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Romans 13:8-14: Night & Day

Christians are called to love people in a way that’s different to the rest of the world. The apostle Paul says that our motivation to do so comes from an understanding of the present time. This passage unpacks for us what this time is and what difference it makes to how we live.

Ecclesiastes 9:2-12: How to Die Well

Death is an uncomfortable subject, and most of the time we do our best to avoid even mentioning the word. But the reality is that we will all die one day, mostly likely at a time unknown to us. What can we do to prepare for the inevitable? The Bible tells us that there is a way to die well.

Matthew 26:17-30: The Last Passover and the First Lord’s Supper

With the substitutionary death of Jesus, the Lord’s supper becomes the Christian version of the Jewish Passover. In what Jesus did, He was fulfilling 1400 years of expectations, promises and prophecies. He was also giving the new church community, his followers, a means by which they could remember and respond to the sacrifice He would make for their sins.

Matthew 26:1-16: Plotting and Anointing

In this passage we see two contrasting understandings of who Jesus is and these result in two very different actions toward him. These understandings are representative of how all people view Jesus, in one of these two ways. Which view do you hold?

Matthew 25:31-46: The Ultimate Divide

What is the last thing Jesus emphasizes in His final sermon before going to the cross to die? He said that when He comes again, he will separate and judge all the people’s of the earth into two categories: the righteous and the wicked. But the Bible tells us that we all begin in the category of the wicked, so how can be move to become righteous?

Matthew 24:45 – 25:30: Kingdom Capitalism

Any financial investor can tell you that there is no such thing as a sure investment. Something can always go wrong. But what if there were a sure-fire investment that could not fail. In that case, a person would be a fool not to take advantage of the opportunity. In Matthew 24-25, Jesus tells us of a certain investment that is guaranteed by the all-knowing and all-powerful God – it cannot fail.