By Bock, Darrell L.; Zuck, Roy B
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Nowhere is the emphasis on forgiveness and reconciliation more pronounced than in Matthew 18, the so-called Ecclesiological" or Community Discourse. Concern for the well-being of the least member of the community is stressed by Jesus' identification of Himself with a little child (v. 5). Those who for various reasons might naturally invite contempt are to be the object of solicitous concern (v. 10). If one strays from the fellowship of the community, he or she is not to be ignored or dismissed but is to be diligently sought in order to be restored (vv.
8:11). And to His disciples, at the conclusion of their last supper together, He said, "I will not drink of this fruit of the vine from now on until that day when I drink it anew with you in my Father's kingdom" (26:29). Similar material implications arise in connection with statements made about the future kingdom of the Son of Man. The existence and manifestation of this kingdom parallels Jesus' exercise of authority, so it too can be spoken of as having been present in Jesus' earthly ministry though its primary manifestation awaits His second coming.
One has already been mentioned in relation to the discussion about the future role of the Son of Man and His kingdom, referred to in 19:28. " The repetition of the number twelve is significant here, particularly since Matthew knew that Judas was no longer a member of the apostolic band (cf. "). The repeated reference to twelve draws attention to the twelve tribes, the complete company of the now scattered and dispersed nation of Israel. Jesus seems to have been saying to His disciples that He will not fail to accomplish the task ordained for Him.
A biblical theology of the New Testament by Bock, Darrell L.; Zuck, Roy B