Messages from the Book of Matthew
The Call to Repentance: John the Baptist stood between two ages, just as we do today. Whenever such a transition is upon us, the call to repentance takes on even more meaning. This study will help us be prepared for the transitions that are upon us.
The Removing of Shakeable Things: Jesus spoke clearly of the days in which we live. He reminded us in many ways to build on the rock of his truth so that we would not be shaken. This message highlights the era in which we live, and how to remain on unshaken.
Understanding Our Kingdom Role: In the series of warnings about watchfulness in Matthew 25, Jesus gives a clear outline of the absolute need to be watchful, the consequences of not being watchful, and his plan to exalt the actions of his people on the last day. This study reveals the importance of the Kingdom role his people play.
Making the Most of our Opportunities: While the apostle Paul taught us that all Christians must appear before the judgment seat of Christ, it is this parable that tells us, at least in part, the criterion that Jesus will use as he pronounces judgment. This issue is not saving faith, since all Christians are saved, but rather how we responded to Christ's love in our lives.
Acknowledging the King: When Herod, the Priests, and the Teachers of the Law ignored the birth of Immanuel, His Father made certain that the very leaders who were charged with recognizing royal authority in Parthia would come and testify that the King was born.
The Life in His Blood: The Church is losing sight of the importance of Jesus' blood shed for us. The blood is far more than a metaphor. It is the source of forgiveness, healing, and life.
Building on Repentance 3: According to Hebrews 6, repentance is a foundation doctrine. This study will help us examine our foundation so that it can bear the weight of the outpouring of God's grace.
Building on Repentance: According to Hebrews 6, repentance is a foundation doctrine. This study will help us examine our foundation so that it can bear the weight of the outpouring of God's grace.
The Kingdom Ever Grows: Jesus clearly taught that the Kingdom would always grow on this earth, not diminish. Randy explains what this means today, and how we can participate in the Kingdom.
When the Salt Loses Its Saltiness: The election of 2012 presents clear moral choices to Christians. If they do not vote their morals, they are losing their saltiness. Randy explains what Jesus says about this.
Turning the Key: Jesus has given his Church great authority, however much of his Church doesn't know how to turn the key in the lock. This study is designed to increase our authority on earth as Jesus intended.
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