Sermons on Matthew
Matthew 7:7-11 An incredible promise to God’s children to move us to prayer.
Matthew 7:1-6 Our world loves the verse “Judge not lest ye be judged.” But does it mean what they think it means?
Matthew 6:25-34 Do not be anxious! Our focus shifting off of earthly treasure and firmly aimed at heavenly treasure should not be cause for anxiety, as we have a Father who desires to show Himself by meeting our needs.
Matthew 6:19-24 Where is your treasure? Where is your eye focused? ho is your master? Is it on earth or is it in heaven?
Matthew 6:16-18 Fasting in a practice of setting one’s soul on the one thing truly needful. Yet fasting can be used for the wrong purpose, and Jesus calls out such improper practice.
Matthew 6:12-15 The center of the Lord’s prayer is shown to be focused on the center of the gospel itself. Forgiveness is the focus of this prayer. Is this a condition for salvation? Are we forgiven by our forgiveness of others who sin against us?
Matthew 6:9-13 Prayer is essential to the Christian life, and our Lord gives His people a model to help us know how we ought to pray.
Matthew 6:5-7 Beware of practicing your righteousness to be seen by others. This week we examine this teaching regarding the practice of prayer. What is our motivation to pray?
Matthew 5:40-42 Continuing in the Sermon on the Mount, Jesus teaches what our love is to look like.
Matthew 5:38-42 A refresher on Matthew 5 and a continuation is our study of the Sermon on the Mount. The law must be rightly understood and applied to the believer’s life. The law is principally about love.