We will take another look at Jesus’ marching orders found in Matthew 28:16-20 and how we can getting started in carrying them out.
In Matthew 28:16-20 Jesus gives His disciples the command to go and make disciples, a command that is just as applicable to Jesus’ disciples of today.
In Matthew 27:57-66 we see the religious leaders continuing to stand against Jesus, even as He lay dead in the tomb, but at the same time we see an obscure follower of Jesus, named Joseph, taking a bold stand for Christ.
In Matthew 27:45-56 we see Jesus’ final words from the cross.
In Matthew 27:27-44 we see that Jesus was tempted to the very end. With this we are reminded of the importance of overcoming temptation ourselves.
In Matthew 27:1-26 we are presented with the question, “Who is most responsible for Jesus being crucified?” The answer may surprise you.
In Matthew 26:69-75 we see that Peter denied Jesus three different times. What did this mean to Peter’s life? What does denying Christ mean in our own life?
In today’s passage from Matthew 26:47-68 we see Jesus’ arrest and trial unfold and in the midst of these we see not “God’s will be done” but the attitude of “my will be done.”
In Matthew 26:36-46 Jesus asks His Father to remove the cup of His sacrificial death, but adds, “nevertheless, not as I will, but as you will.”
In Matthew 26:14-35 we are reminded of God the Father’s great love, mercy, and grace in the sending of His Son Jesus to die for those who are so undeserving.
As Jesus shares in Matthew 26:1-16, we learn more about who the sheep and goats are. Some would be very surprised by these findings.
In Matthew 25:31-46 Jesus shares some very sobering truths concerning final judgment. Do you know where you’ll end up?
In Matthew 25:14-30 Jesus teaches that those who are utilizing their talents in advancement of His kingdom are those who are ready for His return.
In Matthew 24:36-25:13 Jesus shares five truths concerning His return. These truths point to the main truth: each person must be ready for Jesus’ return.
In Matthew 24:25-36 Jesus teaches His disciples that His return will be evident to everyone.
In Matthew 24:1-5 Jesus’ disicples ask about what the future holds and in response Jesus warns them not to be led astray by future dangers.
In Matthew 23:1-39 we see Jesus condeming the religous leaders of His day. As we consider this passage do we also see ourselves in this condemnation?
In Matthew 22:34-46 Jesus responds to the question, “Which commandment is greatest.” Listen to hear what He has to say.
In Matthew 22:15-22 we see the religous leaders testing Jesus in an effort to entrap Him. Their efforts demonstrate their rejection of Jesus. Have you rejected Jesus or do you have faith in Him?
In Matthew 22:1-12 Jesus shares the parable of the wedding feast. The most important question for all of us is, “Our we wearing the wedding clothes that comes through faith in Christ?”