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 21:18-22 we see Jesus cursing the fig tree. But why? Jesus is using a physical illustration of a spiritual reality, that those who fail to believe in Jesus and follow Him will be cursed and seperated from God.
In Matthew 17:1-21 we see Jesus transfigured on the mountain to help prepare His disciples for His upcoming death and resurrection.
In Matthew 14:1-21 we see two different feasts that point to two very different realities.
In today’s passage we see of Jesus’ warning for those who would reject Him and His promises for those who would recieve Him as Savior and Lord.
The sermon considers five questions that every Christian should consider regarding the sanctity of human life.
Over the last several weeks we have looked at the gospel, the good news of Jesus Christ. Today we look at the calling upon every Christian to be God’s witnesses in declaring the gospel to the world.
Man’s Fall And Punishment: This is the second message in a sermon series that is focusing on the gospel. In today’s message we will learn of man’s fall or his sin against God and the punishment that comes with sin.
God’s Creation: This is the first sermon in a seven-week series that is focused on the gospel, the good news of Jesus Christ. The gospel can also be understood as God’s plan for saving man from his sins. We’ve broken the gospel message into four important points of emphasis: (1) God’s creation, (2) man’s fall and punishment, (3) God’s gift, and (4) man’s response. Today’s message emphasizes God’s perfect creation, including the truth that of all of creation, only man is made in God’s image.