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Everything listed under: Gospel of Matthew

  • When Jesus isn't what you Expected

    When Jesus isn't What You ExpectedThink back to when you were being recruited to go to your University to play your sport.You had all these hopes and dreams and expectations for what being a collegiate athlete would be. You could see yourself hoisting the National Championship trophy or breaking personal and school records. Before you knew it you were signing a letter of intent based upon these expectations. Fast forward a few years and you are benched unable to help your team, or you got i...  Read More...

  • Prince of Peace?

    So there's this promise in the Bible, specifically in the book of Isaiah about a coming King and it goes something like this... "For to us a child is born, to us a son is given, and the government will be on his shoulders. And he will be called Wonderful Counselor, Mighty God, Everlasting Father, Prince of Peace. (7) Of the greatness of his government and peace there will be no end.   Read More...

  • The Good News

    The Good NewsWhat was Jesus' main teaching?If you could take all of Jesus' teachings and boil them down to one central message, what would that message be?... love?...Forgiveness?...Charity?... Social Justice?The truth is, all of these things were major parts of the message of Jesus but none of them were what Jesus was all about.   Read More...

  • The Gospel of Matthew

    The Gospel of Matthew. It's here, in this first book of the New Testament, that a new figure in the Biblical narrative emerges...a Rabbi from Nazareth named Jesus. At the conclusion of the Old Testament we find Israel and the world in a state of utter hopelessness. Israel was to be an example to all the nations of how to love God and love others. They were to point all nations to the one true and loving God, but they failed miserably.   Read More...