Sermons on Matthew
Betrayal is always a painful experience. Yet our very salvation we enjoy comes to us through the pain of betrayal.
The Christmas story is told from four perspectives- all of which enlarge our understanding of what God was doing through birth of Jesus. Ultimately, their goal is more than information, but to lead us to a place of belief.
A simple story about a shepherd and a sheep that wanders off is a powerful illustration Jesus uses to teach the heart of God. It will also shape your heart.
What do you do when God prompts you to do something bigger than you? If you feel inadequate for the journey ahead, this message will be a helpful reminder of God’s provision.
Most of us operate out of the assumption that mercy has limits. Jesus turns that thinking upside down in a conversation with Peter.
Jesus invitation to Matthew to “follow him” is stunning on multiple levels. But the invitation to Matthew opens up the way for broken people like us to do the same.
Being angry is like being intoxicated. It makes us do things we wouldn’t ordinarily do. So how do we handle our emotions in a godly way?