Matthew 11 Although followers of Christ may experience doubt, we must trust in and submit to the truths of God’s Word concerning who Jesus is and what He has provided for us in the gospel.
This series examines the broader themes in Matthew like God’s character, Jesus as the fulfillment of the Old Testament’s promises for a Messiah, and the importance of internal integrity over external behavior. Laying out practical application points like the need for salvation, baptism, and repentance, this sermon series provides the groundwork for a clear explanation of the Gospel.
Matthew 9:35-10:42 After having looked at the truly encouraging news of the authority of Jesus in His teaching, preaching, and healing in the last several chapters, it would be a mistake to conclude that this good news is meant solely for us. The reality is that there’s a world around us suffering amid sin and […]
Matthew 9:1-34 Matthew has already shown us in chapter 8 that Jesus has authority over disease—leprosy, paralysis, and fevers are all His servants. He also has authority over disciples, disasters, and demons. And all this is good news for followers of Christ. We trust in His authority over all these things and we rejoice in […]
Matthew 8 Matthew shows us in these chapters that Jesus possesses absolute authority in the world and warrants absolute allegiance from the world.
Matthew 5-7 Even though we may have an idea of what a Christian should look like, Jesus has already painted the picture, and it’s for succeeding generations to make sure their conception of the Christian life matches the one painted on the Galilean hillside long, long ago. And it’s to that portrait we look this […]
Matthew 4:12-25 Two simple words: Follow Me. This is the life-changing call of Jesus in Matthew 4:12-25. This passage helps us see what it means to follow Jesus at the most basic level. In response to this passage, we should be asking ourselves the question, “Am I following Him?” No more important question can be […]
Matthew 4:1-11 No Christian is immune to temptation. Many of you struggled with it today, gave in to it yesterday, and will wrestle against it tomorrow.
Matthew 3:1-17 When Christ came to save us, He had to pay the penalty for our sins by His death on the cross. But that is not enough—He must also deal with the effects of sin within us. Salvation involves restoring the beauty that has been devastated by sin. Jesus came to demonstrate the Law […]
Matthew 2:1-23 Matthew uses a lot of references from the Old Testament. He is pointing out that everything has been about Jesus. There is not a divide between the God of the OT and the God of the NT. This has been the plan all along. What has been promised is now being fulfilled. We […]
Matthew 1:18-25 The incarnation of Jesus teaches us how to approach him and what it cost to be with us.