By Bock, Darrell L.; Zuck, Roy B
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Because of this those who witnessed Jesus' ministry and heard His message were at the same time confronted with a call to submit to the rule and reign of God, to enter, in that sense, into the kingdom of God, where those who are God's servants carry out His will. Seen in this light, the announcement of John the Baptist that the kingdom of God was near or close at hand (engiken, 3:2),1' is also understandable. John sought to prepare people to hear and respond to the message and ministry of Jesus by calling for repentance.
In answer to His disciples' question about the Pharisees and their scruples Jesus said, "Leave them; they are blind guides" (v. 14). But as a prefatory word to the pronouncement of the sevenfold woe on the scribes and Pharisees, Matthew recorded these words of Jesus "to the crowds and to his disciples: `The teachers of the law and the Pharisees sit in Moses' seat. So you must obey them and do everything they tell you"' (23:1-3). Later in the same chapter is a statement in line with the affirmations of 5:17-20.
Some go so far as to say that Matthew regarded this ministry to Israel portrayed in chapter 10 as an era that is past. " Israel had her opportunity to listen and respond to the message of Jesus and the disciples, as chapter 10 shows. But for the most part Israel turned a deaf ear (as Matthew's gospel also demonstrates), and so she was set aside as an object of mission. That such a view is an incorrect interpretation of the missionary message of Matthew's gospel will be set forth subsequently when the place of Israel in the plan of God is considered.
A biblical theology of the New Testament by Bock, Darrell L.; Zuck, Roy B