Sermons on Matthew
Matthew 6:1-4 Jesus, by way of contrast, shows what the righteousness of His disciples should not look like as he points out the hypocrisy of the Pharisees.
Matthew 5:33-37 Jesus teaches that people of the kingdom of God are to be people of truth.
Matthew 5:31-32 Divorce. How are we to think about divorce in the kingdom of God?
Matthew 5:27-30 How do we rightly interpret the law, and more how do we rightly apply the law to the life lived in grace?
Matthew 5:21-26 Murder? What constitutes as breaking this law of God? Is it merely the act of caring out the deed? Jesus instructs on a proper view.
Matthew 5:20 If we are not to relax even the least of the commandments, then what about the fourth commandment? Are we guilty of this? I mean if our righteousness is to exceed the Pharisees and the scribes righteousness, didn’t they take the Sabbath really seriously? What does this mean?
Matthew 5:19 Are we free from the law, that is a question that need careful definition in its answer.
Matthew 5:18 Jesus is teaching on the authority of scripture and the fact that He is Himself the fulfillment of all that the Law and the Prophets wrote of. How seriously does Jesus take the scripture? If we follow Jesus, how seriously then should we take the scriptures?
Matthew 5:17 Jesus denies any possibility that He doesn’t take the scriptures seriously, and goes further by claiming to be the very fulfillment of those scriptures.
Matthew 5:13-16 You are the salt of the earth, you are the light of the world, let your light shine so that…