Messages

Matthew

Matthew

Feb 2017 - Apr 2020
Sermons in this series
Sun, Apr 26, 2020
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1 hr 34 mins 44 secs
Most Christians have heard about the Great Commission. But do we really understand what it actually is? And do we understand how important it is for us to be engaged in it?
Sun, Apr 12, 2020
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1 hr 41 mins 26 secs
The testimony of those who were witnesses to the resurrection is very compelling evidence. Considering the effect the fact of the resurrection had on them, we should be encouraged. And we should allow the resurrection to be that which brings new hope and new life to each of us
Sun, Mar 22, 2020
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1 hr 5 mins 21 secs
We most often focus our conversation on the death and resurrection of Christ. But let’s not forget that between the death and resurrection is His burial. According to each of the gospel writers and Paul's gospel confession in 1 Corinthians 15, that is no insignificant matter. Yet we know little about His burial, and perhaps think even less of its significance. Christ's burial assures us of the good news in His death. That's why the gospel writers include it in the story of Christ. How do they portray Christ's burial as good news?
Sun, Mar 15, 2020
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53 mins 29 secs
God has opened the way into His presence! So effectively is the way opened that God tells us to come boldly before Him in Hebrews 4:16 - as long as we come the way of Christ. Christ declared that He alone is the way to the Father. Through Him we find welcome into the presence of the Creator. The last gasp of Jesus on the cross opens the way to God forever. That's the testimony of the Gospel writers, and the agreement of the other biblical writers. The meaning of Christ’s death revolves around the way to God being opened.
Sun, Mar 08, 2020
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54 mins 56 secs
Our study today is about the ultimate abandonment. It’s the abandonment of the Son of God. When Jesus hung on the cross, He was utterly abandoned – not just by His enemies but by His own Father God. That folks, is the ultimate abandonment. Jesus knows what it’s like to be feel and be abandoned. It was the most painful thing He had to endure as a human being. And yet because of His abandonment, we don’t ever have to feel abandoned again.
Sun, Mar 01, 2020
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58 mins 41 secs
Jesus endured the mockery of men in His own time. And though we like to think of our era as more enlightened than the era Jesus walked the planet, the scorn of men toward Christ and the gospel has not changed. The great irony is that the One mocked is the only hope for sinful men. Even mockers have hope in Christ. How can that be the case?
Sun, Feb 23, 2020
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48 mins 16 secs
Some people wonder why Jesus was silent before his accusers before he was crucified. They wonder why He didn’t defend Himself against the false accusations leveled against Him. Why was Jesus silent when He could have defended Himself and silenced His accusers? Listen to this message for the answer.
Sun, Feb 02, 2020
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58 mins 3 secs
Guilt destroys us until we leave it at the cross. In spite of Gods provision for our guilt through Christ, most people refuse the way of the cross and choose to deal with guilt in their own way. Is there really a way to deal with guilt so we can put it behind us and live the way God intended for us to live?
Sun, Jan 26, 2020
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Today we come face to face with a passage which speaks of our weakness in sin, and it speaks of the agony of our Savior. But thank God it also speaks in an inexpressible and quite a unique way of the love and mercy of our Lord Jesus Christ.
Sun, Jan 19, 2020
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What do you think about the trial and execution of Jesus? Was this a miscarriage of justice or was this the willing sacrifice of the Son of God for us? Was this the most evil thing mankind has ever done or was it the most loving thing our God has ever done? Hopefully this study will clarify these issues for each of us and help us decide what our response should be.