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In my opinion one of the most important world masterpieces we can study is the Gospels in the Bible Especially the Gospel of Matthew This book continues to make a profound influence on thousands of people on the earth It is inspires teaches demands and gives us hope It sets essential guidelines for living It is the foundation for salvation Nothing else could ever be so important to all of humankind We can relate to it because it tells us about ourselves It also tells us about others It discusses the issues that we hold at the core of our society Even for non-believers the book of Matthew is the foundation for our societys moral cultural and ethical beliefs accepted practices and basic laws This book affects all people who hear it It is a fascinating literary masterpiece Beginning in the New Testament the Bible moves from strict enforcement punishment and prophecy into the glorious presentation of the Son of God He is spoken of hundreds of times in the Old Testament through symbols and prophecies -- all pointing to the future and the coming of Someone The Old Testament cannot be read without being aware of that constant promise running through each page Someone is definitely coming In opening the Gospels that Someone comes forth in the fullness of his glory and it is absolutely fascinating We get a chance to see Christ as he is Because what Christ was is what he is and what he will always be We are given a view into the depth and fullness of his character and being and life That is why the Gospels are so important to us The word gospel means good news It was the message that Jesus forgives the sins of all who trust in Him The Gospel of Matthew is the first book in the New Testament and has been called the most important book
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