Sermons on Matthew
What does it mean to be pure in heart? What does it mean to see God?
The Attributes of Mercy The Demonstrations of Mercy The Promise of Mercy
1) What Does it Mean to Hunger and Thirst for Righteousness? 2) Why are Those who Hunger and Thirst for Righteousness Blessed? 3) How Do I Cultivate a Hunger and Thirst for Righteousness?
The Characteristics of Meekness The Pursuit of Meekness The Blessing of Meekness The Glory of Meekness
To be Poor in Spirit means: To recognize your helpless condition To cry out to God for mercy
The Happiness Jesus Offers is better the the World’s Happiness because: It rests on Spiritual Realities, not Material Realities It focuses on a Transformed Heart, not Modified Behavior It is Enduring, not Circumstantial
Jesus’s Voice Raised the Young Man in Nain from the Dead Jesus’s Voice Raised Jairus’s Little Girl from the Dead Jesus’s Voice Raised Lazarus from His Tomb Jesus’s Voice from the Cross Raised Some Saints form the Graves Jesus’s Voice will One Day Raise You and I from the Dead
Our Facebook Live Sunday morning message is below (scroll down). Here are 3 worship songs with lyrics you can sing before or after. The songs will play one after another: The antidote for worry found in Matthew 6:25-34… 1) Know God As Your Father (Matt. 6:25-26) 2) Know that you are not God (Matt. 6:27-30) 3) Know What is Most Important (Matt. 6:31-34) Contact the church office email@example.com if you have not received our e-mails about other ways to be ministered…
What is your reaction to Jesus this Christmas? 1) Hostility (Herod) – Matthew 2:1-2, 7-8 2) Indifference (Chief Priests & Scribes) – Matthew 2:3-6 3) Worship (Wise Men) – Matthew 2:9-12
In the “Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe,” Mr. Tumnus tells Lucy, “There is a curse in Narnia. It is always winter. Never Christmas.” Maybe you look at your life, and you feel that it is always winter but never Christmas. Maybe you are simply in a season of your life where you feel that it is always winter but never Christmas. When Aslan came back to Narnia, the curse of the White Witch that had frozen the land began…