Sermons on Repentance

Sermons on Repentance

Matthew

Matthew 9:1-8

Matthew 9:1-8, February 09, 2020 Hearing and Seeing  Review:  8:28-34 Demons and Pigs. When the boat arrived on the Eastern shore of the Sea of Galilee something truly odd happened, two demon possessed men came out to meet Jesus and only Jesus. They had no interaction with the others, only Jesus. A number of things stand out about their meeting with Jesus. 1) They knew who He was, 2) they feared Him, 3) they knew a time would come for…
Matthew

Matthew 6:16-34

Note: due to technical difficulties, there is not a podcast for this message. Matthew 6:16-34, December 29, 2019 Your Heart and Your Priorities Review – The Lord’s Prayer and Your Heart Can we forgive others? Can we see our sins against God no matter how small we think they are, they are greater than any sin against us. Not sure what this means – look to what Jesus told us in Mark 11:25 and the comments of Spurgeon and Scott…
Matthew

Matthew 3:1-12

Matthew 3:1-12, November 17, 2019 Brood of Vipers, Revival, Repentance, and Judgment Brood of Vipers Only two people in the Bible used the phrase brood of vipers or generation of vipers – John the Baptist and Jesus the Christ. The slide we have shows the various ways we find this phrase in various translations, a definition for a brood and the four instances where you will find the phrase spoken.   3:1 In verse one John the Baptist was preaching in…
Colossians

Colossians 3:5-17

Colossians 3:5-17, July 14, 2019 Jesus Plus Nothing = Everything, Part 3 REVIEW 2:16-17 Legalism/Judgments. Food/Drink/Religious Festivals/New Moon/Sabbath Day plus Legalism was but a shadow. A shadow doesn’t exist in and of itself. We embrace the reality not the shadow, Jesus is the reality 2:18-19 False Teachers/Angel Worship. What they have seen was used to provide authority beyond Jesus. Angel worship always demotes Christ. They deny Christ as the head of the church who nourishes, unites, and increases the church.…
Mark 6:2

Mark 6:1-30

Return, Repentance, Revenge, Report Review 5:21-24a Jairus, one of the synagogue officials, an important and respected man in the community came to Jesus with an attitude of selflessness, humility, and belief that Jesus could heal his daughter. Jesus left with him and a large crowd pressing about them. 5:24b-34 There was an interruption as they hurried to Jairus’ for Jesus to his daughter. An unclean woman touched Jesus’ garment in faith and immediately she was healed of her 12 year…