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Dearest classes,

Here are your directions for the Matthew 16 Post.

  • Read Matthew 16
  • If necessary, use a commentary (or study Bible) to help you along the way
  • Post these questions to your blog: What do you find most confusing about Matthew 16? Why?
  • Then answer the questions using at least one complete paragraph with proper spelling, grammar, etc.

DUE: Tuesday, April 12 (PE) and Wednesday, April 13 (SC and EB)

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John the Baptist is beheaded, Jesus feeds 5,000, and Jesus walks on water.

These are the stories found in Matthew 14. Here are your directions for this post:

  • Read Matthew 14
  • Pick one story
  • What sort of emotion is evoked in you? (How does it make you feel?)
  • Find an image that captures how you feel.
  • Post it to your blog.
  • Tell your readers why you picked the photo, and describe your emotions.
  • Remember to cite your photo.

You’re not done yet! Be sure to answer the poll in the previous post regarding Jesus asking Peter to walk on water too.

DUE: Wednesday, April 06 (PE) and Thursday, April 07 (SC and EB)

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In Matthew 14, Jesus walks on water, and the disciples think He’s a ghost. Jesus tries to assure them He is actually the fleshy Jesus. Testing Him, Peter has this fantastic idea and suggests that he walk on water too.

I’m not sure that’s what I would have suggested. Rather, I would’ve said something like, “Scoop up some water, pour it over your head, and let me set if it goes right through you!” But Peter being Peter just spurts out the first thing that pops into his mind.

Now, imagine you’re Peter. Jesus asks you to, “Come.” Now answer the poll below.

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