Matthew's Gospel, while not chronologically first, initiates our New Testament. It bridges Old to New, introducing Jesus' Good News with respect to past figures like Abraham, David, and Isaiah, fulfilled in Jesus. With compassion, admiration, and hope, Matthew looks back and forward, extending the chosen status to all. Through this continuity, we connect and envision shared Shalom. Matthew's Gospel prompts reflection, inviting us into Jesus' restoration we might have long sought.
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