M A T T H E W.
In this chapter, we have, I. Christ changing his
quarters, leaving Galilee, and coming into the coasts of Judea,
ver. 1, 2. II. His dispute
with the Pharisees about divorce, and his discourse with his
disciples upon occasion of it, ver.
3-12. III. The kind entertainment he gave to some little
children which were brought to him, ver. 13-15. IV. An account of what passed
between Christ and a hopeful young gentleman that applied himself
to him, ver. 16-22. V.
His discourse with his disciples upon that occasion, concerning the
difficulty of the salvation of those that have much in the world,
and the certain recompence of those that leave all for Christ,