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Jesus enters into the main substance of the Sermon on the Mount. He gives the first recorded command in the Gospel, and it's the command to love. This passage reveals the preeminent-mark of any true disciple, namely, love. It is not enough to withhold vengeance from our enemies, rather, we must also seek their good in practical ways. Jesus begins H…
 
We come to the birth of the Church and in it we see some powerful and exciting events take place. But in this passage there are several ways we can go off into error because we are not careful to study and note what actually is occurring. In this multi-part series on the dawning of the Church, we will seek to let the passage say what is actually th…
 
We come to the birth of the Church and in it we see some powerful and exciting events take place. But in this passage there are several ways we can go off into error because we are not careful to study and note what actually is occurring. In this multi-part series on the dawning of the Church, we will seek to let the passage say what is actually th…
 
Jesus enters into the main substance of the Sermon on the Mount. He gives the first recorded command in the Gospel, and it's the command to love. This passage reveals the preeminent mark of any true disciple, namely, love. It is not enough to withhold vengeance from our enemies, rather, we must also seek their good in practical ways. Jesus begins H…
 
In the final chapter of the book of Habakkuk, the prophet has a face-to-face encounter with the living God that changes his entire perspective of the coming judgment through Babylon. Whereas before, the problem of evil left the prophet indignant toward God, he now sees God as He is- worthy of all praise. Yet this heart change does not simply produc…
 
In the final chapter of the book of Habakkuk, the prophet has a face-to-face encounter with the living God that changes his entire perspective of the coming judgment through Babylon. Whereas before, the problem of evil left the prophet indignant toward God, he now sees God as He is: worthy of all praise. Yet this heart change does not simply produc…
 
In the second half of Jesus' introduction to the Sermon on the Mount, He gives four -woes.- These are four curses over those who will not repent. Attached to these declarations of judgment are four characteristics -or signs- of the unredeemed heart. These marks correspond to the four beatitudes He just gave. It's a helpful passage, causing us to re…
 
The apostles watched their Lord ascend into heaven with the promise to return. They spent forty days in His presence and now He is gone. They have waiting for them the promise of the baptism of the Holy Spirit but that is not quite there. It is the in-between time for them. That time that is in-between key events, fun or exciting times, or life-cha…
 
The apostles watched their Lord ascend into heaven with the promise to return. They spent forty days in His presence and now He is gone. They have waiting for them the promise of the baptism of the Holy Spirit but that is not quite there. It is the in-between time for them. That time that is in-between key events, fun or exciting times, or life-cha…
 
In the second half of Jesus' introduction to the Sermon on the Mount, He gives four "woes." These are four curses over those who will not repent. Attached to these declarations of judgment are four characteristics (or signs) of the unredeemed heart. These marks correspond to the four beatitudes He just gave. It's a helpful passage, causing us to re…
 
Our Lord lays out a very important truth. His teaching reveals that all those who are true disciples will be hated by many. Suffering and persecution is a reality for the true Christian. Jesus gives two commands, instructing us in how we ought to respond. We are to be glad and rejoice in the day of our persecution. The motivation He gives to obey t…
 
Our Lord lays out a very important truth. His teaching reveals that all those who are true disciples will be hated by many. Suffering and persecution is a reality for the true Christian. Jesus gives two commands, instructing us in how we ought to respond. We are to be glad and rejoice in the day of our persecution. The motivation He gives to obey t…
 
In this next section of the book of Habakkuk, the prophet raises yet another complaint against the Lord. The prophet does not see how God's use of Babylon can be consistent with His own character and promises. Rather than relent of His plans to judge Judah through this wicked nation, the Lord simply reaffirms His decree to the indignant prophet. In…
 
In this next section of the book of Habakkuk, the prophet raises yet another complaint against the Lord. The prophet does not see how God's use of Babylon can be consistent with His own character and promises. Rather than relent of His plans to judge Judah through this wicked nation, the Lord simply reaffirms His decree to the indignant prophet. In…
 
Here we see Jesus begin His famous Sermon on the Mount. He begins His introduction with a series of paradoxical statements, famously known as the beatitudes. While many have thought this is a sermon on ethics, it is a sermon on salvation. It is a declaration of who is in His kingdom and who is not. In these for four statements -or beatitudes- Jesus…
 
As wonderful as the millennial kingdom will be it is still a fallen world under sin. Satan was removed but the hearts of mankind were still in rebellion. They had their glorious King present. They had the curse removed from the land. They had truth and justice rolling forth from Jerusalem. But they still loved their sin. So these must be dealt with…
 
As wonderful as the millennial kingdom will be it is still a fallen world under sin. Satan was removed but the hearts of mankind were still in rebellion. They had their glorious King present. They had the curse removed from the land. They had truth and justice rolling forth from Jerusalem. But they still loved their sin. So these must be dealt with…
 
Here we see Jesus begin His famous Sermon on the Mount. He begins His introduction with a series of paradoxical statements, famously known as the beatitudes. While many have thought this is a sermon on ethics, it is a sermon on salvation. It is a declaration of who is in His kingdom and who is not. In these four statements (or beatitudes) Jesus giv…
 
Luke gives us a summary statement of Jesus' immense popularity. Many are coming to Him for various reasons- hoping to hear Him, be healed, and be amazed. It's a passage that reflects on the people's perspective toward Jesus up to this point in His ministry. Yet, Luke masterfully places this before Jesus' Sermon on the Plain. Jesus will end that ser…
 
