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Care to Share | Matthew 25: 34-46 Part 2 of 3

Care to Share | Matthew 25: 34-46 Part 2 of 3

We are currently embarking on a three part study of Jesus' words found in Matthew 25: 34-46 from the message entitled "Care to Share." Below is the outline we are working from. I hope this study will be a blessing to you. Last time we left off with the sub point The caring shared their cups with the King under main point II

Care to Share Matt. 25: 34-46

I) The Reward for the Righteous, vs. 34

A) The time of the reward, vs. 34a

B) The terms of the reward, vs. 34b

C) The treasure of the reward, vs. 34c

II) The Reason for the Reward, vs. 35-36

A) The caring shared chow with the King, vs. 35a

B) The caring shared cups with the King, vs. 35b

C) The caring shared covering with the King, vs. 35c

D) The caring shared clothing with the King, vs. 36a

E) The caring shared concern with the King, vs. 36b

F) The caring shared compassion with the King, vs. 36a

III) The Reaction from the Righteous, vs. 37-39

A) The first reactive question, vs. 37

B) The second reactive question, vs. 38

C) The third reactive question, vs. 39

IV) The Response from the King, vs. 40

A) The response is an answer, vs. 40a

B) The response is an analogy, vs. 40b

V) The Retribution of the Regardless, vs. 41

A) The regardless are cursed, vs. 41a-b

B) The regardless are condemned, vs. 41c; 46a

VI) The Reason for their Retribution, vs. 42-43

VII) The Reaction of the Regardless, vs. 44

VIII) The Response from the King, Vs 45-46

Care to Share | Matthew 25: 34-46 Part 2 of 3

Care to Share Matt. 25: 34-46

Chow, cups and then notice these righteous sheep also shared their covering or housing with the King. Verse 35 thirty-five: “for I was hungry and you gave Me food; I was thirsty and you gave Me drink; I was a stranger and you took Me in... (emphasis mine). They cared to share their hospitality with the King. Taking care of the needy has always been on the heart of Almighty God. In response to the meaningless fasting of the rebellious Jews, through the prophet Isaiah, God asks, “Is this not the fast that I have chosen:
To loose the bonds of wickedness,
To undo the heavy burdens,
To let the oppressed go free,
And that you break every yoke?
Is it not to share your bread with the hungry,
And that you bring to your house the poor who are cast out;
When you see the naked, that you cover him,
And not hide yourself from your own flesh” (Is. 58: 6-7)?

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