Sermons on Jesus
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Matthew 5:5 Meek? What even is that? Is that the timid? Or maybe the powerless? Well, no, actually Jesus was a perfect picture of Meekness, and God is actively making us look like Jesus in this area too! So what is meekness?
Matthew 5:1-2 Matthew records for us the greatest Sermon ever preached, with much to teach us about the kingdom of God.
Matthew 3:13-17 Jesus humbly presents Himself before John specifically to be baptized. His ministry begins with confirmation from heaven.
John 7:37-39 Jesus issues a open invitation, actually a command, to all who are spiritually thirsty. Come! Feel free to like and share our content!
Matthew 27:11-26 Jesus was an innocent man condemned to died for the crimes of insurection and treason, though the real insurrectionist and treasonous man was set free because Jesus was nailed to Barabbas cross instead of Barabbas. Feel free to like and share our content!
Colossians 1:24-29 Paul tells of how he rejoices in his sufferings which are for the sake of the church in filling up that which lacks in the afflictions of Christ. What does this mean? Are Christ’s works for our salvation lacking? Feel free to like and share our content!
Colossians 1:21-2 How are believers saved? What is the condition we are saved from? What does salvation result is? All these questions are answered as Paul addresses the believers in Colossae in this section of this letter. Feel free to like and share our content!
Colossians 1:15-17 Feel free to like and share our content!
Galatians 3:10-14. Paul lays out the truth that the law of God holds no hope for the salvation of men because the only brings wrath and the curse of God. Jesus Christ however, redeemed us from the curse of the law, by becoming a curse for us! Feel free to like and share our content!
Luke 23:13-25. The Jews, after Herod refuses to find Jesus guilty, return to Pilate demanding that he impose the death penalty in the case of Jesus. They have accused Him of misleading the people, so Pilate calls the chief priests, the rulers, and the people, hoping the people will challenge the leaders desire to have the man Jesus put to death. It doesn’t work out as Pilate had hoped. Feel free to like and share our content!