Matthew 21:23-22:46 Jesus’ authority has been and continues to be questioned and rejected by some people due to sin and unbelief, but His vindication can be seen in His death, resurrection, and final restoration.
Matthew 21:1-17 The glorious attributes of King Jesus are on display during and following His triumphal entry into Jerusalem, the beginning of the climactic ending to His first coming.
Note: There were some issues in recording the first few minutes of the sermon. Matthew 19:1-12 God created and defined the covenant of marriage, and therefore He alone sets the grounds for divorce, which He hates; nevertheless, God continues to hold out hope in the gospel for all who have disobeyed Him in this area.
Matthew 18 We come to Christ initially with child-like humility and then continue to follow Him under the loving discipline of a local church.
Matthew 17 As we behold the glories of Jesus Christ, we will become more like Him.
Matthew 16 The church is the community of people who know Jesus intimately, proclaim Jesus confidently, and obey Jesus sacrificially.
Matthew 15 Rather than superficial religion, we need supernatural regeneration based on the authority of God’s Word, for this work of God produces holiness of heart and it reaches all peoples.
Matthew 13:53-14:36 Our worship of Christ is a direct reflection of our belief in Christ. We could also put it this way: What we believe about Jesus will determine everything about how we worship Jesus.
Matthew 13 Jesus’ parables tell of a kingdom that, despite being unrecognized and rejected by some, is already accomplishing its purpose in the world, and it will one day be gloriously consummated, resulting in eternal judgment for those who reject the gospel and eternal life for those who genuinely trust in Christ and treasure His […]
Matthew 12 When we see Jesus for who He is, we can either repent and receive His mercy, or we can reject Him and experience eternal judgment.