Sermons from November 2022
What would you do if an angel appeared to you, gave you a message, and then you saw two distinct miracles accomplished before your eyes? Zechariah experiences this and his response was to break out in a poem or song of praise to God. Let us see what we can learn from this song of praise.
For the Christian, knowing that Jesus is returning, how do we prepare for His coming? In the final verses of Matthew’s Gospel, we see the answer. What does Jesus command as the Christian’s plan of attack? To go and make disciples. Consider with us what this means and how Jesus says to accomplish it.
The bodily resurrection of Jesus is the central point of Christianity. But many are unaware of just how central this belief is for Christians or the many reasons why Christians believe something that is so extraordinary. Matthew helps show us the “why” and the “how” of the resurrection.
In His death, Jesus took our sin and the curse of sin on Himself. As He did so, He fully payed the price so that we could have direct access to and a relationship with God the Father through Jesus. Matthew helps us to understand how this happened by detailing the last moment’s of Christ’s life on the Cross.