1. Darkness over the land
2. The temple curtain torn
3. Jesus’ last words
1. They led Him away
2. They seized a mann
3. They were mourning and lamenting
4. Jesus speaks to the crowd
The Spirit’s Ministry to the World
a. Concerning Sin Rom 3:23, 6:23
b. Concerning Righteousness Acts 2:22, Rom 3:21-22
c. Concerning Judgement Col 2:13-15, James 4:7, Eph 6:11
Danger for God’s people can come from outside and from inside the covenant community.
1. When we fail to honor those who are instruments of God’s grace in our lives, we demean the giver of that grace.
2. Church leadership is a calling, not a convenience. We are to choose the best as defined by God, not just the available .
3. God will, at the right time, cause evil to destroy itself before it can destroy His people.
The character of the people is reflected in the character of the leaders they choose.
Judges 3:7-11 Throughout Judges, when Israel ‘cried out’ to the Lord, it doesn’t necessarily mean they cried out form repentance. Yet God was faithful to deliver them from the oppression He had brought upon them. 1. God’s wrath expressed in consequences for sin shows His steadfast love that will not allow His people to remain…
The Final Judgement Mt 25:
1. Jesus Comes in Glory Mt 25:31
2. Jesus Separates All People Mt 25:32-33
3. Jesus Rewards His people Mt 25:34-40
4. Jesus Condemns All Other People Mt 25: 41-45
5. Jesus’ Judgements are Eternal Mt 25: 46
The Parable of the Talents
Are you investing in His kingdom, while waiting for His certain return?
1. God Invests Mt 25:14-15
2. We need to invest Mt 25:16-18
3. Judgement is coming Mt 25: 19-29
The Olivet Discourse continued. Jesus tells the parable of the 10 virgins, using an ancient Jewish wedding as the setting.
The Olivet Discourse continued. Jesus talks about the destruction of the temple, as well as the signs of his second coming and the end of the age.