Take no thought for tomorrow; for tomorrow shall take thought for the things of itself. Matthew 6:34— Bible
Most Powerful Matthews quotations
Repent, for the Kingdom of Heaven is near.
Thou shalt call his name Jesus. He shall save his people from their sins.
Go therefore and make disciples of all the nations
There are five Gospels: Matthew, Mark, Luke, John and the Christian.
Most people will never read the first four.
The Law found more than it lost when Christ said, ‘Love your enemies and pray for those who persecute you, so that you may be sons of your Father who is in heaven’ (Matthew 5:44-45). This most important commandment summarizes in a word the universal discipline of patience, since it does not allow us to do evil even to people who deserve it.
All my authority in heaven and on earth has been given to me.
Prepare ye the way of the Lord.
I feel it is time that I also pay tribute to my four writers, Matthew, Mark, Luke and John.
We go from Malachi to Matthew in one page of our scriptures, but that one piece of paper that separates the Old Testament from the New Testament represents 400 years of history - 400 years where there wasn't a prophet, 400 years where God's voice wasn't heard. And that silence was broken with the cry of a baby on Christmas night.
No man can serve two masters. Matthew 6:24
For by your words you will be acquitted, and by your words you will be condemned. Matthew 12:37
The fundamental basis of this Nation's law was given to Moses on the Mount.
The fundamental basis of our Bill of Rights comes from the teachings which we get from Exodus and St. Matthew, from Isaiah and St. Paul.
Do unto others as you would have others do unto you. Matthew 7:12
The most important sign in Matthew has to be the restoration of the Jews to the land in the rebirth of Israel.
It takes quite a spine to turn the other cheek.
It takes phenomenal fortitude to love your enemy. It takes firm resolve to pray for those who persecute you. (with reference to Matthew 5)
He was born a King. The wise men came from the East and asked, 'Where is He that is born King of the Jews?' (Matthew 2:2). He died a King. In Greek, in Latin, and in Hebrew the description was written above His cross, 'This is Jesus, The King' (Matthew 27:37)
The only thing growing faster than the federal government's deficit is Chris Matthews' man-crush on Barack Obama.
And now, I still really don't care that much but now I have music playing all the time at home, which is a first for me. Whatever. Everything from Ani DiFranco to Dave Matthews to Jack Johnson and Norah Jones.
It is tough to say what has influenced me the most because I know that Mozart makes me think better, but you cannot beat Dave Matthews for feeling good!
So, in the course of events, I had an opportunity to come in contact with Colin Matthews, through the Rex Foundation sponsoring recordings of various music that was being recorded over there.
When I was in high school, The Dave Matthews Band was a local band, and that was the first time I was starting to connect with a live band that was something that wasn't on the radio or TV.
I go to St. Matthews in Pacific Palisades, an Episcopal Church.
I am who I am because of Dave Matthews Band
At the moment I really love listening to the Dave Matthews Band.
Trying to be a first-rate reporter on the average American newspaper is like trying to play Bach's St Matthew Passion on a ukulele: The instrument is too crude for the work, for the audience and for the performer.
I think Chris Matthews is a very bright guy. I'd listen to him even if he didn't shout at people.
He has told us to pray, 'Thy will be done on earth, as it is in heaven' (Matthew 6:10). And if we have ever prayed that prayer and meant it-even once-we have ourselves shut the door on thousands of things for which we might foolishly ask.
Chris Matthews is so nuts that if he ate a snickers bar it would be cannibalism.
It is far better to be happy than to have your bodies act as graveyards for animals. Accordingly, the apostle [St.] Matthew partook of seeds, nuts and vegetables, without meat.
Here lies Matthew Mudd, Death did him no hurt;
When alive he was only Mudd, But now he's only dirt.
It has to do with seeing God. “Blessed are the pure in heart, for they shall see God” (Matthew 5:8).
All serious art, music, literature is a critical act.
It is so, firstly, in the sense of Matthew Arnold's phrase: "a criticism of life." Be it realistic, fantastic, Utopian or satiric, the construct of the artist is a counter-statement to the world.
In Rome, I loved seeing the Caravaggios.
There are churches in Rome that have Caravaggios, and there's one, not far from Piazza Navona, that has the best, I think: St. Matthew with the money.
Remind me again what's wrong with Dave Matthews?" "Basically everything, except technical proficiency," Walter said. "Right." "But maybe especially the banality of the lyrics. 'Gotta be free, so free, yeah, yeah, yeah. Can't live without my freedom, yeah yeah.' That's pretty much every song.