Questions for the Week

  1.  Peter's confession in Matthew 16:16, where he says, "You are the Messiah, the Son of the living God," is a pivotal moment. How does this confession shape the disciples' understanding of Jesus and, by extension, our own understanding of his role in our lives? What does it mean for us to acknowledge Jesus as the Messiah?  

2.  In Matthew 23:1-12, Jesus criticizes the religious leaders for their hypocrisy. How does              this passage challenge us to examine our own motives and authenticity in our faith? What
     lessons can we draw from Jesus' teachings on humility and servant leadership?

3.  In Matthew 23:23, Jesus rebukes the religious leaders for neglecting justice, mercy, and 
     faithfulness while focusing on tithing. How can we, as contemporary believers, avoid falling
     into a similar trap of emphasizing religious practices over the essential values of justice and

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