Temptations to Sin
This section is weird, it seems like it is just 3 separate things shoved together.
There will surely be temptations to sin.
Sometimes bad things are enticing, fair enough.
It would be better for you to have a millstone around your neck and thrown into the ocean than to cause a child to sin.
Don't cause children to sin, sounds like a good rule
If your brother sins against you 7 times in a day and asks for forgiveness you need to give it 7 times.
Forgive family, good rule, except it seems to be taken to an extreme here. If your brother knows you will forgive him and is taking advantage of it you can't just keep automatically forgiving him like this. On the other hand, if he is just struggling with something and you keep being there to take the brunt of it you should help him out. This seems like a good rule in some situations and a bad rule in others.
Increase Our Faith
The apostles asked Jesus to increase their faith, he replied "if you had faith like a grain of a mustard seed, you could say to this mulberry tree 'be uprooted and planted in the sea' and it would obey.
Sounds like a testable claim to me. Seriously, what would a believer say about this verse?
When you have a servant in the field doing work, when he is done do you invite him to your table to eat with you, or do you then ask him to serve you? In the same way, when you have done all that is commanded of you say "we are unworthy servants and have only done what is our duty".
I'd like to point out that there is a footnote on servant that says it should really be bondservant, which is apparently basically a slave. The most generous definition I found was a worker with no pay for 7 years. So here it is, Jesus is endorsing slavery.
Jesus Cleanses Ten Lepers
Ten lepers asked Jesus to have mercy on them, he told them to go to the priests. As they went they were cleansed and one guy went back to praise God when he realized he was healed. Jesus was like "where are the other 9 guys?" then he said "rise and go your way, your faith has made you well"
I'm not really sure I understand this story, were all 10 healed and only 1 came back to thank Jesus, or was only the 1 guy healed and Jesus is upset they didn't all thank him? Both ways seem consistent with the story the way it is written.
The Coming of the Kingdom
The Pharisees asked when the kingdom of God would come, he said it will not come with signs to be observed, the kingdom of God is in the midst of you
I don't know what that means
Then Jesus is talking to his disciples and says that at some point the kingdom of God will come, don't go looking for it. There will be lightning from one side of the sky to the other. People will be going about their normal business when the son of man is revealed. It will be like when lot left sodom or when noah entered the ark. People will just be doing their normal thing and get obliterated. There will be 2 in a bed and one will be taken and the other left.
I clearly don't understand this as I had such trouble summarizing. It seems like a bunch of random stuff to me, basically doom and gloom. I still don't really understand what the kingdom of God is supposed to be. The person in the bed who gets taken, where does he go? This seems to go against the interpretation of there being a kingdom of God on earth when Jesus gets crucified.