God’s people must have the leadership of a reightous king.
1. Compounding sin can never lead to God’s blessing.
2. God has established timeless worship principles which do not change to accommodate our preferences.
3. Rejecting God leads to stunning depths of brokenness, even as things continue to seem right in everyone’s eyes.
Jesus teaches on what will happen in the future. We learn that Jesus knows and is in control of the future. We also learn to not be led astray, not fear, and to see persecution as an opportunity to bear witness to God and the Gospel.
Jesus is the Source of Life. He is the giver of life, and when He declares come forth, life is granted. All events in this life are for the purpose of glorifying God.
Jesus now asks the Jewish leaders a difficult question, “Whose Son is the Messiah?”. This will give Jesus an opportunity to explain that the Messiah is much more than a descendant of David. He is God.
There are only two ways to view the world. Either the creation is self-existent, naturalistic and complete in and of itself, or, there is a creator who stands apart from and outside of the creation as it’s originator and sustainer.
Jesus brilliantly responds to the Sadducees’ question regarding the resurrection.
There is a wonderful wedding banquet coming. You have been invited by the King to the palace. Come to this feast and dine with the King and His Son. To be allowed into the banquet you must be clothed in the proper wedding garment. What is this garment? Listen to learn what it is and…
Jesus tells the Parable of the Tenants, a very allegorical parable and prophecy detailing how the spiritual leaders of Israel have disregarded the prophets and will put Jesus to death later that week.
We need to forgive, but what does it mean to forgive? How do we do this? The forgiveness we have been shown by God in Christ is our example.