Jesus now gathers His twelve disciples for ministry. Among the crowd of followers, Jesus chooses twelve, very common, very ordinary men. They are imperfect and weak, yet the Lord will use them to accomplish mighty things. God is not looking for super saints to accomplish His purposes. He uses the weakness of common, ordinary men to fulfill the extr…
 
Having seen a critical shift in how Jesus presented the Kingdom of God in Matthew 13 it becomes evident that it is not going to happen in this first advent of Jesus. But the gospels do not leave us without a witness- rather, Jesus instructs His disciples, not the masses, as to what the signs would be. In this message we focus on a few chapters wher…
 
Every person has asked the question at some point in their lives- why does a good God allow evil- The book of Habakkuk gives us an answer to this question, but in a rather curious way. In this answer, we find four mysteries revealed about the actions of God in an evil world- --1.- The Mystery of God's Indifference- God's Timing is Not Our Timing.-2…
 
Jesus endures a string of three assaults by the Pharisees. Yet, here, He intentionally heightens the tension. He wants to make a very strong contrast between His way of salvation, and the way of self-righteous religion. What Jesus reveals is that a person is either with Him or against Him. There is no neutrality. For the lowly sinner, He offers gra…
 
In a key transition point in the gospel of Matthew we see a consequence of the rejection of Jesus as the Messiah-King. From this point forward He began to speak in parables and in doing so He hid the hope of the Kingdom of God from most of the listeners. He called these parables the -mysteries of the kingdom.- This sermon examines what they say and…
 
A lot of people have thoughts about what is the Kingdom of God but-seldom is there a clear sense of what the bible actually says. In the Gospels we have Jesus-making many statements about it and by looking at these passages we can see the various ways-that the King Himself describes and explains His Kingdom. The goal of this sermon is to open-the e…
 
Jesus is assaulted by false accusations on a point of Law, specifically, regarding Sabbath observance. Jesus, once again, uses the confrontation to expose the false religion of the Pharisees, but also reveal Who He is. Jesus masterfully traps the Pharisees, who are seeking to trap Him. It's a wonderful account that gives the sinner much hope in Jes…
 
This is a poignant passage revealing the uniqueness of the Gospel. It shows how Jesus' message is utterly new, and therefore, incompatible with any form of religion, or self-righteous effort. It is a passage revealing the purity of the Gospel, and that anything false corrupts its efficacy to save sinners. It is a timely message in light of a plural…
 
The Gospels open up with clear declarations of the advent of the King which the Old Testament anticipated. The King had come- But then thirty years of silence as the Baby grew and matured until it was time for His unveiling and public ministry to begin. And-immediately the message rang forth, -Repent, for the Kingdom of God is at hand.- The gospels…
 
The third chapter of the book of Nahum contains the prophet's final oracles of judgment against Nineveh, whose wound is deemed incurable. God's judgment will be harsh and exacting in every way imaginable, as they will find no relief to their destruction. Yet ultimately, Nineveh provides a foretaste of the final judgment that is to come. At the end …
 
The second chapter in the book of Nahum gives a detailed account of the destruction of Nineveh. While the prophet's focus is undoubtedly toward the downfall of Nineveh and the restoration of Israel, the broader focus takes the whole earth into account. All kings and nations will stand before their Maker and face judgment. All wayward and wicked peo…
 
The Kingdom of God is truly God's. He is the sovereign one over all. For that, the Bible is utterly clear. But how do we, as humans, see this rule and reign- Primarily it is seen in what is commonly called the Mediatorial Kingdom. Simply put it is God, working through appointed people and entities, to exercise His will and reign. To put it a differ…
 
The book of Nahum is the second of two prophecies concerning the people of Nineveh. It comes roughly 100-150 years after the prophet Jonah's message, yet it is radically different in that Nineveh's doom is sealed and Nahum's message is not one that contains the potential for hope. In fact the prophet doesn't even bring the message to the city, but …
 
This passage reveals the extent of Jesus' forgiveness. There is no sin too great and wide that He is not able and willing to forgive. We see, again, the contrast between the helpless sinner, and the self-righteous pharisee. Jesus can only heal those who know themselves to be sinners. He cannot forgive those who do not see it, or want it. It is a gr…
 
The Kingdom of God has many facets to it, making it a fascinating study for any Christian. But more importantly it reveals how God works out His sovereign rule throughout history. Therefore it becomes both the key to understanding the flow of history and-the linchpin that holds history together. In this sermon we spend time exposing the fact that a…
 
We continue in the healing section of Luke's Gospel. This is a wonderful account of Jesus' saving work, demonstrating that not only is He the Christ, but that He has come to forgive sin. We see three different groups in this account- those who hate God, the religious neutral, and true disciples. It is a straightforward account, but a clear picture …
 
There are three clear divisions within Psalm 46 showing that God is a stability to His people in the midst of a broken and chaotic world. Verses 1-3 display God as a refuge and strength during natural disaster. Verses 4-7 speak of God as a refuge and strength during political and social disaster. Verses 8-11 then reveal God as a refuge and strength…
 
The themes of judgment and salvation in the book of Micah ultimately fall against the backdrop of God's covenant faithfulness to Israel. God's covenant love is much more than a simple feeling or a disposition of kindness- it is a unique love set upon Israel as a result of God's loyalty to the covenant He made with Abraham. He not only promises to b…
 
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