected wtitings.

Christ's first coming. "Lo I come (in the roll of the book) to do O God thy will". See Psalm 40:6-8.The volume of the book sets out the Messiah in the bible.

Matthew 5:17-18 (P)

Psalms 40:6-8

Isaiah 42:21 (P)

Hebrews 10:5-7 (P)

Matthew 5:17-19 (G)

Isaiah 42:21

Christ perfectly magnified the law.